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Connect your Netatmo thermostats to your smart home system installation

Prerequisites

Step 1 - Compatible Devices and Netatmo Mobile Apps

To add your Netatmo devices to Gladys, they must first be added to their respective apps, which you should download from the Play Store or Apple Store. Below are only the devices compatible with Gladys:

Configure an app 1

Step 2 - Netatmo Connect

You must then go to the Netatmo Connect page and click on the LOG IN link to create an account with your email and password. Connection Netatmo connect

Creating an "app"

Go to your My app page and click on the Create button to create a link to your Gladys account. Create app Enter the necessary information (fields with a *) as in the example below: Configure an API 1

Retrieving Client Connection ID and secret

By clicking on Save, you will then have access to the necessary information in the frame below (see Step 1 of the tutorial)

Configure an API 2

Tutorial

To add your Netatmo devices to Gladys, go to Integrations -> Netatmo.

Netatmo Integration

Then click on the Setup tab to access the Netatmo API connection page. Netatmo Integration - Setup

Step 1.1: Setup Netatmo API Connection Credentials

From the Setup tab, enter the information retrieved during the previous step :

  • The client ID,
  • The client secret

Netatmo Integration - Setup - Not configured

Then click on the Save and connect button. You will then be redirected to the Netatmo website to accept the connection from Gladys.

Step 1.2: Authorizing Gladys Application to Connect to Your Netatmo Account

It is important to note that by clicking on YES, I ACCEPT you allow Gladys to access in read and write mode for all currently supported devices as well as read-only for devices not yet supported to facilitate their future integration. No data or access is shared outside of your local Gladys instance. Netatmo Integration - Setup - Authorize

For any new integration of devices not yet supported, you will have to go through this step again to accept the writing (commands) on these new devices.

Step 1.3: Validation and Connection of the Application

After acceptance, you will be redirected back to your previous Gladys page, you should now be connected to the Netatmo API.

Netatmo Integration - Setup - Connected

Step 1.4: Disconnecting from the application

You can completely disconnect from the Netatmo application by clicking on the Disconnect button. This will clear the credentials and associated permissions.

Netatmo Integration - Setup - Disconnected

Step 2.1: Discovering Compatible Netatmo Devices

In the Netatmo Discovery tab, you will find all compatible devices that you previously configured in the dedicated app from step 1 of the prerequisites.

Netatmo Integration - Discovery

Currently compatible devices are (you can move on to the next step by clicking here):

  • The Hub (NAPlug), you will find the name of the device configured in the Netatmo app, the model, its Netatmo ID, the room to which the device is attached in the app, and the currently supported features in particular:
    • the strength of the wifi signal,
    • the intensity of the overall radio signal,
    • the state of connection of the bridge to a boiler.

Netatmo Integration - Discovery NAPlug

  • The Thermostat (NATherm1), you will find the name of the device configured in the Netatmo app, the model, the bridge to which it is connected, its Netatmo ID, the room to which the device is attached in the app, and the currently supported features in particular:
    • the exact battery status (in %),
    • the measured temperature of the thermostat,
    • the temperature of the room (average of the temperatures of the various Netatmo devices located in this room),
    • the thermostat setpoint temperature on which you can also control either from the dashboard or from a scene,
    • detection of a window opened by any Netatmo device located in the same room,
    • the intensity of the radio signal with the bridge,
    • the boiler heating request state (activated if the set temperature is higher than the room temperature).

Netatmo Integration - Discovery

  • The valve (NRV), you will find the name of the device configured in the Netatmo application, the model, the bridge to which it is connected, its Netatmo ID, the room in which the device is attached in the application and the functionalities currently supported in particular:
    • the battery status divided into 6 states and converted into %:
      • max: 100%
      • full: 90%
      • high: 75%
      • medium: 50%
      • low: 25%
      • very low: 10%
    • the temperature of the room (average of the temperatures of the various Netatmo devices located in this room),
    • the set temperature of the room on which you can also control either from the dashboard or from a scene,
    • detection of a window opened by any Netatmo device located in the same room,
    • the intensity of the radio signal with the bridge,
    • the boiler heating request state (activated if the set temperature is higher than the room temperature).

Netatmo Integration - Discovery

You can select the Gladys room in which they are installed and then integrate them with a simple click on the Save button. The button then changes to Already Created.

Netatmo Integration - Discovery - Already Created

On this page, you will also find a Refresh button at the top to refresh the features of the devices in case of changes in the Netatmo apps or in case of new support in Gladys.

Netatmo Integration - Discovery - Refresh

Step 2.2: Discovery of Non-Compatible Netatmo Devices

You will also be able to find devices in your possession that are not yet compatible with Gladys. Netatmo Integration - Discovery - Non-Compatible

You can request support for these devices through the Suggest this device button, which will take you to the Github page to directly create an issue request with the properties of the new device.

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Do not forget to replace sensitive data such as the device ID, house ID, room ID, or hub ID.

Netatmo Integration - Discovery - Github Issue

Step 3: Devices Tab

In the Devices tab, you will find the added devices with their characteristics, including their connection status Netatmo Integration - Device Connection Status OK or Netatmo Integration - Device Connection Status NOK and the battery level.

Netatmo Integration - Netatmo Devices

1) Assigning a Room

To display a device on the dashboard, you must first assign it to a room. Select it from the following dropdown menu, then click on the Save button:

Netatmo Integration - Netatmo Device - Select Room

2) Modifying Features

For now, you can only change the display name of the device. Soon, you will also have access to an Edit button, allowing you to modify the display names of features that will appear on the homepage. Moreover, some features will be able to be displayed in different ways.

Road Map - Service Evolution Forecast

  • Pull request 1 - Netatmo "Energy" : Valves (NRV)

    • Status: Implemented in February 2024 - This functionality has been added to allow the management of NRV valves as part of the Netatmo "Energy" service. For details, see PR #2014.
  • Pull request 2 - Netatmo "Weather" : Main weather station (NAMain)

    • Status: Under development - This feature is under development. For details, see PR #2015.
  • Pull request 3 - Netatmo "Weather" : Additional indoor modules (NAModule4)

    • Status: Under development - This feature is under development. For details, see PR #2016.
  • Pull request 4 - Netatmo "Weather" : Outdoor module (NAModule1)

    • Status: Under development - This feature is under development. For details, see PR #2017.
  • Pull request 5 - Netatmo "Weather" : Anemometer (NAModule2)

    • Status: Under development - This feature is under development. For details, see PR #2018.
  • Pull request 6 - Netatmo "Weather" : Rain gauge (NAModule3)

    • Status: Under development - This feature is under development. For details, see PR #2019.
  • Pull request 7 - Netatmo "Aircare" Homecoach : Air quality sensor (NHC)

  • Pull request 8 - Netatmo "Home + Security" : Indoor Camera (NACamera)

  • Pull request 9 - Netatmo "Home + Security" : Door and window opening sensor (NACamDoorTag)

  • Pull request 10 - Netatmo "Home + Security" : Siren (NIS)

  • Pull request 11 - Netatmo "Home + Security" : Outdoor Camera (NOC) with or without siren

  • Pull request 12 - Netatmo "Home + Security" : Smoke detector (NSD)

  • Pull request 13 - Adding the "Edit" button : Ability to modify the feature names of Netatmo devices

  • Pull request 14 - Adding webhooks (For Gladys Plus users)

    This feature will enable real-time reception of alerts and state changes for certain devices (temperature settings, camera detection, door opening detection, device connection/disconnection alerts, etc.) for those who have a Gladys Plus subscription.

... As per requests for additional features ...

Conclusion

The status feedback of all devices described in step 1 of the prerequisites is now functional.

And there you have it! You can now add the devices and features you want to enjoy on your homepage or create your alert or command scenes by following the part of the documentation dedicated to the Dashboard or Scenes.

Netatmo Dashboard - Plug & NATherm1

Please post a message on the forum, if you need any help.