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Detect open window with HCL3


Michael78

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Hello everyone,

 

I have purchased and installed the thermostat heat controller FGT-001 and an external temperature sensor FGBRS-001. I control the whole thing with the Home Center Lite 3. How can I detect an open window in this combination? I have already read some forum posts and understood that when the external temperature sensor is connected the thermostat does not turn down when there is an open window. You can probably recognize the whole thing via parameter 3 and should write your own script to switch off the thermostat. Now comes my actual question, how can I read out parameter 3 with a Home Center Lite 3. A small coding example would help me but please for the HCL3. 

 

Thanks for your support

Michael

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10 hours ago, Michael78 said:

Hello everyone,

 

I have purchased and installed the thermostat heat controller FGT-001 and an external temperature sensor FGBRS-001. I control the whole thing with the Home Center Lite 3. How can I detect an open window in this combination? I have already read some forum posts and understood that when the external temperature sensor is connected the thermostat does not turn down when there is an open window. You can probably recognize the whole thing via parameter 3 and should write your own script to switch off the thermostat. Now comes my actual question, how can I read out parameter 3 with a Home Center Lite 3. A small coding example would help me but please for the HCL3. 

 

Thanks for your support

Michael

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