Home Automation

Domoticz – control at your fingertips

Domoticz is an open source home automation system designed to control various devices and receive input from various sensors.

The software lets users monitor and configure various devices including lights, switches, various sensors/meters like temperature, rainfall, wind, Ultraviolet (UV) radiation, electricity usage/production, gas consumption, water consumption and many more. Notifications/alerts can be sent to mobile devices.

The user-interface is a scalable HTML5 web frontend, and is automatically adapted for Desktop and Mobile Devices. It is compatible with all recent browsers.

Features include:

  • Extended logging.
  • iPhone / Android push notifications.
  • Auto Learning sensors/switches.
  • Manual creation of switch codes.
  • Share / Use external devices.
  • Designed for simplicity.
  • RFXCom RF Transceiver.
  • Device collector.
  • Timers.
  • Notifications (Prowl/NMA).
  • Logging.
  • Direct Control.
  • Auto Learning switches.
  • Supported hardware:
    • RF 433Mhz – RFXCOM RFXtrx433.
    • RF Z-Wave – Razberry Z-Way.
    • RF Z-Wave – OpenZWave, Aeon ZStick.
    • P1 Smart Meter (serial).
    • YouLess Energy Meter.
    • TE923 Weather Station (Hideki weather station like IROX Pro X, Mebus TE923 or TFA Nexus).
    • Davis Vantage Weather Station (with USB connector).
    • Eco Devices.
    • Rego 6XX (serial).
    • Voltcraft CO-20 Air Quality meter.
    • 1-Wire (OWFS, or direct on the Raspberry Pi).
    • Philips Hue.
    • AppLamp/Limitless.
    • Forecast.io.
    • Weather Underground.
    • GPIO.
    • ICY Thermostat (Essent).
    • Logitech Harmoney Hub.
    • Meteostick.
    • Mochad.
    • Opentherm Gateway.
    • Teleinfo.
    • Toon Thermostat.
    • BMP085 I2C Temp+Baro sensor.
    • Weather Underground.
    • PiFace Raspberry Pi IO Expansion board.
    • S0 Pulse Meter.
    • EnOcean.
    • SolarEdge single phase inverters with TCP (aka SE5000).
    • SBFSport (SMASpot) (SMA inverter over bluetooth or Speedwire).
    • Meteostick.

Website: www.domoticz.com
Support: Wiki, Forums, GitHub
Developer: Domoticz team
License: GNU GPL v3

Domoticz is written in C++ and JavaScript. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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