I have looked through the developer API and there is a command to read the humidity, but none to set the humidity.
In Canada, when its cold, it is often dry. We need to run a humidifier. However, when it gets too cold, the humidity level needs to be turned down so condensation doesn’t occur on the windows.
- Is there a feature whereby Nest will turn down the humidity based on the inside to outside temperature differential (competitors do)
- Is there an official API call to set the humidity so if the answer to #1 is no, a workaround can be constructed without having to replace our $250 thermostat with the competitor’s?