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Has anyone done this before. or know if this is possible? I have 4 of these sensors i need to hook up? Alternatively, is it possible with another z-wave compatible device?
Has anyone done this before. or know if it possible? Or maybe with another z-wave compatible device?
Hi, I really need some help. I have 2 soil moisture probes wiring in correctly (I believe) into the RGBW unit. Using a multi meter between the ground an IN1 & IN2 i get 3v and 8v readings. My problem is that no matter what setting I use in HC3 the preview window for each channel always reads zero. Have I got the wrong end of the stick? Please help me! Thanks, mike.
Hi guys, I need a Z-Wave analog sensor, that is more precise (and more stable) than a RGBW module. Since my technical skills are very limited, I'm offering a deal to anyone who is interested in building such device for me. Requirements: - have to work with HC2, EU frequency - 4 analog inputs 0-10V - resolution 12 bit (4096 individual levels) or better - reports value on POLL or Level Change - device reports itself to HC2 as a temperature sensor, 0V=0°C, 10V=100°C - have to work with industrial 0-10V sensors, Rmin=1MOhm (IE: industrial watter level pressure sensor) - powered by 24V power source - no batteries needed for operation - DIN rail casing I'm offering 250EUR for a working device. Anyone interested, please let me know. Background story: I need to continuously monitor watter level in 3 separate tanks with HC2. I've tried to use RGBW analog input, but watter level was chaning very slowly (cca 0.1V per 14 days) so that RGBW was not able to notice that change. Translation into temperature is needed because temperature is one of the two variables that HC2 is able to visualize using weekly chart (the other is power consumption). Thanks beforehand, Ondrej Bajer