Assuming the server is running and the app is fully configured.
Now you want to add some outlets to the system.
Each outlet can be identified with a 5-digit systemcode and a 5-digit unitcode, composing of 0's and 1's.
The systemcode can be every binary combination:
and so on until
11111. There are
2^5 = 32 possibilities for a systemcode.
The unitcode must contain one
1 and four
0. There are five possibilities:
These codes are equivalent to
A, B, C, D, (E) on the remote and
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 in RC Plugs.
Think of the systemcode as a group where you can define up to five outlets by setting the unitcode.
There are up to 32 different systemcodes with 5 unitcodes each,
so we have a total of
32*5 = 160
outlets that can be identified!
But how to set the codes? This is simple - just set it at the backside of the outlet!
This outlet has set
So the configuration is:
C on the remote control, number
3 in RC Plugs)
All you have to do now is to create the same systemcode and plug in RC Plugs.
You can do this by app (
or web-interface ( manage
Once this step is done, you are able to switch your outlets via RC Plugs!