EZcontrol XS1

The EZcontrol XS1 integration for Home Assistant allows you to observe and control devices configured on the XS1 Gateway. Please have a look at the official documentation for using this gateway Bedienungsanleitung v3.0.0.0.


Add the following entry to the configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
  host: ""

The integration will automatically detect the configuration of the XS1 Gateway only on initialization which currently means when Home Assistant boots. When you change the configuration of the XS1 you (currently) have to restart Home Assistant to see the effects.

Configuration Variables

host string Required

Host of the XS1 Gateway.

port integer (Optional, default: 80)

Custom port if you are running your gateway behind some kind of proxy.

ssl boolean (Optional, default: false)

Defines if https should be used for API requests (only possible via your own proxy).

username string (Optional)

User to access XS1 web API.

password string (Optional)

Password to access XS1 web API.

Supported Device Types

This integration currently only covers part of the device types supported by the XS1 gateway, unsupported types are simply ignored.


Any type of sensor is supported.

If you are using climate devices the "current temp" sensor will be automatically used by the actuator (if named correctly). To make this work have a look at the actuator description below.


Type Supported Notes
switch Yes
dimmer Partly Dimmers are currently handled like switches so actual dimming is not supported :(
temperature Yes

Climate Actuator/Sensor

Home Assistant can combine temperature sensors and climate actuators into a single device. The XS1 gateway does not allow this, but a sensor and actuator can be configured separately. To make Home Assistant register them in the same climate device just prefix the sensor name with the actuator name on the XS1 gateway configuration, f.ex:

  • Actuator device name: “Bedroom_Temp”
  • Sensor device name: “Bedroom_Temp_Sensor”


In this section, you find some real-life examples of how to use this integration.

Full configuration

This example shows how you can use the optional configuration options.

# Example configuration.yaml entry
  host: ""
  port: 80
  ssl: false
  username: myuser
  password: 123totallySecure