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Heating panel in combination with window sensor


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I am using the Heating Panel and it works well.

I have also installed the Fibaro window sensors, also working well. Adjusts temperature in individual rooms perfect.

I would like to combine the 2 so that the heating in the room is switched of if the window is open.

Checke a lot can´t find a way to do tat, come in ti h´the heating panel programming and introduce new code.

Any ideas?

Unit Home Center 2. version 4.170

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Hi
First create a virtual device that controls the heating panel.


A scene run vacation mode with an appropriate temperature when the window is opened.
When the window is closed, another scene should run normal mode..:)

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  • Hej hTiger1

    Jag är svensk (Malmö). Would you like to use English or Skandinavisk?

    I am not so advanced in the programming of the Fibaro system so I don´t understand your advice.

    I am quite ok in building scenes, but how to "create a virtual device that controls the heating panel" ?

    You do this in a LUA script?

    Hilsen

    Stig

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    Hi

    Is google so bad. ;D
    I use google translate because google is better in english than i am.

     

    Unfortunately, I only have one HCL so no lua, but the virtual device is the same on HCL and HC2 in this case.

     

    You can import my virtual device. 

    Please login or register to see this attachment.

    Same place as you add devices.

     

    Then copy your changes in and delete if there are too many buttons, that's probably the easiest way to get started with virtual devices.
    I bowed a lot with my first virtual device, but now it's much better.

     

    You must generate a password with "base64" see kunoch @ cookbook,  at the bottom of page 2.  It's a great guide he has made.

    Please login or register to see this link.

              see bottom.

     

     

    Then replace your password with your own, and id and name on the heating panel.
    Finally, you must customize VacationTemperature for your setup. "0" means the schedule in the heating panel.  "15 "will set your thermostats to 15 degrees.

     

    Very important: When you copy / paste into virtual devices, be careful not to insert or delete spaces. Because then it will not work.

     

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