I live in a small house of 25 square meters, my mission is to transform this space into the smartest student studio that can exist. On this page you can find what I use in terms of integration, add-ons and hardware. Also check out Github because you will find all of my code there.
If one of the links no longer works, let me know!
Below is a selection of the most important devices that I use in my house.
|1.||Zigbee hub||Conbee II stick|
|2.||Lights||Ikea tradfri lights – All types of fittings|
|3.||Media / Assistant||Google Home|
|4.||Media hub / Remote||Logitech Harmony Hub companion|
|5.||Sensors||Xiaomi Temperature & Humidity Sensors|
|6.||Sensors||Xiaomi Window Door Sensors|
|7.||Sensors||Xiaomi Motion Sensors|
|8.||Curtains||Xiaomi Curtains with track and motor|
|9.||Button||Xiaomi Smart switch|
|10.||Lights||Blitzwolf BW-LT11 led strips|
Below is the hardware that I use to run Home Assistant. Many beginners always start with a Raspberry Pi, but with an eye on the future, an Intel Nuc is definitely recommended and you already have a complete set for € 250.
I am not quite sure how I will name all integrations, there are many. For the time being, it’s best to look at Github.
Home Assistant is a large open source project, which means that every integration was once offered as Pull Requrest on Github to merge as native integration into Home Assistant. If an integration exists but it is not already native to Home Assistant, we speak of a custom integration, which you must load sideways into a separate folder.
|Nr.||Custom Integration||Github Page||On my Github|
|1.||Breaking Changes||Github Repo||Github Code|
|2.||Google Geocode||Github Repo||Github Code|
|3.||Google Keep||Github Repo|
|4.||Gpodder||Github Repo||Github Code|
|5.||Hacs||Github Repo||Github Code|
Add-ons for Hass.io
|2.||Hass.io Google Drive backup||Community Page||Github|
|6.||SSH & Web Terminal||Community Page||Github|
|7.||Samba share||Add-on Page||Github|
|8.||Visual Studio Code||Community Page||Github|
For now you can find all my used lovelace cards on Github.