luftdaten integration will query the open data API of luftdaten.info to monitor air quality and other weather data from a specific (self build) sensor station.
- To get the ID of a particle sensor you need to select it on the Feinstaub map and find it in the sidebar (Column “Sensor ID”).
- To get the ID of a temperature/humidity sensor you need to find it on the map hosted on Madavi.
Adding Luftdaten to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by taking the following steps:
Browse to your Home Assistant instance.
In the sidebar click on Configuration.
From the configuration menu select: Integrations.
In the bottom right, click on the Add Integration button.
From the list, search and select “Luftdaten”.
Follow the instruction on screen to complete the set up.
After completing, the Luftdaten integration will be immediately available for use.
To enable this sensor, add the following lines to your
# Example configuration.yaml entry luftdaten:
Option to show the position of the sensor on the map.
The sensor-related configuration options.
A list of conditions you want to monitor.
If you set
true then the location attributes are named
longitude. The default name of the location attributes is
long to avoid showing them on the map.
Not all sensors provide all conditions. Also, it’s possible that the sensor values are not available all the time. To check what a sensor is publishing use
This example would use the sensor with the ID 155, show it on the
map and would monitor
# Example configuration.yaml entry luftdaten: sensor_id: 155 show_on_map: true sensors: monitored_conditions: - temperature - humidity
luftdaten sensor platform will query the open data API of luftdaten.info to monitor air quality and other weather data from a specific (self build) sensor station.
You must have the
luftdaten integration (from above) configured to use this platform. After configuring that component, sensors will automatically appear.
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