Controller for Heatzy products
python-heatzy - Python Heatzy controller
Heatzy (https://heatzy.com/) is a provider of heating control solutions (such as Pilot Wire addons to radiators). There is an API available on Google Drive, this software was created to control the Pilot Wire solution from a Python library.
>>> import heatzy # First create the handler with your heatzy app login/password >>> hh = heatzy.HeatzyHandler('email@example.com', 'p@ssw0rd') # Get the devices dictionary (containing object type HeatzyDevice) associated to your account. The key is the device name >>> deviceDict = hh.getHeatzyDevices() # Assigns the device named 'Chambre' >>> device = deviceDict['Chambre'] # Gets status >>> device.status() 'ECO' ### Sets 'confort' mode >>> device.confort() # Gets status >>> device.status() 'CONFORT' >>> device.off() # Sets mode to 'off' >>> device.horsgel() # Anti-freezing mode >>> device.eco() # Sets 'ECO' mode >>> device.setMode('ECO') # Different way to set 'ECO' mode
A CLI tool for interacting with the library is included (bin/heatzy-cli)
heatzy-cli usage: heatzy.py [-h] [-u USERNAME] [-p PASSWORD] [-d DEVICE] [-l] [-m SETMODE] Controls Heatzy devices throught the CLI optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -u USERNAME, --username USERNAME Username on the Heatzy (Gizwits) platform -p PASSWORD, --password PASSWORD Password of the user -d DEVICE, --device DEVICE Name of the Heatzy device you wish to control -l, --list List all devices -m SETMODE, --setmode SETMODE Sets the mode of the device heatzy-cli -u firstname.lastname@example.org -p p@ssw0rd -l # Lists the devices heatzy-cli -u email@example.com -p p@ssw0rd -d Bedroom # Prints the info of the device heatzy-cli -u firstname.lastname@example.org -p p@ssw0rd -d Bedroom -m ECO # Sets the device in the bedroom in ECO mode
An optional component is available under opt/homeassistant. Put it in your '<config>/custom_components/climate' directory, and edit your configuration.yaml file.
# Heatzy climate: - platform: heatzy username: 'email@example.com' password: 'p@ssw0rd'
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