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ioBroker.tahoma

An ioBroker adapter for Somfy Tahoma. This project has no affiliation with Somfy. Initially based on the script taken from https://forum.iobroker.net/post/336001 and forked from https://github.com/StrathCole/ioBroker.tahoma.

The adapter connects to the Tahomalink end user API and controls the devices. set up through Tahoma Box (and most likely Connexoon).
The adapter is not feature-complete, yet, but it should support most actions for controlling blinds and shutters etc.

Please also read the FAQ in case of issues first.

Currently tested devices

Generally, this adapter should support all devices that can be accessed via tahomalink.com, but for the adapter developer it is difficult to guarantee this. Mainly, because the documention of the used Somfy-API is (at least publically) non-existant and the developer can only test Somfy-devices which he owns himself, or is able to test with support of willing participants.

Devices that can be controlled via tahomalink.com usually are also supported by this adapter. This includes:

Device Support for Online API Support for Local API
Tahoma box
Connexoon ✓ (proof)
Tahoma Switch
Connectivity Kit ✓ (proof) ✗ (proof)

The following Somfy devices were verified to work with this adapter:

  • S&SO RS100 io
  • Oximo io
  • Sun sensor Sunis io
  • Temperature sensor io
  • Smoke Sensor io
  • Adapter Plug io

Configuration

The following configuration parameters are supported by the adapter.

Parameter (Default) value Description
Username <your Tahomalink user> Required to authenticate your Tahoma account.
Password <Your Tahomalink password> Required to authenticate your Tahoma account.
Polling interval 20000 Time (in milliseconds) after which the adapter will try to get new data from Tahomalink.
PIN of the Tahoma box format similar to 1234-5678-9012 Only for LocalAPI Unique PIN of your Tahoma box provided by Somfy. More infos on how to activate/use it here
Use MDNS false Only for LocalAPI If set to true will try to use mDNS to resolve local hostname of you Tahoma-Box. Might not be supported by all routers, hence it is deactivated by default.
Login Attempts 1 2 3 Amount of attempts to login again after login failure.
Delay between login attempts 1 2 30 Time (in seconds) to wait between login attempts.
Delay after failed login 1 2 120 Time (in seconds) to wait, after all consecutive login attempts have failed.
Delay before applyqueue retry 1 2 1500 Time (in milliseconds) to wait, before a second attempt is made to send changes from the internal apply queue to Tahoma, in case it got lost.

1 These configuration values are only visible and configurable in Admin 5 (new GUI), or later.

2 All values are related to login to Tahomalink, which is mostly a blackbox from development point of view. If you configure the numbers too low here, experience has shown that there is a good chance Somfy will temporarily lock your account, so lower default values here with care!

States

tahoma.X.location

The state in this tree contain the personal information of the user like city, street address and longitude/latitude.

tahoma.X.devices.*.deviceURL

This state contains the device URL that is used by Tahoma to identify the device.

tahoma.X.devices.*.commands

These states contain button commands for controlling the devices. Most devices will support commands like close and open but also some more.
Some of the commands have a :slow at the end if supported by the device. Using those enables low speed or so-called silent mode.

tahoma.X.devices.*.states

These states contain current status of the devices as follows. Some of the states have a :slow at the end if supported by the device. Setting those enables low speed or so-called silent mode.

Device state Editable Purpose/Description
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:DeploymentState Provides information about and controls the state of current deployment. 100 means fully deployed, 0 is undeployed. Not all devices have this value, some have ClosureState instead.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:TargetDeploymentState See tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:DeploymentState. Use this to e.g. change blind position directly.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.coreClosureState Provides information about and controls the state of current closure. 100 means fully closed, 0 is open. Not all devices have this value, some have DeploymentState instead.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:TargetClosureState See tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:ClosureState
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:OrientationState Provides information about and ocntrols the orientation (e. g. for shutters) of slats. Not all devices offer this value
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:TargetOrientationState See tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:OrientationState
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:NameState Contains the current name of the device.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:OpenClosedState Contains closed if the device is 100% closed or 0% deployed and open otherwise.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:PriorityLockTimerState If a sensor has locked the device this is stated here, e. g. a wind sensor blocking an awning.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:RSSILevelState The current signal quality of the device.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:StatusState available if the device is currently available.
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.io:PriorityLockLevelState See tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:PriorityLockTimerState
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.io:PriorityLockOriginatorState See tahoma.X.devices.*.states.core:PriorityLockTimerState
tahoma.X.devices.*.states.moving States if the device is currently moving. 0 = stopped, 1 = up/undeploy, 2 = down/deploy, 3 = unknown direction
Remark:
This only works reliable if connected to the Tahoma (not Local) API, since the Local API does not provide enough action-event updates to compute this state correctly. core:MovingState should work in both cases though.

Changelog

See Changelog.

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2020-2023 Marius Burkard & Excodibur

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