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homebridge-mi-aqara

Mi Aqara plugin for HomeBridge

This repository contains the Aqara plugin for homebridge.

Aqara is a ZigBee gateway with a few sensors. Please see the pictures below.

Pre-Requirements

  1. Make sure you have V2 of the gateway. V1 has limited space so can't support this feature.
  2. Update gateway firmware to 1.4.1_141.0141 or later. You can contact @babymoney666 if your firmware is not up to date.

Installation

  1. Install HomeBridge, please follow it's README. If you are using Raspberry Pi, please read Running-HomeBridge-on-a-Raspberry-Pi.
  2. Make sure you can see HomeBridge in your iOS devices, if not, please go back to step 1.
  3. Download homebridge-mi-aqara to your local folder.

Configuration

  1. Open Aqara gateway's settings, enable local network protocol. Please follow the steps in this thread: http://bbs.xiaomi.cn/t-13198850. It's in Chinese so you might need a translator to read it.

  2. To control the devices, put gateway's MAC address (lower case without colon) and password to ~/homebridge/config.json.

     {
         "platforms": [
         {
             "platform": "MiAqara",
             "hub_mac_address": ["6409802da3b3"],
             "hub_password": ["02i44k56zrgg578b"]
         }]
     }
    

If you have more than one gateways, fill them in right order, like below.

    {
        "platforms": [
        {
            "platform": "MiAqara",
            "hub_mac_address": ["6409802da3b3", "f0b4299a5b2b", "f0b4299a77dd"],
            "hub_password": ["02i44k56zrgg578b", "g250s2vtne8q9qhv", "syu3oasva3uqd5qd"]
        }]
    }

If gateway's password is not set or not set right, you will see the following error in homebridge's output.

    > No password for gateway f0b429cbe4d3, please edit ~/.homebridge/config.json

Run it

  1. From source code

     $ cd /path/to/homebridge-mi-aqara
     $ DEBUG=* homebridge -D -P .
    
  2. As homebridge plugin

     $ npm install -g homebridge-mi-aqara
     $ homebridge