expired Xiaomi Mi Smart Wi-Fi Remote Control Multi-Functional Gateway US $18.49 (AU $24.36) Delivered @ LightInTheBox

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Xiaomi Mi Smart Wi-Fi Remote Control Multi-Functional Gateway US $18.49 (AU $24.36) Delivered @ LightInTheBoxAffiliate

$1.12 US cheaper than last deal and $1.20 US Cheaper than this one

AU$ based on current exchange rate. Remember to pay in USD with a Paypal linked card set to use it's own currency conversion to avoid their high conversion fees.

No coupon needed, Price is $18.49USD/$24.36AUD

Includes Free tracked shipping
Ships in 24 hours according to the listing
limited quantity: 100

This original Xiaomi smart home multifunctional Network can be used as a connected model for home appliances and a hub to connect these devices.
Measure thing such as temperature, movement, light and sound, while connected with other Xiaomi smart home devices.
Support online radio, timing auto turn on / off.
Built-in light sensor, 16 millions variable colors night light auto turn on when in low light conditions.
Connect with Xiaomi Door Sensor, Smart Bell, Smart IP Camera, Temperature Sensor to get more functions.

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  • +2 votes

    can it work with google home?

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    Is there a way to use this as a front door bell, as in the description it does mention something about his smart bell but I cannot seem to find any information on this?

    • +3 votes

      If you also buy an additional smart button you can use the button outside as the door bell trigger and the gateway indoors and plugged into a wall outlet as the chime. The pair can be configured using the mi home app.

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    any codes for the MIjia Sign Pen?

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    is this different and how so to the one in the recent kits sold by this store?

    • +3 votes

      The kit came with some other devices AND the gateway. This seems to be just the gateway itself.

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        yeah I know it came with other devices..

        I question was more to do if they gateway are both same model?

        if it is, then I this gateway alone is not as good value as getting the entire kit

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    Anyone got any codes for the Xiaomi Soocare x3 black?

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    Is this version 1 or two.

  • +1 vote

    Really hope more Xioami home automation products become Google Assistant compatible in time.

    I'm starting to like the idea of home automation (was totally against it previously) but dislike the idea of using multiple platforms/software.

    • +1 vote

      (i always say this), if your reasonably computer savvy try home-assistant.io . This software will 'talk' to the majority of devices

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        I'm relatively tech savvy. Just really time poor to spend learning it all and setting it up. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll look into it.

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          Yep it takes a while, but well worth it in the end

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          @jackwoz: I spent a few hours on Sunday evening configuring my home assistant to work with my gateway & switches & google home.

          Adding all of the devices was pretty easy, got a bit stuck on programming automations.

          What i'm trying to figure out now is having a single automation so any switches in a group can toggle on/off a light.

        • +1 vote

          @impoze: Hi Impoze, sadly the automations part of it (programming) is where you will spend most of your life. Having said that doing what you need to do is the first automation most people will do, and one of the easiest once you get your head around it.

          Here is an extract from : https://home-assistant.io/components/binary_sensor.xiaomi_aq...

          • alias: Toggle dining light on single press
            trigger:
            platform: event
            event_type: click
            event_data:
            entity_id: binary_sensor.switch_158d000xxxxxc2
            click_type: single
            action:
            service: switch.toggle
            entity_id: switch.wall_switch_left_158d000xxxxx01

          EDIT: Looks like it has ruined the formatting so please copy from the original source

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          @impoze: Im not sure how to configure a group to toggle a light but you can have multiple entity_id's

          eg.

          entity_id: binary_sensor.switch_158d000xxxxxc2, binary_sensor.switch_1581320xxxxxc3, binary_sensor.switch_15122320xxxxxc3

          I should have read your post correctly. And you want to toggle a light so the action would be:
          action:
          - service: light.toggle
          entity_id: light.gateway_light_34ce00xxxx11

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          @jackwoz: Thanks,

          This is what I have at the moment.

          I'll try the multiple entity thing then I get home.

          Woudl it be
          entitiy_id: binary_sensor.switch_158d000xxxxxc2#1
          entity_id: binary_sensor.switch_158d000xxxxxc2#2

          or binary_sensor.switch_158d000xxxxxc2#1, binary_sensor.switch_158d000xxxxxc2#2,

          as you commented above?

          Thanks

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          @impoze: Yep the second one (separated by commas) if you want to use just one automation

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          @jackwoz: thanks

          are you using mac or pc? seems like setting up SSH with puttygen is a lot easier to do.

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          @impoze: Im using PC, but use putty for direct actions with the HASS service. If im editing the configuration and automation YAML, i use notepad++ with a plugin so i can edit them locally without having to use nano etc in linux

        • +1 vote

          @impoze: Just to follow up on tunrning a group on and off use:

          service: homeassistant.toggle
          entity_id: group.living_room

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          @jackwoz: thanks,

          will give this a go when I get home.

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          @impoze: worked for toggling all the lights in a group,

          Don't think it works for a group of switches since they are single/double/hold clicks?

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    Hi all, i just noticed it is cheaper now ..

    @ $17.56

    just grabbed one :)