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  • MiHome / Energenie API integration

    Guys

    Has anyone seen anything about integrating the MiHome API (link below) with Homeseer?

    https://mihome4u.co.uk/docs/api-documentation

    Energenie (MiHome) have some nice devices that RFXCOM currently does not support, so wondering if interfacing the gateway to HS would be viable.

    Thanks in advance.


    David
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  • #2
    Not seen a single mention on here...the API is fairly simple from looking at it although not clear I think you are reliant on their web service to make the calls to rather than making the calls to the hub itself. Not sure of the longevity of their services though and how likely they are to be in existence in five years time...perhaps I'm doing them a disservice or being paranoid I don't know.

    The hardware looks familiar too...bit like they've got addicted to rebadging units? Some of the items look a bit like old HomeEasy stuff, the RF remote looks like the standard supermarket/maplin/lidl type RF remote sockets??
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    • #3
      I'm using the pi interface and using mqtt to get it working in homeseer.
      Sockets are what I've been hoping someone would launch with zwave.

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      • #4
        Screwfix sell the sockets now

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          • #6
            Originally posted by gd1210 View Post
            I'm using the pi interface and using mqtt to get it working in homeseer.
            Sockets are what I've been hoping someone would launch with zwave.
            Hi

            I did see quite a few pi references when I searched around, but the code available seemed to be very much early days and only supported a few sockets... and basic thermostat control.

            I would be more than happy if there was an easy way with pi and the wee board on it to shove everything into MQTT.

            Have you developed your own code or forked off one of the git projects?

            I am in Penicuik - so not far from you!


            David
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            • #7
              I've written my own, I'm away until next week but will be more than happy to share what I've done.
              I basically started off with node red then cobbled my own together. To fair isn't finished but does work.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by gd1210 View Post
                I've written my own, I'm away until next week but will be more than happy to share what I've done.
                I basically started off with node red then cobbled my own together. To fair isn't finished but does work.
                Good stuff!

                Sounds like a queue for a beer....
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                • #9
                  Beer sounds good

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