I just flashed a tuya dimmer switch with openbeken firmware via tuya-cloudcutter (its a new proprietary chip), and the openbeken has no http integration with hubitat, so mqtt is the way to go.
However, I can't find a single mqtt integration that uses topics and maps them to a device, only ones that publish devices to mqtt topics. This is the closest thing i found, but it doesnt support dimming:
Good time of the day, dear community
Looks like my driver already well tested and it is the right time for making it publicly available
Main functionality here is relying on feedback from the device when it is actually toggled, eliminating black hole issues.
Currently, I've uploaded
Switch driver with polling/refresh/ping capabilities
IR Blaster driver for sending via MQTT to tasmota or any other mqtt based subscribers
H801 dimmer ( tasmota )
These will be added soon ( ~2-6 w…
I just flashed a Tuya based smart plug that has the new non Tasmota chip
CB2S, CB2L, WB2L_M1 with OpenBeken BK7321N.
It's workinhg in Hubitat using the Tasmota - Universal Parent driver and Tasmota Device Manager app.
Maybe you want to try that.
I got it working via
[Beta] MQTT beta 3d (released 5th July)
It can link a virtual device to mqtt topics.
I didn’t know that openbeken supports standard tasmota http integrations! Thanks for letting me know.
Neither did I, but decided to give it a go and to my surprise it worked.
Running the lasted 1.17.203 update.
Just tried it with a Deta 4 gang series 2 switch (WB3S chip) and that worked also. Maybe because the switches I have used have profiles for series 1 devices that originally used an ESP8266 based chip.