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HC3 With Danfoss Room Sensor And Danfoss TRV's LUA


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Hi,

 

As i just moved recently from HC2 to HC3 i found myself with a heating problem. I have Danfoss Room Sensors and Danfoss LC-13 valves. They are supported in HC3, but i could not modify the temperature from the Danfoss Room Sensor.  Even more, at this moment the HC3 climate interface does not allow for manual mode set via the GUI.

 

So i wrote a bit of LUA code that will read the set temperature and set time interval from the Danfoss Room Sensor, will set the climate panel in Manual mode and sync all the TRV's.

 

Hope it can help someone :)

 

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The LUA trigger should be the Danfoss Room Sensor ID:

 

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Enjoy :) 

 

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A little old subject, but! You write that you have Room sensors, and LC Valves. But these Room sensors, are they sensors made for the LC system, or is it other types?
I'm asking, because I maybe will move to HC3, and collect all my different types of smart things. And I have a full setup of Danfoss LC, and want to be sure, that it can run fully in HC3.

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  • They are called Danfoss Room Sensor 868.42 MHz.  I belive their code is 014G0581

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