Are the Monoprice STITCH switches supported?
The Smart In-Wall Dimmer Switch allows you to remotely control your incandescent, dimmable LED, and CFL lamp fixtures and lights on or off and adjust the brightness when at home or on the road, using your Android™ or iOS® smartphone or...
I see no reference to them in the forum so guessing not?
I could find nothing on their web site pointing to a published API so it looks like we have to wait for someone to reverse engineer the API.
Looks like these are made by Tuya.
This might get you started.
I spent the last few days searching through the forum to get some Tuya-Bulbs (they usually sell as “Smart life”) working in OH2.
I noticed that it is hard for a beginner to get this done, because all information is spreaded in different threads and postings, so I decided to put it all together in a step-by-step walk through here.
I also found a rather elegant way to get the essential Tuya parameters (Tuya ID and LocalKey) which I also want to share here.
Furthermore, I found…
Has anyone had any luck or progress with using Tuya-MQTT method on Monoprice devices?
The MP stuff is extremely inexpensive in comparison to typical GE/Aeon/etc devices, so it would be great to understand 1) if the above method even works, and 2) how reliable the MP stuff is.
More information on the forum to review…
Here is a simple script, items and rules to control Tuya switches. Quite a few chinese switches are simply rebranded Tuya devices.
I’ve used an existing nodejs script and just added a wrapper so you can more easily use it from openhab. The existing example is a Temperature control setup. When it’s too cold the switch turns on, etc.
It’s all relatively easy except for the configuration part where you need to perform a MITM attack to get the key. (And that was way easier than I expected).