Welcome to ConnectorIO® Add-ons documentation

The ConnectorIO® Add-ons is set of open source extensions which aim openHAB® project. Extensions described in this documentation helps to monitor various hardware automation systems.

Almost each and every extension described here offers a complete path needed to discover, track and register data reported by integrated hardware.

The ConnectorIO® Add-ons is compatible with openHAB®, an open source project targeted towards home appliances. It is also compatible with other software distributions which embed openHAB® project.


This document describes installation and configuration procedure of ConnectorIO® Add-ons. openHAB® is popular home automation software, however its architecture is extensible through various plugins. This architecture permits connectivity with many other solutions - including industrial hardware.

The "HAB" part of openHAB® name is "Hardware Abstraction Bus" for us, rather than Home Automation Bus meant by its origin authors. ConnectorIO sp. z o.o. promote this use through provisioning and support of extensions described in this document. Bare openHAB® can connect to devices such as heating boilers, multimedia systems down to small sensors or smart meters. So it is able to do a lot on its own through generic Modbus, MQTT and other extensions which cover various solar inverters, energy meters and some PLC kinds. With ConnectorIO® Add-ons it is possible to pair all above with typical industrial equipment which work beyond smart homes.

Important notice to reader


This publication is provided as-is, solely for information purposes.

The software is known for its evolution thus changes to its function are expected to happen at any time. While ConnectorIO sp. z o.o. does best effort to keep this documentation inline with ConnectorIO® Add-ons, we can not guarantee it is always up-to-date. No claims for modification of products that have been applied may be made on basis of materials provisioned by this publication.


The openHAB® is registered trademark of Mr. Kai Kreuzer, it is mentioned in this publication only for information purposes.

Other marks and names used in this publication may be trademarks of their appropriate owners.

ConnectorIO sp. z o.o. is not in affiliation nor any other relation with these organizations. The names of other organizations, solutions and marks are mentioned here solely for information purposes.

The Connectorio® is a trademark owned by and licensed by Code-House, Łukasz Dywicki.

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