Redmond SkyKettle integration for Home Assistant

This integration allows to control smart kettles from Redmond SkyKettle series.



  • Allows to set target temperature.
  • Allows to set any boil mode: heating (keep desired temperature), standard boiling, boiling+heating.
  • Allows to change many settings of the kettle directly from Home Assistant, even more settings than the official application allows.
  • Allows to read all statistics, even more than the official application allows.
  • Allows to use kettle as RGB lamp.
  • Automatic mode change if target temperature changed, allows easy control from Google Assistant, Yandex Alice, etc.
  • Persistent connection and fast reconnect.

How to use

  • Install it via HACS – search for SkyKettle or just copy skykettle directory to your custom_components directory.
  • If you are not using Home Assistant Operating System make sure that hcitool and getttool (or just Home Assistant binary) has access to BLE device. To do it just execute those commands:

sudo setcap 'cap_net_raw,cap_net_admin+eip' `which hcitool`
sudo setcap 'cap_net_raw,cap_net_admin+eip' `which gatttool`
  • Add SkyKettle integration just like any other integration.
  • Make sure that the Kettle is on the stand and it’s plugged into the outlet.
  • Select MAC address of your kettle from the list.
  • Tune rest of the settings if you want.
  • Enjoy.


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