Integrates Nobø Ecohub into Home Assistant. This integration is not officially supported or endorsed by Glen Dimplex Nordic AS, and the authors/maintainers are not official partners of Glen Dimplex Nordic AS.
To configure the integration, you need the 3 last digits of the serial number of your hub. The serial number is located on the back of the hub. If the hub is on a different network than Home Assistant (i.e., IoT VLAN or another routable network from Home Assistant), you also need to provide the IP address of the hub.
Adding Nobø Ecohub 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:
Each zone containing floor or wall mounted heaters is represented as an HVAC entity.
Currently, you can see and change operation and preset for zones and set eco/comfort temperatures if you have a supported thermostat.
The possible operation modes are as follows:
- “Auto” - In this mode, the zone is in the default setting and preset shows which state the zone is in right now (according to calendar setup).
- “Heat” - In this mode the zone is overridden and in the state selected by the preset (“Away”, “Eco” or “Comfort”).
This can be utilized the following ways:
- Changing preset to “Away”, “Eco”, or “Comfort” will automatically change operation mode to “Heat”.
- Changing preset to none will automatically change operation to “Auto” and update preset.
- Changing operation to “Auto” will automatically update preset.
- Changing operation to “Heat” will set preset to “Comfort”.
Nobø heaters does not support preset “Off”. This is not a limitation of the integration, but a safety mechanism in the Nobø system (perhaps related to frozen pipes due to frost in Nordic regions). “Away” temperature is fixed to 7°C and cannot be altered. On/off receivers will be off when the zone is in “Away” status.
For more information, see the Nobø Ecohub manual.
Each Nobø Switch (SW4) is represented as a temperature sensor. If a switch is linked to a zone, the temperature is also available as the current temperature of the HVAC entity.