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    It may still be worth while looking to see how...

    It may still be worth while looking to see how these relate to the standard temperature sensors in the vicinity. Its true that their readings will be coarser (I think you're going to get 0.4-0.5C...
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    I believe that the default is always that an...

    I believe that the default is always that an unconnected input effectively sits at '0' (False).
  3. Thread: Power sockets

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    Another possibility I suppose is to use radio...

    Another possibility I suppose is to use radio based HomeEasy socket adaptors.
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    As a general ramble: I have no experience with...

    As a general ramble:

    I have no experience with black bulb sensors but I'm a little bit sceptical on a theoretical basis until someone can provide practical experience. As mentioned, I believe...
  5. Yes for auto handover you will need the backup...

    Yes for auto handover you will need the backup connected to your IDRANet 'in parallel' i.e via its own PCU and to the always on spur (if you have a system with an IPD spur management structure). The...
  6. Marcus, Ah, I see. When you say 'set point' do...

    Marcus,

    Ah, I see. When you say 'set point' do you mean the set point that your cooling/heating is going to be working to or do you mean some fixed value which you have in mind, or some profiled...
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    Marcus, I'm not an expert on it but as a quick...

    Marcus,

    I'm not an expert on it but as a quick response: I imagine you'd set up your HVAC object as usual and then perhaps connect the zone valve signal to a virtual zone valve. In the API the...
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    Well I would imagine that the RS232 or Ethernet...

    Well I would imagine that the RS232 or Ethernet ASCII interfaces should be accessible via Cortex API. Probably Ethernet being easiest in the sense of not needing to connect to a serial port.
  9. Just a note on the 'computer running 24/7': I...

    Just a note on the 'computer running 24/7':

    I know it is perhaps more than just a semantics issue but all systems have computers running 24/7. The question is when does one call a computing...
  10. Pricing concession on backup PC Cortex licences

    Following on from the Windows tablet thread.. If you are considering one of these perhaps as a low cost Cortex back up PC (remember also that Cortex supports auto handover between two PCs connected...
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    Quite amazing really how much can be packed into...

    Quite amazing really how much can be packed into a stick. As for the tablets in relation to Pi, well you are getting a touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth, cameras, audio, battery backup, full Windows 8.1...
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    Sometime last year we did go through the process...

    Sometime last year we did go through the process of decoding and then providing support for the IR protocol used by some Panasonic inverter units. Also seemed to work on their air con only units...
  13. Thread: Eclipse ..

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    Hmm yes, overnight seemed warmer at the Newcastle...

    Hmm yes, overnight seemed warmer at the Newcastle site than both others probably because of cloud cover and being in an urban area. During the day it was relatively sunny in Newcastle but also wind...
  14. Thread: Eclipse ..

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    Eclipse ..

    Thought you might be interested in some external sensory data gathered by Cortex from two of our systems for yesterday's eclipse event :). One system based in Newcastle and the other in Trowbridge....
  15. So if you do find that you were getting false...

    So if you do find that you were getting false motion detects the next step is to see if you can figure out why. If it is a regular occurance then might suggest that a motion sensor is pointing at...
  16. Do you mean a particular light/s should remain on...

    Do you mean a particular light/s should remain on continuously during the simulation period? If so, then one way might be to uncheck that light's option for inclusion into occupancy simulation and...
  17. It appears under Structure (perhaps it should go...

    It appears under Structure (perhaps it should go under lights) but you can of course also elect to put it into a favourites category or on the home page itself.
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    It depends on how comprehensive a system you have...

    It depends on how comprehensive a system you have installed and hence how much implicit automation you are making use of in general. I'm guessing from your question that you are maybe not that far...
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    What sort of things would you be doing with ifttt...

    What sort of things would you be doing with ifttt or itDuzzit?
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    As a starting point might be an idea to check the...

    As a starting point might be an idea to check the textual history for the lights in question. These will normally have a cause appended to each state change.
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    Andrew, Perhaps you can send us a node profile...

    Andrew,

    Perhaps you can send us a node profile for the AUI whilst the network is in normal running state and if possible capture a Cortex communications log around a circumstance where audio is...
  22. Thread: DRH LEDs

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    Sorry everyone.. I made an incorrect assumption...

    Sorry everyone.. I made an incorrect assumption here backed up by the observation that the DRH I was using did indeed seem to operate its LEDs as expected. In actual fact there is an anomally with...
  23. Thread: DRH LEDs

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    Cortex does make the LEDs follow the state of the...

    Cortex does make the LEDs follow the state of the object which the relays represent. So you have to have an object connected, such as a generic on/off load or something specialised such as a boiler,...
  24. Thread: Philips Hue

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    Cortex API? But then xAP route might be just as...

    Cortex API? But then xAP route might be just as good. If using macro type method might be worth linking to the state of a virtual light object to give some aspects of automation. Of course if someone...
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    When you say test send button works, do you mean...

    When you say test send button works, do you mean you select an e-mail in the Send Options menu, then click on Test button then click on Send Now and Cortex then successfully sends that e-mail?
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