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heatingThermostatSetpointFuture - anyone can tell me what does that mean please?


Neo Andersson
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Hello guys,

I am facing some serious issues with some of my QA..

It seems to me that when I set a thermostat programatically to some setpoint with  "fibaro.call(thermostat_id, setHeatingThermostatSetoint,22)" at forexamle 08:00 then a do the same call for another setpoint automatically at 12:00 with a call like "fibaro.call(thermostat_id, setHeatingThermostatSetoint,21)", it seems that the setopint doesnt change. It goes back to 22 at some point between 08 to 12 hours..

So i have checked out in swagger what else should I set, to make my thermostat keep the setpoint until I wont change it, but i could not find anything..only suspicious action seemed to me is :"heatingThermostatSetpointFuture "

Can anyone help me with this?

How to set programatically my thermostat that it will keep the given setpoint until i change it ?

Does this heatingThermostatSetpointFuture action have anything to do with this problem?

Many thanks for any help..

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