Code to list unavailable devices

To assist in my maintenance of a remote installation, I would like a dashboard panel that lists all the devices that are unavailable, preferably sorted according to integration (in my case Tuya, Local Tuya, Sonoff/eWeLink and ZHA).

Has anyone done this?

I did not quite exactly what you are searching for but something very similar.

I have a script written in pyscript that checks for unavailable devices every 30 minutes and uses persistent notifications to notify me when it finds any. It’s quick and dirty and can be improved, but it does its job well enough.

It basically works by getting a list of all devices from the device registry (the huge advantage of pyscript compared to other solutions like AppDaemon or Node Red is, that pyscript allows you to access internal APIs of home assistant like the device registry) and then checking all entities associated with a device. When all entities are in state “unavailable” I then assume that the whole device is unavailable.

 ignore_devices = [
     # Add ids of devices to be ignored here
 ignore_entities = [
     # Add entities whose devices should be ignored here
 CHECKER_ID = "pyscript.device_availability_checker"
 from homeassistant.helpers import entity_registry as erm
 from homeassistant.helpers import device_registry as drm
 from homeassistant.const import STATE_UNAVAILABLE
 @time_trigger('cron(*/30 * * * *)')
 def device_availability_checker_cron():
     er = erm.async_get(hass)
     dr = drm.async_get(hass)
     unavailable_devices = {}
     unavailable_since = {}
     # Iterate over all devices and check whether they are unavailable
     # A device is supposed to be unavailable if all related entities are in
     # state "unavailable"
     for d in dr.devices:
         if d in ignore_devices:
         unavailable = False
         since = None
         for e in erm.async_entries_for_device(er, d):
             if e.entity_id in ignore_entities:
                 unavailable = False
             elif hass.states.is_state(e.entity_id, STATE_UNAVAILABLE):
                 unavailable  = True
                 since = hass.states.get(e.entity_id).last_changed
                 unavailable = False
         if unavailable:
             unavailable_devices[d] = dr.async_get(d)
             unavailable_since[d] = since
     notifs = []
     devices = {}
     # Iterate over all unavailable devices and construct notification text
     # for a persistent_notification
     for k, d in unavailable_devices.items():
         manufacturer = d.manufacturer
         model = d.model
         text = f'- {}'
         desc = ""
         if model is not None:
             desc += model
         if manufacturer is not None:
             if desc != "":
                 desc += f" [{manufacturer}]"
                 desc += manufacturer
         if desc != "":
             text += "\n    - " + desc
         text += f"\n    - Since: {unavailable_since[k]}"
         text += f"\n    - ID: {}"
         devices[k] = {
             "manufacturer": manufacturer,
             "model": model,
             "since": unavailable_since[k]
     # Show a persistent notification or dismiss an old one if there is nothing
     # to show
     ntext = "\n".join(notifs)
     if ntext != "":"persistent_notification", "create", {
             "notification_id": "device_availability_warning",
             "title": "List of Unavailable Devices",
             "message": ntext
         }, False)
     else:"persistent_notification", "dismiss", {
             "notification_id": "device_availability_warning"
         }, False)
     state.set(CHECKER_ID, len(devices), devices = devices)
 def device_availability_checker_startup_trigger():"device_availability_checker.startup_trigger()")
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