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Hello, I have been using McoHome thermostats for a long time (mh8) and when you set the fan speed there are only three options: high medium and low. But when you set the fan speed from the thermostat itself, there is the auto option which you can leave it on and does its job, not requiring you to change the fan speed every time. Also the parameters are not available for the thermostats even though the thermostats are quite popular and it has been more than a year that I sent the template to fibaro. At least, add the automatic fan speed option so that everything becomes much easier. Thank you!
Hi Everyone, I would appreciate any opinions on using the MCO Home MH9 sensor, particularly around reliability, accuracy and integration with Home Center 2. I am considering purchasing the MH9-CO2-WD device to control opening and closing of a traditional home window (via one or two Qubino 24V Flush Shutter DC devices hooked up to D+H VCD 203 actuator coupled with D+H FRA 11-BSY+ window lock). The main focus is to secure natural ventilation of a small sleeping room in order to keep an acceptable CO2 range. Temperature reading will also be much of use including preventing ventilation below a certain minimum temperature. Less so humidity and the VOC level. I require the ability to set two CO2 thresholds, e.g. 1600 PPM to open the window and then e.g. 800 PPM to close it. It sounds like MH9 would fully do what I intend given its full integration with Fibaro. I just want to ask around for user opinions as the device is pricy. An alternative I already invested in (but could use elsewhere) is a SENVA CHTWL-A CO2 sensor that seems very reliable. The SENVA sensor however, would not be a fully integrated application as I would need to hook it up via its contractfree output to a Fibaro Universal Binary Sensor. SENVA does support two thresholds. Many thanks!
Hello, I want to connect the thermostat (Heatit or MCO HOME MH7H) to FIBARO HC2, I want to control it using the heating panel. On the thermostat I set the manual mode to be controlled via FIBARO. Adding (MH7H or Heatit) to HC2 was ok, 4 objects were added. I put them in the room, created a heating zone for the room on the heating panels, I assigned the appropriate thermometer to the zone. Association Group 1 is set to the default setting. The control of the heating via the set FIBARO heating panel initially works OK. If the temperature varies with time in heating panel, the setting also changes to the thermostat. However, there is a problem - when I manually change the temperature on the thermostat during the heating schedule time, the thermostat will stop responding to the heating plan! This situation may occur when I come home from work sooner, the heating plan is set to 18 degrees and I want to turn on the heating for several hours. I have to always enter manual temperature via APP ??? I would like to be able to set the temperature manually on the thermostat too, sometimes it's easier than a smartphone. Well, I would expect that when the next heating period comes, the thermostat will adapt to the defined heating plan ... But it does not work.