Fluval Aquasky BLE RGB-Light

Hi Folks,
I’d like to integrate a Fluval Aquasky lamp into my home automation. It is BLE controlable via an app. I couldn’t find nearly any support for BLE-lights here. I did a little research and sniffing. It seems the device uses a controller from www.tuner168.com with an CC2541 TC Module.
I dont’t know how BLE works, however, I found some exposed services. I tried to find a difference between the lamp on and off, but I couldn’t find a difference. I tried to write some values-also no effect. The good thing is, I didn’t brick it…
So has anyone done this kind of reverse engeneering yet and point me to how to go forward…

19:40:07.1000: connected in underlying BLE layer.
19:40:07.1030: discovered services: (
    1000,
    "Device Information"
)
19:40:07.3210: discovered characteristics for service 180A: (
    "System ID",
    "Model Number String",
    "Serial Number String",
    "Firmware Revision String",
    "Hardware Revision String",
    "Software Revision String",
    "Manufacturer Name String",
    "IEEE Regulatory Certification",
    "PnP ID"
)
19:40:07.4710: discovered characteristics for service 1000: (
    1001,
    1002,
    1003,
    1004,
    1005
)
19:40:07.4720: state changed to 'Connected'.
19:40:07.7560: received update from characteristic 2A25___180A: <32303137 2d352d31 32>
19:40:08.0560: received update from characteristic 2A23___180A: <00000000 00000000>
19:40:08.0850: received update from characteristic 2A27___180A: <48617264 77617265 20526576 6973696f 6e>
19:40:08.1310: received update from characteristic 2A28___180A: <56322e37>
19:40:08.1600: received update from characteristic 2A29___180A: <7777772e 74756e65 72313638 2e636f6d>
19:40:08.1900: received update from characteristic 2A24___180A: <43433235 34312054 43204d6f 64756c65>
19:40:10.5450: received update from characteristic 2A25___180A: <32303137 2d352d31 32>
19:40:10.5460: received update from characteristic 2A29___180A: <7777772e 74756e65 72313638 2e636f6d>
19:40:10.5470: received update from characteristic 2A25___180A: <32303137 2d352d31 32>
19:40:10.5470: received update from characteristic 2A29___180A: <7777772e 74756e65 72313638 2e636f6d>
19:40:10.5750: received update from characteristic 2A23___180A: <00000000 00000000>
19:40:10.6060: received update from characteristic 2A24___180A: <43433235 34312054 43204d6f 64756c65>
19:40:10.6510: received update from characteristic 2A26___180A: <56322e37>
19:40:10.6810: received update from characteristic 2A27___180A: <48617264 77617265 20526576 6973696f 6e>
19:40:10.7100: received update from characteristic 2A28___180A: <56322e37>
19:40:10.7410: received update from characteristic 2A2A___180A: <fe006578 70657269 6d656e74 616c>
19:40:10.7860: received update from characteristic 2A50___180A: <010d0000 001001>
19:40:10.8310: received update from characteristic 2A23___180A: <00000000 00000000>
19:40:10.8600: received update from characteristic 2A24___180A: <43433235 34312054 43204d6f 64756c65>
19:40:10.8910: received update from characteristic 2A26___180A: <56322e37>
19:40:10.9210: received update from characteristic 2A27___180A: <48617264 77617265 20526576 6973696f 6e>
19:40:10.9510: received update from characteristic 2A28___180A: <56322e37>
19:40:10.9810: received update from characteristic 2A2A___180A: <fe006578 70657269 6d656e74 616c>
19:40:11.0110: received update from characteristic 2A50___180A: <010d0000 001001>
19:41:26.4470: received update from characteristic 1001___1000: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000>
19:41:26.4770: received update from characteristic 1002___1000: <>
19:41:26.5220: received update from characteristic 1004___1000: <30313432 30313033 00000000 00000000 00000000>
19:41:26.5670: received update from characteristic 1005___1000: <47>
19:41:26.5970: received update from characteristic 1001___1000: <00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000>
19:41:26.6420: received update from characteristic 1002___1000: <>
19:41:26.6870: received update from characteristic 1004___1000: <30313432 30313033 00000000 00000000 00000000>
19:41:26.7170: received update from characteristic 1005___1000: <47>

Did you manage to get anywhere with this. Would like to be able to control my BLT Fluval light with Home Assistant

No, not yet. However, I did a little research. There are BT-USB Dongles available. With a modded Firmware they are able to work with Wireshark. I am not shure if this leads somewhere…
I didn’t order one yet.

This looks also interesting: https://www.bluetooth.com/blog/a-new-way-to-debug-iosbluetooth-applications/

Any progress on this?

+1 This would be great to be able to use for RGBW control. Has anyone looked into the WiFi controller FluvalSmart has? Just discovered it, but not clear yet as to whether it will
Integrate with AquaSky / Plant 3.0 etc.