Fibaro HC3 (v5.040 or greater)

Fibaro HC2

✅Fibaro HCL

The Harmony Hub plugin will quickly add your activities to your Fibaro controller.

* Before you being this process, please ensure that you have connected your Harmony Hub to your home WiFi, and have then setup activities in the Harmony app, and also enabled the XMPP access as per this article. Also note this plugin will only work if the Harmony Hub device is on the same subnet (network) as the automationbridge. This plugin will not work across different VLANS/subnets.

This guide assumes that you have already purchased the Harmony Hub plugin from within the automationbridge interface, and that your bridge is running firmware version 0.381 or higher.

Step 1 - Navigate to the Plugins page and click Add under the Harmony Hub image.

Step 2 - The plugin will then be enabled, and then you will be prompted to reboot the bridge to fully enable the plugin/service.

Step 3 - Once the automationbridge has rebooted, navigate back to the Network Devices/Plugins page and click the Settings icon under the Harmony Hub image.

Step 4 - The available hubs will then be listed at the top of this page. Click on the Sync Activities button, this will then check what activities are available on the Hub, and then automatically add them into your Fibaro Controller.

Step 5 - The automationbridge will then confirm the list of activities found, and added to your Fibaro Controller.

The plugin setup is now complete, and you will find the new activities in your Fibaro HC2/HCL Controller, and via the home page of the automationbridge you will be able to enable these for voice control. If you use the Fibaro HC3 controller see further down.

You can now assign to the correct room, and update the icons as required.

To use the activities in scenes, you can either add then into the graphic block scenes like so, this example turns off the activity at 11pm each night.

or if you use LUA coding for your scenes, you can use the following

ON : fibaro:call({ID}, "pressButton", "1")

OFF : fibaro:call({ID}, "pressButton", "2")

If you are using the Fibaro HC3 controller, these activities will appear as a native switch device, which can be included in scenes etc, for example.