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Support for sensors?

Guest RickardD


Guest RickardD

Hi all


Google have now released support for sensors i Google Home.

Google Assistant: Smart Home Sensor Guide, 

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Device TYPE

action.devices.types.SENSOR A single sensor can serve multiple functions, such as monitoring both temperature and humidity. Sensors may report either or both quantitative—for example, carbon monoxide and smoke level measured at parts per million—and qualitative measurements (such as whether air quality is healthy or unhealthy).



In Fibaro Google Assistant – FIBARO Integrations, 

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 under FAQ:


For your safety, Google Home service does not allow to control devices connected with security. Devices of types listed below and scenes that control such devices will not be discovered:
– Roller shutter controllers
– Doorlocks (e.g. Kwikset, Shlage)
– Intercoms (e.g. Mobotix, Helios)
– Alarms (e.g. Satel, DSC)
– Security sensors and barriers (e.g. motion sensors, door sensors)
– Virtual Devices
– Thermostats


Please develop support for sensors in FIBARO Smart Home integrations with Google Home, for example for Motion sensors termometer.




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