The Fibaro hub is a controller mainly connecting to Z-Wave devices.
Binary sensors, switches, lights (including Dimmers), locks, sensors and covers are supported and will be automatically added when Home Assistant connects to your Fibaro controller.
To use Fibaro devices in your installation, add the following to your
configuration.yaml file using the IP and port number of your Fibaro controller:
fibaro: gateways: - url: http://192.168.1.161/api/ username: your_username password: your_password device_config: light_device_name_123: color: false white_value: false reset_color: true binary_device_name_123: device_class: "garage_door" icon: mdi:open
(list)List of gateway configurations.
(url)(Required)The URL for your Fibaro HomeCenter device.
(string)(Required)The username for your Fibaro account.
(string)(Required)The password for your Fibaro account.
(bool)(Optional)Whether to import plugin-generated devices from Fibaro HomeCenter, such as Netatmo and Sonos devices, etc.
Default value: false
(list)(Optional)Lists device specific parameter or behaviour overrides.
Default value: None
It is recommended to assign a static IP address to your Fibaro controller. This ensures that it won’t change its IP address, so you won’t have to change the
url if the controller reboots and comes up with a different IP address. See your router’s manual for details on how to set this up. If you need the MAC address of your Fibaro, check the label on the bottom.
If you want to use a Z-Wave device from the Fibaro controller in Home Assistant automation, you’ll need the entity id. In the Home Assistant UI you’ll find all entities listed under the icon of the Developer Tools section. Look for entities that contain ‘fibaro_id’ in their attributes, and you’ll find the entity id on the left.