What you're looking for is called the IN operator.
Add the word
IN to the end of the field name.
$revenuesQuery = $revenues->find('all', [ 'conditions' => [ 'device_id IN' => [1, 3, 5], 'date' => date('Y-m-d') ] ]);
Alternatively the query expression builder is more verbose, and my preferred way of creating queries in CakePHP.
$q = $revenues->query(); $revenuesQuery = $revenues->find('all') ->where([ $q->newExp()->in('device_id', [1, 3, 5]), $q->newExp()->eq('date', $q->func()->now()) ]);