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Hi everybody, I'm trying to create a program with a SRT321. Quite simple program, when the desired temperature is higher then the actual temperature, then a relay module should switch to "on" however, when loading the SRT 321 into the HC2 it shows all three values, actual, setpoint and base. When programming, there is only the actual value available! I need to make a comparisment between the set value and the actual value and with only one value this is very hard to do. Does anybody have any experience or suggestions how to handle this problem? Thanx in advance.
Attempting to control some electric floor heating using a room thermostat a “Secure SRT321” controlling a “Fibaro single switch 2”. It’s simple and it works….. But only if I press “start” on the debug screen it does one run and then doesn’t react until I press “start” again. I’ve been experimenting with: - while true do And - do - until Didn’t make any difference, so hope I’m just making a stupid mistake and someone can help me. Here’s the script: --[[ %% autostart %% properties %% weather %% events %% globals --]] if (fibaro:countScenes()>1) then fibaro:debug('Kill the second scene!'); fibaro:abort(); end local wk_room = 6 -- Actuele temperatuur local wk_set = 5 -- Gewenste temperatuur local heating = 51 -- Vloer verwarming local wk_room = tonumber(fibaro:getValue(wk_room, "value")); -- Actuele temperatuur woonkamer local wk_set = tonumber(fibaro:getValue(wk_set, "value")); -- Gewenste temperatuur woonkamer fibaro:debug('Woonkamer actuele temperatuur: ' ..wk_room); -- print actuele temperatuur woonkamer fibaro:debug('Woonkamer gewenste temperatuur: ' ..wk_set); -- print gewenste temperatuur woonkamer local wk_diff = wk_set - wk_room fibaro:debug('Verschil in temperatuur woonkamer: ' ..wk_diff); if (wk_diff >= 2) then fibaro:call(heating, "turnOn") fibaro:debug('er is warmtevraag '); else fibaro:call(heating, "turnOff") fibaro:debug('er is geen warmtevraag '); end Help, Gary
Good morning everyone! I have set up several rooms in the house with a thermostat and a wall plug directly associated, the thermostat controlling the wall plug. The thermostat is also controlled by a heating panel, but that's a different topic and works fine. Yesterday one wall plug stopped communicating with the HC2, and the thermostat would not control it either, it was just always on and the room got rather warm! I tried to remove the wall plug and add it again, and do the association again, everything seems fine, but the thermostat WILL NOT control the wall plug... I am totally lost, I worked with this for several hours yesterday, tried factory reset on the thermostat and the wall plug, to no avail... The only difference I can actually see is that one wall plug displays the serial no. and the other doesn't, see picture. Can this possibly affect my setup??? I am grateful for any help! Kind regards, Jonas
Today I noticed something in the Event Panel that I had not noticed before - and I would like to know what device "property" this data is coming from... The image shows events that are generated for a Horstmann HRT4-ZW (a.k.a. Secure SRT321). Normally I would see the changes to the "value" property in the event panel and it would show something like "16.00 > 21.00" to indicate that the desired room temperature as set on the thermostat has changed from 16 to 21 degrees Celcius. What I noticed now is updates like "0.00 > 1.00" and "1.00 > 0.00". These appear to represent the independent state-changes of the thermostat where "0.00 > 1.00" means that the thermostat is asking for heat (it wants to turn the boiler on) and "1.00 > 0.00" means that the thermostat is no longer asking for heat (it wants to turn the boiler off). These events started to show up whilst the heating zone was set to "away" mode with a fixed temperature. At some point the actual room temperature dropped below the configured temperature and therefore the thermostat started to ask for heat... I have not been able to find out what device property is used for these signals. I would like to detect these changes using a scene - but in order to do that I need to know where it is coming from. Does anybody know?