totalconnect integration provides connectivity with Resideo Total Connect 2.0-enabled alarm systems.
Log in to the Total Connect website and create a “standard” Total Connect user account specifically for use with Home Assistant. It should not have full administrative privileges.
Give the user access to your Location, along with a user code, usually a 4 digit number.
Adding Total Connect 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:
automation: - alias: "Alarm: Disarmed Daytime" trigger: platform: state entity_id: alarm_control_panel.total_connect to: "disarmed" condition: condition: sun before: sunset action: service: scene.turn_on target: entity_id: scene.OnDisarmedDaytime - alias: "Alarm: Armed Away" trigger: platform: state entity_id: alarm_control_panel.total_connect to: "armed_away" action: service: scene.turn_on target: entity_id: scene.OnArmedAway - alias: "Alarm: Arm Home Instant at Sunset" trigger: platform: sun event: sunset offset: '0' action: service: totalconnect.arm_home_instant target: entity_id: alarm_control_panel.total_connect
If you have issues running this component, you may require
libxmlsec1-dev packages. To install these on Raspbian, run the command:
sudo apt install libxml2-dev libxmlsec1-dev
The integration provides an Alarm Control Panel for each Total Connect location. It uses the name of your location from Total Connect. For example, if your location name in Total Connect is “Home”, Home Assistant will use
The alarm control panel supports the following services:
alarm_disarm. The integration also provides unique services for
totalconnect.arm_away_instant which arms the system with zero entry delay, triggering the alarm instantly if an entry/exit zone is faulted.
triggered state also provides a state attribute called
triggered_source giving more detail on what triggered the alarm:
Police/Medicalis when sensors detected a burglar and/or the Police or Medical button was pressed
Fire/Smokeis when fire or smoke is detected, and/or the Fire button was pressed
Carbon Monoxideis when carbon monoxide is detected
The integration provides a Binary Sensor for each Total Connect zone. To see faulted zones in Home Assistant, your Total Connect account must have “Sensor Activities” enabled. Your alarm monitoring company may charge an extra fee to enable this. If available, these can be found in the Total Connect 2 web portal at Notifications -> Sensor Activities. Alternately, they can be found in the Total Connect mobile app at More -> Settings -> Notifications -> Sensor Activities. Enable each zone you want to monitor. Unmonitored zones will display as
Closed in Home Assistant.
The Total Connect API has limited zone type information. Home Assistant device class
door is assigned to Total Connect entry/exit, perimeter, and motion zones; along with most alarm panel buttons. The sensor will appear as
True if the zone is opened (either fault or triggered in Total Connect) and
False if closed. Device class
smoke is assigned to Total Connect smoke detectors and alarm panel buttons set to a “Fire No Verification” response type. The sensor will appear as
True if smoke is detected or the respective button is pressed. Device class
gas is assigned to Total Connect carbon monoxide detectors. The sensor will appear as
True if carbon monoxide is detected.