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Danfoss Ally™ API (ranked 104 of 5138)https://escape-data-and-specs.s3.fr-par.scw.cloud/specs/W4A4TlKBQ8y90f45mK2fw_danfoss_allytm_api_json.json
The Danfoss Ally™ API is used to retrieve data from Danfoss Ally™ Devices such as Danfoss Ally™ eTRV or a Danfoss Icon room thermostat. The devices are accessed by using a user account registered in the Danfoss Ally™ mobile app.
Use this API to retrieve data such as:
- Measured room temperature
- Measured temperature
Use this API to control settings such as:
- Target room temperature
Find more information about the Danfoss Ally™ products at the Danfoss Ally™ product page
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