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Wallplug VD thermostat


thomas.hvindenhaug
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Hi, Iḿ fairly new to programming Fibaro HC so I would very much appreciate some assistance from the Fibaro community.

 

Iǘe set up a HC2 4.131 in a summer-cabin built up from four small wooden houses. two of which have their own bathroom with underfloor heating controlled by Thermofloor Multireg. 

In the living rooms  I have used Fibaro wallplugs with aeonlabs multisensor together for controlling electric wall-mounted heaters. When adding the wallplug to the system the

setting for "Controlled Device" default to lighting. Does this parameter affect the ability to make the wallplug a suitable component to be a part of a heating panel?

 

Will AeonLabs Smart Switch have an option to set the "Controlled Device" to some sort of heating appliance?

 

Is there a VD thermostat, made up from wall plugs and multisensors, available for download?

 

Thank You

 
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