This integration lets Home Assistant control devices, and use sensors, exposed through Hubitat’s Maker API.
Over the holidays I got tired of Hubitat’s frequent slow response times (I had quite a few rules and apps running) and decided to move a bunch of functionality over to Home Assistant. However, I didn’t want to move everything – Hubitat is pretty great at managing Zigbee and Z-Wave devices – so I wrote a Home Assistant integration that uses Hubitat’s Maker API. (I know there’s ongoing work to use MQTT for a Hubitat integration, but I wanted something that didn’t need another external service.)
The easiest way to install the integration is via HACS – just add
jason0x43/hacs-hubitat as a custom repository and install the Hubitat integration. It uses a config flow, so it can be setup through the Integrations UI.
For more information, see the README.
This integration has only been tested in my local environment, so don’t be too surprised if something doesn’t work. I’m happy to try to fix things if you let me know. Also, both the integration and associated API library are on GitHub, and I’m always open to PRs if anyone gets ambitious.