Seems like the issue is in your spa which doesn’t have a connection to the internet
But I cant load the app in Homey either
That would make sense as your SPA is not available.
when trying to connect to Balboa
So you are sayng the paring process doesnt start?
Can you try via the webapp?
it is not using the controlmyspa app but using the logon option from aliexpress and an own app. I contacted them already to get more info but like a lot of chinese stuff that is created one time no response whatsover. Lets see if stuf is http instead of https so we can go on from there.
All spa’s from fonteyn (passion spa’s) are now over to this control box as of 2022.
If it’s not the same as the controlmyspa app then this app cannot be used with it. that would require a completely different Homey app.
New app update (live: 1.5.1):
1. NEW: add condition flowcards
2. FIX: temperature ranges
Online status is (true|false) . Heater is in (ready|rest) mode. Pump (1|2|3) is (on|off) . Blower (1|2|3) is (on|off) . Light is (on|off) .
Hi, I’m using the Spa Control - BWA app to control my Balboa Spa. Spa Control - BWA on the App Store
How can I connect my spa to Homey?
I think that’s different from the controlmyspa integration.
Can you check if this works for you?
@Stian_Vaag Just did a check
The BWA app uses a different module and integration than the ControlMySpa integration.
As it is not part of this app I would suggest to create a app request in: Homey Pro Community App Requests
This app is specifically for the ControlyMySpa integration and there’s no plan to implement any other SPA’s in this app than ControlyMySpa
Tody after months it was installed and delivered. The module is this one:
The device name on the network starts with network name: ESP_553C92 and mac adres 8c:aa:b5:55:3c:92.
I have a heater on wifi from Eurom with the same range mac adresses and looking in the eurom and joyoway app it seems from the same vender as a lot of iot device are from with Ali authentication service on it. seems like it is from TUYA iot but not shure yet. Seems to work the same as balboa, ap to connect, configure own wifi on 2.4 only, connect and management by lan or true cloud.
Will try to get some wireshark going on to see all data handled.