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PIR sensor and heat it thermostat connectivity



I have an open plan kitchen and living area and currently have underfloor heating. I have a heater thermostat in the kitchen area and then one at about half way down the room for the living area.


the issue is I have a lot of glass along one side and around the corner of a wall in the form of 8 bifold door panels.


when you sit in the living area towards the window you can feel a temperature difference in the room which means the thermostat clicks off reaching the right temperature in the middle of the room before the end is warm enough.


so my thinking is can I have the temperature from the PIR sensor relay back to the heat it unit and then continue to call for heat until the temperature is reached?


how do I code for this as a scene? Please help as I’m a novice 



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Off course you can do it, but if you'll continue to heat the room then in the middle of the room will be too hot...isn't?.

What PIR sensor you have and how you control your heater?

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  • Heat it thermostat and fibaro motion sensor with thermostat, lux etc built in.


    was hoping it could use the 2 temp points to get a median temp or just relay temp between to get to right temp it’s only about 2 degrees so could offset the actual thermostat 

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