[Edge] Heatit Controls Official Edge Driver [v2.1.0]

This integration adds support for products made by Heatit controls.
Follow this link to enroll the driver.

Supported Devices:

Z-Wave Thermostat 1.0

Summary

Heatit Z-TRM3 thermostat (TF 058)

Summary

Heatit Z-TRM3 is an electronic thermostat for electrical floor heating, designed to be mounted in a standard flush box. The thermostat has a built-in Z-Wave chip that can be connected with Home Automation systems. Heatit Z-TRM3 is equipped with a single-pole relay.

Manual

Heatit Z-TRM2fx (TF 056)

Summary

Heatit Z-TRM2fx thermostat is an electronic thermostat for electrical floor heating, designed to be mounted in a standard flush box. The thermostat has a built-in Z-Wave chip that can be connected with Home Automation systems. Heatit Z-TRM2fx thermostat is equipped with a single-pole relay.

Manual

Heatit Z-wave thermostat (TF 021)

Summary

Heatit Z-wave thermostat is an electronic thermostat for electrical floor heating, designed to be mounted in a standard flush box. The thermostat has a built-in Z-Wave chip that can be connected with Home Automation systems. Heatit Z-wave thermostat is equipped with a single-pole relay.

Manual

Z-Wave Switch 1.0

Summary

Heatit Z-Dim 2

Summary

Heatit Z-Dim2 is a Z-Wave rotary dimmer for many different types of light fixtures.
The Heatit Z-Dim2 works on most low loads without causing flickering. The dimmer is equipped with an external switch option. This allows you to dim and turn on/off the load from an external switch. Heatit Z-Dim2 is very well suited for LED.

Manual

Heatit Z-dim

Summary

Z-Wave rotary dimmer for different light sources. The LED dimmer dims at low load without the light flickering. Dimmer LED from 1-200VA, 230V halogen and incandescent bulbs, dimmable LED drivers and electronic transformers. Not affected by additional starting currents.

The dimmer has end-turn function. This allows you to turn on the light and dimming with one dimmer, and then turn off the light with another dimmer. Convenient for example in stairs and corridors.

Manual

Heatit Z-Water

Summary

Heatit Z-Water is a DIN-rail regulator for controlling waterbased heating systems. The module clips right onto a DIN-rail to add a variety of functions to your wireless Z-Wave network. Heatit Z-Water is equipped with 10 relay outputs and it has 4 analog inputs.

Manual

Z-Wave Button Drivers 1.0

Summary

Z-Push Button 2

Summary

Heatit Z-Push Button 2 is a battery operated wall switch with 2 push-buttons. The switch enables you to control the Z-Wave-products in your smart home system. Managing your Z-Wave products becomes easy and practical. The switch can be set up to control automations or work in associations with other Z-Wave products.

Manual

Heatit Z-Push button 4

Summary

Heatit Z-Push Button 4 is a battery operated wall switch with 4 push-buttons. The switch enables you to control the Z-Wave-products in your smart home system. Managing your Z-Wave products becomes easy and practical. The switch can be set up to control automations or work in associations with other Z-Wave products.

Manual

Heatit Z-Push button 8

Summary

Heatit Z-Push Button 8 is a battery operated wall switch with 8 push-buttons. The switch enables you to control the Z-Wave-products in your smart home system. Managing your Z-Wave products becomes easy and practical. The switch can be set up to control automations or work in associations with other Z-Wave products.

Manual

Heatit Z-Push Wall Controller

Summary

Heatit Z-Push Wall Controller is a Z-Wave switch for wall mounting. It comes with three fronts, so you can choose between 1, 2 or 3 toggle switches. The switch can be set up to control automations or work with other Z-Wave products through associations. Each toggle switch has a two-color LED to indicate actions. The Heatit Z-Push Wall Controller comes with all three rocker switch fronts.

Manual

Beta drivers

Description

We also have a beta version of the drivers.
Here is the link for the Beta version of the drivers.

When the drivers are released to the release channel, the devices using Beta drivers will not automatically update. This can be manually set from the app settings.

Feedback is appreciated as comments within this forum post or on feedback.smartthings@heatit.com.

PS! Use at your own discretion!

Changelog:

1.0.0

  • Initial release.

2.0.0

  • Added Support for Z-Push Button 2-4-8, Z-Push Wall Controller, Z-Dim, Z-Dim2 and Z-Water.
  • Reworked the formatting of the whole post.

2.1.0

  • Added Beta Channel drivers link and description.
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Hello HeatIt

Are there any amnual on how to switch from the old DTH to this driver.

I have reset my Z-TRM3 and tried to reconnect via “search nearby”. but the device shows “Err” for a second, ST app says the secure connection is not finished. And I ended up with the default Zwave DTH driver

Hi,

Did you Enroll and install the drivers? It should automatically choose the correct driver when attempting to include the device.

You might have to delete your old DH first and then include it.

there is no way to remove the default ZWave DTH from ST. At least I don’t see how to do it

worked from the 2nd attempt. Great job!

“Display Current Temperature” feature is great, what I’ve been waiting for years

small issue:
the units in the settings are missing,

  • min Air temperature 50
  • max Air temperature 400
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Hi,

I’ve just now included a TRM3 into my Hub and I have these functions, can you send me screenshots from your parameters?

sorry, I don’t understand what functions you are talking about. I have all the features. the only small problem in the user interface there is no units after the number

Please send us an email at post@heatit.com and we’ll take it further there.

allt är bra .

tack för ett bra jobb

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Good news!
I’ve a number of thermostats for a long time running smoothly on soon to be deprecated DTHs from RBoy and AdamV:
Their identifiers as displayed in the IDE are:

Z-TRM3:
zw:Ls2a type:0806 mfr:019B prod:0003 model:0203 ver:4.00 zwv:6.07 lib:03 cc:5E,55,6C,98,9F sec:86,85,8E,59,60,72,5A,73,70,7A,43,40,42,32 epc:4

Z-wave:
zw:L type:0806 mfr:019B prod:0001 model:0001 ver:1.08 zwv:3.83 lib:06 cc:5E,43,31,86,40,59,85,73,72,5A,32,70 role:05 ff:9200 ui:9200

zw:L type:0806 mfr:019B prod:0001 model:0001 ver:1.07 zwv:3.83 lib:06 cc:5E,43,31,86,40,59,85,73,72,5A,70 role:05 ff:9200 ui:9200

Q @HeatitControlsAB : Are all these “versions” covered by the official Edge driver?

The invitation link does not work. Probably the wrong link is added

Hi,

Z-TRM3 is supported, as is the Z-Wave with v.1.08. We are yet to look into 07. I will let you know when I have tested that version.

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Hi,

I tried the link now, it works for me.
Are you able to try to log in again or change which browser you are using?

The problem is that not the invate link is stored, but the page link. The invate link looks a bit different, and allows the first access with confirmation of the license condition.

Hi,

When I click on the link to enroll, I just get a page with spinning wheel.

I have tried different web browsers, but the result is the same.

What to to?

Can you try this link?

Are you also able to try using this link?

Please give me a feedback ASAP so I can update the link in the post.

That link works. No more spinning wheel.

This link also work.