qwikswitch integration is the main integration to integrate various QwikSwitch devices with Home Assistant. The integration requires the QSUSB Modem device and connects to the QS Mobile application.
There is currently support for the following device types within Home Assistant:
qwikswitch integration discovers all devices from QS Mobile. Currently, Relays and LED dimmers are discovered in Home Assistant. Relay devices are lights by default, and can be configured as switches.
# Example configuration.yaml entry qwikswitch: url: http://127.0.0.1:2020
A decimal value to adjust the brightness of the dimmer exponentially. Increasing this value allows dimmers that reach full brightness with low values in QS Mobile to appear more linear in Home Assistant. Recommended values between 1 and 2 and the default is 1.
A comma-separated list of button types that will generate events. See [QwikSwitch Events] for detail.
A list of device QS_id’s that should be switches, and not lights (i.e.,
A dictionary of sensors.
The Qwikswitch sensor type. These could include:
- imod (binary_sensor, up to 6 channels)
- door (binary_sensor, single channel)
- qwikcord (Channel 1 = CTavg, Channel 2 = CTsum)
Invert the open/close state. Only applicable to binary_sensors
The class or binary_sensor. Only applicable to binary_sensors.
QwikSwitch devices (i.e., transmitter buttons) will fire events on the Home Assistant bus. These events can then be used as triggers for any
automation action, as follows:
automation: - alias: "Action - Respond to A button press" trigger: platform: event event_type: qwikswitch.button.@12df34
event_type names should be in the format qwikswitch.button.@QS_id. where @QS_id will be captured in the Home Assistant log when pressing the button. Alternatively, you can also get the device ID from the QS Mobile application or by using the listen API call by browsing to
http://127.0.0.1:2020/&listen and then pressing the button.
The full packet from the QSUSB API will be passed as
By default events will be fired if the value in the command (cmd) field of the listen packet equals:
TOGGLE- Normal QwikSwitch Transmitter button
SCENE EXE- QwikSwitch Scene Transmitter buttons
LEVEL- QwikSwitch OFF Transmitter buttons
The list of recognized commands can be extended for Keyfobs, door sensors, and PIR transmitters with the button_events configuration option. button_events can be a list or comma separated list of additional commands that will fire Home Assistant events. By default, it is: TOGGLE,SCENE EXE,LEVEL.
On some QS Mobile servers button events are only generated for switches added to the QS Mobile application, so it might be best to test button presses through the
The sensor configuration is a list of sensors. Depending on the type of sensor, it will be a sensor or binary_sensor.
Example sensor configuration:
qwikswitch: ... sensors: - name: door sensor id: "@id03" type: door - name: Imod 1 sensor id: "@id02" channel: 1 type: imod - name: Imod 2 sensor id: "@id02" channel: 2 type: imod
qwikswitch platform allows you to control your QwikSwitch relays as switches from within Home Assistant.
If the device name in the QS Mobile application ends with
Switch it will be created as a switch, otherwise as a light.