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  1. To summarise - they both pull essentially the...

    To summarise - they both pull essentially the same data (HA pulls more data, but these differences are trivial).

    Thus, in both cases, you do not have CV return temp.

    You have no idea how...
  2. There's a nice integration between LAN2RF and...

    There's a nice integration between LAN2RF and home-assistant (HA) - IMHO, HA's evohome integration is better than Domoticz's too.

    Note: the CV outflow temp is available via the 'public' API - the...
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    @lloyd the fix is in - next release of HA.

    @lloyd the fix is in - next release of HA.
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    Yeah - gottit - thanks!

    Yeah - gottit - thanks!
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    Well *that's* a schoolboy error - I am sure I...

    Well *that's* a schoolboy error - I am sure I triple-checked this at the time!

    The code is >1y old, and no-one else has complained since (mind you, you're the first person I know of who's found a...
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    Looks like a bug then. You can submit is via...

    Looks like a bug then. You can submit is via https://github.com/home-assistant/core/issues & I'll have a look at it.

    Three things:
    1) the HA devs are pretty strict - having an issue will make it...
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    @lloyd - I think the system is behaving as...

    @lloyd - I think the system is behaving as expected.

    Note that in the HA integration, schedules are treated differently to the rest of the data because they are: a) big, and b) don't change often...
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    You could try this: python client.py monitor...

    You could try this:

    python client.py monitor /dev/ttyUSB0 -p

    Which will give you data like this:


    Schema[01:145038] = {
    "controller": "01:145038",
    "system": {
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    No, you should persist - it wont be that...

    No, you should persist - it wont be that difficult.

    HA's evohome integration already tracks the current setpoint (called temperature, and/or: status.setpoint_status.target_heat_temperature), and...
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    Using evohome_rf as a Python transport

    For you Python programmers: (evohome_rf) provides all sorts of advantages, including discovery, tracking state, QoS, and the most complete set of parsers.

    Here, we discuss using it to eavesdrop...
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    I think my answer was in post #12 at:...

    I think my answer was in post #12 at: https://www.automatedhome.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?6236-evohome-listener-some-questions/page2

    I'm being asked to put a nodeRED, mqtt, RESTful, etc...
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    You're welcome to have a go at it, but: OMG -...

    You're welcome to have a go at it, but: OMG - it's not straight-forward piece of code.

    evohome_rf is designed to interface between consumers like your skill and a HGI80/evofw3 device - can you use...
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    Dan did an amazing job decoding this packet type...

    Dan did an amazing job decoding this packet type (I'm pretty good at decoding packets, but I wouldn't have been able to do it), but his code is more proof-of-concept, I guess. In addition, my...
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    If anyone has a HM80, I would love to see the...

    If anyone has a HM80, I would love to see the packet log from:


    python client.py execute /dev/ttyUSB1 --device-id 01:145038 -o packet.log
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    And also: python client.py execute...

    And also:


    python client.py execute /dev/ttyUSB1 --device-id 01:145038 --get-faults


    ... makes this happen in evohome_rf (whitespace added for readability):
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    The below is in the bleeding_edge branch of...

    The below is in the bleeding_edge branch of github.com/zxdavb/evohome_rf.

    I have been focused upon the client library, not so much on the client - I am hoping others will take that on... So...
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    Ping me via github, whenever.

    Ping me via github, whenever.
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    No, exclusive. The was a plan to provide this...

    No, exclusive. The was a plan to provide this feature, but no-one wanted to test it for me. TBH, the nanoCUL dongles are 25 or so, so that would be the way forward.
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    Thanks. I started mine less than a year ago -...

    Thanks.

    I started mine less than a year ago - so still suffering from teething problems - even this week, I am still learning new things about the packets / the protocol - but I think I got it...
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    If I may advertise my own work. ;) evohome_rf...

    If I may advertise my own work. ;)

    evohome_rf (https://github.com/zxdavb/evohome_rf) has a goal of decoding every known packet type, and as much of each code' s payload as is possible. For...
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    Analyzing evohome RF protocol - site survey

    Using evohome_rf (https://github.com/zxdavb/evohome_rf), you can eavesdrop RF traffic, and - by sending crafted RQ packets, get deep insights into your system.

    This is about performing a...
  22. This is a specific example that exceeds the...

    This is a specific example that exceeds the minimum duty cycle.

    With a cycle rate of 3 per hour (so 1,200 seconds per cycle):


    20:13:44.331 || BDR:888888 | HGI:000730 | RP | relay_demand |...
  23. Here's the heater relay at end of a TPI cycle (I...

    Here's the heater relay at end of a TPI cycle (I have removed the RQ, which I am sending every 15 secs):


    07:03:42.508 | BDR:888888 | | I | actuator_sync | {'sync_tpi': True}...
  24. Analyzing evohome RF protocol - actuator / relay demand

    Using evohome_rf (https://github.com/zxdavb/evohome_rf) can give deep insights into the behavior of your system. I though I would show an example here.

    Using a HGI80, or evofw3 running on a...
  25. This makes perfect sense (I would've guessed...

    This makes perfect sense (I would've guessed this, but was just checking), thanks.

    I'm very pleased with the love evohome is getting - keep it up!
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