Tuya Fan

The tuya fan platform creates a variable speed fan from a tuya component.

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A Tuya based fan controller wall plate.

The Tuya fan requires a Tuya MCU to be configured.

Here is an example output for a Tuya fan controller:

[12:39:45][C][tuya:023]: Tuya:
[12:39:45][C][tuya:032]:   Datapoint 1: switch (value: ON)
[12:39:45][C][tuya:036]:   Datapoint 3: enum (value: 1)
[12:39:45][C][tuya:036]:   Datapoint 6: enum (value: 0)
[12:39:45][C][tuya:034]:   Datapoint 7: int value (value: 0)
[12:39:45][C][tuya:032]:   Datapoint 9: switch (value: OFF)
[12:39:45][C][tuya:046]:   Product: '{"p":"hqq73kftvzh8c92u","v":"1.0.0","m":0}'

On this controller, the data points are:

  • 1 represents the fan on/off state.

  • 3 represents the speed setting.

  • 9 represents the additional light switch. (use the Tuya Dimmer component to control this)

  • 6 & 7 are unknown and don’t seem to affect the state.

Based on this, you can create the fan as follows:

# Create a fan
fan:
  - platform: "tuya"
    name: "MyFan"
    switch_datapoint: 1
    speed_datapoint: 3

Configuration variables:

  • id (Optional, ID): Manually specify the ID used for code generation.

  • name (Required, string): The name of the fan.

  • speed_datapoint (Required, int): The datapoint id number of the fan speed.

  • switch_datapoint (Required, int): The datapoint id number of the fan switch.

  • oscillation_datapoint (Optional, int): The datapoint id number of the oscillation switch. Probably not supported on any Tuya controllers currently, but it’s there if need be.

  • All other options from Fan.

Note

The MCU on the Tuya dimmer handles the LEDs and they dont seem to be controllable over the serial bus.