Now that you finished the physical installation of the Easykon for MyHome, here’s a short guide to complete with the mapping procedure.
Easykon for MyHome mapping procedure is one of the easiest things in the world, so much so that rather than an actual mapping it is an automatic configuration.
Sign in to the configuration interface by entering the Easykon for MyHome IP address in the browser
Click on "Sign in"
Press the "Sign in / Unpairing" button on the Easykon device installed on the DIN rail
Select the gateway you want to connect
Check that the gateway information is correct and click on "Connect" at the top right
If the connection with the BTicino gateway is successful, Easykon for MyHome automatically identifies and configures all compatible MyHome accessories in a few seconds.
Can't see some accessories in the list after automatic configuration? Wait a few minutes and reload the page or try to manually control the accessory – Easykon will automatically add it to the list!
Easykon will only show the Compatible Accessories.
Make sure that the last version of the firmware is installed in the Bticino gateway before connecting Easykon for MyHome.
Easykon for MyHome assigns a default name (e.g. lightbulb 01) and automatically inserts the default characteristics for each accessory. For example, the types of BTicino MyHome actuators used to control light sources, controlled sockets or switches are automatically categorised as "Light".
To customise accessories:
Go to the Easykon for MyHome interface
Click on the "Identify" icon to find the device – the accessory you've selected will begin to flash or move
Enter the parameters by clicking on the button with the 3 dots
Change the name and/or characteristics required
Click on "Save"
See the Compatible accessories article to see the characteristics of each accessory.