Many of you are wondering how JetHome products are designed and assembled. Today we decided to share with you a clear example of how this happens. Below you will see some photos of the assembly process of the JetHome JetHub D1+ controllers.

At the beginning of the process, we carefully prepare all the necessary components to make sure that we can produce high quality products. We then begin assembly following the instructions and procedures we have developed over many years of experience.

We take pride in the fact that every JetHome product undergoes rigorous quality control throughout all stages of production to ensure it will perform flawlessly for years to come.

We hope that these photos will give you a better understanding of how we make our products and that we are working hard to make them the best.


Installing IntraHouse on JetHub controllers

The guys from IntraHouse  ported their software to the JetHome JetHub D1 and JetHub H1. This is what they write: "We wrote a plug-in for interacting with I / O, 1-wire and ZigBee. It works great, we really liked the work done." Also on the IntraHouse blog you will find an article on installing the system on our controller .


JetHome JetHub H1 review by Alex Kvazis

JetHome JetHub H1 controller smart home, Supervised Home Assistant installation, zigbee2mqtt setup The video is dedicated to the JetHome JetHub H1 smart home controller - an all-in-one device, essentially a ready-made server with an integrated Zigbee module, on which you can deploy a full-fledged smart home control system. Step by step...


Smart Thermostat with auto Heat/Cool mode and PID control support (Home Assistant component)

Fixed smart_thermostat for Home Assistant, replacing generic and dualmode_generic dual mode support, PID controller support and much more. While in BETA, I'm testing it myself. A separate discussion group: GitHub:


Welcome to JetHome Community!

On behalf of the JetHome team, we now have a comfortable place  to discuss any issue related to JetHome devices ! You will be able to: Chat with other users in community ; Get advice from the creators of JetHome at support for JetHome devices .


New addon version 0.1.2

B BETA -repositories new addon version 0.1.2 is available FIX: Incorrect display of relay and LED status on addon restart. We are testing, if everything is ok, we will release it in a few days. PS . Of course also available in the EDGE repositories


JetHub D1 - addon for Home Assistant

Tested and now stable! The addon is designed to control the built-in relays, LEDs, and read the state of discrete inputs of the JetHub D1 controller out of the box. Install and use!


JetHub D1 - Addon for Home Assistant for relay and input forwarding

Still in the EDGE stage (something might break) IMPORTANT: * In the version of 10/07/2021, the names of entities in the mqtt-io config have been corrected. This affects the unique-id. As a consequence, there will be a duplication of old and new entities. To fix the problem: * Stop aadon * Stop mqtt server * Restart HA * Delete all JetHub entities in...


JetHub D1 - Addon for Home Assistant for relay and input forwarding

Still in the EDGE stage, but you can already use it. A test build is installed from the repository. Superviser -> Store -> Repositories -> Add github. com/jethome-en/... Report issues on github or in chat .


DIN rail Ethernet switch with passive POE out. 10/100 Mbps, 5 ports - JetHome ES1-AC/ES1-DC

Available in two configurations: • JetHome ES1-AC (Power supply AC 100-240V, built-in PSU 24V 30W, with the ability to connect an external lead battery 12V with a capacity of 1.2Ah.) • JetHome ES1-DC  (Power supply DC 9-56V without possibility of connecting an external battery.) AC version provides power backup for connected...


JetHub D1/H1 is now in the mainstream Linux kernel

Friends, we have great news! Support for our controllers will be included in the next version of the Linux kernel 5.16. For controllers, this will be a simplified support with the refinement of operating systems, since all the necessary changes are in two main projects (kernel and uboot). Support has entered the development branches and is planned...

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