I have recently got this thermostat as well. I have not tried to set the setpoint in the app/sitemap. I could however set the temperature when connecting the thermostat to Google Assistant so it seems to do something for me. Saying “Set the floor temperature to X” works and also via the Google “Home” app.
I can help debug if you need any more information.
I’m sorry for the confusion, I just pointed out that my device (same as threadstarters) seems to be working fine. I have set the setpoint successfully via Google Home/Home app but I have not tried to set it directly from Openhab, but it should be the same. My point was that this might indicate that it might be something wrong with @kaliif1234 setup.
Since it seems to work for me I just offered to make comparisons between my setup (which seems to work) and theirs (versions, logs etc) if this could be of use.
To clarify, I use Google Home/Assistant with the cloud connector pointing at my Openhab items/channels (i.e Google changes the same “Number” item as I would change directly in Openhab. So to me it seems the same).
Sure - but what I meant is that unless @Masssssy has the same (new) device version as you, it will not change. Also, the binding code has not changed at all, so there will not be any difference in what the binding sends just because you added a new database entry.
Actually I might have confused up the versions of the device. I might actually have the Z-TRM2FX version, so my input might have been completely useless. I can check later when I get home which version it is I have (bought it very recently so figured it was the latest but TRM2FX rings more bells in my head).
I’m a bit confused - hasn’t he already done that? The change you made to the database will not make any difference to how the code works, so any tests done on the binding in the past will still show the code is fine.
Also, as I showed above - the command that the binding sent for YOUR system also looks fine to me.