Python interface to control HomeKit accessories.
PyHomeKit is a set of python libraries that let you control HomeKit compatible accessories, both BLE and HTTP.
For more information about HomeKit, see the Apple Developper HomeKit page.
Bluetooth Low Energy device compatibility is provided by bluepy, which uses bluez.
PyHomeKit is currently in pre-alpha. Many features are not yet implemented or broken.
Connect to a HAP accessory view its HAP characteristics:
import pyhomekit device_mac = "aa:aa:aa:aa:aa" device = pyhomekit.ble.HapAccessory(mac=device_mac) characteristics = device.discover_characteristics() print(characteristics)
Interact with HAP characteristics:
# View the value of a characteristic device.lock_target_state() >>> 0 # Set the value of a characteristic device.lock_target_state(value=1)
pyHomeKit is on Pypi, so you can pip install it:
pip install pyhomekit
If you want to install from source, clone the repository:
git clone git://github.com/henridwyer/pyhomekit.git cd pyhomekit pip install -r requirements.txt pip install -e .
Then you can build the documentation:
And run the tests:
pyHomeKit is only compatible with python 3.6 for the moment.
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