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Gather Homekit models #27292

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balloob opened this issue Oct 7, 2019 · 15 comments

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commented Oct 7, 2019

We use Homekit discovery to help the discovery of our integrations. When discovered via Homekit, we can launch the config flow of the real integration. For example, we find Ecobee via Homekit, we can then suggest the Ecobee integration to be set up.

To get this working, we need to gather Homekit model names. To do this, we need your help!

If you own Homekit devices, please check your zeroconf/bonjour/dns-sd listings for _hap._tcp.local. and find the md properties. Please post them below in following template:

Manufacturer:
Model: 
Home Assistant Integration:
Homekit model: 

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commented Oct 7, 2019

Manufacturer: Honeywell
Model: Honeywell Lyric T6R
Home Assistant Integration: lyric
Homekit model: YT4910WF4011
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commented Oct 7, 2019

Manufacturer: Yeelight
Model: Yeelight LED Bulb (Color) YLDP06YL
Home Assistant Integration: yeelight
Homekit model: YLDP06YL
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commented Oct 7, 2019

Manufacturer: Nanoleaf
Model: Aurora
Home Assistant Integration: nanoleaf
Homekit model: NL22
Manufacturer: Netatmo
Model: Presence
Home Assistant Integration: netatmo
Homekit model: Presence
Manufacturer: Tado
Model: Internet Bridge
Home Assistant Integration: tado
HomeKit model: tado Internet Bridge
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commented Oct 7, 2019

Manufacturer: Lutron
Model: Caseta L-BDGPRO2-WH - SmartBridge Pro
Home Assistant Integration: lutron_caseta
HomeKit model: Smart Bridge Pro 2
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commented Oct 8, 2019

Manufacturer: Philips
Model: Hue bridge v2 (2B9EED)
Home Assistant Integration: hue
Homekit model: BSB002
Manufacturer: Ikea
Model: TRADFRI gateway
Home Assistant Integration: tradfri
Homekit model: TRADFRI gateway
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commented Oct 8, 2019

Manufacturer: Belkin
Model: Wemo Mini
Home Assistant Integration: wemo
Homekit model: Wemo Mini
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commented Oct 8, 2019

Manufacturer: Nanoleaf
Model: Nanoleaf Aurora
Home Assistant Integration: nanoleaf
Homekit model: NL22

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commented Oct 9, 2019

Manufacturer: Chamberlain Group
Model: MYQ-G0303-SP MyQ Home Bridge
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit Accessory
Homekit model: MYQ-G0303

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commented Oct 9, 2019

Manufacturer: Insignia
Model: Insignia Wi-Fi Smart Plug
Home Assistant Integration: ?
Homekit model: NS-SP1XM8

Note: FYI, this device used to crash the MacOS app Discovery, until the app author did an update. As I understand it from the author, it is possible to configure this devices with what he described as not a legal 'service type'. Below is his comment, note the Discovery app work fine now. I am not sure if this is the problem, but the configuration of the device allowed me to put a space in it's name: 'Coffee Maker'. Might be something to be on look out for.

"Wait, you have a service type called “Coffee Maker.local”? Wow, that’s, uh, not a legal service type. You must have some device on your network that is responding poorly to the _services._dns-sd._udp. meta-query. I guess I’ll have to add a filter to drop any “service type” that looks broken like this. Thanks for the info!"

Manufacturer: iHome
Model: iSP6X
Home Assistant Integration: ?
Homekit model: iSP6X

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commented Oct 10, 2019

Manufacturer: Koogeek
Model: Koogeek LS1
Home Assistant Integration: ?
Homekit model: LS1

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commented Oct 10, 2019

Manufacturer: LIFX
Model: Lifx BR30
Home Assistant Integration: lifx
Homekit model: LIFX BR30
Manufacturer: Ecobee Inc.
Model: Ecobee 3
Home Assistant Integration: ecobee
Homekit model: ecobee3
Manufacturer: Arlo
Model: Base Station for Arlo, Arlo Pro, Arlo Pro 2 (VMB4000)
Home Assistant Integration: arlo
Homekit model: VMB4000
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commented Oct 10, 2019

Manufacturer: iDevices
Model: Switch
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit controller
Homekit model: IDEV0001
Manufacturer: iDevices
Model: Socket
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit controller
Homekit model: IDEV0002
Manufacturer: iDevices
Model: Outdoor Switch
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit controller
Homekit model: IDEV0004
Manufacturer: iDevices
Model: Thermostat
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit controller
Homekit model: IDEV0005
Manufacturer: iDevices
Model: In-wall Switch
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit controller
Homekit model: IDEV0008
Manufacturer: iDevices
Model: In-wall Dimmer
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit controller
Homekit model: IDEV0009
Manufacturer: iDevices
Model: In-wall Outlet
Home Assistant Integration: HomeKit controller
Homekit model: IDEV0010
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commented Oct 10, 2019

By the way, the NS-SP1XM8 model listed in a previous comment is not an iDevices product. It's an Insignia Wi-Fi Smart Plug. The Insignia website also shows:

INSIGNIA CONNECT TO BE DISCONTINUED Please note: On November 6, 2019, the Insignia Connect app will be discontinued and no longer available on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. After this date, the Insignia Wi-Fi Smart Plug will no longer be functional through the app or through Google Home or Amazon Alexa voice services.

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commented Oct 10, 2019

By the way, the NS-SP1XM8 model listed in a previous comment is not an iDevices product. It's an Insignia Wi-Fi Smart Plug. The Insignia website also shows:

INSIGNIA CONNECT TO BE DISCONTINUED Please note: On November 6, 2019, the Insignia Connect app will be discontinued and no longer available on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. After this date, the Insignia Wi-Fi Smart Plug will no longer be functional through the app or through Google Home or Amazon Alexa voice services.

Corrected, thanks. And yes Best Buy is EOF these devices.

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commented Oct 11, 2019

Manufacturer: RainMachine
Model: Pro-16
Home Assistant Integration: rainmachine
Homekit model: SPK5 Pro

Manufacturer: Belkin
Model: Wemo Dimmer
Home Assistant Integration: wemo
Homekit model: Wemo Dimmmer
Manufacturer: Sensi
Model: Sensi Smart Thermostat
Home Assistant Integration: 
Homekit model: ST55
Manufacturer: Sensi
Model: Sensi Touch Smart Thermostat 
Home Assistant Integration: 
Homekit model: ST75
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