First step (part two)

A project log for Car alarm secure remote with nRF24LE1

My car's alarm remote went dead. Now is the opportunity to implement a safer and more reliable remote for it using nRF24LE1.

Rui RexRui Rex 05/26/2015 at 08:210 Comments

Now connect the two modules to the Raspberry Pi.

I'll make a diagram of the connections but meanwhile I'll leave the list of connected pins (this module uses the 32 pin version):

nRF24 - Raspberry GPIO

FCSN (P1.1) - 8

FMISO (P1.0) - 9

FMOSI (P0.7) - 10

FSCK (P0.5) - 11

PROG - 24

RESET - 25

Finally, the GND and 3.3v and that's it.

Also, on the Raspberry, download the necessary libraries, SDK and some examples:

This page has the necessary information although some bits are not quite well explained but you can get the big picture:


Also has a code example "led_delay" that will blink a led on pin P0.0. This helps to test the programmer and then compilation platform.