Monitor Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons and record their information. Currently, only recording advertised service data is supported. You can monitor which services are advertised by using the nRF Connect app (service data UUIDs). Connecting and reading/writing service chararcteristics will be supported in a future version.
This adapter needs additional libraries to compile. See https://github.com/sandeepmistry/noble#prerequisites for detailed instructions.
On Raspberry Pi and similar, this should do it:
sudo apt-get install bluetooth bluez libbluetooth-dev libudev-dev libcap2-bin
If the adapter starts but won't connect to your bluetooth hardware, please check the
info.driverState state in ioBroker. If it is
unauthorized, you need to give
node additional permissions. For Linux, this is as simple as
sudo setcap cap_net_raw+eip $(eval readlink -f `which node`)
libcap2-bin to be installed.
If you have multiple bluetooth devices on your system, select the one to use from the dropdown. In the textbox below, enter all UUIDs of the advertised services you want to record (as found in the nRF Connect app).
The adapter supports extension via plugins. Those define which advertised services should be listened to and how to translate the data. The plugin structure is defined in https://github.com/AlCalzone/ioBroker.ble/blob/master/src/plugins/plugin.ts and an example of a working plugin is defined here https://github.com/AlCalzone/ioBroker.ble/blob/master/src/plugins/_default.ts
If you have any device transmitting specially encoded information via advertisements, feel free to create a PR with a new plugin for that.
"xiaomi": All xiaomi bluetooth sensors, including
"mi-flora": Original plugin for the flower care plant sensor, now aliased to
"ruuvi-tag": Ruuvi Tag multisensor with firmware versions v1 and v2. Untested, please give feedback!
- Scanning is now done in a separate process, so uncatchable errors in
nobleno longer bring down the main process
- The pressure value reported by Ruuvi Tags is now parsed with two decimal places
- Added a more helpful error message if the adapter terminates with error
- Ignore unhandled out of range error somewhere in
- Utilize JS-Controller's auto module rebuild if possible
- Fixed a crash that happens when
noblecan not be loaded.
- Avoid setting
undefinedas a state value to be compatible with JS-Controller 3.0
- Fixed typo in Ruuvi Tag plugin:
- Removed compact support.
noblesometimes throws errors in callbacks that cannot be handled and would bring the whole compact group down.
- Added support for the Xiaomi Kettle
- Encrypted packets are no longer decoded (for now) to avoid creating thousands of
- Fixed crash in JS-Controller 2.0
xiaomiplugin: test the received data instead of relying on MAC prefixes
e7:2e:00as an alternative mac prefix for MiTemperature
- Fix compact mode crashes
- Devices without service data but with manufacturer data are no longer treated as empty
_defaultplugin: Create states for manufacturer data
"Ruuvi Tag"as the default name for the device object
ruuvi-tagplugin: Fix parsing of data format 3 and 5
80:ea:caas an alternative mac prefix for FlowerCare
3f:5b:7das an alternative mac prefix for the Xiaomi watch
- Added support for the Xiaomi Mosquito Repellent (read-only!)
- Removed dependency to admin instance on slaves
- Several dependency updates
- Add MiTemperature watch with E-Ink display
58:2d:34as an alternative mac prefix for MiTemperature
- Support MaterializeCSS (Admin v3)
- Support compact mode
- Use @iobroker/testing for tests
- Add NodeJS 10 support
- Add an option to disallow new devices
- Bugfix: Preserving object properties works again
- Cache objects for a short while instead of retrieving them from ioBroker all the time
- Support negative temperatures from Xiaomi devices
- Restored accidentally deleted
- (JonasR & AlCalzone) Added support for the Ruuvi Tag with the
- Fixed the parsing of temperature+humidity packets from the Xiaomi temperature sensor
- Forgot to load legacy
- Fixed an error when a plugin defines no objects
- (zuvielx9 & AlCalzone) Support for all Xiaomi bluetooth sensors using the
- reworked plugin system slightly
- Bugfix: Next attempt at preserving object properties like history and name
- Bugfix: Keep
historysettings by not overriding existing objects
- Bugfix: When plugins return
undefined, ignore the packet
- Enable logging of RSSI
- Add * wildcard for "all services"
- Bugfix: don't throw error when RSSI state doens't exist
- Support throttling of RSSI updates
- Bugfix: Only monitor services from enabled plugins
- Bugfix: last patch broke the service filtering
- Modularized the adapter code into a plugin system
- Added Mi-Flora plugin
- Support selection of bluetooth devices
- Store more information, improved object structure.
- initial release
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