Velux integration for Home Assistant allows you to connect to a Velux KLF 200 interface, to control io-homecontrol devices like windows and blinds. The module allows you to start scenes configured within KLF 200.
At least firmware version > 188.8.131.52 is required on the KLF 200 device. The firmware images may be obtained here and may be imported via the webinterface of your KLF 200.
There is currently support for the following device types within Home Assistant:
velux section must be present in the
configuration.yaml file and contain the following options as required:
# Example configuration.yaml entry velux: host: IP_ADDRESS password: VELUX_PASSWORD
Reboots the configured KLF 200 Gateway.
There is a problem with the KLF 200 gateway where the connection cannot be established after a restart of Home Assistant, only a manual power off and on fixes this. As a workaround, you can use an automation to force a restart of the KLF 200 before exiting Home Assistant, like this:
automation: alias: KLF reboot on hass stop event description: Reboots the KLF200 in order to avoid SSL Handshake issue trigger: - platform: homeassistant event: shutdown action: - service: velux.reboot_gateway
Velux Active (KIX 300)
The Velux Active (KIX 300) set is not supported by this integration. To integrate Velux Active (KIX 300) with Home Assistant, you can use the HomeKit Controller integration and get full control over your windows, curtains, covers, the air quality sensor KLA 300, etc.
Add the Velux Active gateway using HomeKit pairing (with the pairing code on the sticker at the bottom of the Velux Active gateway) and the devices connected to the gateway - including sensors - will be automatically discovered and added to Home Assistant.