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Help with TimeStamp of HeatingPanel


RiccardoCanetta

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Hi,

I'm struggling with LUA - I need to set the heating zone to 0 degrees for just 1 hour when the thermostat incorrectly reports that there are 0 degrees in the room. This is what I did

 

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Unfortunately this doesn't work - schedule gets cancelled and no heating works anymore in the room..

 

I tried playing with os.date and os.time functions but couldn't come up with a working solution...

 

Any ideas please?

 

Thanks
Riccardo

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  • Hi,

    since I remember that this was working in the past (I had even documented it here: 

    ) I made one last try, which was to set temperature to a different value than 0 - and it works! so it means that probably in 4.620 Fibaro changed something and zero is not an allowed value anymore. @T.Konopka am I right? unfortunately I am holding to 4.620 due to reconfiguration need for 4.630, so I think I'll have to change the Everspring thermostats that are, at the end, working well since exactly 10 years (I just realised I registered to this forum on Nov 23, 2012!)

     

    Br,

    Riccardo

     

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