Setting up Eddy Bridge

You can setup Eddy Bridge on either (a) Raspberry Pi 3 or (b) Raspberry Pi Zero W.  Setting up Eddy Bridge should take 10-30 minutes depending on your network speed.

Raspberry PI
Raspberry PI

Step 1. Flashing Eddy Bridge Firmware (v 2019.02.01)

Flashing Eddy Bridge using Etcher
Flashing Eddy Bridge using Etcher

Step 2. Setting up Eddy Bridge

  • Insert the Micro SD card in your Raspberry Pi and wait 15 seconds
  • Connect to the newly created Wifi called “Eddy Bridge” using the password “eddyeddy
  • Using any device on the same network as your Raspberry Pi,  Navigate to http://eddy.local or http://10.0.0.1

  • If you want to setup wifi then click on “Connect To WiFi”
    • Select your Wireless Network
    • Enter your password
  • Click on the “Link Account” button and Sign in.
  • Click on the “Accept” button to link your Eddy Bridge to your account

Here is a 5 Minute setup video to get your controllers setup with Eddy Bridge.

Eddy Bridge includes a 30 day trial, so you can use the built in Phillips Hue Emulator during that time period. After the 30 days you need to link your account by going to http://eddy.local or http://10.0.0.1 and clicking on Link Account.