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Fibaro Control Central A/C Units




I am interested in the control of central air conditioning A/C units using zwave.

Can you tell me how it would be possible to control several central A/C units in a house (3 floors house with 1 or 2 in each floor) ?

I was thinking of the SRT321 thermostat in combination with the SSR303; however, I was checking with an aircon specialist here and he was saying that the SSR303 would not work since central A/C units here are powered by 24V and they use some transformer to get that, but I think he was lying and just claiming that because of fear of competition of some sort. I really do not know anything about airconditioning and central A/C, can you tell me how practical it would be to use this SRT321 and SSR303 combination to be able to do this?

If it is not possible, what other option is there ? I do NOT want just to turn on and off, I want full temperature control.


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