✅Fibaro HC3 (v5.040 or greater)
✅Fibaro HC2
✅Fibaro HCL


This guide assumes that you have already purchased the Sensibo plugin from within the automationbridge interface, and that you have setup the Sensibo device on your network and have it working using the Sensibo app on your phone.


Step 1 - Add the plugin via the Network Devices/Plugins page


Step 2 - Obtain your token from the Sensibo Cloud platform, by following the instructions on this page.


Step 3 - When you have clicked Next, the automationbridge will connect to the Sensibo Cloud, verifying your API Key, and if successful you will be presented with the next screen.


Step 4 - Click Next, this will complete the setup process and add the Sensibo VD to your Fibaro controller. It will also create the global variables as required.


Click OK and you will then be taken to the Settings page for this plugin, from here you can re-sync to pickup and name changes in the Sensibo devices. 


Clicking on the blue icon button beside the Fibaro ID will give you a popup with the variable names that created for this device.


You will now find that there is a new VD in your Fibaro HC2/HCL (see further down for HC3).


Along with this, you will see the variables created in the Panels/Variables page.


You can also use the buttons and variables in scenes that you create, for example when the temperature is below 18 degrees, turn on heating and set to 22 degrees.



If you are using the Fibaro HC3 controller, you will find these have been added as a HVAC controller, that functions like a native Fibaro device, with some extra fields, for example.


As the Sensibo only has a single setpoint, changing either the Heating or Cooling settings will have the same action.


Note : At this time the QuickApp device will not show in the Fibaro Home Center app, we hope Fibaro resolve this issue soon.


There is also a limitation within the HC3 scene block editor, you cannot action the Fan Speed buttons. You can only do this by using LUA coding in your scene, the commands are


fibaro.call({ID},"fanLow")
fibaro.call({ID},"fanMed")
fibaro.call({ID},"fanHigh")
fibaro.call({ID},"fanAuto")