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  1. I have just brought me an HCL, a double relay, and heating controllers with temperature sensors. I wanted to create a system when I am able to run each room on its own heating schedules. For this. I have got the TRVs which have the separate temperature sensors linked to each TRV. .So far I have got the boiler running all the time, with the TRVs running their own schedule via the heating panel. But I am finding that at times, the room is below the temperature desired and the TRV serpoint it still stuck that temperature. What I mean by this is, I want a room to be 23c, but the sensor reporting 21c, and the trv setpoint is till at 23c. Should the set point of the trv be pushed to max in order to get to the temperature required on the temperature sensor. I am also struggling on how I can get the combi boiler to fire when a room is below the desired temperature. Any ideas on how this would be implemented.
  2. Hey FIBARO Community, i started to code my own scenes in lua some days ago and finally finished some automated parts. The script is working well but there is a part i don't know how to fix. I will comment inline so please read the whole topic. 1. Define the motion (ID 102) after the properties to tell the script to act if the value of motion changes --[[ %% properties 102 value %% globals --]] 2. Define all ID's i want to use in this script local scene = 109 -- ID of this scene local motion = 102 -- ID motion sensor local deckenlampetreppe = 84 -- ID of the lamp 3. Time in seconds the lamp should be activated local starttimer = 10 -- activate lamp in seconds 4. Write the motion value to a variable and convert it from string to integer to be able to work with it later local motionwert = tonumber(fibaro:getValue(motion, "value")); 5. Check if this scene is already active and stop if its true if (fibaro:countScenes()>1) then fibaro:abort(); end 6. If motion is activated (value is > 0), activate the lamp if (motionwert > 0 ) then fibaro:call(deckenlampetreppe, "turnOn"); 7. Set the current time to the variable timer and as long as the current time minus the 'timer' is smaller then the 'starttimer' that was set on top, let the script sleep. If there is still movement reset the timer to hold the lamp activated. timer = os.time(); while os.time() - timer < starttimer do fibaro:sleep(1000); if (tonumber(fibaro:getValue(motion, "value"))) > 0 then timer = os.time(); end end 8. If the difference in seconds is higher then defined on top, disable the lamp again fibaro:call(deckenlampetreppe, "turnOff"); 9. End the if and kill the scene end fibaro:killScenes(scene); Okay this is the script and its working well but? This is right -> If i activate the lamp on the switch the lamp stays activated and works. This fails -> If i disable the lamp on the switch the motion sensor does not activate the lamp again if i walk into it. It looks like the motion sensor still sleeps and i need to wait like 30 seconds before it is working again. I already tried to change some parameters (2,6) on the motion settings but nothing helps me out here. I want that the motion always works and checks and starts the scene also when i disabled the lamp with the switch some seconds before. I already tried to write another scene that kills the motion scene from above when i turn the switch because i was thinking its still running and can't run twice but it feels for me that the motion needs like 30 - 40 seconds to get back to working. I really hope you can help me out here. Greetings, tiCeR
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