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  1. Are you sure you have the FTDI drivers loaded on...

    Are you sure you have the FTDI drivers loaded on your RPi?
  2. A lot of us have used that with the Pi.

    A lot of us have used that with the Pi.
  3. There is something strange either with your...

    There is something strange either with your serial driver or the configuration. The RFBee doesn't care what OS its connected too.
  4. That normally means the baud rate is wrong. What...

    That normally means the baud rate is wrong. What baud rate were you using on Windows where this was working?
  5. You should be using Baud 76800, that is the...

    You should be using Baud 76800, that is the issue.

    If its working on Windows, it should work on any OS. The RFBee is just a serial device and is OS independent.
    Close Domoticz down completely...
  6. Also remember your boiler has in built protection...

    Also remember your boiler has in built protection in it's own firmware to safeguard itself. So if it reacts to a thermostat's request, it's considered OK to do so.
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    Oh and BTW my CS92A has been quite happily using...

    Oh and BTW my CS92A has been quite happily using my Evohome wall mount power supply put through a low noise 3.2V step down. One less set of batteries for me to worry about.
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    I have been here before. I installed mine so...

    I have been here before. I installed mine so close to the floor and with things in front that I had to break the backbox to get it out!
    Behind the batteries there are two clips that need to be...
  9. This is a known issue even with previous versions.

    This is a known issue even with previous versions.
  10. Evohome doesn't appear to be using the Outside...

    Evohome doesn't appear to be using the Outside temperature via an OT boiler, which has an outside sensor connected to it.
  11. And hence why if a per zone Optimisation was...

    And hence why if a per zone Optimisation was still possible, then its usefulness would have been so much better. Even if was not perfect, I wouldn't mind the heating coming on a bit earlier in...
  12. Speaking of Boost, has anyone else noticed that...

    Speaking of Boost, has anyone else noticed that in the Beta you have to confirm the Boost before the HW BDR91 clicks in. In the previous firmware, if I remember right, it wouldn't wait for you to...
  13. For me the use case was very simple. I needed...

    For me the use case was very simple. I needed Optimisation only in the rooms that we were in overnight. The rest of the house could heat up more slowly/variably and that was acceptable. To have...
  14. Actually, this would make an interesting topic....

    Actually, this would make an interesting topic. What features of the WiFi model are actually worth upgrading for? A lot of the new features could easily be implemented via an external programme. But...
  15. Nothing in the BETA has been bad enough to need a...

    Nothing in the BETA has been bad enough to need a rollback, especially not in this season when the demand on CH is lower. The HW priority not being selectable is probably the biggest thing that does...
  16. What specifically in the trial made you want to...

    What specifically in the trial made you want to roll back? You won't have much of a choice if some of the feature decisions taken are kept in the final release.
  17. One of the side effects of the bug being fixed is...

    One of the side effects of the bug being fixed is that if you spin the knob on the TRV, it actually opens the valve. But because the Controller is set to Heating Off, nothing happens. Now if you have...
  18. I too agree that the feature is a good idea but...

    I too agree that the feature is a good idea but the implementation needs some further thought. A fixed boost value is OKish but to be really effective it ought to be zone based. External temperature...
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    There is a USB socket on the previous generations...

    There is a USB socket on the previous generations of Evohome control panels too, but the firmware has never been officially updated on those either. The only devices that have actually received any...
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    I am from the camp that actually does not think...

    I am from the camp that actually does not think the battery contacts are to blame. I actually think we feel they need fixing and in doing so reboot devices and hence they appear to work again. I...
  21. What is the main reason why people still have a...

    What is the main reason why people still have a motorized valve on the CH loop, even when all the radiators have HRxx controllers on them? Is it just to stop the hot water rushing to radiators when...
  22. except that the OTB cannot be end user updated....

    except that the OTB cannot be end user updated. The only way I can see this work is if the OTB is genuinely designed as a simple OT bridge I.e. it can respond and rely any OT command as long as they...
  23. @PJB without an HGI80 or DIY, how are you sure...

    @PJB without an HGI80 or DIY, how are you sure that the Outside temperature from your OT boiler is reaching the Controller?
  24. @paulockenden, time for you to connect up your...

    @paulockenden, time for you to connect up your OTGW. I think on this thread, you are the only one who has a proper OT boiler, a boiler connected external temperature sensor, OTGW, OTB and HGI80.
    I...
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    I would say yes. The mounting screw holes are...

    I would say yes. The mounting screw holes are exactly the same between the two. I have swapped them on the wall, hence I know. But the surface area of the T87RF is definitely smaller than the DTS92E.
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