The Fibaro integration allows you to connect Home Assistant to a Fibaro Home Center or a Yubii Home hub so that you can control and monitor the connected devices and run scenes. Home Assistant uses a local connection to connect to the Fibaro hub.
Fibaro Home Center 2, Home Center Lite, Home Center 3, Home Center 3 Lite, and Yubii Home.
- Control devices connected to the hub and synchronize the state of the devices (see platforms for supported devices and capabilities).
- Entities are automatically added when configuring the Fibaro integration and upon restart of Home Assistant when changed in the Fibaro hub.
- Support for multiple hubs.
- Activate scenes defined in the Fibaro hub.
- Use event entities to trigger your Home Assistant automations based on a button press event on a device.
To add the Fibaro integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:
If the above My button doesn’t work, you can also perform the following steps manually:
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.
- Binary sensor
The event platform uses the central scene events sent by Z-Wave devices. This works out of the box for switch devices.
For relay devices with switches or inputs to connect a switch, you often need to change the Z-Wave parameter ‘Scenes sent’ because the events are usually disabled by default.