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z-water and Z-temp2 on HC3


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Hello.

Do anyone have any experiance With this combo? Heatit z-temp2 was made for this reason, but i can't  get it to work.

I'm pretty New With fibaro, but everything have gone easy until now.

Do anyone have a a-b-c how to set it all up working for a noob like me? :)

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you need use associations group 3 and some valve or switch to manage. Then valve and termostat are linked to work.

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when you wish to use properly association, please remember to set first:

- only multichannel association from endpoint 0 to HC3 (on z-water)

- only multichannel association from endpoint 0 to HC3 (on z-temp2)

 

After that step you can use/set association from Z-temp2 (endpoint 0, group 3) to one of the channels on z-water, which will be then controlled via association. If you haven't set properly the mulitchannel first (and removed single channel as well), the z-temp2 will turn on all channels instead of only the one which has been associated.

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2 hours ago, tinman said:

If you haven't set properly the mulitchannel first (and removed single channel as well), the z-temp2 will turn on all channels

Interesting and confusing example of how multichannel and single channel can interact (and some vendor dependent implementation details as well).

 

In some areas, Z-Wave carries a lot of weight because it is an evolving standard with backwards compatibility constraints!

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