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esp8266_milight_hub - Replacement for a Milight/LimitlessLED hub hosted on an ESP8266

  •    C++

This is a replacement for a Milight/LimitlessLED remote/gateway hosted on an ESP8266. Leverages Henryk Plötz's awesome reverse-engineering work. Milight bulbs are cheap smart bulbs that are controllable with an undocumented 2.4 GHz protocol. In order to control them, you either need a remote ($13), which allows you to control them directly, or a WiFi gateway ($30), which allows you to control them with a mobile app or a UDP protocol.

python-ledcontroller - Controller library for limitlessled/easybulb/milight Wi-Fi LEDs

  •    Python

Controller for milight bulbs. Same bulbs are available under multiple different brands, including LimitlessLed, Easybulb, applight, dekolight and iLight. Before using this code, you need to configure your gateway to connect to wifi - there's multiple iOS and Android apps available for that. After that, configure light groups to the gateway. Configuring remote has nothing to do with configuring the gateway.

defense-solutions-proofs-of-concept - A repository to showcase demonstrations, prototypes and proofs of concept from the Defense Solutions Team

  •    Java

A repository to showcase demonstrations, prototypes and proofs of concept from the Defense Solutions Team. The samples provided in this repository are not officially released Esri solutions and have not gone through the standard software development lifecycle and/or testing used in officially released Esri solutions. They may not be fully tested or documented, and are not supported by Esri Technical Support or the Defense Solutions Team.

node-milight-promise - A node module to control Milight LED bulbs and OEM equivalents such as Rocket LED, Limitless LED Applamp, Easybulb, s`luce, iLight, iBulb, and Kreuzer

  •    Javascript

A node module to control Milight LED bulbs and OEM equivalents such as Rocket LED, Limitless LED Applamp, Easybulb, s`luce, iLight, iBulb, and Kreuzer. This library uses Promises to automatically synchronize the command sequences sent. Thus, there is no need for nesting commands using callbacks. Of course, each API call returns a promise which can be used to wait for the call promise to be resolved or rejected. The module has been tested with RGB WW/CW (full color), RGBWW and White bulbs using Milight protocol versions 4.0 and 6.0. RGB bulbs which are no longer sold since January 2014 should also work using the rgb command set. Earlier versions of Milight used a very primitive one-way communication protocol where each command must be sent in a single UDP packet. It is just fire & forget similar to simple RF protocols for garage door openers and such. Recently, a new generation of Milight products has been introduced which use a new v6.0 protocol to provide advanced features.




homeassistant-config

  •    Shell

This is my Home Assistant Configuration. I often try new components to help test them for others. I have Home Assistant running on a Raspberry Pi 2 B with Aeotec Z-Wave Stick (Gen 5).