An open source device for controlling your smart home.
Works seamlessly with Home Assistant.
- 2.9" e-paper display
- 6 trigger buttons, multiple press support
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- Less than 1 second from button press to triggered action (depending on your network)
- Temperature & humidity sensor
- Power options: Battery, USB-C, 5V DC
- Greater than 1 year battery life
- USB-C charging
- Compact size: 87 x 87 x 23 mm
How It Works
Always forgetting which button triggers which automation?
With Home Buttons you can assign a short label to each button.
The device uses an e-paper display, which enables the labels to be shown permanently, without consuming any power.
The labels can be changed directly in Home Assistant. You also define what happens when a button is pressed in Home Assistant.
Home Buttons communicates with Home Assistant via the MQTT protocol on a local network. No cloud required.
Device's page in Home Assistant:
Where To Get
You can buy Home Buttons on Tindie or Lectronz.
Set up you device with the help of Getting Started guide.
- The software is open source and licensed under the GNU GPLv3.
- The hardware is open source and licensed under the CERN-OHL-S-2.0.