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pyvesync is a library to manage Etekcity Devices, Cosori Air Fryers and Levoit Air Purifiers run on the VeSync app.

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pyvesync is a library to manage VeSync compatible smart home devices

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Install the latest version from pip:

pip install pyvesync

Supported Devices

Etekcity Outlets

  1. Voltson Smart WiFi Outlet- Round (7A model ESW01-USA)
  2. Voltson Smart WiFi Outlet - Round (10A model ESW01-EU)
  3. Voltson Smart Wifi Outlet - Round (10A model ESW03-USA)
  4. Voltson Smart WiFi Outlet - Rectangle (15A model ESW15-USA)
  5. Two Plug Outdoor Outlet (ESO15-TB) (Each plug is a separate VeSyncOutlet object, energy readings are for both plugs combined)

Wall Switches

  1. Etekcity Smart WiFi Light Switch (model ESWL01)
  2. Etekcity Wifi Dimmer Switch (ESD16)

Levoit Air Purifiers

  1. LV-PUR131S
  2. Core 200S
  3. Core 300S
  4. Core 400S
  5. Core 600S
  6. Vital 100S
  7. Vital 200S

Etekcity Bulbs

  1. Soft White Dimmable Smart Bulb (ESL100)
  2. Cool to Soft White Tunable Dimmable Bulb (ESL100CW)

Valceno Bulbs

  1. Multicolor Bulb (XYD0001)

Levoit Humidifiers

  1. Dual 200S
  2. Classic 300S
  3. LUH-D301S-WEU Dual (200S)
  4. LV600S
  5. OasisMist LUS-O415S-WUS
  6. OasisMist LUH-M101S-WUS

Cosori Air Fryer

  1. Cosori 3.7 and 5.8 Quart Air Fryer


To start with the module:

from pyvesync import VeSync

manager = VeSync("EMAIL", "PASSWORD", "TIME_ZONE", debug=False, redact=True)
# debug and redact are optional arguments, the above values are their defaults

# Get/Update Devices from server - populate device lists

my_switch = manager.outlets[0]
# Turn on the first switch
# Turn off the first switch

# Get energy usage data for outlets

# Set bulb brightness to 75% of first bulb in the list
my_bulb = manager.bulbs[0]
# get its details in JSON and print

Devices are stored in the respective lists in the instantiated VeSync class:


manager.outlets = [VeSyncOutletObjects]
manager.switches = [VeSyncSwitchObjects] = [VeSyncFanObjects]
manager.bulbs = [VeSyncBulbObjects]

# Get device (outlet, etc.) by device name
dev_name = "My Device"
for device in manager.outlets:
  if device.device_name == dev_name:
    my_device = device

# Turn on switch by switch name
switch_name = "My Switch"
for switch in manager.switches:
  if switch.device_name == switch_name:


Time Zones

The time_zone argument is optional but the specified time zone must match time zone in the tz database (IANNA Time Zone Database), see this link for reference: tz database. The time zone determines how the energy history is generated for the smart outlets, i.e. for the week starts at 12:01AM Sunday morning at the specified time zone. If no time zone or an invalid time zone is entered the default is America/New_York

Outlet energy data update interval

If outlets are going to be continuously polled, a custom energy update interval can be set - The default is 6 hours (21600 seconds)

manager.energy_update_interval = 360 # time in seconds

Example Usage

Get electricity metrics of outlets

Bypass the interval check to trigger outlet energy update.

for s in manager.outlets:
  s.update_energy(check_bypass=False) # Get energy history for each device

API Details

Manager API

VeSync.get_devices() - Returns a list of devices

VeSync.login() - Uses class username and password to login to VeSync

VeSync.update() - Fetch updated information about devices

VeSync.update_all_devices() - Fetch details for all devices (run VeSyncDevice.update())

VeSync.update_energy(bypass_check=False) - Get energy history for all outlets - Builds week, month and year nested energy dictionary. Set bypass_check=True to disable the library from checking the update interval

Standard Device API

These properties and methods are available for all devices.

Standard Properties

VeSyncDevice.device_name - Name given when registering device

VeSyncDevice.device_type - Model of device, used to determine proper device class.

VeSyncDevice.connection_status - Device online/offline

VeSyncDevice.config_module - Special configuration identifier for device. Currently, not used in this API.

VeSyncDevice.sub_device_no - Sub-device number for certain devices. Used for the outdoor outlet.

VeSyncDevice.device_status - Device on/off

VeSyncDevice.is_on - Returns boolean True/False if device is on.

VeSyncDevice.firmware_update - Returns True is new firmware is available

Standard Methods

VeSyncDevice.turn_on() - Turn on the device

VeSyncDevice.turn_off() - Turn off the device

VeSyncDevice.update() - Fetch updated information about device

VeSyncDevice.active_time - Return active time of the device in minutes

VeSyncDevice.get_config() - Retrieve Configuration data such as firmware version for device and store in the VeSyncDevice.config dictionary

Outlet API Methods & Properties

Outlet power and energy API Methods & Properties

VeSyncOutlet.update_energy(bypass_check=False) - Get outlet energy history - Builds week, month and year nested energy dictionary. Set bypass_check=True to disable the library from checking the update interval

VeSyncOutlet.energy_today - Return current energy usage in kWh

VeSyncOutlet.power - Return current power in watts of the device

VeSyncOutlet.voltage - Return current voltage reading

VesyncOutlet.weekly_energy_total - Return total energy reading for the past week in kWh, starts 12:01AM Sunday morning

VesyncOutlet.monthly_energy_total - Return total energy reading for the past month in kWh

VesyncOutlet.yearly_energy_total - Return total energy reading for the past year in kWh

Model ESW15-USA 15A/1800W Methods (Have a night light)

The rectangular smart switch model supports some additional functionality on top of the regular api call

VeSyncOutlet.nightlight_status - Get the status of the nightlight

VeSyncOutlet.nightlight_brightness - Get the brightness of the nightlight

VeSyncOutlet.turn_on_nightlight() - Turn on the nightlight

VeSyncOutlet.turn_off_nightlight() - Turn off the nightlight

Standard Air Purifier Properties & Methods

Air Purifier Properties

VeSyncFan.details - Dictionary of device details


VeSyncFan.details = {
  'active_time': 30004, # minutes
  'filter_life': 45, # percent of filter life remaining
  'screen_status': 'on', # display on/off
  'level': 3, # fan level
  'air_quality': 2, # air quality level

NOTE: LV-PUR131S outputs air_quality as a string, such as Excellent

VeSyncFan.features - Unique features to air purifier model. Currently, the only feature is air_quality, which is not supported on Core 200S.

VeSyncFan.modes - Modes of operation supported by model - [sleep, off, auto]

VeSyncFan.fan_level - Return the level of the fan

VeSyncFan.filter_life - Return the percentage of filter life remaining

VeSyncFan.air_quality - Return air quality level as integer, 1 being the best - Not available on Core 200S

VeSyncFan.air_quality_value - PM2.5 air quality reading

VeSyncFan.screen_status - Get Status of screen on/off

Air Purifier Methods

VeSyncFan.auto_mode() - Change mode to auto

VeSyncFan.manual_mode() - Change fan mode to manual with fan level 1

VeSyncFan.sleep_mode() - Change fan mode to sleep

VeSyncFan.change_fan_speed(speed=None) - Change fan speed. Call without speed to toggle to next speed

Compatible levels for each model:

  • Core 200S [1, 2, 3]
  • Core 300S/400S [1, 2, 3, 4]
  • PUR131S [1, 2, 3]
  • Vital 100S/200S [1, 2, 3, 4]

Levoit Purifier Core200S/300S/400S and Vital 100S/200S Properties

VeSyncFan.child_lock - Return the state of the child lock (True=On/False=off)

VeSyncAir.night_light - Return the state of the night light (on/dim/off) Not available on Vital 100S/200S

Levoit Purifier Core200S/300S/400S and Vital 100S/200S Methods

VeSyncFan.child_lock_on() Enable child lock

VeSyncFan.child_lock_off() Disable child lock

VeSyncFan.turn_on_display() Turn display on

VeSyncFan.turn_off_display() Turn display off

VeSyncFan.set_night_light('on'|'dim'|'off') - Set night light brightness

VeSyncFan.get_timer() - Get any running timers, stores Timer DataClass in VeSyncFan.timer

VeSyncFan.set_timer(timer_duration=3000) - Set a timer for the device, only turns device off. Timer DataClass stored in VeSyncFan.timer

VeSyncFan.clear_timer() - Cancel any running timer

Levoit Vital 100S/200S Properties and Methods

The Levoit Vital 100S/200S has additional features not available on other models.

VeSyncFan.set_fan_speed - The manual fan speed that is currently set (remains constant when in auto/sleep mode)

VeSyncFan.fan_level - Returns the fan level purifier is currently operating on whether in auto/manual/sleep mode

VeSyncFan.light_detection - Returns the state of the light detection mode (True=On/False=off)

VeSyncFan.light_detection_state - Returns whether light is detected (True/False)

VeSyncFan.pet_mode() - Set pet mode NOTE: Only available on Vital 200S

VeSyncFan.set_auto_preference(preference='default', room_size=600) - Set the auto mode preference. Preference can be 'default', 'efficient' or quiet. Room size defaults to 600

VeSyncFan.set_light_detection_on() - Turn on light detection mode

VeSyncFan.set_light_detection_off() - Turn off light detection mode

Lights API Methods & Properties

Brightness Light Bulb Method and Properties

Compatible with all bulbs VeSyncBulb.brightness - Return brightness in percentage (1 - 100)

VeSyncBulb.set_brightness(brightness) - Set bulb brightness values from 1 - 100

Light Bulb Color Temperature Methods and Properties

NOTE: only compatible with ESL100CW and Valceno Bulbs, NOT compatible with ESL100MC Bulbs VeSyncBulb.color_temp_pct - Return color temperature in percentage (0 - 100)

VeSyncBulb.color_temp_kelvin - Return brightness in Kelvin

VeSyncBulb.set_color_temp(color_temp) - Set white temperature in percentage (0 - 100)

Multicolor Light Bulb Methods and Properties

Compatible with ESL100MC & Valceno Bulbs Properties VeSyncBulb.color - Returns a Dataclass with HSV and RGB attributes that are named tuples

VeSyncBulb.color.rbg = namedtuple('RGB', ['red', 'green', 'blue'])
VeSyncBulb.color.hsv = namedtuple('HSV', ['hue', 'saturation', 'value'])

VeSyncBulb.color_hsv - Returns a named tuple with HSV values

VeSyncBulb.color_rgb - Returns a named tuple with RGB values

VeSyncBulb.color_mode - Return bulb color mode (string values: 'white', 'color', 'hsv')

VeSyncBulb.color_hue - Return color hue (float values from 0.0 - 360.0)

VeSyncBulb.color_saturation - Return color saturation (float values from 0.0 - 100.0)

VeSyncBulb.color_value - Return color value (int values from 0 - 100)

The following properties are also still available for backwards compatibility VeSyncBulb.color_value_hsv - Return color value in HSV named tuple format (hue: float 0.0-360.0, saturation: float 0.0-100.0, value: float 0-100 )

VeSyncBulb.color_value_rgb - Return color value in RGB named tuple format (red: float, green: float, blue: float 0-255.0)

Methods VeSyncBulb.set_hsv(hue, saturation, value)

  • Set bulb color in HSV format
  • Arguments: hue (numeric) 0 - 360, saturation (numeric) 0-100, value (numeric) 0-100
  • Returns bool

VeSyncBulb.set_rgb(red, green, blue)

  • Set bulb color in RGB format
  • Arguments: red (numeric) 0-255, green (numeric) 0-255, blue (numeric) 0-255
  • Returns bool


  • Turn bulb to white mode - returns bool


  • Set bulb white temperature (int values from 0 - 100)
  • Setting this will automatically force the bulb into White mode

VeSyncBulb.set_status(brightness, color_temp, color_saturation, color_hue, color_mode color_value)

  • Set every property, in a single call
  • All parameters are optional

NOTE: Due to the varying API between bulbs, avoid setting the color_mode argument directly, instead set colors values with set_hsv or set_rgb to turn on color and use enable_white_mode() to turn off color.

Dimmable Switch Methods and Properties

VeSyncSwitch.brightness - Return brightness of switch in percentage (1 - 100)

VeSyncSwitch.indicator_light_status - return status of indicator light on switch

VeSyncSwitch.rgb_light_status - return status of rgb light on faceplate

VeSyncSwitch.rgb_light_value - return dictionary of rgb light color (0 - 255)

VeSyncSwitch.set_brightness(brightness) - Set brightness of switch (1 - 100)

VeSyncSwitch.indicator_light_on() - Turn indicator light on

VeSyncSwitch.indicator_light_off() - Turn indicator light off

VeSyncSwitch.rgb_color_on() - Turn rgb light on

VeSyncSwitch.rgb_color_off() - Turn rgb light off

VeSyncSwitch.rgb_color_set(red, green, blue) - Set color of rgb light (0 - 255)

Levoit Humidifier Methods and Properties

Humidifier Properties

The details dictionary contains all device status details

VeSyncHumid.details = {
    'humidity': 80, # percent humidity in room
    'mist_virtual_level': 0, # Level of mist output 1 - 9
    'mist_level': 0,
    'mode': 'manual', # auto, manual, sleep
    'water_lacks': False,
    'humidity_high': False,
    'water_tank_lifted': False,
    'display': False,
    'automatic_stop_reach_target': False,
    'night_light_brightness': 0

The configuration dictionary shows current settings

VeSyncHumid.config = {
    'auto_target_humidity': 80, # percent humidity in room
    'display': True, # Display on/off
    'automatic_stop': False

The LV600S has warm mist settings that show in the details dictionary in addition to the key/values above.

VeSyncLV600S.details = {
  'warm_mist_enabled': True,
  'warm_mist_level': 2

VeSyncHumid.humidity - current humidity level in room

VeSyncHumid.mist_level - current mist level

VeSyncHumid.mode - Mode of operation - sleep, off, auto/humidity

VeSyncHumid.water_lacks - Returns True if water is low

VeSyncHumid.auto_humidity - Target humidity for auto mode

VeSyncHumid.auto_enabled - Returns true if auto stop enabled at target humidity

Humidifer Methods

VeSyncHumid.automatic_stop_on() Set humidifier to stop at set humidity

VeSyncHumid.automatic_stop_off Set humidifier to run continuously

VeSyncHumid.turn_on_display() Turn display on

VeSyncHumid.turn_off_display() Turn display off

VeSyncHumid.set_humidity(30) Set humidity between 30 and 80 percent

VeSyncHumid.set_night_light_brightness(50) Set nightlight brightness between 1 and 100

VeSyncHumid.set_humidity_mode('sleep') Set humidity mode - sleep/auto

VeSyncHumid.set_mist_level(4) Set mist output 1 - 9

600S warm mist feature

VeSync600S.warm_mist_enabled - Returns true if warm mist feature is enabled

VeSync600S.set_warm_level(2) - Sets warm mist level

Cosori Devices

Cosori devices are found under the VeSync class attribute.

Cosori 3.7 and 5.8 Quart Air Fryer

The Cosori 3.7 and 5.8 Quart Air Fryer has several methods and properties that can be used to monitor and control the device.

This library splits the functionality and status into two classes that are both accessible from the device instance.

To maintain consistency of state, the update() method is called after each of the methods that change the state of the device.

There is also an instance attribute that can be set VeSyncAirFryer158.refresh_interval that will set the interval in seconds that the state of the air fryer should be updated before a method that changes state is called. This is an additional API call but is necessary to maintain state, especially when trying to pause or resume the device. Defaults to 60 seconds but can be set via:

# Change to 120 seconds before status is updated between calls
VeSyncAirFryer158.refresh_interval = 120

# Set status update before every call
VeSyncAirFryer158.refresh_interval = 0

# Disable status update before every call
VeSyncAirFryer158.refresh_interval = -1
Air Fryer Properties

All properties cannot be directly set, they must be set from the get_details() or methods that set the status. They can be set through the VeSyncAirFryer158.fryer_status dataclass but should be avoided. This separation of functionality and status is purposeful to avoid inconsistent states.

VeSyncAirFryer158.temp_unit - Temperature units of the device (fahrenheit or celsius)

VeSyncAirFryer158.current_temp - Current temperature in the defined temperature units. If device is not running, this defaults to None

VeSyncAirFryer158.cook_set_temp - Set temperature or target temperature for preheat

VeSyncAirFryer158.cook_last_time - The last minutes remaining returned from API for cook mode

VeSyncAirFryer158.preheat_last_time - The last minutes remaining returned from API for preheat mode

VeSyncAirFryer158.cook_status - Status of air fryer. This can be the following states:

  1. standby - Air fryer is off and no cook or preheat is in progress
  2. cooking - Air fryer is actively cooking
  3. cookStop - Cooking is paused and can be resumed
  4. cookEnd - Cooking is ended and can be resumed
  5. heating - Air fryer is preheating
  6. preheatStop - Preheat is paused and can be resumed
  7. heatEnd - Preheat is ended and cooking mode can be started with cook_from_preheat() method

VeSyncAirFryer158.is_heating - Returns true if air fryer is preheating

VeSyncAirFryer158.is_cooking - Returns true if air fryer is cooking

VeSyncAirFryer158.is_paused - Returns true if air fryer is paused and can be resumed

VeSyncAirFryer158.remaining_time - Returns minutes remaining based on timestamp of last API return when air fryer is running. Returns None if not running

VeSyncAirFryer158.fryer_status - Dataclass that contains the status of the air fryer. The attributes of this Dataclass are directly accessible from the VeSyncAirFryer158 properties and should not be directly set.

Air Fryer Methods

VeSyncAirFryer158.update() - Retrieve current status

VeSyncAirFryer158.cook(set_temp: int, set_time: int) - Set air fryer cook mode based on time and temp in defined units

VeSyncAirFryer158.set_preheat(target_temp: int, cook_time: int) - Set air fryer preheat mode based on time and temp in defined units

VeSyncAirFryer158.cook_from_preheat() - Start cook mode when air fryer is in preheatEnd state

VeSyncAirFryer158.pause() - Pause air fryer when in cooking or heating state

VeSyncAirFryer158.resume() - Resume air fryer when in cookStop or preheatStop state

VeSyncAirFryer158.end() - End cooking or preheating and return air fryer to standby state

Timer DataClass

This is the a Timer DataClass that is used in the get_timer() or set_timer() methods only implemented for Levoit Core 200S and 300S Air Purifier, will eventually integrate with remaining devices. This object is created when the device timer methods are called. The pause(), resume() and stop() methods for this DataClass only impact the timer locally and do not update the API.

from pyvesync.helpers import Timer

timer = Timer(timer_duration=60, id=1)

# Get time remaining in seconds
# Calculates based on timer elapsed each time property is called

# Get status

# Get action

# Set status - active or done
timer.status = 'active'

# set time remaining in seconds, does not edit status
timer.remaining_time = 120

# Pause timer - Does not update API - only pauses locally

# End timer -Does not update API - only ends locally

# Resume timer - Does not update API - only Resumes locally


The device.displayJSON() method outputs properties and status of the device

JSON Output for All Devices



  "Device Name": "Device 1",
  "Model": "Device Model",
  "Subdevice No": "1",
  "Status": "on",
  "Online": "online",
  "Type": "Device Type",

JSON Output for Outlets

  "Active Time": "1", # in minutes
  "Energy": "2.4", # today's energy in kWh
  "Power": "12", # current power in W
  "Voltage": "120", # current voltage
  "Energy Week": "12", # totaly energy of week in kWh
  "Energy Month": "50", # total energy of month in kWh
  "Energy Year": "89", # total energy of year in kWh

JSON Output for Dimmable Switch

This output only applies to dimmable switch. The standard switch has the default device JSON output shown above

  "Indicator Light": "on", # status of indicator light
  "Brightness": "50", # percent brightness
  "RGB Light": "on" # status of RGB Light on faceplate

JSON Output for Dimmable Bulb

# output for dimmable bulb
  # all default outputs plus...
  "Brightness": "50" # brightness in percent

JSON Output for Tunable Bulb

# output for tunable bulb
  # all default outputs plus...
  "Brightness": "50" # brightness in percent
  "Kelvin": "5400" # white temperature in Kelvin

JSON Output for Multicolor Bulb

# output for valceno multicolor bulb
  # all default outputs plus...
  "Brightness": "100", # brightness in percent (also used for color value in hsv mode)
  "WhiteTemperaturePct": "0", # white temperature in percent
  "WhiteTemperatureKelvin": "2700", # white temperature in Kelvin
  "ColorHSV": "hsv(hue=79.99, saturation=90.0, value=100)", # color definition in HSV model
  "ColorRGB": "rgb(red=178.5, green=255.0, blue=25.5)", # color definition in RGB model
  "ColorMode": "hsv" # color mode ( white / hsv )

JSON Output for Air Purifier

  "Active Time": "50", # minutes
  "Fan Level": "2", # fan level 1-3
  "Air Quality": "95", # air quality in percent
  "Mode": "auto",
  "Screen Status": "on",
  "Filter Life": "99" # remaining filter life in percent
  "Mode": "manual", # auto, manual, sleep
  "Humidity": 20, # percent
  "Mist Virtual Level": 6, # Mist level 1 - 9
  "Water Lacks": true, # True/False
  "Water Tank Lifted": true, # True/False
  "Display": true, # True/False
  "Automatic Stop Reach Target": true,
  "Night Light Brightness": 10, # 1 - 100
  "Auto Target Humidity": true, # True/False
  "Automatic Stop": true # True/False

JSON Output for Core200S Purifier

  "Device Name": "MyPurifier",
  "Model": "Core200S",
  "Subdevice No": "None",
  "Status": "on",
  "Online": "online",
  "Type": "wifi-air",
  "CID": "asd_sdfKIHG7IJHGwJGJ7GJ_ag5h3G55",
  "Mode": "manual",
  "Filter Life": "99",
  "Fan Level": "1",
  "Display": true,
  "Child Lock": false,
  "Night Light": "off",
  "Display Config": true,
  "Display_Forever Config": false

JSON Output for 400S Purifier

  "Device Name": "MyPurifier",
  "Model": "Core200S",
  "Subdevice No": "None",
  "Status": "on",
  "Online": "online",
  "Type": "wifi-air",
  "CID": "<CID>",
  "Mode": "manual",
  "Filter Life": "100",
  "Air Quality Level": "5",
  "Air Quality Value": "1",
  "Fan Level": "1",
  "Display": true,
  "Child Lock": false,
  "Night Light": "off",
  "Display Config": true,
  "Display_Forever Config": false

JSON Output for 600S Purifier

  "Device Name": "My 600s",
  "Model": "LAP-C601S-WUS",
  "Subdevice No": "None",
  "Status": "on",
  "Online": "online",
  "Type": "wifi-air",
  "CID": "<CID>",
  "Mode": "manual",
  "Filter Life": "98",
  "Air Quality Level": "5",
  "Air Quality Value": "1",
  "Fan Level": "3",
  "Display": true,
  "Child Lock": false,
  "Night Light": "off",
  "Display Config": true,
  "Display_Forever Config": false


More detailed data is available within the VesyncOutlet by inspecting the dictionary.

The object includes 3 nested dictionaries week, month, and year that contain detailed weekly, monthly and yearly data['week']['energy_consumption_of_today']['week']['cost_per_kwh']['week']['max_energy']['week']['total_energy']['week']['data'] # which itself is a list of values

Debug mode

To make it easier to debug, there is a debug argument in the VeSync method. This prints out your device list and any other debug log messages.

import pyvesync.vesync as vs

manager = vs.VeSync('user', 'pass', debug=True)
# Prints device list returned from Vesync

Redact mode

To make it easier to post logs online , there is a redact argument in the VeSync method. This redacts any sensitive information from the logs. The dafault is set to True

import pyvesync.vesync as vs

manager = vs.VeSync('user', 'pass', debug=True, redact=True)
# Prints device list returned from Vesync

Feature Requests

Before filing an issue to request a new feature or device, please ensure that you will take the time to test the feature throuroughly. New features cannot be simply tested on Home Assistant. A separate integration must be created which is not part of this library. In order to test a new feature, clone the branch and install into a new virtual environment.

mkdir python_test && cd python_test

# Check Python version is 3.8 or higher
python3 --version # or python --version or python3.8 --version
# Create a new venv
python3 -m venv pyvesync-venv
# Activate the venv on linux
source pyvesync-venv/bin/activate
# or ....
pyvesync-venv\Scripts\activate.ps1 # on powershell
pyvesync-venv\Scripts\activate.bat # on command prompt

# Install branch to be tested into new virtual environment
pip install git+

Test functionality with a script

import sys
import logging
import json
from pyvesync import VeSync

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)


def test_device():
    # Instantiate VeSync class and login
    manager = VeSync(USERNAME, PASSWORD, debug=True)
    if manager.login() == False:
        logger.debug("Unable to login")

    # Pull and update devices

    fan = None

    for dev in
        # Print all device info
        logger.debug(dev.device_name + "\n")

        # Find correct device
        if dev.device_name.lower() == DEVICE_NAME.lower():
            fan = dev

    if fan == None:
        logger.debug("Device not found")
        logger.debug("Devices found - \n %s", str(manager._dev_list))

    logger.debug('--------------%s-----------------' % fan.device_name)
    # Test all device methods and functionality
    # Test Properties
    logger.debug("Fan is on - %s", fan.is_on)
    logger.debug("Modes - %s", fan.modes)
    logger.debug("Fan Level - %s", fan.fan_level)
    logger.debug("Fan Air Quality - %s", fan.air_quality)
    logger.debug("Screen Status - %s", fan.screen_status)



    # Only on Vital 200S

    logger.debug("Set Fan Speed - %s", fan.set_fan_speed)
    logger.debug("Current Fan Level - %s", fan.fan_level)
    logger.debug("Current mode - %s", fan.mode)

    # Display all device info

if __name__ == "__main__":
    logger.debug("Testing device")

Device Requests

SSL pinning makes capturing packets much harder. In order to be able to capture packets, SSL pinning needs to be disabled before running an SSL proxy. Use an Android emulator such as Android Studio, which is available for Windows and Linux for free. Download the APK from APKPure or a similiar site and use Objection or Frida. Followed by capturing the packets with Charles Proxy or another SSL proxy application.

Be sure to capture all packets from the device list and each of the possible device menus and actions. Please redact the accountid and token from the captured packets. If you feel you must redact other keys, please do not delete them entirely. Replace letters with "A" and numbers with "1", leave all punctuation intact and maintain length.

For example:


  "tk": "abc123abc123==3rf",
  "accountId": "123456789",
  "cid": "abcdef12-3gh-ij"


  "tk": "AAA111AAA111==1AA",
  "accountId": "111111111",
  "cid": "AAAAAA11-1AA-AA"


All contributions are welcome.

This project is licensed under MIT.

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