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Hardware components:
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Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless
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Raspberry Pi Camera module
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RF receiver
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Wireless doorbell (RF)
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Home Assistant
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Overview of the system
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Code

script_on_piPython
This is the main pi script
# combine the MQTT and RF receive codes 
import paho.mqtt.client as mqtt 
import paho.mqtt.publish as publish 
import picamera 
import argparse 
import signal 
import sys 
import time 
import logging 
from rpi_rf import RFDevice 
rfdevice = None 
### camera 
camera = picamera.PiCamera() 
camera.vflip=True 
#
def post_image(): 
   print('Taking photo') 
   camera.capture('image.jpg') 
   file_name = 'image_' + str(datetime.now()) + '.jpg' 
   camera.capture(file_name)  # time-stamped image 
   with open('image.jpg', "rb") as imageFile: 
       myFile = imageFile.read() 
       data = bytearray(myFile) 
   client.publish('dev/camera', data, mqttQos, mqttRetained)  # 
   client.publish('dev/test', 'Capture!')  # to trigger an automation later
   print('image published') 
#
### MQTT 
broker = '192.168.0.100' 
topic ='dev/test' 
mqttQos = 0 
mqttRetained = False 
#
def on_connect(client, userdata, flags, rc): 
   print("Connected with result code "+str(rc)) 
   client.subscribe(topic) 
# The callback for when a PUBLISH message is received from the server.
# 
def on_message(client, userdata, msg): 
   payload = str(msg.payload.decode('ascii'))  # decode the binary string 
   print(msg.topic + " " + payload) 
   process_trigger(payload) 
#
def process_trigger(payload): 
   if payload == 'ON': 
       print('ON triggered') 
       post_image() 
#
client = mqtt.Client() 
client.on_connect = on_connect    # call these on connect and on message 
client.on_message = on_message 
client.username_pw_set(username='user',password='pass')  # need this 
client.connect(broker) 
client.loop_start()    #  run in background and free up main thread 
### RF 
#
def exithandler(signal, frame): 
   rfdevice.cleanup() 
   sys.exit(0) 
logging.basicConfig(level=logging.INFO, datefmt='%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S', 
                   format='%(asctime)-15s - [%(levelname)s] %(module)s: %(message)s', ) 
parser = argparse.ArgumentParser(description='Receives a decimal code via a 433/315MHz GPIO device') 
parser.add_argument('-g', dest='gpio', type=int, default=27, 
                   help="GPIO pin (Default: 27)") 
args = parser.parse_args() 
signal.signal(signal.SIGINT, exithandler) 
rfdevice = RFDevice(args.gpio) 
rfdevice.enable_rx() 
timestamp = None 
logging.info("Listening for codes on GPIO " + str(args.gpio)) 
code_of_interest = '9181186' 
#
while True: 
   if rfdevice.rx_code_timestamp != timestamp: 
       timestamp = rfdevice.rx_code_timestamp 
       print(str(rfdevice.rx_code)) 
       if str(rfdevice.rx_code) == code_of_interest: 
           post_image() 
           time.sleep(1)  # prevent registering multiple times
   time.sleep(0.01) 
rfdevice.cleanup() 

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