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LG SmartThinQ API client for Korean

Project description

A library for interacting with the “LG SmartThinq” system, which can control heat pumps and such. I reverse-engineered the API from their mobile app.

To try out the API, there is a simple command-line tool included here, called example.py. To use it, provide it with a country and language code via the -c and -l flags, respectively:

$ git clone https://github.com/gugu927/wideq.git $ cd wideq

$ python3 example.py -c KR -l ko-KR

LG accounts seem to be associated with specific countries, so be sure to use the one with which you originally created your account. For Korean, for example, you’d use -c KR -l ko-KR.

On first run, the script will ask you to log in with your LG account. Logging in with Google does not seem to work, but other methods (plain email & password, Facebook, and Amazon) do.

By default, the example just lists the devices associated with your account. You can also specify one of several other commands:

  • ls: List devices (the default).
  • mon <ID>: Monitor a device continuously, printing out status information until you type control-C. Provide a device ID obtained from listing your devices.
  • washer-mon <ID>: Like mon, but only for WASHER devices—prints out specific washer-related information in a more readable form.
  • dryer-mon <ID>: Like mon, but only for DRYER devices—prints out specific dryer-related information in a more readable form.
  • dehum-mon <ID>: Like mon, but only for DEHUMIDIFIER devices—prints out dehumidifier-related information in a more readable form.
  • ac-mon <ID>: Like mon, but only for AC devices—prints out specific climate-related information in a more readable form.
  • set-temp <ID> <TEMP>: Set the target temperature for an AC device.
  • turn <ID> <ONOFF>: Turn an AC device on or off. Use “on” or “off” as the second argument.
  • ac-config <ID>: Print out some configuration information about an AC device.

Credits

This is by [GuGu927][andy]. The license is [MIT][]. I also made a [Home Assistant component][hass-smartthinq] that uses wideq.

This library originated from [Adrian Sampson][sampson]

[hass-smartthinq]: https://github.com/gugu927/hass-smartthinq [andy]: https://github.com/gugu927 [mit]: https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT [sampson]: https://github.com/sampsyo/wideq

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