Ilonda Wifi Smart Fish Feeder (L88)¶
Ilonda Wifi Smart Fish Feeder (L88) is a Tuya-based device sold by Amazon (not only under Ilonda, but also under other brand names).
Originally intended to be used with its companion app, once flashed using tuya-convert, ESPHome generated firmware can be uploaded allowing you to control the Wifi Smart Fish Feeder via Home Assistant.
Wifi Smart Fish Feeder Configuration¶
Thanks to the amazing Tasmota template, managed to build a fully working esphome configuration. This assumes you have a secret.yaml with ssid and password keys.
esphome: name: wifi_smart_fish_feeder esp8266: board: esp01_1m wifi: ssid: !secret wifi_ssid password: !secret wifi_password logger: api: ota: # Binary Sensor to allow relay to be switched when physical button is pressed binary_sensor: - platform: gpio id: button pin: number: GPIO4 mode: input: true pullup: true inverted: True name: 'Switch feeder' on_press: - switch.turn_on: relay - platform: status name: "Status" switch: # Switch to turn feeder on for 3 seconds/off and turn on/off LED - platform: gpio name: 'Relay feeder' id: relay pin: GPIO14 on_turn_on: - light.turn_on: led - delay: 3s - switch.turn_off: relay - light.turn_off: led restore_mode: ALWAYS_OFF sensor: # Feeder counter - platform: pulse_meter pin: GPIO12 name: 'Counter/min' unit_of_measurement: 'time(s)' internal: true total: unit_of_measurement: 'time(s)' name: 'Counter feeder' # To allow led to be controlled via GPIO output: - platform: esp8266_pwm id: blue_led pin: number: GPIO5 inverted: true # LED control light: - platform: monochromatic output: blue_led id: led
You can now add your Wifi Smart Fish Feeder to Home Assistant via the configurations page, look for ‘ESPHome’ under the Integrations option and click ‘Configure’.