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    It's actually mostly the 0Auth method that fails....

    It's actually mostly the 0Auth method that fails. I rarely see errors from the actual API. Depending on the source of 0Auth failing this may actually become a problem for the v1 API as well since...
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    The servers are all US based, so in Europe you're...

    The servers are all US based, so in Europe you're at least 5 hours (UK, IE, PT, IS) ahead of the technician waking up.



    That likely depends on your definition of `down`. The server is in fact...
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    That's a bit hard to judge as to me it seems that...

    That's a bit hard to judge as to me it seems that the heating system uses a different type of communication to the Total Connect servers than the user app.
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    At least for ApplicationID...

    At least for ApplicationID 91db1612-73fd-4500-91b2-e63b069b185c, yes.
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    v1 API never had something like a "session...

    v1 API never had something like a "session state". As long as you kept polling the API within the assigned ID's expiration time the server would reset the timer. As such, from the client side it was...
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    v1 API does not use oauth.

    v1 API does not use oauth.
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    Shamefully, no. Joe did set something up for me a...

    Shamefully, no. Joe did set something up for me a few years back, but the contact that was supposed to get me the information didn't send it to me straight but uploaded it to some Microsoft drive...
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    I was wrong in my earlier reply. This is in fact...

    I was wrong in my earlier reply. This is in fact the older (v1) API but it depends on the application ID whether functions are accessible.

    Reason for me rechecking BTW is that Honeywell appears to...
  9. The way I'm starting to understand the system is...

    The way I'm starting to understand the system is that every element is more or less autonomous. My guess would be that this also applies to the RFG100. Could be interesting to see if it is possible...
  10. There's a separate module for that: the RFG100

    There's a separate module for that: the RFG100
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    And the boiler makes up the whole system? You do...

    And the boiler makes up the whole system? You do not have the storage tank as shown in the diagram on page 48 of the second document?
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    Are you sure that you are measuring what you...

    Are you sure that you are measuring what you think you are measuring? While it is possible to configure the controller to be the temperature sensor for the zone where it is (always) in, the default...
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    Right, so not the same. As it has been explained...

    Right, so not the same. As it has been explained to me heizungsstrom allows people in Germany to create hot water buffers at a strongly reduced price per kWh during the night. Thus the hot water is...
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    No. The internal sensor of the boiler. As I see...

    No. The internal sensor of the boiler. As I see it, the boiler is meant to keep an amount of hot water, say 100 litres, that is within some temperature range. If the temperature drops below the...
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    Yes, that does sound similar. So here's the...

    Yes, that does sound similar.

    So here's the thing: I don't think you should try let Evohome control whether or not the boiler goes into a heating cycle for the simple reason that Evohome cannot...
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    Is this similar to what is called heizungsstrom...

    Is this similar to what is called heizungsstrom in Germany? From what I understand the boiler in this setup is supposed to act like a hot water "battery" that should not draw any power during peak...
  17. If you are rarely going to use the rooms I'd say...

    If you are rarely going to use the rooms I'd say wet UFH is a bad choice. It can literally take hours to add like 3 degrees whereas the rads in my children's bedrooms will do that in 10-15 minutes....
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    Same page, yes. Does not look related to Evohome...

    Same page, yes. Does not look related to Evohome as it does not contain any of the known working URIs from evohomeclient. The login screen also does not accept the (older) application ID in use by...
  19. Started wondering about that myself. When I...

    Started wondering about that myself. When I installed the system I actually raised that number to the maximum it would allow because I do not have a boiler but only a hot water valve (city block...
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    Okay. Never seen wiring like that myself, not...

    Okay. Never seen wiring like that myself, not even in the seventies home where my parents used to live, but I'll take your word for it. Either way be careful with electricity and when in doubt hire a...
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    Not where I live. Thermostats are normally...

    Not where I live. Thermostats are normally connected using a cable that has two 0.5mm cores or in some cases when installed at some later time (e.g. when replacing gas heaters with central heating)...
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    Wow! NO! That is a sure way to set your home on...

    Wow! NO! That is a sure way to set your home on fire. If you really want to install the ATF600 with the transformer mounted to its back you should replace the original low voltage thermostat wiring...
  23. That's quite simple: it's V*I. The main question...

    That's quite simple: it's V*I. The main question here is: how do the curves for `I` relate to each other when you feed the motor with 3V versus 2.3V?
  24. Indeed. Don't know what I was thinking. LEDs do...

    Indeed. Don't know what I was thinking. LEDs do in fact have a voltage drop of around 2V (depending on the colour) so that would leave very little to spin the motor.

    @DIY2: so did you try simply...
  25. I believe that will actually work the other way...

    I believe that will actually work the other way around because the motor's internal resistance (impedance) is practically zero in rest. The impedance increases when the motor speeds up because of the...
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