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  1. good to know mazzy. thx.

    good to know mazzy. thx.
  2. True, and I'm hoping I wont need an overrun on...

    True, and I'm hoping I wont need an overrun on the UFH pump. But my electrician buddy says he knows how to do it easily enough. So if I find it to be a problem and need to wire in 5 mins overrun or...
  3. Bruce, I just found your post from 2014 about...

    Bruce, I just found your post from 2014 about literally the above.

    Did you find a solution to your UFH pump switching off when the BDR91 stops calling?

    Also, you mentioned using proportional...
  4. although one concern i have is that the UFH BDR91...

    although one concern i have is that the UFH BDR91 turns off (before the optimal temp is reached) anticipating it will get there. that however turns off the circulating pump in the UFH, in which case...
  5. Why is that a drawback? Isnt TPI and evohomes...

    Why is that a drawback? Isnt TPI and evohomes logic designed to try and make sure the room doesnt overshoot the desired temp or get too cold? The old thermostats i had simply were a binary on and...
  6. Fantastic!. thankyou for your very quick...

    Fantastic!. thankyou for your very quick response. My evotouch controller is not being used as a temp sensor in any of the radiator zones, so its free. I guess all I need to buy is another BDR91.
    ...
  7. Hi This is exactly what I want to do. When you...

    Hi
    This is exactly what I want to do. When you say add the BDR91 as a zone controller, do you mean add it in the same way as you would add a HR91/92 into a zone, but then select the Evotouch (or...
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    Hi guys I have a similar problem to the...

    Hi guys

    I have a similar problem to the above, and read about a dozen posts on this, but ive still got a few gaps. I hope you might be able to steer me in the right direction.

    I have an...
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