Created At

Mar 28, 2021

Last Update

Jan 24, 2023

Platforms

HC 3 Lite, HC 3

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2398

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Type Quick App

Overview

Two-directional integration between Fibaro Home Center 3 and Home Assistant/Node Red.

HowTo and feature requests could be tracked at https://github.com/alexander-vitishchenko/hc3-to-mqtt

For those who used QuickApp prior to 1.0.191 version:

Your Home Assistant dashboards and automations need to be reconfigured with new enity ids, after installing the latest version. This is a one-time effort that introduces a relatively small inconvenience for the greater good (a) introduce long-term stability so Home Assistant entity duplicates will not happen any more, in certain scenarious (b) entity identity namespace is now syncronized between Fibaro and Home Assistant ecosystems.

Supported Fibaro devices:

  • Z-Wave hardware (with no Zigbee or Nice support at the moment)
  • Sensors - Fibaro Motion Sensor, Fibaro Universal Sensor, Fibaro Flood Sensor, Fibaro Smoke/Fire Sensor, most of the generic sensors to measure temperature, humidity, brightness and so on
  • Energy and power meters
  • Charge level sensors for battery-powered devices
  • Lights - binary, dimmers and RGBW (no RGB for now)
  • Switches
  • Remote Controllers, where each key is binded to automation triggers visible in Home Assistant GUI
  • Thermostats (limited support for a few known vendors)

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8fd03f015620b562e597f189da449da6

Fixed

8fd03f015620b562e597f189da449da6

Hi Marcin, Sure - looking into it now, and assuming that you used the latest version from GitHub

B6a25901061dd674ea88c3ad7dc2e5a3

Hi, when i try to load your QuickApp, i have Error 500. Can you help?

8fd03f015620b562e597f189da449da6

The latest version - https://github.com/alexander-vitishchenko/hc3-to-mqtt Please let me know if there is anything I can help you with!

8fd03f015620b562e597f189da449da6

Hi Fibaro Team! Would you be so kind to update me on the review status? I've implemented the newer version of the QuickApp to support Energy/Power API and other goodies. Thank you, Alexander