Yes, the sensor will be supported.
I’m currently reverse engineering the communication protocol between Hub and device (and vv).
@Marcel_Visser I didn’t see yet an uption to update Zigbee based Xiaomi / Aqara devices… nor that it was discussed before on one of the fora where these devices are being discussed… so from that perspective I would not suggest to invest in a hub.
Could be that I missed some though… if so, please let me know which devices are reported to be firmware updateable…
Yesterday, two of my aqara door/window sensors stopped working. I force removed them from homey and tried to re-pair them, but this does not seem to work. Also changed the battery with one from a still working sensor. The blue light starts to blink after a 3 sec press of the reset button, but pairing fails. Any idea what I’m doing wrong here?
Problem solved. Removed the battery for a few minutes. After that I could pair the sensors again. Pairing however started with a single button press instead of a 3 sec press as mentioned in the pairing wizzard. Ah well they work again
Hi. I have a several Aqara Human Body Sensor in my setup and love them, but three of them only trigger the motion alarm on the right half. I can stand do jumping jacks on the left half without alarm, but at once when i cross to the right side it triggers instantly. Been googleing to see if anybody have had the same problem without luck, but this might be the right place to ask … Have i been extremly unlucky and gotten three duds (strange since xiaomi QC should be rather good) or is this a known thing?
Yes, I’m currently finalizing the code the code for a start- (and stop-) level change dim card to be implemented for the Fibaro Dimmer-2 (and 1) and the dimmers in my app (MCOHome and LogicHome) this will make it possible to easily link the “key held” and “key released” triggers to respectively start- and stop- level change.
One additional note: for the hack you mentioned, you do need the Aqara wireless switch with gyro (supporting key held and release)
Good to hear the problems are solved. Could you create a (small) Github issue for the difference in pairing instructions? Typically I use the same instructions as the Xiaomi hub provides…
but in some occasions, I already noticed that they are simply not correct. For the Cube you are supposed to swing the Cube hard, but that never worked… Thanks.
Never heard about this specific issue… Did you order them out of the same batch / shipment? Could be that the package was dropped during shipment… I would contact the seller and ask for a warranty replacement