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Fibaro Switch 2 control, from Aeotec thermostat TRV radiator valve (Home Centre 2)?


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Hi,

 

I'm trying to get my central heating pump to switch on when my Aeotec TRV valve is open.

 

This ought to be easy. The TRV has a parameter which allows it to report the value position when it changes:

Parameter 6: Valve percentage report

Reports the valve percentage on change. 
Size: 1 Byte, Default Value: 0

Setting Description
0 Reporting disabled
1 - 100 Reporting Delta in percent


 It should be possible to create a scene that switches on the Fibaro Switch 2 which is connected to the heating pump/boiler relay.

 

Now I've installed the devices I can't see how to do this from the Home Centre 2 UI. I don't see any way of specifying the value change message value in a scene.

I also can't see how to see the messages that are received from the TRV to verify that they are being received.

 

I guess that initially I need to work out how to switch this parameter 6 on - Fibaro don't appear to have added template support for the Aeotec TRV (nor my TKBHome thermostats :( ).
Is this going to be a problem, or can I set them manually somehow?

Can someone please give me a steer?

 

Many thanks,

Joe  

 

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