The API for the thermostat is well documented and is REST based.   Very nice and simple API in my opinion and am very happy with my Homewerks thermostats so far.

http://radiothermostat.com/documents/RTCOA%20WiFI%20API%20V1_0R3.pdf

FWIW: I have a python driver for it here https://github.com/zonyl/pytomation/blob/master/pytomation/interfaces/hw_thermostat.py that anyone is welcome to gain any knowledge from for a direct MH implementation.  You could also use the code as is and do a named pipe or MHSend type of integration side-by-side.



On Wed, May 29, 2013 at 2:49 PM, Joel Davidson <jrd@prismnet.com> wrote:
I believe there was someone here who was writing some code for this
thermostat a year or so ago.  They mentioned that the mfg had
finally released an api for the unit, so that would have made the
process a whole lot easier.  Maybe take a look through the
archives of the list for RadioThermostat or Filtree.

Joel

On Wed, 29 May 2013, it would appear that Timothy Spaulding wrote:

> Hello All,
>
> Does anyone have any MH code that can control the thermostat listed in the subject?
>
> These are all the same thermostat, but have different brands/marking:
>
> Filtree is the brand name sold by HomeDepot
> Ct-30 is what is sold by Amazon.
>
> RadioThermostat is I believe the underlying name of the device.
>

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