Adding Nest Thermostat

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Adding Nest Thermostat

Post by robpijpers » Tuesday 19 July 2016 20:56

I'm new to Domoticz and are playing around to get some knowledge how Domoticz is working, So far I am very impressed.
I'm reading on various sites that is possible to add a Nest thermostat but I can't find a way to properly do this step by step.
Can anyone help me?

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Re: Adding Nest Thermostat

Post by bobdvb » Tuesday 02 August 2016 14:34

Go to the Hardware section and select "Nest Thermostat/Protect" from the "type" field. Give it a name and put in your Nest username/password. The Nest then appears in the devices section to be added.

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Re: Adding Nest Thermostat

Post by corederoma82 » Tuesday 12 December 2017 23:29

But is it fully compatible or it need some scripts?
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Re: Adding Nest Thermostat

Post by krizzz » Wednesday 13 December 2017 0:28

corederoma82 wrote:But is it fully compatible or it need some scripts?
After adding the Nest as new hardware you can do a lot of things without any scripting. So to answer your question, yes it is fully compatible.


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Re: Adding Nest Thermostat

Post by corederoma82 » Wednesday 13 December 2017 12:09

krizzz wrote:
Wednesday 13 December 2017 0:28
corederoma82 wrote:But is it fully compatible or it need some scripts?
After adding the Nest as new hardware you can do a lot of things without any scripting. So to answer your question, yes it is fully compatible.


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Re: Adding Nest Thermostat

Post by corederoma82 » Thursday 14 December 2017 13:35

Another question please,
also Nest Protect is fully compatible?

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