ThermIQ-Room provides the same functionality as ThermIQ-MQTT with the addition of emulating an indoor thermostate. This makes it possible to set the actuall temperature with an MQTT message and allow the heatpump to adjust the demand curve based on a facts, not only the guess based on outdoor temperature and return temperatures. ThermIQ-Room connects both to the EXT interface and to the thermostate interface of your heatpump.
ThermIQ-Room works with almost all Thermia and Danfoss heatpumps with graphical display produced after 2012 except for Atec/DHP-AQ, DHP-IQ, DHP-M Thermia Diplomat Inverter
At least the following modells can controlled and logged with ThermIQ-Room
* Danfoss DHP series (Except DHP-Aq)
* Thermia G3
* Thermia Diplomat/Optimum G3
* Thermia Diplomat Optimum G2
* Thermia Diplomat Duo Optimum G2
* Thermia Diplomat Duo Optimum
* Thermia Diplomat Optimum
* Thermia Diplomat Duo
* Thermia Diplomat
* Thermia Atria Duo Optimum
* Thermia Atria Optimum
* Thermia Atria Duo
* Thermia Atria
ThermIQ-Room connects to your WiFi network and communicates with an MQTT Broker running either on a RaspberryPI or a Windows PC and provides read and write access to your heatpump using MQTT messages. You also need an USB Power supply able to deliver 1A in order to power ThermIQ-Room.
This is the perfect option if you want to integrate your heatpump with your existing homeautomation using the open MQTT API. There is an existing integration for Home Assistant. If you also want extensive log, graphs and remote access you should select the ThermIQ-Room+ ThermIQ2-Web option.
It is not possible to use either Thermia Online, Thermia Link nor Thermia indoor thermostate together with ThermIQ-Room
Thermia is a part of the Stiebel Eltron group, and uses the Danfoss name on certain markets.