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Supported Hardware

Edrik edited this page Sep 5, 2022 · 123 revisions
  1. With WebThings, Mozilla aims to create interoperability and user choice on the Internet of Things. Mozilla does not endorse any particular smart home product or brand, but here are the devices and protocols which have been tested so far with the WebThings Gateway.

Note: This list is far from complete. There are many more devices which are compatible which have not been added to this list by developers or users.

Gateway

Raspbian

Debian

  • Experimental Linaro support for some 96boards hardware
    • DragonBoard 410c
    • HiKey960
    • Rock960
    • Ultra96

USB Dongles

Zigbee

Z-Wave

Note: Additional adapters can be supported via add-ons, which are being added all the time.

Devices

Zigbee

The following Xiaomi devices have been seen working, but most of the battery powered Xiaomi devices do not follow the Zigbee spec, and may or may not work reliably. Some devices will work for a while after paired, but then stop working. This may depend on the other "router" devices found on the Zigbee network. Apparently, Xiaomi is addressing this and some newer devices are Zigbee 3.0 compliant. See: https://community.smartthings.com/t/original-aqara-xiaomi-zigbee-sensors-contact-temp-motion-button-outlet-leak-etc/113253/1103

  • Xiaomi Aqara WSDCGQ11LM temperature/pressure/humidity (square) (lumi.weather)
  • Xiaomi MCCGQ01LM door and window sensor (lumi.sensor_magnet)
  • Xiaomi WXKG01LM Smart Wireless Switch (lumi.sensor_switch)
  • Xiaomi RTCGQ01LM IR Motion Sensor (lumi.sensor_motion)
  • Xiaomi RTCGQ11LM IR Motion Sensor (lumi.sensor_motion.aq2)
  • Xiaomi RTCGQ01LM (round) (lumi.sensor_ht)

Z-Wave

Wi-Fi

Bluetooth

HomeKit

Most Wi-Fi and BLE devices should work. Below is a list of tested devices.

Note: Devices typically need to be unpaired from iOS (or their Android app) before using them with the gateway.

Tasmota

Native web things

(support the Web of Things directly)

Other