Myro:Home Helper enhances your Leviton/HAI Home Automation controller by providing additional capabilities not possible before. It can be used standalone or combined with the Myro:Home iOS/iPadOS/WatchOS app.

• Easy to setup and use interface
• Enable true Push Notifications to your iOS/iPadOS/WatchOS devices (when combined with the Myro:Home iOS app)
• Rain Advisory Flag perfect for automating sprinkler and rainfall based automation.
• Energy Cost synchronization allows for automation based on energy use when configured with a TED 5000 energy monitor.
• Data logging of events and objects perfect for further analysis or debugging of system.
• HAP bridge exposes controller lighting and other units as HomeKit accessories allowing Siri control.

Please note:
Myro:Home Helper runs in the background on your Mac utilizing minimal resources. It is required that your Mac is powered up and always running, like a server, for it to maintain connection to the Omni/Lumina controller and function properly.

Minimum Requirements:
• A Leviton/HAI Omni or Lumina ethernet based home automation controller running firmware 3.9 or higher is required (however, firmware 3.5 and greater works but extended setup like rooms, etc are not available).
• A Mac running MacOS 10.11 or greater.

Myro Control, LLC does not use or collect any of your home usage data, private keys or connection details. They are only stored locally on your Mac's secure keychain. The communication between the Leviton/HAI controller and Myro:Home Helper directly flow between your Mac and the controller using an encrypted protocol. Myro Control, LLC does not store any data in the cloud or on their systems at any point.

What’s New

Version 2.50

It's finally here -- native Apple Silicon support!   This release also includes a lot of bug fixes and new features I hope will take your home control experiences to a whole new level.

• CORE: Now supports native Apple Silicon hardware.
• CORE: Added support for older HAI Firmware (v3.6). I still recommend you update to v4.0b (Firmware chips available at
• STATUS: Added Battery level tooltip.
• STATUS: Added actual battery level value reported via controller next to battery level bar.

• STATUS: Fixed phone line dead status not recovering properly.
• STATUS: Fixed power status not recovering properly.
• STATUS: Changed Battery level percentage to more accurately percentage.
• HAP ACCESSORIES: Refined the update status to be more responsive.
• HAP ACCESSORIES: Exposed Locks/Access Controls as HomeKit Lock Accessory.
• HAP ACCESSORIES: Exposed Flags as HomeKit Switch Accessory.
• NOTIFICATIONS: Auxiliary Sensors Alerts can now be enabled to trigger push notifications.
• LOGGING: Fixed a bug that caused CSV files to be incorrectly formatted.
• CORE: Optimizations and performance enhancements.

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Ratings and Reviews

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4 Ratings

Bob13242134 ,

Very Easy To Setup Homekit with HAI

I am really impressed with how easy it was to get my aging HAI system working in Homekit with this software. It was well worth the money, given how much many of us already have investied in the HAI system. My only compliant would be that the lights can turn off a bit slow if doing a batch of them, but other than that this software works great.

bikingviking65 ,

Great Solution Bridges Legacy HAI to Current Technologies!

Once again Myro Controls delivers another great solution. Everything works as advertised and the developer provides great support. If you have a Leviton HAI Omni panel I strongly suggest you get Myro Home and Myro:Home Helper products.

What... Me worry? ,

Finally! A great replacement for Haiku Helper!

For those of us who own a Leviton/HAI OmniPro or Lumina system, the disappearance of the Haiku product line was a huge blow. For years Haiku was the product that allowed us to get maximum utility from our OmniPro/Lumina system. When Haiku and Haiku Helper left the App Store, current users still had a product that mostly worked, but each new version of Mac OS and iOS created new problems that we had to work around. After relying on it for years for our push notifications, the thought of having to live without it was frightening.

We now finally have a replacement for Haiku Helper (and we will soon have Myro:Home to replace Haiku on iOS… it’s almost done with beta testing)! Myro:Home Helper has been intentionally designed to have the familiar look and feel that we grew accustomed to in Haiku Helper. While this initial version doesn’t yet have all of the features of Haiku Helper (e.g. scripting), it does introduce some extremely nice new features that most OmniPro / Lumina users will find very compelling. The two biggest new features are powerful data (events) logging on the Mac, and integration with Apple’s HomeKit home automation system, including the ability to use Siri to control the OmniPro / Lumina system.

As you might expect, the author of Myro:Home Helper is an OmniPro user himself, so he really understands what we need to realize maximum utility from our home automation system. The lack of a long term data logging feature in Haiku was always an annoying shortcoming in the product. Myro:Home Helper implements a powerful and flexible system for keeping logs of various events that occur on your OmniPro / Lumina. You can individually select which Zones/Units/Buttons/etc you want to log, and you can set a specific color for the log entry in the default log file, making it *much* easier to scan through the current session log entries to find specific types of events. And Push notifications now support custom text for the different conditions (Secure / Not Ready / On / Off / etc), plus you can select a specific alert sound for each item (Zones / Units / Flags) that you want to push to your iOS device as a notification!

The HomeKit integration is probably the one new feature that in and of itself justifies purchasing this application even if you’re one of the lucky ones whose Haiku Helper is still running. Adding voice control to your lighting system completely changes the way you will use your OmniPro / Lumina. If you have an Apple Watch, you simply raise your wrist and say something such as “Turn on the basement lights” or “Set the home theater lights to 20%". It’s literally that simple to control your lights! You can also use your iPhone or iPad to invoke Siri to perform these functions, but I’ve found that the truly seamless voice integration is via the Apple Watch, since it’s always on your wrist, and it’s effortless to issue commands to it.

It’s really great to have a professional, supported app that can take the place of the venerable Haiku Helper product that is no longer available. And having a simple way to add voice control to our legacy OmniPro / Lumina systems is just wonderful!

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