This integration interacts with the Local API of Airzone HVAC zoning systems.
A typical Airzone device has a master zone (Master Thermostat) per HVAC system, which is the only zone where the HVAC mode can be changed. The rest are slave zones (Slave Thermostats) which can only enable or disable the HVAC and adjust the desired temperature on that specific zone.
Note that multiple HVAC systems can be connected to the same Airzone WebServer. In this case, there will be a master zone per HVAC system and there may also be slave zones for each HVAC system.
Adding Airzone to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:
If the above My button doesn’t work, you can also perform the following steps manually:
For each Airzone zone (Thermostat), the following binary sensors are created:
|air_demand||HVAC is running.|
|battery_low||Thermostat battery warning.|
|floor_demand||Radiating floor is running.|
|problems||Zone has errors or warnings.|
For each Airzone zone (Thermostat) a climate entity is created.
HVAC mode can only be changed on a master zone.
Slave zones can only enable/disable the current HVAC mode selected on the corresponding master zone. Attempting to change the HVAC mode on a slave zone will result on a Home Assistant error.
For each Airzone zone (Thermostat), the following sensors are created:
|humidity||Current zone relative humidity.|
|temperature||Current zone temperature.|