Component to implement Eufy RoboVac support in Home Assistant. Tested with the Eufy RoboVac 11c. Implemented using the standard Vaacum platform for Home Assistant.
Add the following to your
vacuum: - platform: eufyrobovac ip_address: 192.168.0.123 username: your_eufy_username password: your_eufy_password
You may optionally provide a name for your RoboVac:
vacuum: - platform: eufyrobovac name: NotARobot ip_address: 192.168.0.123 username: your_eufy_username password: your_eufy_password
Why do you need my Eufy credentials?
Each Eufy RoboVac has its own 'local code' - this is essentially a password that the app uses to authenticate with the RoboVac. This code can be retrieved from the Eufy API by logging in with your username and password, and finding the device using its IP address. By providing the component with your username and password, this can be done automatically.