MyUplink for CTC heat pumps

Everything you need to know to connect your CTC heat pump to Tibber via MyUplink and what you get access to in the Tibber app.

Updated over a week ago

CTC is part of the Nibe Group and MyUplink is Nibes platform for connecting and controlling WiFi-connected heat pumps. Through Tibbers cooperation with Nibe and CTC you are now able to control your CTC heat pump via MyUplink directly in the Tibber app ๐Ÿฅณ

Unfortunately, there is currently no support for Tibbers smart heating with CTC heat pumps. We are hoping to be able to provide this in the future.


What will I get access to in the Tibber app?

Exactly what you get access to after connecting your F-series heat pump depends on the setup in your home.

With an indoor temperature sensor connected to your heat pump, you will see:

  • A thermostat bubble on the home screen allowing you to control the target temperature.

    • In this bubble you will also get access to the current and historical indoor temperature as well as the set point temperature.

    • You'll also be able to activate native vacation mode from the Tibber app.

  • A sensor bubble on the home screen for each of ๐Ÿ‘‡

    • Current and historic outdoor temperature.

    • Hot water temperature.

Without an indoor temperature sensor, you will see:

  • A sensor bubble on the home screen for each of ๐Ÿ‘‡

    • Current and historic outdoor temperature.

    • Hot water temperature.


How do I connect my CTC to Tibber via MyUplink?

  1. Click on "Power-ups" at the bottom of the home screen in the Tibber app.

  2. Click on "Heating", find and click on "CTC" in the list and click "Connect".

  3. Follow the instructions to connect your CTC heat pump as a power-up using your MyUplink credentials.

  4. Your CTC heat pump should appear as a circle on the home screen. If not, click the โš™๏ธ in the top right corner and mark that your related power-up bubbles should be displayed on the home screen๐Ÿ‘


Glossary

Target temperature

The temperature that your heat pump is working towards and when reached try to keep.


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