Blauberg Home
Blauberg Ventilatoren GmbH
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With Blauberg Home and Google Home you will be able to interact with your Blauberg ventilation system(s) and fan(s) with simple voice commands via Google Assistant enabled devices. After linking your Blauberg Home account to Google Home, you can then use your voice to turn on/off the unit(s), change modes, ask the current status, monitor and change the temperature or other available parameters. Check the compatibility of your Blauberg devices with the Blauberg Home and Google Home in the manual or in the support section of the Blauberg website. To get started, add Blauberg ventilation devices to Google Home App: 1. You will need the Blauberg Home App and a valid user account. 2. You will need Blauberg ventilation system(s) or fan(s) with Blauberg Home and Google Home support. 3. Enable Blauberg Home in the Google Home App. Press “+” -> “Set up device” -> “Works with Google” -> find and select the Blauberg Home in the list. 4. You will then be prompted to sign in using your Blauberg Home user credentials and to grant permissions. Completing this step will ensure the necessary communication between Google Home, your Blauberg Home user account, and your connected devices. 5. Assign your Blauberg devices to the rooms. You can rename the rooms or the devices you want to control later with the Google Home app. Please consider using simple names such as "Bedroom", "Dining Room", or "Living Room". If you add new devices to the Blauberg Home app, you can use the Google Home app to rediscover your devices. After setting up the system, try these commands in order to test your connection between Google Assistant and your Blauberg equipment: • “Ok Google, turn on the ventilation.” • “Ok Google, turn off the fan.” • “Ok Google, set the minimum fan speed in the living room.” • “Ok Google, set the living room fan to speed one. • “Ok Google, set the fan to auto operation mode. • “Ok Google, set speed to 3.” • “Ok Google, set the fan to 36% in the living room.” • “Ok Google, set the ventilation to the middle speed.?” • “Ok Google, set the fan speed in the living room to three.” • “Ok Google, set to heat.” • “Ok Google, set the ventilation to heating mode.” • “Ok Google, set the fan to auto. • “Ok Google, what is the ventilation speed?” • “Ok Google, set the ventilation bypass to open.” • “Ok Google, set the fan to regeneration.” • “Ok Google, set the fan direction mode to supply.” • “Ok Google, what direction is the fan in the living room?” • “Ok Google, activate the fan recirculation mode.” • “Ok Google, set the living room temperature to 20 degrees.” • “Ok Google, increase the temp in the living room.” • “Ok Google, reduce the temperature in the living room.” • “Ok Google, what the temperature is the living room?” • “Ok Google, what the humidity is the living room?” • “Ok Google, set the humidity in the living room to 50 %.” • “Ok Google, what is the current humidity?” • “Ok Google, turn on the timer mode in the living room.” • “Ok Google, switch off the timer on the ventilation.” • “Ok Google, turn on the party timer in the living room.” • “Ok Google, activate the fan turbo timer.” • “Ok Google, what is the timer mode?” • “Ok Google, enable the heater in the living room.” • “Ok Google, is the heater active in the living room?” • “Ok Google, enable the schedule in the living room.” • “Ok Google, do I need to replace the filter?” • “Ok Google, what is the CO2 level in the living room?” • “Ok Google, what is the living room ventilation status?”
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Ask your assistant
What is the fan speed?
Make the fan speed lower
Make the fan speed higher
Raise the fan speed
Set fan to 5
Turn off the fan
Lower the fan speed
Turn on the fan
Details
Smart home
Available devices
Android 6.0+ watches
Android 6.0+ TVs
Google Home
Android 5.0+ phones
iOS 10.0+ devices
Headphones
Android 6.0+ tablets
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