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This python package is unofficial and is not related in any way to Haier. It was developed by reversed engineered requests and can stop working at anytime!

pyhOn

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Control your Haier, Candy and Hoover appliances with python! The idea behind this library is, to make the use of all available commands as simple as possible.

Installation

pip install pyhOn

Quick overview

To get an idea of what is possible, use the commandline-tool pyhOn. This command requests all available options of connected appliances from the hOn api of your Haier Account.

$ pyhOn --user example@mail.com --password pass123
========== WM - Waschmaschine ==========
data:
  attributes:
    parameters:
      ...
      texture: 1
      totalElectricityUsed: 28.71
      totalWashCycle: 35
      totalWaterUsed: 2494
      transMode: 0
      ...
settings:
  startProgram:
    rinseIterations:
      max: 5
      min: 3
      step: 1
    spinSpeed:
      - 0
      - 400
      - 600
      - 800
      ...

Python-API

List devices

import asyncio
from pyhon import Hon

async def devices_example():
    async with Hon(USER, PASSWORD) as hon:
        for appliance in hon.appliances:
            print(appliance.nick_name)

asyncio.run(devices_example())

Execute a command

async with Hon(USER, PASSWORD) as hon:
    washing_machine = hon.appliances[0]
    pause_command = washing_machine.commands["pauseProgram"]
    await pause_command.send()

Set command parameter

async with Hon(USER, PASSWORD) as hon:
    washing_machine = hon.appliances[0]
    start_command = washing_machine.commands["startProgram"]
    for name, setting in start_command.settings:
        print("Setting", name)
        print("Current value", setting.value)
        if setting.typology == "enum":
            print("Available values", setting.values)
            setting.value = setting.values[0]
        elif setting.typology == "range":
            print("Min value", setting.min)
            print("Max value", setting.max)
            print("Step value", setting.step)
            setting.value = setting.min + setting.step

Translation

To get the translation of some keys like programs, you can use the translation command to see all of hOn's available translations

$ pyhOn translate es
AC:
  APPLIANCE_RENAME:
    CONTENT_CHOOSE_NAME: Antes de continuar, debes elegir un nombre...
    DEFAULT_NAME: Aire acondicionado
    TITLE_CHOOSE_NAME: ¡Elije un nombre para tu aire acondicionado!
    TITLE_SAVE_NAME: Para cambiar el nombre de tu aparato:
...

This generates a huge output. It is recommended to pipe this into a file

$ pyhOn translate fr > hon_fr.yaml
$ pyhOn translate en --json > hon_en.json

Usage example

This library is used for the custom HomeAssistant Integration "Haier hOn".

Contribution

Any kind of contribution is welcome!

Please add your appliances data to our hon-test-data collection.
This helps us to develop new features and not to break compatibility in newer versions.