LIFX light bulbs are automatically discovered and published as HomeKit accessories on your local network. After pairing the light bulbs with HomeKit using any iOS HomeKit app (e.g. Home), you can
- use Siri to control your lights using voice command – Hey Siri turn on the bedroom lights
- use HomeKit triggers to automate your lights – turn on the lights every day at 7:00 AM
- remotely access your lights using HomeKit Remote Access (HomeKit uses strong end-to-end encryption)
cd $GOPATH/src # Clone project git clone https://github.com/brutella/hklifx && cd hklifx # Fetch hklifxd go dependencies go get
go run hklifxd.go -pin 00102003 -v
Pairing: The official LIFX app for iOS or Android is required to initially setup the light bulbs. After that you can use the
hklifxddaemon to control your lights via HomeKit by using Home or any other HomeKit-compatible app.
Command Line Arguments
-pin [8-digits]must be entered on iOS to pair with the light bulb(s)
-transition-duration [seconds]sets the transition speed
-vfor verbose log output
hklifx is available under a non-commercial license. See the LICENSE file for more info.