I wanted to see what your suggestions are and how anyone would like a 433mhz receiver. I have built one for my own personal use but i wanted to open source the code and manufacture the boards with a case for consumers. The idea is to have pre-existing sensors added or be able to add affordable sensors that usually sell for under $5/each
My dev board is a little big right now but i can get it to under 1" in width and 2" height.
I also added a siren to my setup, but was considering the need/want for one on a consumer board.
How i want it to fully operate:
-You plugin the device
-Open a a wifi compatible device and scan for a new network created, connect to it and it redirects you to a browser to configure the wifi settings.
-Click on find new devices. It gets discovered by smartthings hub. You add the device.
-You press a button on the device to add subdevices (sensors). This places the device into a discovery mode.
-You set off the sensor to get it added, It saves it in memory and shows up to smart things.
-To delete, you simply delete from smartthings app and it removes it from the device memory.
-You wont be able to delete the siren since its is physically attached
Take a look at my project here on my blog where you can see a fully operational video. https://blog.silocitylabs.com/post/2018/02/05/433mhz-more-things-for-smart-things/
Let me know what you think about the idea, also if you like it or not. I may do a small kickstarter to get this going.