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Added some more useful information for Hot Water functionality #52

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commented Oct 12, 2016

In the UK and Europe, the third generation Nest Thermostat has hot
water on/off control functionality. These properties give information
on this including if the hot water is on or off (hot_water_active) and
if it is on a boost, then when the boost time ends
(hot_water_boost_time_to_end).

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Added some more useful information for Hot Water functionality
In the UK and Europe, the third generation Nest Thermostat has hot
water on/off control functionality. These properties give information
on this including if the hot water is on or off (hot_water_active) and
if it is on a boost, then when the boost time ends
(hot_water_boost_time_to_end).
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I'll check this, this evening code looks good so shouldn't be a problem

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commented Nov 6, 2016

Checked code today, works good except for:
def hot_water_next_transition_time(self):

It appears this is not available in the info list (command line):
nest -u "" -p "" -c show | grep "hot_water"

Output from my nest
has_hot_water_control..............: False
has_hot_water_temperature..........: 1.0
heat_link_hot_water_type...........: notconnected
hot_water_active...................: False
hot_water_away_active..............: 0.0
hot_water_away_enabled.............: True
hot_water_boiling_state............: True
hot_water_boost_time_to_end........: 0
hot_water_mode.....................: off
hot_water_temperature..............: 60.0

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commented Nov 8, 2016

That's odd, I get this from the same command:

has_hot_water_control..............: True
has_hot_water_temperature..........: 0.0
heat_link_hot_water_type...........: onoff
hot_water_active...................: False
hot_water_away_active..............: 0.0
hot_water_away_enabled.............: True
hot_water_boiling_state............: False
hot_water_boost_time_to_end........: 0
hot_water_mode.....................: schedule
hot_water_next_transition_time.....: 1478626200

I wonder if it's setup or country specific?

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Add support for Eco mode #54

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commented Nov 10, 2016

Looks good will merge this as soon as #54 is merged :)

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commented Feb 1, 2017

So sorry about letting this sit for so long. This fall I was away from personal projects. Unfortunately with the update to the API from #49, it looks like there are conflicts. If it makes sense in the new api, please update the PR and I'll reopen it.

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