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Replacing the thermostat with a relay switch


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The temperature sensors are controlled the Heatcontrollers not the Homecenter. The homecenter control also the Heatcontrollers. But the Homecenter doesn't know the temperature in the room and don't know if there is a room that need heating. Because this you can't use a scene to control you heater. 

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Hello,

 

I want to connect a Fibaro relay switch (1x2.5) on a thermostat. I just take a look on yours examples but does not mach on the way that I want. If I connect the 2 wire from thermostat directly on IN and Q from relay it is OK. But my ideas is to use both systems in parallel . Here I refer to manual command from room thermostat, but also to have the possibility to action this from Fibaro.  The problem is if I connect the wires as I sad they don`t know one of each other. If I action the thermostat manually  the fibaro HC2 does not know that this is started.  I try other option to connect the thermostat wires on S1 and S2 and the heat connect in IN an Q but also dose not work. Do you have any ideas?

 

Thx,

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