homebridge-daylight - Daylight plugin for Homebridge

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Daylight plugin for Homebridge that publishes a HomeKit accessory that emits an approximation of the expected amount of daylight according to the sunrise and sunset schedule for the configured location. This is intended for use in triggering scenes using sunrise and sunset.



suncalc : ^1.7.0



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