The netio switch platform allows you to control your Netio Netio4, Netio4 All, and Netio 230B. These are smart outlets controllable through Ethernet and/or Wi-Fi that reports consumptions (Netio4all). This integration requires Telnet to be enabled on the Netio device.

To use Netio devices in your installation, add the following to your configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
  - platform: netio
    username: YOUR_USERNAME
    password: YOUR_PASSWORD
      1: Free
      2: TV
      4: Lamp

Configuration Variables

host string Required

The IP address of your Netio plug, e.g.,

port integer Required, default: 1234

The port to communicate with the switch.

username string Required, default: admin

The username for your plug.

password string Required

The password for your plug.

outlets list (Optional)

List of all outlets. Consisting of a number and a name [No.]: [Name].

To get pushed updates from the Netio devices, one can add this Lua code in the device interface as an action triggered on “Netio” “System variables updated” with an ‘Always’ schedule:

-- this will send socket and consumption status updates via CGI
-- to given address. Associate with 'System variables update' event
-- to get consumption updates when they show up

local address='ha:8123'
local path = '/api/netio/<host>'

local output = {}
for i = 1, 4 do for _, what in pairs({'state', 'consumption',
                        'cumulatedConsumption', 'consumptionStart'}) do
    local varname = string.format('output%d_%s', i, what)
        varname..'='..tostring(devices.system[varname]):gsub(" ","|"))
end end

local qs = table.concat(output, '&')
local url = string.format('http://%s%s?%s', address, path, qs)