Sharp Aquos TV

The aquostv platform allows you to control a Sharp Aquos TV.

When the TV is first connected, you will need to accept Home Assistant on the TV to allow communication.


To add a TV to your installation, add the following to your configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
  - platform: aquostv

Configuration Variables

host string Required

The IP/Hostname of the Sharp Aquos TV, e.g.,

port integer (Optional, default: 10002)

The port of the Sharp Aquos TV.

username string (Optional, default: admin)

The username of the Sharp Aquos TV.

password string (Optional, default: password)

The password of the Sharp Aquos TV.

name string (Optional)

The name you would like to give to the Sharp Aquos TV.

power_on_enabled boolean (Optional, default: false)

If you want to be able to turn on your TV.

When you set power_on_enabled as True, you have to turn on your TV on the first time with the remote. Then you will be able to turn on with Home Assistant. Also, with power_on_enabled as True, the Aquos logo on your TV will stay on when you turn off the TV and your TV could consume more power.

Currently known supported models

  • LC-40LE830U
  • LC-40CFE6242E (no volume control, not fully tested but able to poll state)
  • LC-46LE830U
  • LC-52LE830U
  • LC-60LE830U
  • LC-60LE635 (no volume control)
  • LC-52LE925UN
  • LC-60LE925UN
  • LC-60LE857U
  • LC-60EQ10U
  • LC-60SQ15U
  • LC-50US40 (no volume control, not fully tested)
  • LC-70LE650U
  • LC-70LE747E (no volume control)
  • LC-60LE650U
  • LC-80LE632U

If your model is not on the list, give it a test. If everything works correctly, then add it to the list on GitHub.