This integration has been tested and confirmed to be working with the iRobot Roomba s9+, Roomba 980, Roomba 960, Roomba 890, and Braava jet m6 models, but should also work fine with any Wi-Fi enabled Roomba or Braava like the 690. For auto-discovery, you will need to initiate a Roomba reboot. For example, by holding the clean button for up to 20 seconds on an i7 or 980. More information about rebooting your robot.
Adding iRobot Roomba and Braava to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:
iRobot Roomba and Braava can be auto-discovered by Home Assistant. If an instance was found, it will be shown as “Discovered”, which you can select to set it up right away.
If there wasn’t any discovered automatically, don’t worry! You can set up a manual integration entry:
Browse to your Home Assistant instance.
In the sidebar click on Settings.
From the configuration menu select: Devices & Services.
In the bottom right, click on the Add Integration button.
From the list, search and select “iRobot Roomba and Braava”.
Follow the instruction on screen to complete the set up.
The Roomba’s MQTT server only allows a single connection. Enabling continuous mode will force the App to connect via the cloud to your Roomba. More info here
The Roomba Integration will add the following sensors.
- roomba_battery_level : The status of your battery
- roomba_bin_full (if Roomba has the capacity to do) : Bin Full status
For Home Assistant Container, the following command retrieves the BLID (username) and password:
docker exec -it CONTAINER_NAME_OR_ID python -c 'import roombapy.entry_points; roombapy.entry_points.password()' ROOMBA_IP