Sonoff WiFi Relays in Alexa to Hubitat

In Alexa I have a number of Sonoff relays that cost as little as £5 which are connected to Alexa via "Smart life".

The intention is to bring everything from Alexa through into Hubitat but cannot "See" everything that's in Alexa.

Do I drop Smartlife and use another app or is there another solution such as buy better relays ?

Many thanks in advance for any comments

For a 100% local and reliable solution you could flash your Sonoff relays with Tasmota.

Thanks Markus
I just watched this https://youtu.be/H6YUWkeSZNU I can see this taking me about 40 minutes per device. I really appreciate the advice. If I could do this over http or SSH etc it would be an easier option. Getting a soldering iron out is a pain.

I recently found Shelly devices https://shop.shelly.cloud/ which are addressable in a browser and cost pennies so I may just get some more of these and tuck them behind wall switches or preferably see if I can find some Zigbee devices as they will also help with the mesh.

I notice Sonoff have some Zigbee devices but the range is limited

thanks
Paul

Soldering that would be a pain when done with many relays, I agree, if they are the Sonoff Minis there is an OTA way by entering the DIY mode. No soldering needed :slight_smile: Otherwise you could use something like this that will make the process a 3-4 minutes/device type of thing:

Shelly are nice devices and have good driver support with HE, both native and community ones supported by the company behind Shelly.

As for Zigbee ones they could help with the mesh, but in the walls they may also create mesh problems depending on the chip used. If they for example are based on the CC2530 chip without a signal enhancer (like the Sonoff Zigbee relay) the signal isn't very strong.

EDIT: If you have a 3D printer there are plenty of easy ways to flash these by just buying some pogo pins and printing a jig.