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Boiler Control



I have been running Fibaro TVR's on all of my radiators for a few years now and My old boiler have given problems with over heating when all the TVR's close due to no heat needed.

I fitted a bypass valve that lets the hot water circulate rather than just dead head.

I am getting a new boiler immanently and the plumbers merchant doesn't understand what is happing with FIBARO TVR valves and the controller.

Can anyone tell me of  a boiler controller that will work with Fibaro and z-wave system that I can program to tern the boiler off but leave the pump running?

Do I need to fit tempters sensors to the flow and return pipes to find the differential tempter of the water?

What is the simplest way to program this?

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Hi I’ve a similar problem. I have 3 water circulator after the boiler ( one for each zone) without bypass, so I need to know when all the valves in a zone are closed to stop the circulator of the zone.

I see the point exposes a switch (binary sensor) what it’s for?

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Anyone got an answer to this question as I have a Biomass Boiler with a large buffer tank and 3 pumps that feed different heating zones. When the Fibaro heat controllers in a certain zone need heat I want to turn the zone pump on? 

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@Sky lordFound a solution:

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