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POPP Z Weather
Damir Popovic posted a question in Other Devices / Third-party devicesI have POPP Z Weather station. When I install it on Fibaro HCL controller it says that device has no template to be configured. Is this device supported by Fibaro?
Weather Station general icons
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Weather station - recommdation
Veki posted a question in Home Center 2Hi. Can someone recommended semiprofessional weather station (tep., rain, wind, pir) that works with HC2. Thanks
Hello forum, I'm a newbie to Fibaro but not home automation (have been using X10 for some years and recently tried Insteon which I thought was a complete disaster!) I am now building up my Z-WAVE network and started with a Fibaro Home Center 2 and some Motion sensors, Wall Plugs, etc. One of the things I would like to be able to organise if automatic watering of my lawns. I currently use a normal watering computer but I am toying with the idea of using the HC2 to control that and have seen several articles on that, looks ok. I also recently bought a full Netatmo set (Indoor and outdoor sensors, wind sensor and rain sensor). I would love to be able to grab the readings from these sensors to drive the sprinklers. How do I do that? Am I going to have to learn LUA and create Virtual Devices to achieve that? Appreciate all and any feedback and advice! Regards