This integration interacts with the Cloud API of Airzone devices.
There are two main types of Airzone devices:
These devices are Wi-Fi controllers that are normally connected to a single air conditioner split system.
These devices are connected to ducted air conditioners, motorized grilles, and individual thermostats for every room (zone). Therefore, with a single ducted air conditioning system, the user can turn on and off the air conditioner and set different desired temperatures in each room.
A typical Airzone HVAC system consists of a parent device (called master zone in Airzone terminology) and child devices (called slave zones in Airzone terminology). The HVAC mode can only be changed on the parent device. On child devices, you can only enable or disable the HVAC and adjust the desired temperature for that specific device.
Note that multiple HVAC systems can be connected to the same Airzone web server. In this case, there will be one parent zone per HVAC system and there may also be child zones for each HVAC system.
To add the Airzone Cloud integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:
If the above My button doesn’t work, you can also perform the following steps manually:
For each Airzone system (HVAC machine), the following binary sensors are created:
|problems||Indicates that the current system has errors or warnings.|
For each Airzone zone (thermostat), the following binary sensors are created:
|problems||Indicates that the current zone has errors or warnings.|
For each Airzone Aidoo (HVAC Wi-Fi controller), the following sensors are created:
|temperature||Measures the temperature from the HVAC thermostat.|
For each Airzone zone (thermostat), the following sensors are created:
|humidity||Measures the relative humidity in the current zone.|
|temperature||Measures the temperature in the current zone.|
For each Airzone WebServer (HVAC Wi-Fi controller), the following sensors are created: