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  1. If this QuickApp helps you, you can give me a cup of coffee Paypal : https://paypal.me/rangee927 BuyMeA Coffee : https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rangee Download QuickApp at MarketPlace : https://marketplace.fibaro.com/items/quickapp-zigbee2mqtt Download QuickApp here: QuickApp for Zigbee2MQTT. It is based on MQTT protocol. If you don't know about Zigbee2MQTT then refer here -> zigbee2mqtt.io QuickApp Information Current Version : 0.81 Last Updated : 2021-08-28 Author : rangee Supported devices : v0.80 -> 182 brand, 1172 devices v0.81 -> 221 brand, 1544 devices (You can see list at "support.lua" in device editor or LINK) Q&A, Request : Install Manual Install the QuickApp(howto: https://manuals.fibaro.com/home-center-3/#post-14125) Define Variables. Go to > devices Open installed QuickApp Choose Variables tab Edit the variables. MQTT_IP (ex: MQTT_ID (ex: mqtt_admin) MQTT_PW (ex: mqtt_password) Save Install Zigbee devices. Open side panel of QuickApp or Choose Edit&Preview tab Just click the button to install child devices. Done. Option Variables Set icon of child devices. Go to > devices Open installed QuickApp Choose Variables tab Edit the "icon" variables. Type child device id and icon number pairs. child_id:icon_no,child_id:icon_no,... (ex: 100:1001,101:1002,102:1010) It is splited by comma , and paired by colon : Hide child devices. Go to > devices Open installed QuickApp Choose Variables tab Edit the "hide" variables. Type child device id. child_id,child_id,... (ex: 100,101,102) It is splited by comma , Show child devices. Go to > devices Open installed QuickApp Choose Variables tab Edit the "show" variables. Type child device id. child_id,child_id,... (ex: 100,101,102) It is splited by comma , Change Room of child devices. Go to > devices Open installed QuickApp Choose Varaibels tab Edit the "room" variables. Type child device id and room name pairs. child_id:room_name,child_id:room_name,... (ex: 100:Default,101:LivingRoom,102:Kitchen) It is splited by comma , and paired by colon : Set Remote Controller If you have switch or button zigbee devices(payload with action or click), you need to define REMOTE table at main.lua Go to > devices Open installed QuickApp Choose Edit&Preview Click Edit Find "main" and click Find below then edit and save ** Read manaul carefully ** ** You can use Scene instead of REMOTE table. ** Here's sample for button REMOTE = { --==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--== START ["btn_p"] = { ["single"] = {id=DT.wallpad_elevator, action="toggle"}, ["double"] = {id=DT.light_l_3, action="toggle"}, ["triple"] = {id=DT.light_k_2, action="toggle"}, ["quadruple"] = {}, }, --==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--== END } Change Log: 0.73 > First release 0.80 > Fix bug of cover entity. 0.81 > Fix bug and update supported devices.
  2. Hello everyone, I just got in my new flat and decided to set-up my domotic apparatus starting from a Yubii Home hub. No issues with dimmers, door/window and smoke sensors. The problem is that my flat was pre-equipped with Somfy RTS shutters and a Danfoss Ally radiator hub (Zigbee protocol), which unfortuantely are not comatible with the Z-Wave protocol. I have been looking around to understand what could be the easiest course of action to controll all devices from my Yubii Home box. From my understanding, either a Jeedom or an Eedomus hub, along with a RFXCom module, should do the trick for both the shutters (hence the RFXCom module) and the radiator hub. As I'm not an expert however, I was hoping that someone here could either confirm the above makes sense or propose an alternative course of action. Thank you in advance for your help!
  3. Hi, is this announcement correct The Zigbee, Bluetooth LE, 433MHz, and 868MHz protocols are not fully implemented in software at this time, so it is not possible to add devices that work with these protocols. The table chips of each communication protocol are physically located in the device. Will be the HC3 officialy support those protocols in near future?
  4. Amazon, Apple, Google, Zigbee Alliance and board members (such as IKEA, Legrand, NXP Semiconductors, Resideo, Samsung SmartThings, Schneider Electric, Signify (formerly Philips Lighting), Silicon Labs, Somfy, and Wulian) form working group to develop open standard for smart home devices. The industry working group will take an open-source approach for the development and implementation of a new, unified connectivity protocol. The project intends to use contributions from market-tested smart home technologies from Amazon, Apple, Google, Zigbee Alliance, and others. The decision to leverage these technologies is expected to accelerate the development of the protocol, and deliver benefits to manufacturers and consumers faster. References: Apple Press Release ZigBee Alliance Press Release Connected Home IP
  5. Hi I know the hc2 doesn't natively support zigbee but I was wondering if anybody (through an additional device ) manage to connect a zigbee device with the hc2 There is a great selection of zigbee devices including wall controllers on the market and would be great to be able to leverage them.... Thanks
  6. I have found an interesting info on connecting Z-Wave + ZigBee + HomeKit Bridge : https://9to5mac.com/2017/01/06/focalcrest-announces-mixtile-hub-to-bridge-existing-zigbee-and-z-wave-smart-home-products-into-homekit-siri-control/ https://www.macrumors.com/2017/01/06/ces-2017-mixtile-homekit-hub/
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