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Advise for heating solution


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Good day everyone,

I hope you are all fine today.

I have a lot of Fibaro device's to my house because I wanted to have a full automatization of light and heating.

So far almost everything has been installed: Switches, Heat Controllers, RGB Controllers and Motion Sensors.

There is only one thing I'm missing: a device that will control the boiler.

I tried to read some other topics but I'm not 100% sure about the solution I should adopt.

As I said all the valves has been installed already and the temperature will be verified by the motion sensor in these rooms but how the sensors can request the boiler to turn ON the heating? 

I saw there are thermostat compatible with Fibaro but for most of them I saw a lot of people with issues. I also read that a solution could be the smart implant installed in the same way usually the thermostat is installed. Is that right?

I have a total of 8 radiators respectively installed in 6 different rooms and one unique zone of floor heating. Every radiators and the floor heating have their own Fibaro Valve.

What kind of solution you would advise? I like the idea to have a thermostat, but I don't want to struggle with problems in configurating everything, I have already a huge headache for previous issues :)

Thank you!

 

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Hi Dan991,

I presume your thermostats operate the associated zone/radiator valve by way of their individual dedicated switches (FGS 222?).

All you need to do is set up a scene where any zone switch being 'on' will operate a switch dedicated to energising the boiler.

This switch may be either one channel of a Smart Implant or of an FGS 222.

The boiler will have its own thermostat which will operate independently of your smart system

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