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Hello from France


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Hello, my name is Baptiste,

I'm 22, i live in France up to Paris.


I'm looking to use my heat controllers with my motion sensors temp. It's possible ?



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Hi Baptiste


it is possible, if the devices use z-wave. However, z-wave devices can be a bit tricky to use depending on the company that made the device and how the firmware is set up. However, Fibaro Homecenter talks with most devices as far as I know. Do you have problems then there is help on this forum. Welcome!

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Hey there,


I have the following devices measuring temperature for my heating:

- Fibaro motion sensor

- Fibaro UBS with BD18B20 temp probes 

- AEOTEC 4 in 1

- AEOTEC 6 in 1


All of them report temp fine. They can each be added to a linked device to control the device that turns the heating on.


To turn the heating on, I use:

- Fibaro Single Switch

- Fibaro Double Switch

- Fibaro Relay


All of the above devices work perfectly fine to turn heating on/off


The Switches and Relays either:

- directly power electric underfloor heating for bathrooms

- power an (water based, I think) actuator to allow water to pass through a pipe for both water based underfloor heating and radiators


My heating is working perfectly fine. I can't say I have any faults with it anymore.

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