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    The heat pump has its own controls. There is a...

    The heat pump has its own controls. There is a simple on/off for heating at whatever external temperature I set. Mine is set at 18deg, below which temperature the heat pump is ready to provide heat....
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    An update to my earlier experience of using...

    An update to my earlier experience of using Evohome with a Panasonic heat pump. My installer has decided the two products are not compatible and has completely disengaged all Evohome control of the...
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    I think you are correct. From what I can see I...

    I think you are correct. From what I can see I have the earlier BDR91, which only allows for basic switching, rather than the later version which allows some heat pump control. I have looked through...
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    I wasn't sure that I knew the answer to your...

    I wasn't sure that I knew the answer to your question, because the heat pump installers never discussed this with me. However, I have had a closer look. The cable from the BDR91 goes into the back of...
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    My heat pump is wired as diagram 1. On my...

    My heat pump is wired as diagram 1. On my controller the cycle rate is set to 3 (lowest available setting) and the minimum on time is set to 5 (maximum available setting).
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    My house uses an ASHP for CH and DHW, and I use...

    My house uses an ASHP for CH and DHW, and I use Evohome for control. I will try to provide the relevant information, but I am not certain that I fully understand all the points. Anyway, here goes.
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