April 26, 2018. Added support for the HS220 Dimming Switch.
January 30, 2018. Update to Version 2. Changes
a. Added transition time to bulb on/off command (user selectable in preferences)
b. Fixed Energy Monitor to accommodate HS110(AU) data formats.
c. Commonized menus between Hub and Cloud versions.
d. Updated naming conventions to function based, supporting TP-Link’s expanding product line.
e. Changed naming conventions to support GitHub integration.
Upgrade Recommendation: Do not recommend upgrade unless you need to add device models not in previous baseline.
HS100, HS105, HS200 - verified on exact device.
HS110 - previous version verified by other users.
HS115 - future product, same control as HS110.
KP100 - assumed same control as HS100.
HS210 - assumed same control as HS200.
LB100, LB110 - previous version verified by other users.
LB200, KB100 - assumed same control as LB100
LB120 - verified on exact device.
LB130 - verified on exact device
KB130, LB230 - assumed same control as LB130.
NEW: HS200 - awaiting confirmation from user.
There two options for TP-Link SmartThings Integration. Both provide control of the devices and energy monitor for capable devices.
Important Note: This integration has not been tested with the new Samsung SmartThings Application (formerly Samsung Connect). It was designed, integrated, and tested using what is now called the SmartThings Classic application. If you succeed in installation and running on the new app, Please add comments on this blog. Old users - do not upgrade to the new SmartThings App until the SmartThings staff says that upgrades are ready.
a. CLOUD-BASED: Integration of the TP-Link Plugs, Switches, and Bulbs through a SmartThings to TP-LInk cloud interface. Requires a TP-Link account as well as a SmartThings IDE account. Detailed installation instructions are provided. Below is the link to the Cloud-based version:
b. HUB-BASED: Integration of the TP-Link Plugs, Switches, and Bulbs through a SmartThings to YOUR HUB interface. Requires an always-on Hub (PC, Raspberry) running Node.js and a SmartThings IDE account. Detailed installation instructions are provided. Below is the link to the Hub-based version:
02-19-2018. Update Energy Monitor versions of the device handlers to accommodate devices that maintain more than 31 days of data. Update:
- Replace file contents. Save and Publish.
- In phone app, go to preferences and select save (this will update the processing function). If you do not do this, it will update around midnight.