tradfri integration allows you to connect your IKEA Trådfri Gateway to Home Assistant. The gateway can control compatible Zigbee-based lights (certified Zigbee Light Link products) connected to it. Home Assistant will automatically discover the gateway’s presence on your local network if
discovery: is present in your
Adding IKEA TRÅDFRI to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:
IKEA TRÅDFRI can be auto-discovered by Home Assistant. If an instance was found, it will be shown as “Discovered”, which you can select to set it up right away.
If there wasn’t any discovered automatically, don’t worry! You can set up a manual integration entry:
You will be prompted to configure the gateway through the Home Assistant interface. The configuration process is very simple: when prompted, enter the security key printed on the sticker on the bottom of the IKEA Trådfri Gateway, then click configure.
Fatal DTLS error: code 20 might indicate a missing or incorrect security key. Pay close attention as e.g., “I” and “l” can easily be confused.
After updating your IKEA Trådfri Gateway firmware it might be necessary to repeat the configuration process. One error you might experience after a firmware update is
Fatal DTLS error: code 115. If you encounter problems:
- when configured using the integration: remove the integration through Settings > Integrations > Tradfri > delete (trash can icon)
Then restart Home Assistant. When prompted, enter the security key and click configure, just like during initial setup.
Please make sure you have
autoconf installed (
$ sudo apt-get install autoconf) if you want to use this component. Also, installing some dependencies might take considerable time (more than one hour) on slow devices.
- The TRÅDFRI Shortcut button, Remotes and motion sensor only send information about their battery status, no events, to Home Assistant and thus can’t be used to automate with. If you want to automate with these devices, you need to use something like ZHA.
- The groups you find in the app are not imported into Home Assistant as they are known to cause stability issues. We recommend that you use the native light groups instead.