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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.
Hi, I had a fairly complex scene running before the update, which i stitched together from code on this forum about a year ago. It checks all my valves set temperatures and compares them with the nearest temperature sensor. If there are valves that need the boiler to be on, i turn it on, if not i turn it off. This happens all day long with a lot of sleeps. Now before the update the code worked fine and used the following boiler functionality: local boiler = 139 boilerStatus = tonumber(fibaro:getValue(boiler, 'state')) -- Check current state (1 = on 0 = off) fibaro:call(boiler, 'turnOn') -- Turn boiler on fibaro:call(boiler, 'turnOff') -- Turn boiler off The state variable still seems to work. The turnOn and turnOff actions are gone... I can only call: reconfigure() -- every device has this... setmode() -- don't know how to use this => must i give an on/off parameter somehow? I have never used an action/function that requires a parameter... Any tips? Thanks already Florian