The IKEA FYRTUR roller blind is a very easy way to retrofit your windows with an easily controllable roller blind. Thanks to the Zigbee connection, you can then use this for all kinds of scenarios.
For example, it is very easy to implement automatic opening at sunrise or automatic closing as soon as cinema mode is activated in the home cinema.
Everything you need to know to integrate the IKEA FYRTUR roller blind into your SmartHome is described in the following article.
I know the following notes are always kind of annoying and seem unnecessary. Unfortunately, many people who knew "better" have lost eyes, fingers or other things due to carelessness or injured themselves. Data loss is almost negligible in comparison, 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 injury or other trouble.
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Before you start this article, you should have prepared a Raspberry Pi so that it can be reached via the network and controlled via SSH. Of course, zigbee2mqtt and Node Red should also be installed and configured.
- RaspberryPi – setup for nerdiys!
- RaspberryPi – The first configuration!
- RaspberryPi – Control the RaspberryPi via SSH
- NodeRed – Installing NodeRed on the RaspberryPi
- Zigbee - Installing zigbee2mqtt on the Raspberry Pi
- Zigbee - register devices, sensors and actuators with zigbee2mqtt
In the following lists you will find all the parts you need to implement this article.
|1x||IKEA FYRTUR roller blind|
|1x||SONOFF Zigbee 3.0 USB Dongle Plus Buy at Amazon|
|1x||USB extension cable Buy at Amazon|
|1x||Raspberry Pi Buy at Amazon|
|1x||Raspberry Pi power supply Buy at Amazon|
|1x||Raspberry Pi case Buy at Amazon|
|1x||Micro SD card 64GB Buy at Amazon|
Enable Zigbee2mqtt Dashboard
In my opinion, the easiest way to add new devices to your Zigbee network is to use the zigbee2mqtt dashboard. In case you haven't activated this yet, you will find helpful hints in the article Zigbee - Administration of Zigbee2mqtt via the dashboard.
Register sensor to zigbee2mqtt
Before you install the IKEA FYRTUR roller blind using Node Red can control, you must first integrate it into your Zigbee network.
I have a little more detail on how to integrate devices into your own Zigbee network in the article Zigbee – register devices or sensors and actuators with zigbee2mqtt described. The following two steps summarize this briefly.
To put the IKEA FYRTUR roller blind into pairing mode, you have to insert the battery and
- both buttons press briefly
The LED in the blind should then flash and the blind should connect to your Zigbee network shortly afterwards.
You can track the status of the connection process in the zigbee2mqtt log.
Log into the NodeRed configuration interface
Before you can edit your NodeRed configuration, you must - if activated - first log into the NodeRed configuration interface.
Import node code
The dashboard node should already be installed and configured so that you can also control your Zigbee device via the NodeRed dashboard or display the values. You can find information about this in the following article.
If you are also over Pushbullet If you want to be automatically reminded of a dead battery in your IKEA FYRTUR roller blind, you should also have the Pushbullet Node installed. You can find information about this in the following article.
After that, all you have to do is import the NodeCode linked below into your NodeRed environment. Information on how to import NodeRed code can be found in the article Node Red - Import and export Node code .
As always, you can find the NodeRed code in the Nerdiy Git repository under the following link:
Natürlich müsst Ihr den Code noch an Euer IKEA FYRTUR Rollo anpassen. Damit dieses korrekt funktioniert müsst Ihr noch die IEEE Adresse bzw. den “friendly Name” Eures Rollos in den Node Red Code eintragen.
Öffnet dazu die Eigenschaften der markierten Node und tragt eure IEEE Adresse im markierten Bereich bei “Payload…” ein. Wie Ihr die IEEE Adresse Eures Zigbee-Geräts herausfindet ist im Artikel Zigbee – register devices or sensors and actuators with zigbee2mqtt described.
In order for the update function to work via the Node Red Dashboard, you must also enter the address here in the marked area.
You must also enter the address in the area marked here.
You can of course also use the newly registered Zigbee device via the zigbee2mqtt Dashboard control or read out.
In the following category I have also listed other Zigbee devices which can be controlled or read out with the Node Red code offered there.
More articles on the topic
I have summarized other articles on the subject of Zigbee and zigbee2mqtt in the following category. There you will also find articles on various Zigbee devices and how they look like Node Red can be controlled.
Have fun with the project
I hope everything worked as described for you. If not or you have questions or suggestions please let me know in the comments. I will then add this to the article if necessary.
Ideas for new projects are always welcome. 🙂
PS Many of these projects - especially the hardware projects - cost a lot of time and money. Of course I do this because I enjoy it, but if you think it's cool that I share the information with you, I would be happy about a small donation to the coffee fund. 🙂