Viessmann climate controller


The ViCare integration lets you control Viessmann devices via the Viessmann ViCare (REST) API. Most recent network-connected Viessmann heating devices (e.g., gas boilers) should be supported.

There is currently support for the following device types within Home Assistant:

Configuration

To set it up, add the following information to your configuration.yaml file:

vicare:
  username: VICARE_EMAIL
  password: VICARE_PASSWORD

Configuration Variables

username

(string)(Required)

Your username for the ViCare App

password

(string)(Required)

Your password for the ViCare App

name

(string)(Optional)

The friendly_name of the device (will be appended with Heating or Water)

Default value:

ViCare

circuit

(integer)(Optional)

Heating circuit of your heating device if multiple exist

Two components will be created: climate.vicare_heating and water_heater.vicare_water (for domestic hot water). Unless you specify a circuit parameter, it will pick up the first heating circuit of your installation.

Climate

A note about the current temperature attribute: Viessmann devices with room temperature sensing will show the current room temperature via current_temperature. All other devices will show the current supply temperature of the heating circuit.

Supported services climate.vicare_heating

The following services of the Climate component are provided by the ViCare integration: set_temperature, set_hvac_mode, set_preset_mode

Service set_temperature

Sets the target temperature to the given temperature.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_id’s of climate devices to control. To target all entities, use all keyword instead of entity_id.
temperature no Desired target temperature

Note that set_temperature will always affect the current normal temperature or, if a preset is set, the temperature of the preset (i.e., Viessman program like eco or comfort).

Service climate.set_hvac_mode

Set HVAC mode for the climate device. The following modes are supported:

The climate.vicare_heating component has the following mapping of HVAC modes to Viessmann operation modes:

HVAC mode Viessmann mode Description
off ForcedReduced Permanently set heating to reduced temperature. Note: This will also deactivate domestic hot water
heat ForcedNormal Permanently set heating to normal temperature.
auto DHWandHeating Switches between reduced and normal temperature as by the heating schedule programmed in your device
Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_id’s of climate devices to control. To target all entities, use all keyword instead of entity_id.
hvac_mode no New value of HVAC mode

Service set_preset_mode

Sets the preset mode. Supported preset modes are eco and comfort. These are identical to the respective Viessmann programs and are only temporary. Please consult your heating device manual for more information.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_id’s of climate devices to control. To target all entities, use all keyword instead of entity_id.
preset_mode no New value of hold mode.

Water Heater

It is not possible to turn on/off water heating via the Water Heater component since this would conflict with the operation modes of the heating component. Therefore the operation mode of that component is just available as an attribute and cannot be modified.

Supported services water_heater.vicare_water

The following services of the Water Heater component are provided by the ViCare integration: set_temperature

Service set_temperature

Sets the target temperature of domestic hot water to the given temperature.

Service data attribute Optional Description
entity_id yes String or list of strings that point at entity_id’s of water heater devices to control. To target all entities, use all keyword instead of entity_id.
temperature no New target temperature for water heater