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Fibaro Wall Plug - Electric Panel Heating


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Hi all,

I am lost....

I am trying to control the temperature in a room using a Danfoss Temp. Sensor and a Fibaro wall plug conected to a electric panel heater.

I am doing some ting wrong or missing some settings.

I have also tried the same with a Fibaro motion/ temp sensor and a Fibaro wall plug without luck

 

Any help is much appreciated

 

Best regards a newbie 

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Hi
You must first use "Linked devices" and "Heating" to connect your motion / temp sensor with wall plug.
Then you create a heating panel, and then it should work.
The heating panel finds the sensor / wall plug.
I use the same configuration for a ceiling fan, but with the AC panel.

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  • Thx hTiger1

    It worked like a charm.

    now the only thing that is left is to get the Danfoss temp sensor to talk directly to the Fibaro wall plug, so I can change the temperature locally 

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    Hi...according to me electric heaters has benefits of these are they are safe, the only drawback I see is the price. Since it is cheaper to buy these to add a bit of heat to my entertainment room I will most likely do that also. I have already sealed drafts, added insulation, sealed my ducts, added a heat pump.

     

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