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Xiaomi Miot For HomeAssistant

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MIoT-Spec: The protocol specification for Xiaomi IoT devices, is a standard designed by the Xiaomi IoT platform to describe the function definition of hardware products according to the networking mode of hardware products, the characteristics of product functions, the characteristics of user usage scenarios and the user's requirements for hardware product use experience specification.

This component uses the miot protocol to automatically integrate Xiaomi devices into HomeAssistant, and currently supports most Xiaomi IoT devices. And it supports HA Web UI, and you can easily integrate Xiaomi devices into HA without configuring yaml.

hass-xiaomi-miot-configs

Installation

Method 1: HACS

  • First installation

    HACS > Integrations > EXPLORE & DOWNLOAD REPOSITORIES > Xiaomi Miot Auto > DOWNLOAD THIS REPOSITORY

  • Update component

    HACS > Integrations > Xiaomi Miot Auto > UPDATE / Redownload

Method 2: Manually installation via Samba / SFTP

Download and copy custom_components/xiaomi_miot folder to custom_components folder in your HomeAssistant config folder

Method 3: Onkey shell via SSH / Terminal & SSH add-on

wget -q -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/al-one/hass-xiaomi-miot/master/install.sh | ARCHIVE_TAG=latest bash -

Method 4: shell_command service

  1. Copy this code to file configuration.yaml
    shell_command:
      update_xiaomi_miot: |-
        wget -q -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/al-one/hass-xiaomi-miot/master/install.sh | ARCHIVE_TAG=latest bash -
  2. Restart HA core
  3. Call this service: shell_command.update_xiaomi_miot in Developer Tools

Config

⚙️ Configuration > Devices and Services > 🧩 Integrations > Add Integration > 🔍 Search Xiaomi Miot Auto

Or click: Add Integration

Add devices using Mi Account:

Starting from the v0.4.4 version, the component has added support for selecting the connection device mode when integrated by account:

  • Automatic: The component will regularly update the devices that support miot-spec in LAN, and automatically use the local connection for the supported devices (recommended)
  • Local: All devices filtered by the integrated configuration will use local connection. If you check the devices that do not support miot in LAN, they will be unavailable
  • Cloud: All devices filtered by the integrated configuration will use cloud connection. It is recommended that miio, BLE, ZigBee devices use this mode

Add device using host/token:

Suitable for devices support miot-spec protocol in LAN

Config Xiaomi Cloud:

Config Xiaomi cloud for the devices integrated by host/token

# configuration.yaml
xiaomi_miot:
  username: xiaomi_username
  password: xiaomi_password
  # server_country: cn # Location of xiaomi cloud: cn(default), de, i2, ru, sg, tw, us
  # http_timeout: 15   # Timeout (seconds) for requesting the xiaomi apis

⚙️ Configuration > Devices and Services > 🧩 Integrations > Xiaomi Miot Auto > Options > ☑️ Enable miot cloud

Translations

Looking forward to your contribution.

# configuration.yaml
xiaomi_miot:
  language: zh # Using the built-in dictionary, currently only `zh` is supported
  # https://github.com/al-one/hass-xiaomi-miot/blob/master/custom_components/xiaomi_miot/core/translation_languages.py
  translations:
    # Global dictionary
    idle: '空闲'
    busy: '工作中'
    # Dictionary for specifying fan modes
    fan.mode:
      straight wind: '直吹模式'
      natural wind: '自然风'
    # Dictionary for specifying the drying modes of the washer
    washer.drying_level:
      moist: '微湿'
      extra: '特干'

Customize entity

# configuration.yaml
homeassistant:
  customize: !include customize.yaml

# Customize via device model
xiaomi_miot:
  # https://github.com/al-one/hass-xiaomi-miot/blob/master/custom_components/xiaomi_miot/core/device_customizes.py
  device_customizes:
    chuangmi.plug.212a01:
      miot_local: true
      chunk_properties: 7


# Customize via parent entity
# customize.yaml
domain.your_entity_id:
  miot_local: true        # Force to read and write data in LAN (integrate by account)
  miot_cloud: true        # Enable miot cloud for entity (read, write, action)
  miot_cloud_write: true  # Enable miot cloud (only write)
  miot_cloud_action: true # Enable miot cloud (only action)
  check_lan: true         # Check LAN connection in cloud mode
  miio_properties: power,battery # Get miio properties to state attributes
  miio_cloud_props: prop.power,event.dev_online

# Custom sub entities
domain.parent_entity_id:
  sensor_properties: temperature,humidity,illumination # Miot properties
  binary_sensor_properties: is_volume_muted,any_boolen_property
  switch_properties: on,power
  number_properties: volume
  select_properties: mode
  fan_properties: mode,fan_level
  cover_properties: motor_control

light.your_entity_id:
  color_temp_reverse: false # Reverse color temperature (Requires reload config entry)
  yeelight_smooth_on:  2000 # milliseconds (Only for Yeelights in local mode)
  yeelight_smooth_off: 3000 # milliseconds (Only for Yeelights in local mode)

climate.your_entity_id:
  bind_sensor: sensor.temperature_entity,sensor.humidity_entity # Sensor entities

camera.your_entity_id:
  video_attribute: 1   # https://github.com/al-one/hass-xiaomi-miot/issues/11#issuecomment-773054167
  keep_streaming: true # Continuously update stream address

cover.your_entity_id:
  closed_position: 5     # Change cover state to closed when position <= 5%
  deviated_position: 2   # Current position deviation 2% -> 0%, 98% -> 100%
  motor_reverse: true    # Reverse motor state (Requires reload config entry)
  position_reverse: true # Reverse motor position (Requires reload config entry)
  open_texts: Open,Up
  close_texts: Close,Down

media_player.mitv_entity_id:
  bind_xiaoai: media_player.xiaoai_entity_id # Bind xiaoai speaker for turn on TV

domain.your_entity_id_xxxx:
  interval_seconds: 30 # Seconds between each update state (Requires reload config entry)
  chunk_properties: 10 # Chunk miot properties on update state (LAN)
  reverse_state: true  # Reverse the On/Off state of a binary sensor

Filter entity attributes

Too many entity attributes will make your HA's database very large. If some entity attributes are useless to you, you can configure exclude_state_attributes to ignore them.

# configuration.yaml
xiaomi_miot:
  exclude_state_attributes:
    - miot_type
    - stream_address
    - motion_video_latest

YAML configuration reloading

This component has added support for configuration reloading (to avoid having to restart HomeAssistant instance after a YAML configuration change):

🔨 Developer tools > YAML Configuration > YAML configuration reloading > 🔍 Look for Xiaomi Miot Auto (almost at the bottom of the list)

Supported Devices

Unsupported devices

This component uses the polling method to obtain the device state, so it cannot listen the events of some devices in real time.

Services

xiaomi_miot.set_property

service: xiaomi_miot.set_property
data:
  entity_id: camera.isa_hlc7_xxxx
  field: camera_control.on
  value: true

xiaomi_miot.set_miot_property

service: xiaomi_miot.set_miot_property
data:
  entity_id: camera.isa_hlc7_xxxx
  siid: 2
  piid: 1
  value: true

xiaomi_miot.get_properties

service: xiaomi_miot.get_properties
data:
  entity_id: camera.isa_hlc7_1ab7
  mapping:
    - siid: 2
      piid: 1
    - siid: 3
      piid: 2
  update_entity: true # Update to entity state attributes
  throw: true # Throw result to HA notifications

With event xiaomi_miot.got_miot_properties

xiaomi_miot.call_action

service: xiaomi_miot.call_action
data:
  entity_id: vacuum.dreame_p2259_entity_id
  siid: 4 # vacuum-extend
  aiid: 1 # start-clean
  params:
    - 18 # piid: 1 - work-mode
    - '{"selects":[[7,1,0,2,1]]}' # piid: 10 - clean-extend-data
  throw: true # throw result to HA notifications

With event xiaomi_miot.call_miot_action

xiaomi_miot.send_command

service: xiaomi_miot.send_command
data:
  entity_id: switch.your_entity_id
  method: set_power
  params:
    - on
  throw: true # throw result to HA notifications

With event xiaomi_miot.send_miio_command

xiaomi_miot.get_token

service: xiaomi_miot.get_token
data:
  name: Light # Keyword of device name in Mihome / IP / Model.

xiaomi_miot.intelligent_speaker

service: xiaomi_miot.intelligent_speaker
data:
  entity_id: media_player.xiaoai_lx04_xxxx
  text: Turn on the light
  execute: true # Execute text directive.
  silent: true  # Silent execution.

xiaomi_miot.xiaoai_wakeup

service: xiaomi_miot.xiaoai_wakeup
data:
  entity_id: media_player.xiaoai_lx04_xxxx

xiaomi_miot.request_xiaomi_api

service: xiaomi_miot.request_xiaomi_api
data:
  entity_id: sensor.your_entity_id
  api: /v2/plugin/fetch_plugin
  data:
    latest_req:
      api_version: 10070
      plugins:
        - model: brand.device.model

With event xiaomi_miot.request_xiaomi_api

More services

Debug

Get Entity State Attributes

🔨 Developer tools > ℹ️ State > 🔍 Filter Entity

Get Debug Logs

# configuration.yaml
logger:
  default: warning
  logs:
    custom_components.xiaomi_miot: debug

⚙️ Configuration > ⚙️ System > ✍️ Logs

Obtain miio token

  • Use HomeAssistant Service
    1. Goto HomeAssistant service developer tool
    2. Select xiaomi_miot.get_token, Enter the keyword of device name
    3. Find the token from the HA notifications
  • Use MiHome mod by @vevsvevs
    1. Down apk from СКАЧАТЬ ВЕРСИЮ 6.x.x and install
    2. Start Mihome APP > Profile > Experimental features
    3. Check on Write custom log files and Enable app's debug mode
    4. Find the token from vevs/logs/misc/devices.txt after restart app
  • Xiaomi Cloud Tokens Extractor
    1. Download and run token_extractor.exe for Windows or install for Python
    2. Enter username, password and your server region
    3. Extracts tokens from your cloud account. Also reveals the bind_key for BT devices