is there a plugin for broadlink RM PRO2 ?

hi guys
I have a vera edge controller and a broadlink RM PRO2 . broadlink is a good device for RF controller. so a plugin for broadlink can very very useful .
is there a plugin for broadlink RM PRO2 ?

so there is not any plugin for broadlink… :-\ :-\ :-\ :-\ ???

[quote=“feredy2011, post:1, topic:192469”]hi guys
I have a vera edge controller and a broadlink RM PRO2 . broadlink is a good device for RF controller. so a plugin for broadlink can very very useful .
is there a plugin for broadlink RM PRO2 ?[/quote]

A little late but I was curious about this also and just found this…

http://milillicuti.com/an-api-to-connect-your-broadlink-rm-pro-irrf-wifi-bridge-to-your-home-automation-system/

No idea if it will work with Vera or not but it will with Smartthings. Would be nice to get it to work as I have found out that it will control Rollertrol tubular shade motors RF frequency so it would be a nice inexpensive way to integrate Vera with Rollertrol DIY Motorized shades…

The Local Vera Concierge Server is under development and will provide integration with Vera.
I do not have any RF devices to test with.
Actually I do, but the Broadlink APP will not learn from it … Neither does mine.
I am looking for a tester that has a Broadlink Pro, an RF device that can be learned by their APP and has … or is willing to install the Local Concierge Server.
Shortly I will provide the Plugin to control these from your Scenes - PLEG - or Google Home devices or Assistant.

check this thread:

http://forum.micasaverde.com/index.php/topic,51779.0.html

Yes … I have participated on that thread.

[quote=“RichardTSchaefer, post:4, topic:192469”]I am looking for a tester that has a Broadlink Pro, an RF device that can be learned by their APP and has … or is willing to install the Local Concierge Server.
Shortly I will provide the Plugin to control these from your Scenes - PLEG - or Google Home devices or Assistant.[/quote]

I got a broadlink Pro (branded as “keemple”, but it is the same unit from what I see), but for now don’t have any RF device. But they are relatively cheap, so I can buy one for tests.
The question is what kind of such device is safe to buy in terms that will work with broadlink unit?

I’m running a Veraplus and can see the Broadlink app in the “install apps” section, but!! it will not install. It claims it has, but does not show up in the installed apps nor as a device.