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Shelly TRV Device Smart Control

Main Controls

Below the Main Controls heading, observe the current room temperature, valve position as a percentage, and Shelly Device battery as a percentage.

Control the room temperature by clicking and dragging the circular slider. Observe the set temperature at the center of the circular slider.

Notifications

If you have Shelly Device notifications, they will appear on this tab. View the number of notifications for this Shelly Device. Click the X button in the top right corner of the notification box if you wish to delete the notification.

Charts

Temperature

Observe a chart with the room temperature. Above the temperature chart, you can select the time interval and the date from which you want data to be shown. Drag your finger/mouse across the chart to view time specific consumption measurements. Click the blue icon to the right of the date interval, above the chart, and change the displayed chart style.

Below the temperature chart, observe the average, maximum and minimum temperature. Click on the expand icon in the top right corner of the Temperature rectangular box if you wish to view the chart in full screen. Below the chart, you can click the Export .csv button to download the temperature data as a CSV file.

Valve Position

Observe a chart with the valve position as a percentage. Above the valve position chart, you can select the time interval and the date from which you want data to be shown. Drag your finger/mouse across the chart to view the time specific valve position. Click the blue icon to the right of the date interval, above the chart, and change the displayed chart style.

Below the valve position chart, observe the average, maximum, and minimum value posistion as a percentage. Click on the expand icon in the top right corner of the valve position rectangular box if you wish to view the chart in full screen. Below the chart, you can click the Export CSV button to download the valve position data as a CSV file.

Event log

Observe the recorded history of the Shelly Device events. See the date, time, and Shelly Device actions.

Sensor settings

Temperature offset

Enable/disable external temperature corrections by clicking the checkbox. Click the clipboard icon to copy the webhook to be executed.

Enable the internal tempersture compensation by clicking the checkbox. This feature helps to read the temperature correctly despite the proximity of the head source. Set the temperature offset by clicking and dragging the slider left and right. The value must be between -10 and 10. Click the APPLY button to apply any changes made.

Temperature units

Select ºC/ºF to be the units shown for the temperature on the display and on the app.

Open window

Enable/disable open window report endpoint by clicking the toggle button. Click the clipboard icon to copy the webhook to be executed.

Schedule

Select a schedule profile from the dropdown menu.

Observe a schedule chart with the set temperature. Using the dropdown menu, you can select Week, or the day of the week, from which you want data to be shown.

Click the Add button to create a schedule. Create a weekly schedule for the day(s) and time(s) you want the Shelly Device execute the set action. You may add up to 20 weekly schedules. This function requires a working connection to the Internet.

  • Select the day(s) of the week, and then click the NEXT button.

  • Choose time interval: Time, or Sunrise / Sunset.

  • Set the time for the specified day(s):

    • Time: Click up/down button, or type in a number, to set a time in hours and minutes. Set the time as AM or PM.

    • Sunset / Sunrise: The Shelly device may turn on/off automatically at sunrise/sunset, or at a specified time Before/After Sunrise/Sunset. Select the time in hours and minutes from the dropdown menus.

  • Select action:

    • Set action as open / close / temperature control.

    • If you choose the temperature control option, set the temperature at which to execute the action by clicking the + or - button.

  • Click the Save button to save the schedule.

Once the schedule has been created, it will appear as a rectangular box on the main Schedule page for the Shelly Device. On this box, you can see the schedule details such as the days of the week, action and time. You can edit the schedule by clicking on the edit pencil icon on the right, and delete the schedule by clicking the trash icon on the right.

Actions

Use events to trigger http endpoints. Add URLs to execute when actions are complete. Click the edit pencil icon of the action you wish to activate in order to add URLs.

Add URLs to the following actions:

  • Valve Open

  • Valve Closed

Follow these steps to add URLs:

  • Click the edit pencil icon next to the action to which you wish to add URLs.

  • Click the + Add URL button and input up to 5 URLs to execute when the actions is complete. If you wish to delete a URL, delete it by clicking the trash icon to the right of it.

  • Click the Save button once you have added your URLs.

Click the Quick actions button at the bottom of this tab. Set up the following settings, and navigate between pages by clicking the NEXT or BACK buttons. Create a web hook:

  • Conditions: Select from the following conditions which will trigger an action: Opened window / Temperature report.

    • Opened window:

      • Select device: Select which sensor will report an opened window to your valve.

      • Actions: Select condition which will trigger valve action, choose from the following options:

        • Open when dark

        • Open when twilight

        • Open when daylight

    • Temperature report:

      • Devices: Select which sensor will report temperature to your valve. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

This function requires a working connection to the Internet. Once the action has been created, it will appear as a rectangular box on the main Actions page for the Shelly Device. You can enable/disable an action by clicking the toggle button to the left of the action box. You can edit the schedule by clicking on the edit pencil icon on the right, and delete the action by clicking the trash icon on the right.

Networks

Wi-Fi 1

Register Shelly Device to connect to a Wi-Fi network. Either input or select the Wi-Fi network. Can select an open network, or set a static IP address. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Access Point

Click the checkbox to enable this function. Enable to configure Shelly Device to create a Wi-Fi Access Point (AP), to which you can connect. Observe the SSID. Set a password to protect your device’s access point to secure your network from unauthorized access. Click the checkbox to set the AP it to be an open network. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Restrict login

Restrict the web interface of the Shelly Device with a username and password. Click the checkbox to enable this function. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

MQTT

  • Click the checkbox to enable MQTT. Configure the Shelly Device to execute actions via MQTT. Please note changing the MQTT settings requires a device reboot.

  • Choose the connection type, choose from the following options:

    • RPC status notifications over MQTT

    • Generic status update over MQTT

    • SSL connectivity

  • Input the MQTT prefix, the desired server, and client ID.

  • Input the username and password.

  • Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Cloud

Click the toggle button to enable Cloud connection. Enable to connect Shelly Device to its cloud. This allows you to control the Shelly Device remotely, and receive notifications and updates about your devices.

Application Settings

Pin lock

Click the toggle button to enable pin lock.

Share

Input an email and share control of the Device with another Shelly Smart Control user. The other user will only have access to the Main Controls, Notifications, Charts, and Application Settings tabs, and the Device Information on the Settings tab. The other user cannot see the other device tabs. View which email accounts this Shelly Device has been shared with, and click the delete button to the right of the email account you would like to delete. If a device has been shared with your account, view which account shared the device with you, and click the Remove from my account button if you wish to delete it from your account.

Settings

Boost

This function allows you to warm up your room as quickly as possible if it has been cold for a prolonged period. Set boost time in minutes (input a value between 5 and 1440). Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Calibration

Click the toggle button to allow the Shelly TRV to automatically correct calibration if needed. Manually calibrate Shelly TRV by clicking the Start calibration button.

Auto Temperature Control

Enable/disable automatic temperature control. If enabled, the TRV will maintain a constant temperature automatically. Under this setting you can also enable/disable Accelerated heating in order to reduce the time to reach the target temperature. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Minimal Valve Position

Set the minimum position of a valve (between 0% to 100%). 0% means that the valve is fully closed, while 100% means that the valve is fully opened. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Under Floor Heating

Enable/disable under floor heating mode. In this mode, only data from an external sensor is valid, while data from the built-in sensor is disregarded. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Display

Click the checkbox to rotate the screen if your device was mounted upside down. Customise the brightness of your Device’s display (Low/Normal/High). Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Clog Prevention

Click the toggle button to enable clog prevention. If this setting is enabled, the valve will ensure there is at least one movement per week to prevent clogging.

Force Close

  • Click the toggle button to enable force close. If force close is enabled, the TRV will apply extra force when the shaft is completely closed.

  • Click the toggle button to enable extra pressure. If Enable extra pressure is enabled, the TRV will use extra pressure throughout the whole movement (which may increase the noise during the movement).

Child Lock

Click the toggle button to enable child lock. If enabled, the target temperature cannot be changed from the device buttons, and only from the web/app interface.

Firmware Update

Shows your current firmware version. Click the Check for update button to check if a firmware updated is available. If a newer firmware version is available, you can update your Shelly device by clicking the Update button.

Geo Location And Time Zone

Set your time zone and geo-location in one of three ways:

  • Select it manually by choosing your Time zone from the dropdown menu.

    • Set the daylight saving as on / off / auto.

    • Input your location Latitude and Longitude.

  • Select your location from the map by clicking Select from map button.

  • Enable automatic detection by clicking the Auto detect location button. You may also set automatic detection by clicking the checkbox at the top of this section.

Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Device Name

Change the current device name. This will reflect on the Shelly Device name in the application if the “Sync name” application setting is enabled. Click the toggle button to sync device name. Click the Save button to save any changes made.

Factory Reset

Reset your Shelly Device to its factory settings by clicking the Factory reset button. This will disconnect the Shelly Device from your Wi-Fi network, and all associated users, including you, will be removed from this Device. All previously set data will be deleted.

Device Reboot

Click the Reboot button to reboot your Shelly Device.

Device Information

Here you can view the Shelly Device ID, Device IP, and Device Type, and other device information. Click the clipboard icon to copy the desired information. Click the Delete button to delete this Shelly Device from your account.

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