This integration allows you to control Tasmota devices over MQTT.
- MQTT broker and the MQTT integration set up in Home Assistant.
- Tasmota devices’ MQTT setting configured to communicate with the MQTT broker.
- Tasmota devices flashed with version 9.2, or later (
tasmota-lite.bindoes not support this integration).
- Tasmota devices configured for native discovery (
- Although the Tasmota integration supports custom fulltopic it is strongly suggested to leave fulltopic at its default, Tasmota does not prevent setting an invalid or non-unique fulltopic, for example a fulltopic without the %prefix% or %topic% tokens.
Tasmota Buttons, Fans, Lights, relays, Sensors, Shutters and Switches are supported.
- Tasmota Buttons will be added as Home Assistant
SetOption73is enabled. No
binary_sensorentity will be created. You can find the available
automation triggerson the device screen.
- Tasmota Lights will be added as Home Assistant
lightentities. Single channel Dimmers, RGB lights, RGB lights with Color Temperature control and RGB lights with White control are supported.
- Tasmota Relays will be added as Home Assistant
SetOption30 0. If
SetOption30 1, relays will be added as
- Tasmota Sensors will be added as Home Assistant
- Tasmota Shutters will be added as Home Assistant
coverentities. Currently only Shutter modes 1 to 4 are supported. Shutter mode 5 and Tuya shutters are not supported.
- Tasmota Switches will be added as either Home Assistant
automation triggersdepending on the
- The fan functionality in Tasmota devices with module configured as iFan02 or iFan03 will be added as Home Assistant
fanentities. Tuya fans are not supported.
- The integration will also create up to eight Status Sensors, each one with a different information. Please note all the Status Sensors are disabled by default.
Adding Tasmota to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:
If the above My button doesn’t work, you can also perform the following steps manually:
You must also configure each Tasmota device’s MQTT settings to communicate with whatever MQTT broker you are using. Enter the broker address under host and enter a username/password combination that allows access to the broker.
If using the Mosquitto Broker add-on for Home Assistant, first create a new Home Assistant user under Configuration > Users. Then, in Tasmota > Configure MQTT under “Host” enter the address of your Home Assistant instance and under “User” and “Password” enter the Home Assistant user you just created.