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Temperature sensor


Lode
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I have one external temp sensor for two rooms.

I get two different values for each room but like i said it's the same sensor.

Any ideas ?

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Most likely you get one temp from the external sensor in one room  and one temp from the internal sensor of the heat controller in the second room.

 

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  • That's what i tought as well but parameter 3 "optional temperature sensor connected and operational" is checked by both valves.

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    Just to expand this question...

    Is it ok to use temperature data from Motion sensor in the same room instead of FGBRS-001 sensor?

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    Hi Lode, this issue has been already reported 2 years ago. I use the same temperature sensor for 2 heat controllers. Even if they're assigned to the same room usually the controllers used to see a different temperature. The readings are pretty random so if you force it to resent a temperature reading several times in a minute you will get different values. 

    In addition the reading intervals for each controller are different.

     

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