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zigpy is Zigbee protocol stack integration project to implement the Zigbee Home Automation standard as a Python 3 library.

Zigbee Home Automation integration with zigpy allows you to connect one of many off-the-shelf Zigbee adapters using one of the available Zigbee radio library modules compatible with zigpy to control Zigbee based devices. There is currently support for controlling Zigbee device types such as binary sensors (e.g., motion and door sensors), sensors (e.g., temperature sensors), lightbulbs, switches, and fans. A working implementation of zigbe exist in Home Assistant (Python based open source home automation software) as part of its ZHA component

zigpy works with separate radio libraries which can each interface with multiple USB and GPIO radio adapters/modules over different native UART serial protocols. Such radio libraries includes bellows (which communicates with EZSP/EmberZNet based radios) and zigpy-xbee (which communicates with XBee based Zigbee radios). There are also experimental radio libraries called zigpy-deconz and pyconz available for deCONZ serial protocol (for communicating with ConBee and RaspBee USB and GPIO radios from Dresden-Elektronik).

Known working Zigbee radio modules:

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