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FHEM Forum. Verschiedene Messwerte wie z. Willkommen Gast. Bitte einloggen oder registrieren. Guest Gast. Or is there some other device I need to buy? I noticed some discussions that talk about the "IST" temperature Or is there some smart setting that can activate this when desired? Any help for me? Kind regards, Dave. To post to this group, send email to fhem-users googlegroups.
Hope, this helps. Marketing, Verwaltung Bitte keine unaufgeforderten privaten Nachrichten! Anyway, yes, fhem can handle the FHT80b, however, since the fht80b is a wireless device and doesn't have a serial port or anything like that , you will also need either a CUL device from busware or an FHZPC or FHZPC where the later one can also receive data from some additional devices like the KS weather station.
Slave-Installation auf OSX. But FHT80B's main purpose is to control the room temperature using the radiator and is not usable as stand alone temperature sensor. I know they intend to get everything working that works with a FHZ and more , I'm just not sure how far they got yet. But I would also suggest the HMST F for this purpose though, unless you actually want to control your radiators with it, too.
I'll try to describe more clearly what I would like to do : In order of importance: - system needs to be built as such that it continues to work even with pc or web server offline according to its last known time table etc.
The ventilation system only has 4 settings : off, speed 1, speed 2 , speed 3 which can be triggered by relays potential free of course. It is a Siemens alarm don't remember exact type right now , and it appears to endorse X10 of some kind and possibly also simple serial communication via optional module. Since there will be magnetic triggers on every window, I would like to have both systems communicate with each other in a sense that the security system indicates which window is open, contradictory to Conrad wireless system to detect open doors and windows.
I kind of hope to place FHEM in the middle to interpret security signals. It is of course clear that systems only endorsed by communication through pc and FHEM won't of course work when the pc is offline for some reason, but at that point, each separate system should be capable to continue to work individually : alarm on its own, heating on its own, no need to take open window into account for heating at that moment.
Now to get back to that heating : with home automation in the back of my mind, I foresaw additional valves like a regular radiator at junctions where the warm water for the heating system is distributed. I have the choice here : - I can buy conrad motorised valve, but that is battery operated I'm not sure if I am able to make this understandable.
I'm also not sure if this has advantages or disadvantages I'm wondering which is best for the valves Anybody an idea how long the lifespan is of such a heating system? I only known the FHT family. Good point. Beyond that, you need a running FHEM device, in order to have a continuous log of your data in any way. If you are interested, just have a look to the commercial product idea on the FHEM page. It seems like I can go ahead with a conrad set.
Actual temperature will be logged, etc I guess I can place those anywhere I want seen the odd way I engineered my piping system. FHEM is capable of gestioning all, so I guess it's up to buying the right hardware now. If you know a cheaper place to buy sets, don't hesitate to let me know A lot more possibilities, I didn't even know about I noticed IR controllers, V dimmers, audio controllers Especially that IR controller and V dimmer is interesting for my home application suddenly thrilled like a little boy seeing toys!!!
It appears they are compatible with FS20? Will they also be usable for the "IST" or actual temperature? Are they compatible? Many thanks getting very excited from the goodies and toys , Dave. Never seen them. You can access the WS through fhem. Through the WS fhem can receive the signals of the WS family. CUL is not a real WS replacement: although it can receive messages from all family members, it does not have a builtin temperature and a pressure sensor or a nice display.
This is true even if the softbuffer is on. I consider an extension of the FHT. What do you think? Management summary: I can prove your problem Strangely, if the communication aborts which happens quite often , then further slots in the buffer are allocated, I am not sure what happens if the buffer is full and the communication aborts.
A command entry in the slot is deleted, if the command was repeated by the FHT. This is not optimal, as the FHT only accepts a command, when the final ack for the whole chain was sent. Note: the CUL does not yet has the softbuffer support in fhem. If the communication is not perfect, then the number is bigger due to resends.
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