This integration interacts with your Tedee locks by communicating with the Tedee bridge through HTTP. The integration will communicate with your lock locally.


  • You will need the bridge to add your locks using this integration.
  • You need to have the local API enabled.
  • The bridge firmware needs to be at least version 2.2.18086 for push updates to work without errors.

If you do not own the bridge, you can still add your locks to Home Assistant through the HomeKit device integration. Communication will happen over Bluetooth in that case, and features will be limited.


To add the Tedee integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:


The IP address of your bridge. You can find it in your router or in the Tedee app under Bridge Settings -> Local API.

Local Access Token

The local access token for your bridge. You can find it in the Tedee app under Bridge Settings -> Local API.

Binary sensors

We have three binary sensors: One that indicates whether the battery is currently charging, one indicating if the pull spring is enabled, and one indicating whether the lock is in a “semi-locked” position, meaning the lock has been turned manually and between its normal end positions.


The integration currently offers two sensors: A battery sensor, indicating the charge of your lock, and a “pull spring duration” sensor, indicating how long (in seconds) your latch will stay pulled after a pull operation (if supported).