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Bitron AV2010/32

Model AV2010/32
Vendor Bitron
Description Wireless wall thermostat with relay
Supports temperature, heating/cooling system control
Picture Bitron AV2010/32

Notes

Controlling

Get local temperature in degrees Celsius (in the range 0x954d to 0x7fff, i.e. -273.15°C to 327.67 ºC)

{
    "local_temperature": ""
}

Get or set offset added to/subtracted from the actual displayed room temperature to NUMBER, in steps of 0.1°C

{
    "local_temperature_calibration": "NUMBER"       // Possible values: –2.5 to +2.5; leave empty to read
}

Set temperature display mode

{
    "temperature_display_mode": ""      // Possible values: 0 to set °C or 1 so set °F
}

Get room occupancy. Specifies whether the heated/cooled space is occupied or not. If 1, the space is occupied, else it is unoccupied.

{
    "thermostat_occupancy": ""
}

Get or set occupied heating setpoint to NUMBER in degrees Celsius.

{
    "occupied_heating_setpoint": "NUMBER"       // Possible values: MinHeatSetpointLimit to  MaxHeatSetpointLimit, i.e. 7 to 30 by default; leave empty to read
}

Get or set unoccupied heating setpoint to NUMBER in degrees Celsius

{
    "unoccupied_heating_setpoint": "NUMBER"       // Possible values: MinHeatSetpointLimit to MaxHeatSetpointLimit, i.e. 7 to 30 by default; leave empty to read
}

Increase or decrease heating setpoint by NUMBER degrees in °C.

{
    "setpoint_raise_lower": {
    "mode": "0x00",       // Possible values: see table below
    "amount": "NUMBER"    // Possible values: signed 8-bit integer that specifies the amount the setpoint(s) are to be increased (or decreased) by, in steps of 0.1°C
    }
}
Attribute Value Description
0x00 Heat (adjust Heat Setpoint)
0x01 Cool (adjust Cool Setpoint)
0x02 Both (adjust Heat Setpoint and Cool Setpoint)

Get or set whether the local temperature, outdoor temperature and occupancy are being sensed by internal sensors or remote networked sensors

{
    "remote_sensing": "NUMBER"      // Possible values: see table below; leave empty to read
}
Bit Number Description
0 0 – local temperature sensed internally
1 – local temperature sensed remotely
1 0 – outdoor temperature sensed internally
1 – outdoor temperature sensed remotely
2 0 – occupancy sensed internally
1 – occupancy sensed remotely

Get or set control sequence of operation

{
    "control_sequence_of_operation": "VALUE"       // Possible values: see table below; leave empty to read
}
Values Possible Values of SystemMode
cooling only Heat and Emergency are not possible
cooling with reheat Heat and Emergency are not possible
heating only Cool and precooling are not possible
heating with reheat Cool and precooling are not possible
cooling and heating 4-pipes All modes are possible
cooling and heating 4-pipes with reheat All modes are possible

Get or set system mode

{
    "system_mode": "VALUE"       // Possible values: see table below; leave empty to read
}
Values
off
auto
cool
heat
emergency heating
precooling
fan only
dry
sleep

Get running state

{
    "running_state": ""       // leave empty when reading
}

Possible values:

Values
off
cool
heat

Valve position / heating demand

{
    "pi_heating_demand": 0       // leave empty when reading
}

Will report the valve position or heating amount depending on device. 0=min, 255=max

Get or set weekly schedule

{
    "weekly_schedule": {
    "TemperatureSetpointHold": "0x00",                // 0x00 setpoint hold off or 0x01 on
    "TemperatureSetpointHoldDuration": "0xffff",      // 0xffff to 0x05a0
    "ThermostatProgrammingOperationMode": "00xxxxxx"  //see table below
    }                                                   // leave empty to read
}
Attribute Value Description
0 0 – Simple/setpoint mode. This mode means the thermostat setpoint is altered only by manual up/down changes at the thermostat or remotely, not by internal schedule programming.
1 – Schedule programming mode. This enables or disables any programmed weekly schedule configurations.
Note: It does not clear or delete previous weekly schedule programming configurations.
1 0 - Auto/recovery mode set to OFF
1 – Auto/recovery mode set to ON
2 0 – Economy/EnergyStar mode set to OFF
1 – Economy/EnergyStar mode set to ON

Clear weekly schedule

{
    "clear_weekly_schedule": ""
}

Manual Home Assistant configuration

Although Home Assistant integration through MQTT discovery is preferred, manual integration is possbile with the following configuration:

sensor:
  - platform: "mqtt"
    state_topic: "zigbee2mqtt/<FRIENDLY_NAME>"
    availability_topic: "zigbee2mqtt/bridge/state"
    unit_of_measurement: "-"
    value_template: "{{ value_json.linkquality }}"