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climate widget in 993: not following the rules

Cantece shared this problem 6 years ago
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Hello,

I have problems with the climate widget.

I've put the widget on "absence" with a temperature of 8,3C (see image 306).

But in the events I see that the heating (chauffage) is opened regularly, even if the real temperature (12,6C) is far above the requested (8,3C). see image 307 with the events of the heating switch. Why do the switch doeas not stay closed (flase) till the temperature of 8,3C?

Why do the Zipabox continue to heat, if I want to reduce the temperature?

Christian

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What is this relay device which you are using?

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What is this relay device which you are using?

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What is this relay device which you are using?

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Hello,

the switch is an Fibaro FGS221-v2.1.

The Thermostat is an Hortmann HRT4-ZW.

I'm using the french "fil pilote" system to regulate the electric heating.

http://www.maison-et-domotique.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/chauffage_fibaro_2.jpg

using the standard pilote rules:

http://www.maison-et-domotique.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/ordre_fil_pilote.jpg

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I will try to find out, who is regulary triggering the true from the heating. Is there a way to do this, following the track from an actuator back to the rules?

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hello,

seems that i had to add the thermostat to the heating outputs.

Without something influences the rule evers 59minutes.

Now it is OK, but I do not know why.

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I've the same problem with the same relay device and French "Pilot Wire" system.

However I don't have a thermostat I use the Fibaro Flood device temperature meter.


I'll test tonight your solution to see if that fix the problem.

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For Zipato here are some extra info on Pilot Wire technology. Nearly all electric radiators have this special cable in France. (launched in the 70s)


http://www.thermor-heating.com/electric-heaters/programming/pilot-wire-technology


The principle is simple there are 6 orders that can be given to a radiator threw this special cable.

The 6 orders have a distinct electric signal that is shown in the picture posted by Cantece.

The 6 orders are the same for all radiators :

Comfort (the "normal" temperature)

Comfort -1°

Comfort -2°

Economic

No Freezing (when you leave for holidays it just maintain temperature above 0)

Stop