There is a built-in driver for the DSC11 (Aeon SmartStrip). You’ll have to create your own virtual switches to control the outlets individually and then turn them on/off by custom commands in Rule Machine (where the individual switches will be exposed). The power reporting on the device page doesn’t seem to be working; I’ve opened a request with support on this. If you want to sync the other way around (by having your outlet virtual switches track changes made from the web device page outlet on/off switches) you can do this if you use WebCore on Hubitat (unless there is a way to do it with RM which I haven’t figured out).
I’m using the Other Hub ST Integration to expose devices to Google Home via ST. It has worked out well for me.
Thanks! How does that work exactly?
Basically, I moved my devices from ST to HE. Then, I installed OH (Other Hub) Smartapp on ST (with device DTH’s that facilitate capabilities) and an event pusher app on HE. This allows ST to get event notifications from HE devices, as well as giving ST basic control over the devices.
OH creates virtual devices in ST, which Google Home can discover and control. It also provides control via the ST mobile app, which makes the wife happy.
Alternately, if you have devices that google can control directly (such as Caseta) then you can just let google connect direct, and hubitat will receive pushed updates on state changes. For devices that google cannot support directly the above mentioned method is useful.
I appreciate there are work arounds, but would like to know the status of official support (planned, in progress, don’t hold your breath, etc).
@rontalley10 I’m using the Aeon Powerstrip and it works good. There is a driver for the Aeon but I’m unsure about the Zooz. I was going to try and import the one from smartthings for the zooz. I let you know if it works.
We can add Fibaro Dimmer 2 to this list… fully tested and working nicely!!
Add this puppy to the Wiki por favor
We can all edit the Wiki
Only sold with EU/UK frequencies as far as I know. Can’t be identified automaticly, but works fine with “Generic Z-Wave Switch”. Pairing info below (is there a “correct place” to post those things? I guess I will stumble into a few more when pairing EU only devices.).
perfect, I’ve added this to generic zwave switch, thanks!
Zigbee/IKEA/Trådfri Zigbee bulb, E14 with adjustable color
On the same note, this is the IKEA Trådfri Zigbee bulb, E14 with adjustable color temperature. Works just fine with the generic “ZigBee White Color Temperature Bulb” driver (that is about to be replaced with a improved one?).
manufacturer:IKEA of Sweden
model:TRADFRI bulb E14 WS opal 400lm
endpoints.01.manufacturer:IKEA of Sweden
endpoints.01.model:TRADFRI bulb E14 WS opal 400lm
I’ve got the Hive Active Plug working… it really should have just worked on one of the Generic Zigbee drivers but didn’t for whatever reason??
So I copied and stripped down a driver from you know where:
I just got my new hub and already start playing with it. I´m wrote already some smartapps that i would like to port, however i got stuck and i’m unable to use the forum.
I can’t create or reply. Sorry for this post, i’m aware is missplaced, but is the first one where i can hit Reply. I need some help with a few instructions to port my smartapp to hubitat, but i couldnt find any documentation.
Could anyone help me to indicate me why this happen or any staff that could help me change my permissions so i may get some help there?
Usually if you use the same email address to register for the forums as you used to purchase, it automatically makes you an owner with access. Otherwise you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will get you sorted.
Also, there isn’t currently any documentation but there is a thread where the community posts the differences they’ve found and workarounds that might help you.
I had to log out of the forum and back in for the permissions to be applied.
Another one! Working with “Generic ZigBee RGBW Light”.
Zigbee/Osram/Lightify/Smart+ Indoor Flex RGBW
model:LIGHTIFY Indoor Flex RGBW
endpoints.03.model:LIGHTIFY Indoor Flex RGBW
I finally got my Securifi Peanut Plug to pair, after doing a Zigbee stick reset.
No idea which firmware, but it’s not the latest as on SmartThings it wouldn’t do power reporting.
It got added as a generic “Device”, so here’s the pairing details:
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manufacturer:Securifi Ltd.�W�# �Y� address64bit:000D6F000534AA78 address16bit:5AAA model:null basicAttributesInitialized:true application:null endpoints.01.manufacturer:Securifi Ltd.�W�# �Y� endpoints.01.idAsInt:1 endpoints.01.inClusters:0000,0001,0003,0004,0005,0006,0B04,0B05 endpoints.01.endpointId:01 endpoints.01.profileId:0104 endpoints.01.application:null endpoints.01.outClusters:0000,0001,0003,0004,0005,0006,0019,0B04,0B05 endpoints.01.initialized:true endpoints.01.model:null endpoints.01.stage:4