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python library for the zigate gateway (zigbee) http://zigate.fr

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zigate

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Python library for ZiGate. This library manage communication between python and zigate key, both USB and WiFi key are supported.

ZiGate is an universal gateway compatible with a lot of ZigBee device (like Xiaomi, Philipps Hue, Ikea, etc).

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Getting Started

Installation

To install simply do:

pip3 install zigate

Or if you've planned to use mqtt

pip3 install zigate[mqtt]

Usage

# if you want logging
import logging
logging.basicConfig()
logging.root.setLevel(logging.DEBUG)

import zigate
z = zigate.connect(port=None) # Leave None to auto-discover the port

print(z.get_version())
OrderedDict([('major', 1), ('installer', '30c'), ('rssi', 0), ('version', '3.0c')])

print(z.get_version_text())
3.0c

# refresh devices list
z.get_devices_list()

# start inclusion mode
>>> z.permit_join()
>>> z.is_permitting_join()
True

# list devices
>>> z.devices
[Device 677c , Device b8ce , Device 92a7 , Device 59ef ]
>>> z.devices[0].addr
'677c'

# get all discovered endpoints
>>> z.devices[0].endpoints
{1: {
  'clusters': {0: Cluster 0 General: Basic,
   1026: Cluster 1026 Measurement: Temperature,
   1027: Cluster 1027 Measurement: Atmospheric Pressure,
   1029: Cluster 1029 Measurement: Humidity},
  }}


# get well known attributes
>>> for attribute in z.devices[0].properties:
     print(attribute)
{'data': 'lumi.weather', 'name': 'type', 'attribute': 5, 'value': 'lumi.weather'}
{'data': '0121c70b0421a8010521090006240100000000642932096521851c662bd87c01000a210000', 'name': 'battery', 'value': 3.015, 'unit': 'V', 'attribute': 65281}
{'data': -1983, 'name': 'temperature', 'value': -19.83, 'unit': '°C', 'attribute': 0}
{'data': 9779, 'name': 'pressure2', 'value': 977.9, 'unit': 'mb', 'attribute': 16}
{'data': 977, 'name': 'pressure', 'value': 977, 'unit': 'mb', 'attribute': 0}
{'data': 4484, 'name': 'humidity', 'value': 44.84, 'unit': '%', 'attribute': 0}

# get specific property
>>> z.devices[0].get_property('temperature')
{'data': -1983,
 'name': 'temperature',
 'value': -19.83,
 'unit': '°C',
 'attribute': 0}

 # call action on devices
 z.action_onoff('b8ce', 1, zigate.ON)

 or from devices
 z.devices[1].action_onoff(zigate.ON)

Callback

We use pydispatcher for callback

from zigate import dispatcher

def my_callback(sender, signal, **kwargs):
    print(sender)  # zigate instance
    print(signal)  # one of EVENT
    print(kwargs)  # contains device and/or attribute changes, etc

dispatcher.connect(my_callback, zigate.ZIGATE_ATTRIBUTE_UPDATED)

z = zigate.connect()

# to catch any events
dispatcher.connect(my_callback, dispatcher.Any)

event can be :

zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_ADDED
zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_UPDATED
zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_REMOVED
zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_RENAMED
zigate.ZIGATE_ATTRIBUTE_ADDED
zigate.ZIGATE_ATTRIBUTE_UPDATED
zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_NEED_REFRESH

kwargs depends of the event type:

  • for zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_ADDED kwargs contains device.
  • for zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_UPDATED kwargs contains device.
  • for zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_REMOVED kwargs contains addr (the device short address).
  • for zigate.ZIGATE_DEVICE_RENAMED kwargs contains old_addr and new_addr (used when re-pairing an already known device).
  • for zigate.ZIGATE_ATTRIBUTE_ADDED kwargs contains device and discovered attribute.
  • for zigate.ZIGATE_ATTRIBUTE_UPDATED kwargs contains device and updated attribute.

Wifi ZiGate

WiFi ZiGate is also supported:

import zigate
z = zigate.connect(host='192.168.0.10')

# or if you want to set the port
z = zigate.connect(host='192.168.0.10:1234')

MQTT Broker

This requires paho-mqtt. It could be install as a dependency with pip3 install zigate[mqtt]

python3 -m zigate.mqtt_broker --device auto --mqtt_host localhost:1883

Add --mqtt_username and --mqtt_password as arguments and allow them to be used to establish connection to the MQTT broker.

The broker publish the following topics: zigate/device_changed/[addr]

Payload example :

'zigate/device_changed/522a'
{"addr": "522a", "endpoints": [{"device": 0, "clusters": [{"cluster": 1026, "attributes": [{"value": 22.27, "data": 2227, "unit": "\u00b0C", "name": "temperature", "attribute": 0}]}, {"cluster": 1027, "attributes": [{"value": 977, "data": 977, "unit": "mb", "name": "pressure", "attribute": 0}, {"value": 977.7, "data": 9777, "unit": "mb", "name": "pressure2", "attribute": 16}, {"data": -1, "attribute": 20}]}, {"cluster": 1029, "attributes": [{"value": 35.03, "data": 3503, "unit": "%", "name": "humidity", "attribute": 0}]}], "profile": 0, "out_clusters": [], "in_clusters": [], "endpoint": 1}], "info": {"power_source": 0, "ieee": "158d0002271c25", "addr": "522a", "id": 2, "rssi": 255, "last_seen": "2018-02-21 09:41:27"}}

zigate/device_removed. Payload example :

{"addr": "522a"}

zigate/attribute_changed/[addr]/[endpoint]/[cluster]/[attribute] payload is changed attribute. Payload example :

'zigate/attribute_changed/522a/01/0403/0010'
{"cluster": 1027, "value": 978.5, "data": 9785, "attribute": 16, "unit": "mb", "endpoint": 1, "addr": "522a", "name": "pressure2"}

You can send command to zigate using the topic zigate/command payload should be:

{"function": "function_name", "args": ["optional","args","list"]}

# example to start permit join
payload = '{"function": "permit_join"}'
client.publish('zigate/command', payload)

The broker will publish the result using the topic "zigate/command/result". Payload example :

{"function": "permit_join", "result": 0}

All the zigate functions can be call:

# turn on endpoint 1
payload = '{"function": "action_onoff", "args": ["522a", 1, 1]}'
client.publish('zigate/command', payload)

# turn off endpoint 1
payload = '{"function": "action_onoff", "args": ["522a", 1, 0]}'
client.publish('zigate/command', payload)

Flasher

Python tool to flash your Zigate (Jennic JN5168)

Thanks to Sander Hoentjen (tjikkun) we now have a flasher ! Original repo

Flasher Usage

usage: python -m zigate.flasher [-h] -p PORT [-w WRITE] [-s SAVE]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -p PORT, --serialport PORT
                        Serial port, e.g. /dev/ttyUSB0
  -w WRITE, --write WRITE
                        Firmware bin to flash onto the chip
  -s SAVE, --save SAVE  File to save the currently loaded firmware to

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