TP-Link Smart Home


The tplink integration allows you to control your TP-Link Kasa Smart Home Devices and TP-Link Tapo Devices such as plugs, power strips, wall switches and bulbs.

You need to provision your newly purchased device to connect to your network before it can be added via the integration. This can be done either by using kasa command-line tool or by adding it to the official Kasa or Tapo app before trying to add them to Home Assistant.

If your device is a newer Kasa or Tapo device it will require your TP-Link cloud username and password to authenticate for local access. If you have an older device that does not currently require authentication, you may consider disabling automatic firmware updates to keep it that way.

Configuration

To add the TP-Link Smart Home integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:

TP-Link Smart Home can be auto-discovered by Home Assistant. If an instance was found, it will be shown as Discovered. You can then set it up right away.

Supported Devices

See Supported Devices in python-kasa for an up to date list.

Devices not listed below may work but if you encounter issues submit a bug report to python-kasa.

Not requiring authentication

Plugs

  • HS100
  • HS103
  • HS105
  • HS107
  • HS110
  • KP100
  • KP105
  • KP115
  • KP125
  • KP401
  • EP10
  • EP25 (Hardware version < 2.6)

Power Strips

  • EP40
  • HS300
  • KP303
  • KP200
  • KP400
  • KP405

Wall switches

  • ES20M
  • HS200
  • HS210
  • HS220
  • KS200M
  • KS220M
  • KS230

Bulbs

  • EP40
  • LB100
  • LB110
  • LB120
  • LB130
  • LB230
  • KL50
  • KL60
  • KL110
  • KL120
  • KL125
  • KL130
  • KL135

Light strips

  • KL400
  • KL420
  • KL430

Requiring authentication

Plugs

  • EP25 (Hardware version >= 2.6)
  • KP125M
  • P110
  • P115
  • HS100 (UK Hardware version 4.1 with firmware 1.1.0)

Wall switches

  • KS205
  • KS225

Bulbs

  • L510B
  • L530E
  • TL135E

Light strips

  • L900-5
  • L900-10
  • L920

Power Strips

  • P300

Light strip effects

Light strip effects are currently only supported for the device types not requiring authentication.

Random Effect - Service tplink.random_effect

The light strips allow setting a random effect.

Service data attribute Description
entity_id The entity_id of the light strip to set the effect on
init_states Initial HSV sequence
backgrounds List of HSV sequences (Max 16)
segments List of segments (0 for all)
brightness Initial brightness
duration Duration
transition Transition
fadeoff Fade off
hue_range Range of hue
saturation_range Range of saturation
brightness_range Range of brightness
transition_range Range of transition
random_seed Random seed
#Example Service Call
service: tplink.random_effect
target:
  entity_id:
    - light.strip
data:
  init_states: 199,99,96
  backgrounds:
    - - 199
      - 89
      - 50
    - - 160
      - 50
      - 50
    - - 180
      - 100
      - 50
  segments: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8
  brightness: 90
  transition: 2000
  fadeoff: 2000
  hue_range: 340, 360
  saturation_range: 40, 95
  brightness_range: 90, 100
  transition_range: 2000, 6000
  random_seed: 80

Sequence Effect - Service tplink.sequence_effect

The light strips allow setting a sequence effect.

Service data attribute Description
entity_id The entity_id of the light strip to set the effect on
sequence List of HSV sequences (Max 16)
segments List of segments (0 for all)
brightness Initial brightness
duration Duration
repeat_times Repetitions (0 for continuous)
transition Transition
spread Speed of spread
direction Direction
#Example Service Call
service: tplink.sequence_effect
target:
  entity_id:
    - light.strip
data:
  sequence:
    - - 340
      - 20
      - 50
    - - 20
      - 50
      - 50
    - - 0
      - 100
      - 50
  segments: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8
  brightness: 80
  transition: 2000
  spread: 1
  direction: 1