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Temperature scene


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Need help setting up a block scene for HC3 based on outside temperature.
When the temperature drops below -5 degrees and colder, a heating coil connected to the wall plug turn on and when the temperature rises above 0 degrees, it switches off.

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  • I have done this two different scenes, but not sure if they should be >= or == or > in symbols

     

     

     

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  • ok! 

    thanks for the support.
    but have I understood it correctly that >=0 means that when the temperature is = 0 or above 0 it turns off the system and <= -5 means that when the temperature is -5 or lower like -10 it turns the system on?

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    Indeed, in text:

     

    temperature greater than or equal to zero

    temperature smaller than or equal to minus five

     

    ofcourse you could experiment a bit with the blockscenes. Just use only a notification or a light. I don’t know if it is already that cold in Sweden, but you could use the temperature range of, for example, -1 to +3 if that temperature is around the current temperature in Sweden. 

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