Rollease Acmeda Automate Pulse Hub v2 integration.

pip install aiopulse2==0.7.0



Asynchronous library to control Rollease Acmeda Automate roller blinds with the Pulse v2 Hub

This is an updated fork of aiopulse for the v2 hub (note: this is not compatible with the v1 hub, use aiopulse for that). The protocol implementation uses a combination of WebSockets and a TCP connection using a serial like protocol. See the project wiki page for details.

Requires Python 3.7 or later and uses asyncio and websockets.

It has been primarily developed as an integration for Home Assistant.


Run pip install aiopulse2.

This is an interactive interface to test the integration. The available commands are listed below.

Use the list command to get the id of the hubs/blinds.

Command Description
connect [hub ip][hub ip]...] Connect to the hub at ip(s)
disconnect Disconnect all hubs
list List currently connected hubs and their blinds, use to get the [hub id] and [blind id] for the following commands.
open [hub id][blind id] Open blind
close [hub id][blind id] Close blind
stop [hub id][blind id] Stop blind
moveto [hub id][blind id] [% closed] Open blind to percentage
exit Exit program

This is a trivial work-in-progress aiopulse2 command-line-interface wrapper. It issues a command to a blind given the hub ip address, device name as defined in the Pulse 2 app and desired percentage closed. It then waits for the command to complete.

python3 '' 'Office 1 of 3' 100

This is an example application of It closes three blinds in sequence. In this case, it is useful to close the blinds one at a time because they share a small power supply.

python3 '' 'Office 1 of 3' 100
python3 '' 'Office 2 of 3' 100
python3 '' 'Office 3 of 3' 100