To monitor the triggering of Home Assistant automations a card can be added to a dashboard showing an overview of triggered automations in the past 24 hours. On a similar way a Lovelace UI dashboard card can be created to show disabled Home Assistant automations.
Te latest articles placed on this site are shown below.
Integrating the Shelly Flood sensor with Home Assistant is easy, but unfortunately only the temperature and battery sensors work as expected. The flood sensor itself does not work out of the box as it remains in the status “Dry”. This can be overcome by using the MQTT protocol as explained in this article.
Steps how to fix the Home Assistant Z-Wave connection issue with error “Failed to connect: Cannot connect to host” for an USB attached Z-Wave controller.
Raspberry Pi boards are hard to get currently in 2022 and a lot of stores state that new supply will arrive in 2023, unless you are willing to pay an excessive price (2 to 4 times the price a year ago).
We managed to get 2 Raspberry PI 4’s with 8Gb RAM within a few days within The Netherlands. In this article the cause for the supply shortage is explained and how we managed to get two Raspberry Pi 4 (8Gb) units.
Today we updated the site structure to add a Raspberry Pi 4 section, which in near future will contain articles w.r.t. the Raspberry Pi 4.
Today we updated the site structure to add a Home Assistant section, which in near future will contain articles w.r.t. Home Assistant.
Prevent accidentally initiating an upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 by blocking it with some easy to add Windows registry settings. This tweak works for all Windows 10 versions and will only allow Windows updates till the provided Windows 10 version.
Adding a execution delay to a Homey Flow action card seems to be impossible, as there is no action card available with this functionality. It is easy to implement if you know where to look for this functionality as it is a little bit hidden.
Devices within the domotica software Homeseer can be controlled by Homey Pro, for example via Homey Flows. Remote control of Homeseer devices is done by making use of the JSON standard, a standardised text based data interchange format that uses human readable text to store and transmit data. Controlling Homeseer devices with Homey is not complicated.
The Athom Homey Pro is a home automation controller manufactured by Athom B.V. based in The Netherlands to setup a smart home. It is the base station for your smart home to control devices and collect data from them (for example temperature or energy consumption). It is available as a standard model, Homey, and as Homey Pro. Homey manages 7 communication protocols such as for example Z-wave, Zigbee, infrared and wireless.
This makes it possible to connect some 50000 devices from approximately 1000 brands. It can be accessed via iOS and Android mobile apps or via your internet browser to control devices directly, define rule based scenarios to steer devices and insight in your energy consumption and sensor data.