Midea A/C and ESPHome component - list of all known working models and manufacturers

I finally got to update this list. :slight_smile: Sorry for the wait! :slight_smile:

All devices named in posts above are now added to the list (=this is only to remind me :rofl: )

Thanks to all, that keep adding their models! :slight_smile: :+1:


I want to confirm that it works too with:

Brand: Rotenso
Model: Ukura (U35Wi/o)
Year: 2020
Market: PL

Basically any A/C that can take in OSK103 (or newer OSK105) will work with midea-ac & esphome.
For ESP-Module Dongle info: https://github.com/dudanov/iot-uni-dongle (On photo my module based on iot-uni-dongle circuit)



The following AC is working with this component:
Brand: Airfel
Year: 2019(?)
Market: HU

(There is an other model with lesser performance: Airfel LTXN25UBV1B/LRXN25UBV1B, I think it is the same electronics, so it has to work)
Best regards!



I found a model working on the German market. It is working perfectly with the Wifi dongle

It’s the Midea Real Cool 35

Brand: Midea
EAN: 4048 164 10826 8 (Real Cool 35)
Year: 2021
Market: DE

It’s a little hard to get to the module. If interested I can add more pictures and instructions on the procedure.
Thanks to @dudanov for the excellent module! AC is working flawlessly.



Just wanted to confirm this is also working with my Samsung 3.5kW aircon-unit which is another Midea spin-off:

Brand: Samsung
Year: 2022
Market: UK (EU)

Using the ESPhome controller USB wifi adapter - SLWF-01pro Air conditioner Wi-Fi module for Midea, Idea, Neoclima, Electrolux, Beko and many more. Model SMARTLIGHT SLWF-01pro (v.1.0)


From Telegram:

Brand: Ballu
Model: BSY/in-12HN8/ES_21Y
Year: ??
Market: UK (EU)/UA

@paddy0174 time to update the main post?

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Please append to support list
Zanussi ZACS/i-09 HS/N1
With esp01 and special adapter uart board.

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Manufacturer: PIONEER
Model: WYS009GMFI22RL Mini Split Heat Pump
Year: 2022
Market: US

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Manufacturer: Mitsui
Model: TRENDLINE (12000)
Year: 2022
Market: EU
Model ID: MTXI12HP24

Manufacturer: Mitsui
Model: TRENDLINE (18000)
Year: 2022
Market: EU
Model ID: MTXI18HP24X

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Manufacturer: Royal Clima
Model: RCI-TMN09HN
Year: 2022
Market: RU

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Manufacturer: Carrier
Model: 42HVA1801E / 53HVA1801E
Market: Argentina, Latin America

Manufacturer: Carrier
Model: 42HVA0901E / 53HVA0901E
Market: Argentina, Latin America

Manufacturer: Carrier
Model: 42HVA1201E / 53HVA1201E
Market: Argentina, Latin America

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Manufacturer: Bluestar
Model: ‎IC309RBTU
Market: Bangalore, India

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Did you get this fixed im having the same problem
Edit: sorry this was a reply to the mrcool diy that
It was just showing unknown and the swaping of rx and tx

List updated :slight_smile:

Brand: Lennox
Model: MWMC009S4-1P / MWMC012S4-1P
Year: 2023 (installed, but model is possibly older, current generation seems to be -3P)
Market: US

Note: power and humidity show 0, other features work:

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Manufacturer: KoolKing
Model: Monosplit Serie KK (12000btu)
Year: 2021
Market: Italy - EU
Model ID: CF-KK12A

Notes: This KoolKing model is the same as the MrCool 3rd Gen mini split that is sold in the US (with the obvious C → F change), and it has exaclty the same module as henkvdt’s here

I used the DIY ESPhome dongle with @aceindy yaml file and it works good. Except that it shows as 0 for both Power and Humidity, even if it sees it as available characteristics.

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Did anyone have tested with:
Midea Breezeless MSFAAU-12HRFN8-MSFAAU-12HRFN8
Midea All Easy Pro Nordic UV MSEPBU-12HRFN8-MOX330-12HFN8-UV

Any help appreciated.

As stated in the title of this thread, and two times afterwards, please ask questions in the corresponding thread:

This thread is to keep a list of all known working models.

Thank you very much! :slight_smile:

This is exactly the same PCB as in a Samsung AR12TXHQASINEU indoor unit( European market)

So that should work too.
But where can I get it? The ESP module and do I need to alter some wiring or is it plug & play?

I have the same air conditioner, is this a plug & play device or do I need to alter wires or code?
And what is the (Android) app for being able to use it?