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Matter Thermostat on Google Home App

mt0msk
Community Member

I know Google Home supports Thermostat cluster.

However, I don't know which attribute support on Google Home App.

How can I find out it?

Google Home App supports all attributes of Thermostat cluster as below?

 

LocalTemperature
OutdoorTemperature
Occupancy
AbsMinHeatSetpointLimit
AbsMaxHeatSetpointLimit
AbsMinCoolSetpointLimit
AbsMaxCoolSetpointLimit
PICoolingDemand
PIHeatingDemand
HVACSystemTypeConfiguration
LocalTemperatureCalibration
OccupiedCoolingSetpoint
OccupiedHeatingSetpoint
UnoccupiedCoolingSetpoint
UnoccupiedHeatingSetpoint
MinHeatSetpointLimit
MaxHeatSetpointLimit
MinCoolSetpointLimit
MaxCoolSetpointLimit
MinSetpointDeadBand
RemoteSensing
ControlSequenceOfOperation
SystemMode
AlarmMask
ThermostatRunningMode
StartOfWeek
NumberOfWeeklyTransitions
NumberOfDailyTransitions
TemperatureSetpointHold
TemperatureSetpointHoldDuration
ThermostatProgrammingOperationMode
ThermostatRunningState
SetpointChangeSource
SetpointChangeAmount
SetpointChangeSourceTimestamp
OccupiedSetback
OccupiedSetbackMin
OccupiedSetbackMax
UnoccupiedSetback
UnoccupiedSetbackMin
UnoccupiedSetbackMax
EmergencyHeatDelta
ACType
ACCapacity
ACRefrigerantType
ACCompressorType
ACErrorCode
ACLouverPosition
ACCoilTemperature
ACCapacityFormat

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sipriyadarshi
Solutions Expert
Solutions Expert
  • Clusters group specific functionality such as a on/off cluster on a smart plug, or a level control cluster on a dimmable light endpoint. The functionality comes from one or more traits that enable specific features on the device.
  • The clusters listed here are supported in the Google Home ecosystem, and if mappings are available, they map to Cloud-to-cloud traits. Some clusters map to different traits in our ecosystem depending on the Matter device type or enabled Matter feature.
  • For more information about clusters, refer to the Matter repo (connectedhomeip).

 

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klatemartin
Community Member

The Matter Thermostat, integrated into the Google Home app, offers a convenient and user-friendly solution for controlling your home's temperature. Powered by the innovative Matter smart home protocol, this thermostat brings seamless connectivity and interoperability with a wide range of smart devices, ensuring a cohesive and efficient home automation experience.

With the Matter Thermostat on the Google Home app, you can easily set and adjust the temperature of your home from anywhere. Whether you're at work, on vacation, or simply relaxing in another room, the app allows you to take full control of your home's climate with just a few taps on your smartphone. Say goodbye to wasted energy and hello to personalized comfort.

The integration of the Matter smart home protocol ensures that the thermostat can communicate with other compatible devices in your home. This means that you can create custom automation routines that sync your thermostat with other smart devices, such as smart lights or motion sensors. For example, you can set your thermostat to lower the temperature and turn off the lights automatically when everyone leaves the house, helping you save energy and reduce your carbon footprint.

Thank you for your reply.

I would like to know the answer of below question.

"Does Google Home app implement all the Attributes of the Matter thermostat cluster?"

sipriyadarshi
Solutions Expert
Solutions Expert
  • Clusters group specific functionality such as a on/off cluster on a smart plug, or a level control cluster on a dimmable light endpoint. The functionality comes from one or more traits that enable specific features on the device.
  • The clusters listed here are supported in the Google Home ecosystem, and if mappings are available, they map to Cloud-to-cloud traits. Some clusters map to different traits in our ecosystem depending on the Matter device type or enabled Matter feature.
  • For more information about clusters, refer to the Matter repo (connectedhomeip).

 

Thank you for your reply.

I focus Matter Thermostat Cluster.

Matter Thermostat Cluster has below attributes.

LocalTemperature worked with Google Home App.

However, I don't understand other attributes work with Google  Home App or Not.

Please disclose the status of the implementation of Attributes on Matter Thermostat Cluster in the Google Home App.

  • LocalTemperature
  • OutdoorTemperature
  • Occupancy
  • AbsMinHeatSetpointLimit
  • AbsMaxHeatSetpointLimit
  • AbsMinCoolSetpointLimit
  • AbsMaxCoolSetpointLimit
  • PICoolingDemand
  • PIHeatingDemand
  • HVACSystemTypeConfiguration
  • LocalTemperatureCalibration
  • OccupiedCoolingSetpoint
  • OccupiedHeatingSetpoint
  • UnoccupiedCoolingSetpoint
  • UnoccupiedHeatingSetpoint
  • MinHeatSetpointLimit
  • MaxHeatSetpointLimit
  • MinCoolSetpointLimit
  • MaxCoolSetpointLimit
  • MinSetpointDeadBand
  • RemoteSensing
  • ControlSequenceOfOperation
  • SystemMode
  • AlarmMask
  • ThermostatRunningMode
  • StartOfWeek
  • NumberOfWeeklyTransitions
  • NumberOfDailyTransitions
  • TemperatureSetpointHold
  • TemperatureSetpointHoldDuration
  • ThermostatProgrammingOperationMode
  • ThermostatRunningState
  • SetpointChangeSource
  • SetpointChangeAmount
  • SetpointChangeSourceTimestamp
  • OccupiedSetback
  • OccupiedSetbackMin
  • OccupiedSetbackMax
  • UnoccupiedSetback
  • UnoccupiedSetbackMin
  • UnoccupiedSetbackMax
  • EmergencyHeatDelta
  • ACType
  • ACCapacity
  • ACRefrigerantType
  • ACCompressorType
  • ACErrorCode
  • ACLouverPosition
  • ACCoilTemperature
  • ACCapacityFormat