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  1. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    Thanks, I'll be sure to do that. Fortunately I...

    Thanks, I'll be sure to do that. Fortunately I have lots of space in the cupboard by the cylinder, but I might need to have a think about where the OT bridge could go that's not next to the boiler.
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    Taking a closer look at my cylinder, I don't have...

    Taking a closer look at my cylinder, I don't have an electrical panel which breaches the insulation, except for the immersion heater.

    I have however noticed that the ESi thermostat that I have has...
  3. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    The only problem that I have with the HW kit is...

    The only problem that I have with the HW kit is the installation, I don't have a second thermostat pocket for the HW kit and the existing thermostat includes the limit stat so I'd have to have that...
  4. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    Thanks that's good to know, I thought the EvoHome...

    Thanks that's good to know, I thought the EvoHome could just use the relay without knowing the temperature so that's a shame. I guess I could strap the sensor to the hot water outlet of the cylinder...
  5. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    Good point, I think they do sell them as a...

    Good point, I think they do sell them as a partially-made kit so it was likely fitted from the factory so it likely would affect the warranty - A little annoying as that's the only thermostat port on...
  6. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    Sorry yes I meant a BDR91, I copied the wrong...

    Sorry yes I meant a BDR91, I copied the wrong code - I should probably stick to the names rather than the codes! My proposal was just to replace the timer with the BDR91 relay and use the existing...
  7. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    (Based on my understanding of S-Plan+, I need to...

    (Based on my understanding of S-Plan+, I need to do some tracing to find out exactly how it's been wired) So the HW "zone" is essentially five things in a chain:

    The HW zone in the 7 day timer
    ...
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    That clarifies things a lot, I was under the...

    That clarifies things a lot, I was under the impression that the HW kit replaced one of the thermostats. (The user-adjustable one) In which case, I might just fit a HR92 to replace the hot water...
  9. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    I found the same thing with Nest and OpenTherm, I...

    I found the same thing with Nest and OpenTherm, I called their technical support line to ask some OpenTherm questions and nobody had an answer even when they asked around. I think it's one of those...
  10. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    Thank you, that's really helpful. As long as I...

    Thank you, that's really helpful. As long as I don't have too many schedule changes or I batch them together so that they happen at the same time, I think I should be fine.

    Regarding problem one,...
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    In total I have ten in the main zone and eight in...

    In total I have ten in the main zone and eight in the bedoor zone. Four of these are towel radiators in the bathrooms so they can probably be discounted (two per zone) and three are in the hallways...
  12. Thread: EvoHome Advice

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    EvoHome Advice

    So I've just moved into a new 5 bed house, which is over two floors and has 2 heating zones (S-Plan Plus). The boiler is an OpenTherm boiler (Logic Heat h15) but the existing thermostats and timer...
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