action.devices.traits.TemperatureSetting - This trait covers handling both temperature point and
Comma-separated list of
modes supported by this specific device. Currently supports specific known
modes from the
following list; more and custom ones will be added as needed. These modes
all have local expansion aliases (off == "standby", etc).
off Heating/Cooling activity disabled.
heat If the device supports heating.
cool If the device supports cooling.
on If off, on restores the previous mode
of the device.
heatcool If the device supports maintaining heating/cooling
to target a range.
auto If the device supports an "automatic" mode where the temperature is
set based on a schedule, learned behavior, AI, or some other related mechanism.
fan-only If the device supports a mode where only the fan is on (not fan
and another mode like cool.)
purifier If the device supports a purifying mode.
eco If the device supports an "eco" (that is, energy-saving) mode.
dry If the device supports a dry mode
Object. Optional. Contains two float values that indicate the supported minimum and
maximum temperature range for this device (in degrees Celsius):
thermostatTemperatureSetpointHigh thermostatTemperatureSetpointLow Floats. The high and low
set points for a range. This works if and only if the device supports heatcool
mode, and we will set that mode if a range is requested.
thermostatMode One of the supported modes on the device.
This command is only available if the commandOnlyTemperatureSetting attribute
of the device is set to true. Only one of the following parameters will be
thermostatTemperatureRelativeDegree Float. The exact number of degrees
of the temperature to change (for example, Turn down 5 degrees).
thermostatTemperatureRelativeWeight Integer in the range [-5, 5]. This
indicates the amount of ambiguous temperature
change from a small amount (Turn down a little), to a large amount (A lot