SmartHome devices that are compatible with the FRITZ!Box are addressed via an AIN. This AIN is a unique identification number that is assigned to the respective device.
For example, if you use Node Red to measure the temperature of a Fritz DECT radiator thermostat set or one FRITZ!DECT 500 smart home lamp If you want to switch on and off you have to find out the respective AIN.
How you can do this is described in the following article.
I know the following tips are always somehow annoying and seem unnecessary. But unfortunately, many people who knew "better" have already lost eyes, fingers or other things or injured themselves due to carelessness. In comparison, a data loss is almost not worth mentioning, but even these can be really annoying. Therefore, please take five minutes to read the safety instructions. Because even the coolest project is not worth an injury or other trouble.
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You only need the AIN of a smart home device if you want to address smart home devices that are connected to your FritzBox. You can find information about this in the articles under the following link.
In the following lists you will find all the parts you need to implement this article.
Read out the AIN of your FRITZ!Box Smart Home device
As mentioned above, the AIN is the identification number of the smart home device that you need to control it or read data from it. How you can find this out using the FritzBox configuration interface is described in the following pictures.
To do this, first switch to the configuration view of your FritzBox. Then click on:
- "Device Management"
- And then on the pen symbol in the line with the entry of your desired DECT device. (In this example one FRITZ!DECT 500 smart home lamp)
Then you can see and copy the AIN of your SmartHome device in the area marked in red.
You can then paste the copied AIN in the appropriate field of the Node Red code.
Under the following link I have summarized a few of the articles for which you may need the AIN of a FRITZ SmartHome device.
Have fun with the project
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