Intergas InComfort/Intouch Lan2RF gateway

The incomfort integrationIntegrations connect and integrate Home Assistant with your devices, services, and more. [Learn more] links Home Assistant with your Intergas Lan2RF gateway, including the boiler and any room thermostats attached to it.

It uses the incomfort client library.


The boiler is represented as a Water heater device. It will report the boiler’s state and current_temperature. The gateway does not expose any means to directly control the boiler or change its configuration.

Note that the current_temperature will switch between the CV (circulating volume) and Tap temperatures according to the current operating mode of the boiler. If the boiler is neither pumping nor tapping, it will be reported as the higher of the two.

In addition, there is a Sensor for each of CV pressure, CV temperature, and Tap temperature, and a Binary sensor that will be on if there is a fault with the boiler (the fault code will be a state attribute).


Any room thermostats (there can be 0, 1 or 2) are represented as Climate devices. They will report the thermostat’s temperature (setpoint, target temperature) and current_temperature and the setpoint can be changed.


To add the Intergas InComfort/Intouch Lan2RF gateway integration to your Home Assistant instance, use this My button:

The hub does not have to be in the same network as HA, but must be reachable via port 80/HTTP.


To send an alert if the CV pressure is too low or too high, consider the following example:

- alias: "Low CV Pressure Alert"
    platform: numeric_state
    entity_id: sensor.cv_pressure
    below: 1.0
  - service: notify.pushbullet_notifier
      title: "Warning: Low CH Pressure"
      message: >-
        {{ trigger.to_state.attributes.friendly_name }}
        is low, {{ trigger.to_state.state }} bar.

Other properties are available via each device’s attributes.