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Home automation


pip3 install david-home-automation==0.1.38
(sudo apt install --yes expect && cd $(mktemp -d) && git clone x && cd x && cp eq3.exp $HOME/.local/bin)

# (Optional) find your thermostat MACs via
bluetoothctl devices

# Create your config once 
cat > ~/.config/david-home-automation.yaml <<EOF
  - mac_address: XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
    name: Arbeitszimmer
  - broadcast_ip:
    mac_address: XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX
    name: Desktop

# You can also pass your config file path via an env variable

python3 -m david_home_automation.server --server-host= --server-port 5000

Setup as a service


Setup eq3 bluetooth

Follow the eq3.exp guide for pairing your thermostats. Make sure you do not connect/pair from multiple devices as the thermostats get easily confused. If you are encountering strange connection issues or crypted error messages from the API (and by extension also eq3.exp), reset your thermostats to factory settings (see manual). A useful debugging tool is btmon.


poetry install
FLASK_ENV=development FLASK_APP=david_home_automation/main poetry run flask run --host= --port 5050

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