Safety Monitor missing options

After I install the app, I don't see the different states that appear in the guides. I tried updating the hub, but it doesn't change anything.

I appreciate the help!

You need devices you can use with HSM added to your hub before you'll see the corresponding options. These would be devices like motion sensors, contact sensors, and the other types it lists on the screen you see.

Thanks for the quick response! My contact sensors aren't Hubitat compatible (Aqara), but I have integrated them as virtual switches via HK.

Do virtual switches not work/count for safety monitoring?

No, HSM cannot respond to switches turning on/off, at least not with the built-in options. It supports devices with the capabilities listed on your screen.

You could replace your virtual switch driver with a custom "virtual switch and contact" driver (pretty sure one exists, one that sends both switch and contact events in response to switch commands), or you can create a virtual contact device and use a custom Mirror setup to ultimately do the same, just with an "extra" device.

I have a few Aqara MCC GQ 11LM contact sensors working fine with my hub. I've had them for about 4 years.

I use this driver:

 *  Xiaomi "Original" Door/Window Sensor - model MCCGQ01LM
 *  & Aqara Door/Window Sensor - model MCCGQ11LM
 *  Device Driver for Hubitat Elevation hub
 *  Version 0.7.2
 *     2020-03-14 commented out lines 125 - 127 (WebCore events)
 *  Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except
 *  in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at:
 *  Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed
 *  on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License
 *  for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.
 *  Based on SmartThings device handler code by a4refillpad
 *  With contributions by alecm, alixjg, bspranger, gn0st1c, foz333, jmagnuson, mike.maxwell, rinkek, ronvandegraaf, snalee, tmleafs, twonk, & veeceeoh
 *  Code reworked for use with Hubitat Elevation hub by veeceeoh
 *  Known issues:
 *  + Xiaomi devices send reports based on changes, and a status report every 50-60 minutes. These settings cannot be adjusted.
 *  + The battery level / voltage is not reported at pairing. Wait for the first status report, 50-60 minutes after pairing.
 *    However, the Aqara Door/Window sensor battery level can be retrieved immediately with a short-press of the reset button.
 *  + Pairing Xiaomi devices can be difficult as they were not designed to use with a Hubitat hub.
 *    Holding the sensor's reset button until the LED blinks will start pairing mode.
 *    3 quick flashes indicates success, while one long flash means pairing has not started yet.
 *    In either case, keep the sensor "awake" by short-pressing the reset button repeatedly, until recognized by Hubitat.
 *  + The connection can be dropped without warning. To reconnect, put Hubitat in "Discover Devices" mode, and follow
 *    the same steps for pairing. As long as it has not been removed from the Hubitat's device list, when the LED
 *    flashes 3 times, the Aqara Motion Sensor should be reconnected and will resume reporting as normal

metadata {
	definition (name: "Xiaomi Door/Window Sensor", namespace: "veeceeoh", author: "veeceeoh") {
		capability "Contact Sensor"
		capability "Sensor"
		capability "Battery"

		attribute "lastCheckin", "String"
		attribute "lastOpened", "String"
		attribute "lastClosed", "String"
		attribute "batteryLastReplaced", "String"

		// fingerprint for Xiaomi "Original" Door/Window Sensor
		fingerprint endpointId: "01", profileId: "0104", deviceId: "0104", inClusters: "0000,0003,FFFF,0019", outClusters: "0000,0004,0003,0006,0008,0005,0019", manufacturer: "LUMI", model: "lumi.sensor_magnet"

		// fingerprint for Xiaomi Aqara Door/Window Sensor
		fingerprint endpointId: "01", profileId: "0104", deviceId: "5F01", inClusters: "0000,0003,FFFF,0006", outClusters: "0000,0004,FFFF", manufacturer: "LUMI", model: "lumi.sensor_magnet.aq2"

		command "resetBatteryReplacedDate"
		command "resetToClosed"
		command "resetToOpen"

	preferences {
		//Battery Voltage Range
 		input name: "voltsmin", title: "Min Volts (0% battery = ___ volts, range 2.0 to 2.7). Default = 2.5 Volts", description: "", type: "decimal", range: "2..2.7"
 		input name: "voltsmax", title: "Max Volts (100% battery = ___ volts, range 2.8 to 3.4). Default = 3.0 Volts", description: "", type: "decimal", range: "2.8..3.4"
 		//Logging Message Config
		input name: "infoLogging", type: "bool", title: "Enable info message logging", description: ""
		input name: "debugLogging", type: "bool", title: "Enable debug message logging", description: ""
		//Firmware 2.0.5 Compatibility Fix Config
		input name: "oldFirmware", type: "bool", title: "DISABLE 2.0.5 firmware compatibility fix (for users of 2.0.4 or earlier)", description: ""

// Parse incoming device messages to generate events
def parse(String description) {
	def cluster = description.split(",").find {it.split(":")[0].trim() == "cluster"}?.split(":")[1].trim()
	def attrId = description.split(",").find {it.split(":")[0].trim() == "attrId"}?.split(":")[1].trim()
	def encoding = Integer.parseInt(description.split(",").find {it.split(":")[0].trim() == "encoding"}?.split(":")[1].trim(), 16)
	def valueHex = description.split(",").find {it.split(":")[0].trim() == "value"}?.split(":")[1].trim()
	Map map = [:]

	if (!oldFirmware & valueHex != null & encoding > 0x18 & encoding < 0x3e) {
		displayDebugLog("Data type of payload is little-endian; reversing byte order")
		// Reverse order of bytes in description's payload for LE data types - required for Hubitat firmware 2.0.5 or newer
		valueHex = reverseHexString(valueHex)

	displayDebugLog("Parsing message: ${description}")
	displayDebugLog("Message payload: ${valueHex}")

	// lastCheckin can be used with webCoRE
	sendEvent(name: "lastCheckin", value: now())

	// Send message data to appropriate parsing function based on the type of report
	if (cluster == "0006") {
		// Parse open / closed status report
		map = parseContact(Integer.parseInt(valueHex))
	} else if (attrId == "0005") {
		displayDebugLog("Reset button was short-pressed")
		// Parse battery level from longer type of announcement message
		map = (valueHex.size() > 60) ? parseBattery(valueHex.split('FF42')[1]) : [:]
	} else if (attrId == "FF01" || attrId == "FF02") {
		// Parse battery level from hourly announcement message
		map = (valueHex.size() > 30) ? parseBattery(valueHex) : [:]
	} else {
		displayDebugLog("Unable to parse message")

	if (map != [:]) {
		displayDebugLog("Creating event $map")
		return createEvent(map)
	} else
		return [:]

// Reverses order of bytes in hex string
def reverseHexString(hexString) {
	def reversed = ""
	for (int i = hexString.length(); i > 0; i -= 2) {
		reversed += hexString.substring(i - 2, i )
	return reversed

// Parse open/close report
private parseContact(closedOpen) {
	def value = ["closed", "open"]
	def desc = ["closed", "opened"]
	//def coreEvent = ["lastClosed", "lastOpened"]
	//displayDebugLog("Setting ${coreEvent[closedOpen]} to current date/time for webCoRE")
	//sendEvent(name: coreEvent[closedOpen], value: now(), descriptionText: "Updated ${coreEvent[closedOpen]} (webCoRE)")
	return [
		name: 'contact',
		value: value[closedOpen],
		isStateChange: true,
		descriptionText: "Contact was ${desc[closedOpen]}"

// Convert raw 4 digit integer voltage value into percentage based on minVolts/maxVolts range
private parseBattery(description) {
	displayDebugLog("Battery parse string = ${description}")
	def MsgLength = description.size()
	def rawValue
	for (int i = 4; i < (MsgLength-3); i+=2) {
		if (description[i..(i+1)] == "21") { // Search for byte preceeding battery voltage bytes
			rawValue = Integer.parseInt((description[(i+4)..(i+5)] + description[(i+2)..(i+3)]),16)
	def rawVolts = rawValue / 1000
	def minVolts = voltsmin ? voltsmin : 2.5
	def maxVolts = voltsmax ? voltsmax : 3.0
	def pct = (rawVolts - minVolts) / (maxVolts - minVolts)
	def roundedPct = Math.min(100, Math.round(pct * 100))
	def descText = "Battery level 152 is ${roundedPct}% (${rawVolts} Volts)"
	def result = [
		name: 'battery',
		value: roundedPct,
		unit: "%",
		isStateChange: true,
		descriptionText: descText
	return result

// Manually override contact state to closed
def resetToClosed() {
	if (device.currentState('contact')?.value == "open") {
		displayInfoLog("Manually reset to closed")

// Manually override contact state to open
def resetToOpen() {
	if (device.currentState('contact')?.value == "closed") {
		displayInfoLog("Manually reset to open")

private def displayDebugLog(message) {
	if (debugLogging)
		log.debug "${device.displayName}: ${message}"

private def displayInfoLog(message) {
	if (infoLogging || state.prefsSetCount != 1) "${device.displayName}: ${message}"

//Reset the batteryLastReplaced date to current date
def resetBatteryReplacedDate(paired) {
	def newlyPaired = paired ? " for newly paired sensor" : ""
	sendEvent(name: "batteryLastReplaced", value: new Date())
	displayInfoLog("Setting Battery Last Replaced to current date${newlyPaired}")

// installed() runs just after a sensor is paired
def installed() {
	state.prefsSetCount = 0

// configure() runs after installed() when a sensor is paired or reconnected
def configure() {
	state.prefsSetCount = 1

// updated() will run every time user saves preferences
def updated() {
	displayInfoLog("Updating preference settings")
	displayInfoLog("Info message logging enabled")
	displayDebugLog("Debug message logging enabled")

def init() {
	if (!device.currentState('batteryLastReplaced')?.value)

Aqara zigbee devices can work directly paired to Hubitat.

But they are well known to cause problems unless one is careful to also use only the zigbee repeater devices that Aqara is known to do well with.

Thanks. I'm trying to use the mirror app, but it's not toggling the virtual contact sensor.

Any chance you know where I'm going wrong?

This is a great driver to replace the virtual switch and it can be made to also look like a contact sensor.

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