The best hardware for your Home Assistant
Home Assistant not only needs hardware to run on. Once you get started you’ll soon find yourself wanting to wall-mount tablets, install security cameras, and integrate every appliance in your home. Here I will cover all things hardware, that somehow relate to Home Assistant.
In this article, we will be looking at UK power strips that can be flashed with Tasmota. I will also give you my recommendation on which one to go with.
A couple of days ago Wyze decided to once again show some love to those wanting to integrate their Wyze Cam V2 or Wyze Cam Pan with Home Assistant using RTSP.
While there is an official Google Nest Wifi integration with Home Assistant, it leaves much to be desired. The unofficial Google Nest Wifi integration with Home Assistant is much better!
It appears that Home Assistant version 0.118 has fixed the Yeelight integration.
The Wyze Cam is a top-rated security camera not only due to its low price point. As things stand there is, unfortunately, no easy way of integrating the Wyze Cam V3 with Home Assistant.
While you could use your smartphone and the Home Assistant dashboard to achieve the same thing, starting a script, turning on a light, or setting a scene using smart buttons can be more intuitive.
No robot vacuum cleaner would be complete without a proper brain behind its operation. And Home Assistant is, most likely, the best brain you can gift to any robot butler.
By choosing the right microSD card for the job it should last you a lot longer. Even if the recommended cards cost more than the alternatives they will save you money over time simply by not dying.
If you want a truly smart home you need to have a wall-mounted tablet to control and observe everything. Find out which tablet is best for your Home Assistant dashboard.
Once you know what to buy I can almost guarantee that you will come away with a more flexible and cheaper alternative to the Philips Hue Lightstrips.