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Heat controller + Boiler control


Decorpc

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Hi everyone.

 

I am studying the possibility of using the heat controller in my radiators, but I have a question about control the boiler.

 

Now, I have a thermostat in my living room with a free potential contact to turn on/off the boiler when the temperature reaches/drops the predefined value.

 

Do I need to change this thermostat for one compatible with heat controllers?

Maybe only with an actuator on/off should be fine...Isn't it? Wich one do you recommend?

Are there any other options?

What about to leave a conventional valve always opened to avoid pressure rises when all the controllers are closed?

 

Thank you very much

 

 

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Hi @SmartLifeSystems

 

I connected 3 smartimplants on my boiler like the drawing, below.

Every output is setup in the linked devices panel with the fibaro TVR remote temp. sensor, Every zwave temperature sensor will do.

In the heating panel I did set-up a schedule for every room/zone.

 

according to the Ariston Class Premium Evo 24  manual you should use the TA contact.

 

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