Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

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Céline
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Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

Post by Céline » 05 Mar 2018, 15:43

Hello everybody,

We're happy to announce the evolution of the Thermostat API which now supports the Valves.
https://dev.netatmo.com/resources/techn ... nce/energy

With Smart Valves and to allow for room-by-room heating control we are introducing the notion of Home into our API.
Users with Thermostats and/or Smart Valves now have at least one Home. A Home contains Rooms, Modules and room-by-room heating Schedules.

The following endpoints are being introduced :

HomesData to retrieve user's homes and their topology
HomeStatus to get the current status and data measured
Setthermmode to set the home heating system to use schedule/away/frost guard mode
Setroomthermpoint to set a manual temperature to a room or switch back to home mode
Getroommeasure to retrieve data from a room
Switchhomeschedule to apply a specific schedule
Synchomeschedule to modify a given schedule
Createnewhomeschedule to create a new schedule
Deletehomeschedule to delete a given schedule
Renamehomeschedule to rename a given schedule

As part of this process, we will deprecate the former Thermostat API in the upcoming months. Please make sure you update your code and start using newer methods as soon as possible for a smooth transition.

Enjoy :D !
Céline - Netatmo Team :D

Tiziano
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Re: Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

Post by Tiziano » 16 Sep 2018, 22:02

Hello Céline
Is there a possibility to get with „Getroommeasure“ the status of each valve (on = heating, off = closed)?

Thank you for your answer, Tiziano

Céline
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Re: Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

Post by Céline » 04 Oct 2018, 17:58

Hi Tiziano,

You'll find this information with homestatus request. For rooms containing valves you'll have the parameter heating_power_request (0 for closed and 100 for fully opened)
Céline - Netatmo Team :D

antechrestos
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Re: Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

Post by antechrestos » 21 Feb 2019, 14:53

Hi Céline,

I implemented the homesdata endpoint call, and I have difficulties sending several values for the

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gateway_types
query parameter.

Calling with:

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gateway_types=NaCamera,NaPlug
return no module
while calling with:

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gateway_type=NaCamera,NaPlug
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gateway_type=NaCamera&gateway_type=NaPlug
return both camera and plug modules

Maybe the documentation should be more clear about it.

Thank you

antechrestos
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Re: Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

Post by antechrestos » 27 Feb 2019, 10:17

Other question, how can we put the house in 'OFF' mode? Is the 'OFF" mode deprecated as well?

Brieuc_Netatmo
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Re: Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

Post by Brieuc_Netatmo » 27 Feb 2019, 11:54

Hi,
The OFF mode does not exist for Valves.
Brieuc - Netatmo Team

ospevack
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Re: Thermostat API has evolved and now supports Valves

Post by ospevack » 22 Apr 2019, 17:07

Is there any way to set the 'real temperature' of the valves? i have the healthy home, and would like to make the temperatures sync.

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