Sure Petcare


The surepetcare component allows you to get information on your Sure Petcare Connect Pet or Cat Flap.

Configuration

To add a flap, feeder or pet, add the following to your configuration.yaml file. The Hubs a flap or feeder is connected to, will be discovered automatically.

# Example configuration.yaml entry
surepetcare:
  username: YOUR_SURE_PETCARE_LOGIN
  password: YOUR_SURE_PETCARE_PASSWORD
  feeders: [12345, 67890]
  flaps: [13579]
  pets: [24680]

Configuration Variables

username string Required

The Sure Petcare Username/Email

password string Required

The Sure Petcare Password

flaps list (Optional)

The IDs of the Sure Petcare flaps

feeders list (Optional)

The IDs of the Sure Petcare feeders

pets list (Optional)

The Sure Petcare IDs of the Pets to show

scan_interval time (Optional, default: 3 minutes)

Minimum time interval between updates. Supported formats: scan_interval: 'HH:MM:SS', scan_interval: 'HH:MM' and Time period dictionary (see example below).

Services

Service surepetcare.set_lock_state

This service lets you change the locking state of a flap.

Service data attribute Required Type Description
flap_id True integer Flap ID to change - see below for instructions on finding device IDs
lock_state True string New state to change the flap to

lock_state should be one of:

  • unlocked - flap is unlocked, pets are allowed both in and out.
  • locked_in - flap is ‘in only’ - pets can come in but not go back out.
  • locked_out - flap is ‘out only’ - pets can go out, but not back in.
  • locked_all - flap is locked both ways.

Getting the IDs of your flaps, feeders and pets

There are (at least) three ways, sorted in “descending convenience order”:

  • Use the surepy tool (uses the same library as this integration) from @benleb. A Python tool to get your token simply by running a single command (check surepy --help for the exact command).
  • Use the sp_cli.py from @rcastberg to fetch the IDs from the Sure Petcare API. With the default setting, the IDs will be written as JSON to ~/.surepet.cache.
  • Visit surepetcare.io and log in with your Sure Petcare credentials. Open the developer tools in Chrome/Firefox, switch to the “Network” tab and refresh the page. Now look for calls to start (pets, <household id> and others are also possible, but start shows you all information at once). Click on this call and in the JSON displayed you will find all the needed IDs.

Where to find the IDs vie Browser developer console