Anyone got the innova 2.0 connected in HA?


I have the innova HP elec 2.0 in my house. I tried the tado AC controll, but it does not support my AC units. Has anyone been able to connect innova to HA?
(no gree+ or mildea app are not compatible)

Ok, I talked with the manufactoror, NO API, NO integration with any kind of platform and NO plans to do it,… it seems its just a crap product.

Hi, I have found that the Innova actually has a local REST API easily available through port 80, I reversed engineered it a bit and found most of the commands (that I actually use) to operate it. I’d like to write an integration for it, but haven’t gone through all the HA documentation to understand how to achieve that.

Not sure yet how I could integrate with home assistant. There is maybe the RESTful integration that could work. Otherwise I am thinking of writing an actual climate integration in python.

I can’t promise anything though.

Here’s the information I was able to gather.

When data is expected for a command, it has to be form encoded (Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded).

Action URL Data Needed Extra Info
Status GET http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/status Returns json object
Power ON POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/power/on
Power OFF POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/power/off
Set point POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/setpoint p_temp=24
Rotation ON POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/feature/rotation value=0
Rotation OFF POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/feature/rotation value=7
Fan Speed POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/fan value=[0-3] 0=auto + 1,2,3
Dehumidification POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/mode/dehumidification
Fan Only POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/mode/fanonly
Cooling POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/mode/cooling
Auto POST http://[IP_ADDRESS]/api/v/1/set/mode/auto

JSON returned by status endpoint:

    "RESULT": {
        "a": [],
        "cci": 0,
        "ccv": 0,
        "cfg_lastWorkingMode": 4,
        "cloudConfig": 1,
        "cloudStatus": 4,
        "cm": 0,
        "connectionStatus": 2,
        "coolingDisabled": 0,
        "cp": 0,
        "daynumber": 0,
        "fr": 7,                       <--- Fan Rotation: 0=on 7=off
        "fs": 0,                       <--- Fan Speed: 0=auto, 1, 2, 3
        "heap": 11760,
        "heatingDisabled": 1,
        "heatingResistance": 0,
        "hotelMode": 0,
        "inputFlags": 0,
        "kl": 0,
        "lastRefresh": 3956,
        "ncc": 0,
        "nm": 0,
        "ns": 0,
        "ps": 0,                        <--- Power: 0=off, 1=on
        "pwd": "************",
        "sp": 26,                       <--- Temperature Set point
        "t": 16,                        <--- Ambient Temperature
        "timerStatus": 0,
        "uptime": 159660,
        "uscm": 0,
        "wm": 4                         <--- Mode: 1=cooling, 3=dehumidification, 4=fanonly. 5=auto
    "UID": "[MAC ADDRESS]",
    "deviceType": "001",
    "net": {
        "dhcp": "1",
        "gw": "XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX",
        "ip": "XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX",
        "sub": ""
    "setup": {
        "name": "Device Name",
        "serial": "YYYYYYYYY"
    "success": true,
    "sw": {
        "V": "1.0.42"
    "time": {
        "d": 5,
        "h": 17,
        "i": 40,
        "m": 2,
        "y": 2022

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I have Innova Fancoils could this work or how can I adapt it?

I am not a code expert - how could I use this code to chck it or test it?



Hi I have currently a custom components that is compatible with Innova 2.0.

It can be installed as a custom repository using HACS. I might request to have it added to their default repositories, but it needs more testing.

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Thank you so much!!!

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