The runtime object represents the last known thermostat running state. This state is composed from the last interval status message received from a thermostat. It is also updated each time the thermostat posts configuration changes to the server.
The runtime object contains the last 5 minute interval value sent by the thermostat for the past 15 minutes of runtime. The thermostat updates the server every 15 minutes with the last three 5 minute readings.
The actual temperature and humidity will also be updated when the equipment state changes by the thermostat, this may occur at a frequency of 3 minutes, however it is only transmitted when there is an equipment state change on the thermostat.
The runtime object contains two fields, desiredHeatRange and desiredCoolRange, which can be queried and used to determine that any holds being set through the API will not be adjusted. The API caller should check these ranges before calling the setHold function to mitigate against the new set points being adjusted by the server if the values are outside the acceptable ranges.
See Thermostat Interval Report Data for additional information about the interval readings.
The runtime object is read-only.
|runtimeRev||String||yes||no||The current runtime revision. Equivalent in meaning to the runtime revision number in the thermostat summary call.|
|connected||Boolean||yes||no||Whether the thermostat is currently connected to the server.|
|firstConnected||String||yes||no||The UTC date/time stamp of when the thermostat first connected to the ecobee server.|
|connectDateTime||String||no||no||The last recorded connection date and time.|
|disconnectDateTime||String||no||no||The last recorded disconnection date and time.|
|lastModified||String||yes||no||The UTC date/time stamp of when the thermostat was updated. Format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS|
|lastStatusModified||String||yes||no||The UTC date/time stamp of when the thermostat last posted its runtime information. Format: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS|
|runtimeDate||String||yes||no||The UTC date of the last runtime reading. Format: YYYY-MM-DD|
|runtimeInterval||Integer||yes||no||The last 5 minute interval which was updated by the thermostat telemetry update. Subtract 2 from this interval to obtain the beginning interval for the last 3 readings. Multiply by 5 mins to obtain the minutes of the day. Range: 0-287|
|actualTemperature||Integer||yes||no||The current temperature displayed on the thermostat.|
|actualHumidity||Integer||yes||no||The current humidity % shown on the thermostat.|
|rawTemperature||Integer||yes||no||The dry-bulb temperature recorded by the thermostat. When Energy.FeelsLikeMode is set to humidex, Runtime.actualTemperature will report a "feels like" temperature.|
|showIconMode||Integer||yes||no||The currently displayed icon on the thermostat.|
|desiredHeat||Integer||yes||no||The desired heat temperature as per the current running program or active event.|
|desiredCool||Integer||yes||no||The desired cool temperature as per the current running program or active event.|
|desiredHumidity||Integer||yes||no||The desired humidity set point.|
|desiredDehumidity||Integer||yes||no||The desired dehumidification set point.|
|desiredFanMode||String||yes||no||The desired fan mode. Values: auto, on or null if the HVAC system is off and the thermostat is not controlling a fan independently.|
|desiredHeatRange||Integer||yes||no||This field provides the possible valid range for which a desiredHeat setpoint can be set to. This value takes into account the thermostat heat temperature limits as well the running program or active events. Values are returned as an Integer array representing the canonical minimum and maximum, e.g. [450,790].|
|desiredCoolRange||Integer||yes||no||This field provides the possible valid range for which a desiredCool setpoint can be set to. This value takes into account the thermostat cool temperature limits as well the running program or active events. Values are returned as an Integer array representing the canonical minimum and maximum, e.g. [650,920].|