So, I'm going to be a new user of Raspberry Pi (ordered a Pi 3 couple hours ago.) Never touched a Raspberry Pi before.
Excuse my noobishness...
Now I've looked around the net and skimmed through posts and posts and posts of stuff relating to doorbell sensor and Raspberry Pi. Basically involving opening up doorbell, connecting wires, setting it up with scripts and such.
What I want to do is just basic. Receive a text or notification (preferably notification) when my doorbell has been pushed. The doorbell I have is running at 433.92 mhz frequency and I know I would need a 433.92 mhz RF module, connect that with Raspberry Pi, run some scripts etc.
What would I need and do exactly....to just receive the signal once doorbell has been pushed and send me a text/notification. Would there be a way not involving wiring with the doorbell. And if it does require wiring with doorbell, can I do the wiring to the doorbell receiver (chime) instead of the doorbell itself?
This is the kind of doorbell I have:
(Not same brand but pretty much the same thing. Looks and all. Running at 433.92mhz etc)
https://www.amazon.com/Wireless-Receive ... s=doorbell