Last week, Hubitat updated their platform to version 2.2.0 which allows native integration for Shelly relays and dimmers!
Our friend Jason Churchward from The Smarter Home Club has shared a FANTASTIC write up on how to use a Shelly 1 module to control an inexpensive siren/strobe light he ordered from AliExpress.
Continue reading “Shelly 1 12v Outdoor Siren Strobe Alarm”
Our first two entries in this project (read HERE) covered setting up the raspberry pi and flashing Tasmota onto the Wi-Fi plug. Now that we’ve got it configured, it is time to add the device to Hubitat so that we can get the most use out of it!
Continue reading “Flash a Wi-Fi Plug with Tasmota for Hubitat…. WITHOUT soldering! Part III”
In Part I (HERE), we set up a Raspberry Pi so that we can host Tuya Convert, the process that allows us to flash a Smart Life or Tuya Smart switch OTA. In this entry, we’re going to select a compatible Wi-Fi plug, set up Tuya Convert on the Pi, and flash the plug. This is a REALLY easy project. If you follow the steps carefully, you won’t run into any major problems and then, after a couple of conversions, you’ll have it down.
I spent a good part of the afternoon teaming up with Scott Grayban on a fun project that combines products from two of my favorite smart home companies – Shelly Cloud and Hubitat Elevation! (and also Smart Things, if you like them).
Scott and I connected last year when I was looking for help in getting a Zigbee dimming switch working with Smart Things. While the switch didn’t pan out (ZLL – go figure), the connection was far more valuable. I’ve found he has a really interesting perspective on a number of technologies and he “gets it” as well as anybody else when it comes to smart home. Feel free to check out some of his public projects on his repository HERE.