Mitsubishi Electric Heat Pump Control with Google Assistant

Mitsubishi Electric Heat Pump Control with Google Assistant

Google Assistant's voice control feature allows for control of Google Home, smartwatches, and mobile phones. Google Home smart speaker, for example, allows you to  check the weather, play music, and control smart home devices using the "Hey, Google" voice commands.


Mitsubishi's Wi-Fi Interface Control PAC-USWHS002-WF-2 and systems with inbuilt Wi-Fi can be operated with Google Assistant. 

To connect Google Assistant to control Mitsubishi devices, download the Heat Pump Control App (Kumo Cloud) and follow the setup guide. If your indoor unit does not have inbuilt Wi-Fi, use the PAC-USWHS002-WF-2 Wi-Fi interface kit. Check out the article here to see how to set up the Wi-Fi interface kit.

You need a separate PAC-USWHS002-WF-2 Wi-Fi Control Interface for each heat pump you wish to control. All heat pumps can be synced to the same account for convenient control of your systems.

 Skip to the next steps if it is already set up.

Configure Google Home if it is not already set up (can be done by following the instructions here). After Google Home setup, it should be ready to work with Wi-Fi control.

Open Google Home App. Press Add>> Set up device

Press "Have something already set up?" button

Search for Mitsubishi and select “Mitsubishi Electric - Wi-Fi Control”. If this is not available, search for the US Listing for “Melview” and select “Melview Wi-Fi Control”.

Follow the prompts and log into your Mitsubishi Electric Wi-Fi Control Account.

It will then discover and link your connected heat pumps

You can assign the heat pumps to their respective rooms and now offer control by asking your Google Home, "Hey Google..."

Learn more about other HVAC Wireless Interfaces here.

Contact our HVAC Controls Engineering team for assistance with custom HVAC control solutions or learn more here.

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