Garadget Cover


The garadget cover platform lets you control Garadget garage door futurizers through Home Assistant.

To enable Garadget Covers in your installation, add the following to your configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
cover:
  - platform: garadget
    covers:
        190028001947343412342341:
          username: [email protected]
          password: abc123
      4c003f001151353432134214:
        access_token: df4cc785ff818f2b01396c44142342fccdef

Configuration variables:

  • covers array (Required): List of your doors.
    • device (Required): This is the device id from your Garadget portal.
    • Either:
      • username (Required): Your Garadget account username.
      • password (Required): Your Garadget account password.
    • Or:
      • access_token (Required): A generated access_token from your Garadget account.
    • name (Optional): Name to use in the frontend, will use name configured in Garadget otherwise.

If provided, the access_token will be used, otherwise the username and password will be used to automatically generate an access token at start time.

Example with more detail:

# Related configuration.yaml entry
cover:
  - platform: garadget
    covers:
      190028001947343412342341:
        access_token: !secret garadget_access_token
        name: Garage door

sensor:
  - platform: template
    sensors:
      garage_door_status:
        friendly_name: 'State of the door'
        value_template: '{{ states.cover.garage_door.state }}'
      garage_door_time_in_state:
        friendly_name: 'Since'
        value_template: '{{ states.cover.garage_door.attributes["time in state"] }}'
      garage_door_wifi_signal_strength:
        friendly_name: 'WiFi strength'
        value_template: '{{ states.cover.garage_door.attributes["wifi signal strength (dB)"] }}'
        unit_of_measurement: 'dB'

group:
  garage_door:
    name: Garage door
    entities:
      - cover.garage_door
      - sensor.garage_door_status
      - sensor.garage_door_time_in_state
      - sensor.garage_door_wifi_signal_strength

customize:
  sensor.garage_door_time_in_state:
    icon: mdi:timer-sand
  sensor.garage_door_wifi_signal_strength:
    icon: mdi:wifi

Some of the Garadget sensors can create a lot of clutter in the logbook. Use this section of code in your configuration.yaml to exclude those entries.

logbook:
  exclude:
    entities:
      - sensor.garage_door_time_in_state
      - sensor.garage_door_wifi_signal_strength