Qnap [ HABridge ] [ 5.4.0 ] Emulates Philips Hue api to other home automation gateways


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2 Janvier 2014
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Source : https://github.com/bwssytems/ha-bridge

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Note :

listen on default on 8065 (to avoid conflict with NAS ui), you may change it in /opt/HABridge/HABridge.sh

Note: if using with a Google Home device, port 80 must be used.

you must change -Dserver.port=<port number> explicitly within the launch command (change also NAS WebServer port 80 by default)

About :

Home automation bridge that emulates a Philips Hue light system and can control other systems such as a Vera, Harmony Hub, Nest, MiLight bulbs or any other system that has an http/https/tcp/udp interface. This is a compact impl to run on small format computers.

Emulates Philips Hue api to other home automation gateways such as an Amazon Echo or Google Home. The Bridge handles basic commands such as "On", "Off" and "brightness" commands of the hue protocol. This bridge can control most devices that have a distinct API.

ATTENTION: This does not work with the software Alexa. That version does not have any capability for Hue Bridge discovery!

In the cases of systems that require authorization and/or have API's that cannot be handled in the current method, a module may need to be built. The Harmony Hub is such a module and so is the Nest module. The Bridge has helpers to build devices for the gateway for the Logitech Harmony Hub, Vera, Vera Lite or Vera Edge, Nest and the ability to proxy all of your real Hue bridges behind this bridge.

Alternatively the Bridge supports custom calls as well using http/https/udp and tcp such as the LimitlessLED/MiLight bulbs using the UDP protocol. Binary data is supported with UDP/TCP.

This bridge was built to help put the Internet of Things together.

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