Advantage Air


The Advantage Air integration allows you to control Advantage Air Air Conditioning controllers into Home Assistant.

Prerequisites

The wall-mounted Android table running the MyPlace, e-zone, or zone10e must have a static IP, which you will enter on the integrations page in Home Assistant.

Configuration

Adding Advantage Air to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:

Manual configuration steps

Entities

Climate

The integration will create a climate entity for each air conditioning system found and for each zone that is temperature-controlled.

Cover

The integration will create a cover entity for each zone that is not temperature controlled, allowing you to adjust the opening level manually from 0% to 100% in 5% increments.

Sensor

The integration will create sensor entities for a variety of aspects:

  • The air filter sensor shows if it needs to be replaced.
  • Two sensor entities will be created for the ‘time to on’ and ‘time to off’ features. Use the advantage_air.set_time_to service to change these.
  • Each zone that is temperature-controlled will have a sensor to show the temperature (disabled by default), and how open the damper is.
  • Each zone with a wireless temperature or motion sensor will have a sensor that reports its wireless RSSI.

Binary Sensor

The advantage_air binary sensor platform will create a binary sensor for each zone that has a motion sensor.

Switch

The advantage_air switch platform will create a switch entity to toggle fresh air mode, if it is supported.

Services

Service advantage_air.set_time_to

Set the On/Off Timer using the relevant sensor entity.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id yes sensor.[name]_time_to_on or sensor.[name]_time_to_off
minutes no Number of minutes between 0 and 720.

Service advantage_air.set_myzone

Change the MyZone setting to the provided zone climate entity.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id yes climate.[zone name]