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A Python library that allows control of connected NuHeat Signature radiant floor thermostats.

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Python NuHeat

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A Python 3 library that allows control of connected NuHeat Signature radiant floor thermostats.

  • This uses the web-based NuHeat API, so it requires an external internet connection
  • The API in use is not an officially published API, so it could change without notice
  • Please contribute!


$ pip install nuheat


from nuheat import NuHeat

# Initalize an API session with your login credentials
api = NuHeat("", "your-secure-password")

# Fetch a thermostat by serial number / ID. This can be found on the NuHeat website by selecting
# your thermostat and noting the Thermostat ID
thermostat = api.get_thermostat("12345")

# Get the current temperature of the thermostat

# Get the current target temperature of the thermostat

# Get the minimum and maximum temperatures supported by the thermostat

# Get the current mode of the thermostat

# The possible schedule modes are one of the following 3 integers:
# 1. Run the schedule programmed into the thermostat
# 2. Temporarily hold a target temperature until the next scheduled event
# 3. Permanently hold a target temperature until the mode is manually changed

# Get other properties

# Set a new temperature and permanently hold
# Note: Any pre-programmed thermostat schedules will be ignored until you resume the schedule or
# change the mode.

# If you prefer celsius...

# You can also do this via the convenience property setters
thermostat.target_fahrenheit = 72

# or with celsius
thermostat.target_celsius = 22

# To resume the schedule programmed into the thermostat

# Which is effectively the same as explicitly changing the mode like so
thermostat.schedule_mode = 1

# To set a new target temperature with an explicit schedule mode
thermostat.set_target_fahrenheit(72, mode=2)

# If you prefer celsius, you can use that too
thermostat.set_target_celsius(22, mode=2)

# Set a target temperature until a specified datetime
# Note: A timezone aware datetime should be passed in, otherwise UTC will be assumed
from datetime import datetime, timedelta, timezone
hold_time = + timedelta(hours=4)
thermostat.set_target_fahrenheit(69, mode=2, hold_time=hold_time)


Pull requests are always welcome!

Running locally with Docker

# Build and run the docker container:
$ docker build -t python-nuheat .
$ docker run -it --rm -v $(pwd):/python-nuheat python-nuheat

# To run the interactive shell:
$ ipython

# To run tests:
$ pytest

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