Garadget


The garadget cover platform lets you control Garadget garage door futurizers through Home Assistant.

Configuration

To enable Garadget Covers in your installation, add the following to your configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry

 cover:
  - platform: garadget
    covers:
      first_garage:
        device: 190028001947343412342341
        username: YOUR_USERNAME
        password: YOUR_PASSWORD
        name: first_garage
      second_garage:
        device: 4c003f001151353432134214
        access_token: df4cc785ff818f2b01396c44142342fccdef
        name: second_garage

Configuration Variables

covers list Required

List of your doors.

device string Required

This is the device id from your Garadget portal. It can be found in the Settings section of the Garadget website or mobile application.

username string (Optional)

Your Garadget account username. Use with password to obtain the access_token automatically.

password string (Optional)

Your Garadget account password. Use with username to obtain the access_token automatically.

access_token string (Optional)

A generated access_token from your Garadget account. To obtain an access_token, use the network tab of the developer tools for your web browser while logged into the Garadget website. When supplied, the username and password values are not required.

name string (Optional, default: Garadget)

Name to use in the frontend, will use name configured in Garadget otherwise.

Example

# Related configuration.yaml entry
cover:
  - platform: garadget
    covers:
      garadget:
        device: 190028001947343412342341
        access_token: !secret garadget_access_token
        name: Garage door

sensor:
  - platform: template
    sensors:
      garage_door_status:
        friendly_name: "State of the door"
        value_template: "{{ states('cover.garage_door') }}"
      garage_door_time_in_state:
        friendly_name: "Since"
        value_template: "{{ state_attr('cover.garage_door', 'time_in_state') }}"
      garage_door_wifi_signal_strength:
        friendly_name: "WiFi strength"
        value_template: "{{ state_attr('cover.garage_door', 'wifi_signal_strength') }}"
        unit_of_measurement: "dB"

group:
  garage_door:
    name: Garage door
    entities:
      - cover.garage_door
      - sensor.garage_door_status
      - sensor.garage_door_time_in_state
      - sensor.garage_door_wifi_signal_strength

customize:
  sensor.garage_door_time_in_state:
    icon: mdi:timer-sand
  sensor.garage_door_wifi_signal_strength:
    icon: mdi:wifi

Some of the Garadget sensors can create a lot of clutter in the logbook. Use this section of code in your configuration.yaml to exclude those entries.

logbook:
  exclude:
    entities:
      - sensor.garage_door_time_in_state
      - sensor.garage_door_wifi_signal_strength

As of firmware release 1.17 the garadget device has native support for MQTT. The options allow the end-user to configure the device in the following ways ‘cloud only’, ‘cloud and MQTT’ or ‘MQTT only’.

For configuration of the garadget as a MQTT cover:

cover:
  - platform: mqtt
    name: "Garage Door"
    command_topic: "garadget/device_name/command"
    state_topic: "garadget/device_name/status"
    payload_open: "open"
    payload_close: "close"
    value_template: ""

Replace device_name with the name of the device provided when configuring garadget.