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fibaro heat controller external sensor



Hi I was wondering how I could see whether the external heat sensor is still properly connected to the heat controller? I'm getting weird readings (37 degrees C).



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You can check if the external sensor is connected in parameter 3 in Heat controller's advanced settings tab.


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  • yes, that was what I thought as well, however, I had issues with my room temperature (37 degrees) while actually it was only 19 degrees. HOwever, my heater is hidden a bit so the temperature sensor overthere could very well be around 37 degrees. Also, i saw that the battery level of the temperature was equal to that of the heat controller, and when i charged the heat controller, the temperature sensor battery was also charging. 


    This made me think that it is not using the external termperature sensor. When I tried to reconnect the extra temperature sensor, it appeared to be dead. after changing battery it worked again. Howcome that I do not get a notification of dead external sensor? plus how can it be that parameter 3 still shows temperature sensor connected and operational

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