I’m trying to add an Display in Home Assistant using some of the compatible devices of the OpenHASP Project:
Link to the Sunton Display: Sunton Screens - openHASP
The hardware part of the Display is working fine. I have even already added some buttons for testing, and this seems to work fine.
I configured MQTT in the display as below:
After re-starting the Display, I can see the status of the MQTT communication ok:
Also in the MQTT Explorer we see it up and running:
The problem is that in my MQTT Integration, nothing else than my current HASS.Agent is discovered:
What I might be doing wrong?
Have you got MQTT discovery turned on in Home Assistant?
Yes, it is enabled in the integration. See below
Ok I don’t have my openhasp device up and running at the moment, but I will drag it out this weekend and remind myself. In the meantime I will, at the risk of breaking the rules, tag in @fvanroie (sorry mate)
Thanks nickrout. Thinking that this could be a bug since this is a beta version in OpenHASP, I´ve also posted this in Github: MQTT Issue with Sunton Display · Issue #444 · HASwitchPlate/openHASP (github.com)
Will very much appreciate if you can reply in there.
I hope I´m also not breaking the rule, but at this point I´m not sure if this is a bug or something I´m doing wrong. I can just say that this took already many hours of my sleep time.
Try the discovery command
Publish to your plate with payload discovery
Hi, I tried this but no new device discovered. See the response from Telnet:
MQTT Integration still solid in 1 Device:
I have re-started the integration and later HA just in case…
Do you have HACS and the openHASP custom component installed in Home Assistant?
If so, what’s the version?