Hubitat Bridge  

Developer: Autolog's Plugins
Category: Hubs and Protocol Bridges
Github: Github Repo
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Plugin ID: com.autologplugin.indigoplugin.hubitat
Latest release: v2022.0.5 released on July 15, 2022
Release downloaded: 8 times
Requires: Indigo v2022.1.0 or higher
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This Hubitat_Bridge enables a bridge between Indigo and Hubitat Elevation Hubs and provides hybrid support for Tasmota plug sockets..

Release details
Released on: July 15, 2022
Requires: Indigo v2022.1.0+
Downloaded: 8 times 
Changes in this release

Added user selectable support for MQTT v3.1.1 protocol (now the default) in order to bring this plugin up-to-date and to make it compatible with the Indigo MQTT Broker plugin.

Minor code tidying and bug fixes.

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Released on: July 3, 2022
Requires: Indigo v2022.1.0+
Downloaded: 4 times 
Changes in this release

Add support for Presence Sensor as Primary Device Minor improvements including suppression of being able to create secondary devices (Indigo 2022.1.2 +) Bug fixes Code tidying

Release details
Released on: April 20, 2022
Requires: Indigo v2022.1.0+
Downloaded: 6 times 
Changes in this release

2022.0.1 Release corrects logging message error and export device filtering.

Hubitat Bridge converted to Python3 for Indigo 2022.1+

Possibility to export Indigo devices to Hubita for discovery by the Hubitat MQTT App (pre-29 minimum version required)

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Released on: Jan. 4, 2022
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
Downloaded: 2 times 
Changes in this release

Handle alternate MQTT Message format for on | off

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Released on: Nov. 14, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
Changes in this release

As release title.

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Released on: Oct. 27, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
Downloaded: 0 times 
Changes in this release

Added in Humidity as an additional state or secondary device on a Motion Sensor; It was already supported for a multi-sensor.

Minor bug fix

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Released on: Sept. 19, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
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Changes in this release

Further extend Humidity change in version 0.5.8 to enable Humidity to be a Primary device. Enable this also for Illuminance. + Clarification on ungrouped secondary device deletion required message + Bug fixes

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Released on: Aug. 24, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
Downloaded: 1 times 
Changes in this release

Add new action 'Set White Level / Temperature' to enable independent control of a device's White Level and White Temperature. Miscellaneous bug fixes. Fix a bug introduced in 0.5.6 that rendered Tasmota plugs inoperable via the plugin :(

Release details
Released on: Aug. 19, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
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Changes in this release

Make it more obvious that MQTT might not be running when the plugin attempts to connect to MQTT and fails

This release incorporates changes from pre-release version 0.5.3:

  • Handle Aqara Buttons which have a larger button count.
  • Bug fix.
Release details
Released on: July 9, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
Downloaded: 3 times 
Changes in this release

Power reporting has been updated for the Hubitat Elevation Outlet device and added to the Tasmota Outlet device.

You can specify the Power Units, Power Decimal Places, Minimum reporting Level and Reporting Power Hysteresis. The Tasmota Outlet also supports accumulated totals and you can specify the Power Units and Decimal Places for this.

The Minimum Reporting Level is used to disable logging if the reported power level is below this value. The one exception is that if the previous value was above the minimum level, then it will be reported. The Hysteresis is used to prevent reporting if the updated power value doesn't exceed the hysteresis boundaries i.e. if the hysteresis is set to 6 and the previously reported power was 100 watts, then the new value will only get reported if the new value is <= 97 or >= 103. You can set optimum values to suppress excessive reporting from "chatty" devices.

Please note that the Indigo device is still updated even if the above logic doesn't report the update to the Indigo Event log.

The above is defined in the Indigo Device definition s for the associated devices.

The MQTT component has been updated to the latest release of Eclipse/Paho.

Minor code tidying and bug fixes.

Release details
Released on: July 7, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
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Changes in this release

Now handles disconnects and reconnects to the MQTT Broker correctly and recovers sessions when the MQTT Broker is restarted. Minor Bug fixes.

Release details
Released on: June 26, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
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Changes in this release

New config option 'MQTT CLIENT PREFIX' to handle situation where computer name is not accessible. Added in processing to ensure that Tasmota devices status is more accurately reflected at plugin startup. Minor bug fixes.

Release details
Released on: June 21, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
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Changes in this release

Further Indigo 2021.1 related subtype enhancements Correct handling of HE device subtypes: secondary devices were being created when HE properties weren't either available or selected.

Release details
Released on: June 18, 2021
Requires: Indigo v2021.1.0 thru v2022.1
Changes in this release

First production release of the Hubitat Bridge plugin which enables communication and control between Indigo and Hubitat Elevation via MQTT.

Hybrid direct support via MQTT of Tasmota Athome UK plugs (may also support non-uk but not tested).

Requirements

This won't run on an Indigo version less than Indigo 2021.1.