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    I've got 2x FHT-80b-II, each with 2 TVR controls...

    I've got 2x FHT-80b-II, each with 2 TVR controls and a single window sensor; and the USB controller.

    It works OK, but I'm only using the USB controller for graphing the temperature and valve...
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    The advantage of the 80B is that it is 2 way; the...

    The advantage of the 80B is that it is 2 way; the 8 being just one way (sending). I believe the boiler interlock just receives the info that the controller sends to the valve so would work with the...
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    Thanks, I'm going for the honeywell VT117e. ...

    Thanks,

    I'm going for the honeywell VT117e.

    -Jeff
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    I have some Honeywell TRVs and they screw on...

    I have some Honeywell TRVs and they screw on fine; the adaptor that came in the box (I got mine from Conrad) are for Danfoss. I came across this when doing my research which I think is the same as...
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    Thanks for the replies guys. I've done...

    Thanks for the replies guys.



    I've done some tests; the first time the control unit is powered on it will respond to the first CUL device that talks to it. After that, another CUL device can...
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    1st time with FHEM - Questions

    Hi guys,

    I've finally got my CUL device, and installed FHEM on my Debian server and have a couple of initial questions.

    My FHT-80b control unit is connected to a pair of radiator valves (not on...
  7. Thanks for the info autolog ... now to get the...

    Thanks for the info autolog ... now to get the CUL USB device.
  8. Questions after configuring my FHT-80b system

    Hi all,

    I've had a controller and pair of valve for a while but only just got round to configuring them. I have a couple of questions after this:

    With the required temperature set to 30, the 2...
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    I'm talking from my understanding having looked...

    I'm talking from my understanding having looked into this, not from having any hands-on experience (yet).

    There are 3 different types of 'central control'. The first is is the FHZ1000 (conrad part...
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    I've not looked at any of the other 'lesser'...

    I've not looked at any of the other 'lesser' products so I can't comment on what they should/shouldn't be able to do. All I would say is saving 80 when your spending ~500 isn't that much compared...
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    They are quite expensive, but cheaper than the...

    They are quite expensive, but cheaper than the other solutions I've seen (e.g. Honeywell). Which company are you ordering from?

    I've got 1xthermostat and 2xactuators, just need to give a plumber a...
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    I haven't installed these as of yet, but I am...

    I haven't installed these as of yet, but I am planning on shortly ...

    Your setup sounds very similar to what I have planned, except I intend to use a PC interface as well. The basic principal of...
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    Thanks Martyn, I have read references here:...

    Thanks Martyn,

    I have read references here: http://www.ip-symcon.de/forum/f25/fht-80b-2-anzeige-temperatur-moeglich-3726/ (I used google translate to actually read ut) where it says what the...
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    Current Temperature

    I've just got my first FHT80b-II controller and a bit disappointed to see it only shows the temperature the room is currently set to - not the actual current temperature of the room.

    I haven't got...
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    But you could look at FHZ1000PC...

    But you could look at FHZ1000PC (http://fhz4linux.info/tiki-index.php) using something like FHEM to control the devices. That's what I'm currently thinking of doing and there is some info about...
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    Is that german supplier Conrad? If so, they state...

    Is that german supplier Conrad? If so, they state the fht80b-ii is product number 750407, and that contains 750404 and 570056 - however 750404 is only listed as an fht80b (not ii). Did the...
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    That's slightly annoying, but it's still better...

    That's slightly annoying, but it's still better than the other alternatives. Even being able to set the individual temperature in each room is a big plus over what we currently have.

    I've not...
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    I like the idea of having the FHZ1000 on a wall...

    I like the idea of having the FHZ1000 on a wall for easy access to the system regardless of what state the Linux PC might be in, and would want to have the individual room thermostats linked to that...
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    OK, that seems slightly limited but could work....

    OK, that seems slightly limited but could work. If eco is set really low (10 degrees) and comfort is the ideal temperature I can cycle on and off in the morning and evening. (I don't intend at this...
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    Thanks for the reply. Everything I've read has...

    Thanks for the reply. Everything I've read has been positive about the HouseHeat system and I'm probably going to start with a basic kit and see how it goes (once I've got TRVs installed on all...
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    What heating control system to get?

    Hi all,

    We've just moved into a house and I want to do improve the heating control system. There are 4 bedrooms, lounge/dining room and kitchen/breakfast room. Each room has 1 or more radiators...
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