[OBSOLETE] Netatmo Weather Station

that integration you see is for the netatmo thermostat, and it is the one that was done by Netatmo, but it is completely useless having an update every 6 hours. I have integrated the weather station with a community DH, but nothing will work anymore when groovy will be closed

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Any updates here @nayelyz ? Netatmo is one of the few ways (maybe the only way?) to get a sound monitor into smartthings so a lot of my automations are going to break when groovy ends as things stand.

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I’m also relying on netatmo indoor modules witn my routines… netatmo has an api which looks like easy to use.

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Sorry for the delay, I haven’t received feedback so far, I’ll remind the team about this.

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Also hoping to see Netatmo added back as supported. Using them in a few of my routines.

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I also tried to ask Natatmo’s assistance, but they just say that they provide open APIs and every developer can use them to make the integrations they want.
I’m really sorry that such an expensive and functional product can no longer be implemented in Smartthings. I’d really like it if the smartthings techs could reinstate them, or if some private developer alternatively could. I really have no idea how to do it unfortunately.
These are the Netatmo API: Netatmo Connect | Weather API Documentation

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Its not that hard to use but the auth code changes frequently. Its not like with smartthings.

With postman I’m able to do a get request and get date from the station. I know there is a http request edge driver but you need a always on device to run a server. Will they be compatible with matter that you know?

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I’ve found this on reddit :https://www.reddit.com/r/tasker/comments/787p1c/help_getting_data_from_netatmo_weather_station/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=mweb

With tasker and autotools you could use the netatmo api. In the thread is a step by step explanation on how. Somehow I dont get it to work.

I I managed to get it working.
With tasker I GET the data from my weather stations with the Netatmo Api. Thereafter I use Tasker and the Rules API to POST the data, temperature and humidity, to a Vegdge Temp sensor. Tasker does this automatically every 5 minute. The Netatmo api updates only every 10 min so that should also be fine.

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Kudos for finding a solution, but I don’t like having to use tasker on a phone to bridge.

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Its not ideal but it works for now. However I’m investigating whether I can run an app myself on a free server.

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I have a Nas Synology turned on, but I don’t know how to do it.

With a nas its possible to host your own server. You also can use the edge bridge server. I’m gonna use open AI Gpt to write the code haha.

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I’m using TAustin’s edgeWeather driver at the moment to pull my Netatmo data from Wunderground. Would it be possible to use a combination of your solution and his edge driver to pull the data directly from Netatmo and cut out the middlemen (Wunderground and MeteoWare Plus)?

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I’m not a programmer, I don’t know where to start, but I’ll follow the story :sweat_smile::+1:

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I got a Synology NAS as well, but not great at coding… so very interrested in anyone doing a new guide and code for anything Smarthing x Netamo related. I had “old” code installed and I guess with the ST/webCore shutdown that’s now all dead in the water.

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Considering how long Netamo has been operating and the number of units they got out there, I would deeply appreciate more formal support seeing they do have that open API avaible. Personall I used webcore for this in the past, but I learned recently that’s no longer the path forward.

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@nayelyz any updates about the netatmo integration into smartthings? Will it work with matter?