Wifi dehumidifier

i have no idea @diogopms to tell you the truth, if anyone can have a look that would be great, since my knowledge is limited.

Some very encouraging update from some folks in the forum :smiley:

more over to Installing to Home Assistant · NeoAcheron/midea-ac-py Wiki · GitHub

thank you @NeoAcheron and @barban !!!

ssl pinning is not enabled.
You can use a web proxy as man-in-the-middle and sniff packets.
After the login phase, order/reply commands are AES encrypted, so you have to post-elaborate the messages you can see from the proxy.
You can found further details on the README of my repo:

I just released a custom component that is able to control this device.
More info in the folowing new post:

Guys, I have a question to clarify - I recently got this device and I’m interested to control it through Wi-Fi, but currently there is no such option in the interface…

Can I buy a separate wi-fi adapter and mount it inside?

Thank you.

I am glad to inform you that I completely rewritten the custom component.
The code is now based on (de)humidificator platform. You can find the new github repo here..
Please also note that the component was reported to be able to work also with Comfee MDDP-50DEN7 appliance.

Great job barban.

Any developments on this front or the EVO is the best smart dehumidifier out there for now? It seems a bit too loud for my space. I’m in a 55m2 place.

I already have a non-wifi enabled dehumidifier and was thinking of trying out a jury rig with it… although I’m pretty sure I would just waste a lot of time and the unit if I tried :sweat_smile: