On these pages I write a bit about my various electronics/computer projects and other fun stuff. I started writing in Danish on this website, but since I am mostly getting response from non Danish readers, I am going to switch to English. I am not going to translate all the older posts on the website, so use google translate and see if it makes sense.
I get many questions about if/when some specific feature is comming to the IHC integration for Home Assistant. Must of these are regarding configflow/unique id on entites, and related stuff. (And I will soon have a new version with configflow ready for testing)
So here is my list of stuff I am working on/concidering to do in a priority order:
After the Home Assistant conference on the 13 dec. 2020, where the Home Assistant blue was announced, I think it is time to make a post about how I run Home Assistant, because I have been using the Odroid N2 for a longer time, and is very pleased about it.
Airthings Wave is a bluetooth device that can monitor temperature, humidity and radon level. The “plus” model can also monitor air pressure, CO2 and VOC (Volatile organic compounds). I have had one of each model for about half a year now, so I think it is time to share my experience and thoughts about it.
The dukaone S6W is a one room ventilation system with a heat exchanger with up to 95% heat efficiency (running on the lowest speed). The S6W model has build it WiFi and can be controlled from an app on your phone/tablet. I have made an integration for Home Assistant so you can control the dukaone from within HA – read more below
In an upcoming firmware update (to be released soon) for the IHC controller version 3, you will only be able to use a https connection to the soap API in the controller. This means the current version of Home Assistant will not be able to connect to the IHC controller. The current version can only use http.
Note: The https support is now included in HA version 0.112 and later, but only working with verison 3 of the controller.