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Heat controllers, Relay and Heatit Thermostat


JelleO

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Hello,

 

I have following setup:

Fibaro heat controllers in every room (some rooms still have Danfoss Z-wave valves)

1 singel relay for the kettle: On/off

1 heatit thermostat to manually override the schedule; i.e somebody is at home early, sick or whatever.

 

All devices were integrated properly but don't seem to work together.

The relay doesn't turn on when I ask higher temp on the heatit thermostat.

Also, I reached 24 degrees, and the relay didn't turn off.

 

In HC2 you had to link the devices. In HC3 I don't see that option.

 

I followed this, but no succes: 

 

 

Then I found on the forum that I had to add the thermostat as "other device" etc... no succes.

 

All help will be appreciated!

Thanks in advance!

 

 

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Per room or area to be heated, you can define a zone in the settings -> climate panel.
In the upper right corner (pencil) you can define which sensor needs to be used for temperature and which devices are controlled.

 

You need to add a separate quick app to switch on the boiler when one of the zones requires heat.

 

That was also the case in HC2.

 

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