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  • Niko collaborates with high-quality partners who prioritise Niko's core values, such as high quality, design and reliability.

  • The connected controller for Niko Home Control II or the wireless smart hub makes a connection with the partner system. Depending on the partner system's features, this will either take place locally in the home (local API connection) or via the Internet (cloud API).

  • You will need some extra Niko Home Control modules. Your installation uses bus wiring...

  • Your installation uses bus wiring or traditional wiring. You do not need to do anything to connect your Niko Home Control installation to the partner's energy system.

  • Your installation uses bus wiring or traditional wiring. You can connect your Niko Home Control to the partner's music system using an API. To do so, the device must be connected to your home network.

  • Your installation uses bus wiring or traditional wiring. You can connect your Niko Home Control to the partner's ventilation system using an API. To do so, the device must be connected to your home network.

  • Your installation uses bus wiring or traditional wiring. You can connect your Niko Home Control to the partner's heating system using an API. To do so, the thermostat must be connected to your home network. Niko Home Control will then communicate with your heating system via this API.

  • Make sure the partner system is connected to your home network, and if necessary to the Internet too (depending upon the partner). Your Niko Home Control system will also need an active Internet connection.

  • This will depend on the capabilities of the partner system. You can find more information on this on the applicable partner's website. ​Valve control is supported in Niko Home Control installations with bus wiring.

  • This will depend on the capabilities of the partner system. You can find more information on this on the applicable partner's website. Valve control is supported in Niko Home Control installations with bus wiring.

  • The best way to control the boiler is through the partner's thermostat.

  • The boiler is controlled through the partner's thermostat. It is not possible to combine thermostats from Niko and thermostats from the partner.

  • If no basic actions or routines had been created in the Niko Home Control programming software to control a partner function, then this list will indeed be empty (but this is by no means a problem). The partner system's functions are always visible in the Niko Home app and on the touchscreen, even if you have not configured anything in the Niko Home Control programming software.

  • Niko Home Control and the partner system operate independently of each other. The API connection between Niko Home Control and the partner system allows you to control the functions of the partner system. If the link between both systems is lost, you can still control your own Niko Home Control functions. The functions of the partner system, however, can then only be controlled using the partner's app.