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    Karam, Just connected it all up as per your...

    Karam,

    Just connected it all up as per your recommendation and with a 10k resistor, getting good stable eadings of ~23.0c now. Bathroom temp air sensor is 25c according to Cortex so seems about...
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    Hi Karam, Thanks for taking the time to...

    Hi Karam,

    Thanks for taking the time to respond. We had discussed this a while back and I didn't want to take up anymore of your time. I understand what I need to do now and have found the...
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    Electric UFH + QAI How ?

    Hi,

    I have electric UFH and am unsure how to connect the temp sensor to a QAI input. Do I just connect it to 0v and input 1 or do I need to connect it to a voltage and use an pull down resistor.
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  4. Thread: Cortex v27 update

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    Got it, thanks tizwaz. He means, shut down...

    Got it, thanks tizwaz.

    He means, shut down Cortex, open IE, go to TOOLS -> INTERNET OPTIONS, look for the "Browsing History" section and click the DELETE button, then tick all the appropriate...
  5. Thread: Cortex v27 update

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    Hmm, I was assuming V27 still hadn't been...

    Hmm,

    I was assuming V27 still hadn't been released yet, When I select to update it says 26.10.4 is up to date. Can someone list the steps to clear the cache or fix this issue? thanks.
  6. Thread: API v2

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    Sorry folks, Figured this one out shortly...

    Sorry folks,

    Figured this one out shortly after I posted. Stupidly, I had not enabled Cortex API on the objects I was looking for.
  7. Thread: API v2

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    API v2

    Hi,

    In the API it is possible to list an object such as:


    <CortexObject>
    <ControlObjectType>AnalogueDimmer</ControlObjectType>
    <FriendlyName>Living Room Lights Front</FriendlyName>...
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    You're a star :cool: ! I'll order today !

    You're a star :cool: !

    I'll order today !
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    Hi Cliff, Strange that you should reply to...

    Hi Cliff,

    Strange that you should reply to this today as just tonight I noticed the lights started flickering off while at 100%, then back on again.. then off again about 10 seconds later and so...
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    Thanks Karam, I'll give it a go tonight. :D

    Thanks Karam, I'll give it a go tonight. :D
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    Well, I've implemented the scheduler option and...

    Well, I've implemented the scheduler option and so far so good on that front.

    To explain, A person walks into the bathroom after 1am, the light fades up to 20%. It occurs to me as I type this that...
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    At this stage I am not too concerned about a 10W...

    At this stage I am not too concerned about a 10W resistive load as before switching to LED's I was using 240W. Even with the 10W resistive load I would be using 46w. If a trailing edge firmware ever...
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    Hi Karam, I posted this here as I didn't want...

    Hi Karam,

    I posted this here as I didn't want to keep bugging you, but thank you.

    Ah yes, that makes sense now and keeps it simple. However, I have button controls at each door so the user can...
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    Time based light level

    Hi Folks,

    Trying to get my head around the more advanced things Cortex can do, but failing miserably !

    I have a bathroom with a reed switch in the door, and a PIR/Humidity/Temp/Light in the...
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    Hi, I've been testing GU10 LED's in my...

    Hi,

    I've been testing GU10 LED's in my bathroom using the SLD. There are 6 in total but if I use 6w LED lights in all 6 sockets I get bad flickering. I assumed this was because of the load...
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    According to...

    According to http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/motherboards/2013/03/25/intel-nuc-d33217ck-review/5

    13w idle and 27w with load not too bad really.
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    I can also recommend the Intel NUC. They have new...

    I can also recommend the Intel NUC. They have new new i5 one now if you needed even more grunt than an i3.

    I'm running a Intel NUC i3 with 16GB RAM and 256GB mSATA. Bit overkill for just running...
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