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    yes sorry. It is absolutely recommended

    yes sorry. It is absolutely recommended
  2. Differences between the BDR91 and HC60NG (R6660D) relay modules

    Someone asked me this question, so I'll document the answer with some photos.

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    The device of choice is noW a NanoCUL because the...

    The device of choice is noW a NanoCUL because the evofw3 written by Pete has been optimised to work on it using the faster clock and the additional memory it provides.
    The evohome_rf is the decoder...
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    You do live in a super cold house!

    You do live in a super cold house!
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    That seems to suggest that even just to keep the...

    That seems to suggest that even just to keep the zones at the 10C off position, it needs heat. Try turning your OFF down to 5C and see if there is still a heat demand
  6. Anyone know where I can buy the HM80. These guys...

    Anyone know where I can buy the HM80. These guys don't seem to want to respond to my enquiries....
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    Any photo of this Settings screen?

    Any photo of this Settings screen?
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    When you buy a Evohome a BDR91 will be included...

    When you buy a Evohome a BDR91 will be included in the box. But you don't need to use it. Your HC60NG will be fine. These are infact now becoming sought after because of the higher rating that can be...
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    There is. They are called Quick Actions. If you...

    There is. They are called Quick Actions. If you set the Custom Action to 21C and apply it to all zones, you will get the desired outcome.
    Another way it to just set your Away Quick Action to 21C....
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    A manual override is either timed or permanent....

    A manual override is either timed or permanent. That is until someone choses a Quick Action, which reverts all zones to following the schedule. If you genuinely want all zones to be 21C at all times,...
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    Delete everything from the online account and...

    Delete everything from the online account and start again.
    Maybe consider using a Custom Action for all zones set to 21C. That will override all schedules. Otherwise you will need to go into every...
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    That last para could explain why newer batteries...

    That last para could explain why newer batteries and Lithium batteries appear to suffer less from this bug. Like I said, I am on no batteries and still see it. So whatever you do, its not going away...
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    The errors are actually inversely proportionate...

    The errors are actually inversely proportionate to how much Evohome is in charge of DHW. I feel that when things are silent on the airways, Evohome gets a bit deaf and it only has to miss one of...
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    There is another way. Something I use. If you buy...

    There is another way. Something I use. If you buy a Smart UFH controller like the Warmup 4ei that I use. You can use an automation platform to keep the bathroom zone running on Evohome in sync with...
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    I can now confirm with some certainty that the HW...

    I can now confirm with some certainty that the HW sensor lost contact has nothing to do with batteries. Mine has been hardwired to the same PSU as my wall mount and I have still seen them, mainly...
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    You sound like the handy type. Why not open one...

    You sound like the handy type. Why not open one of the UFH thermostats and see how the relay in that is being switched on. Then all you need to do is use your BDR91 to switch the UFH's relay on, so...
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    Many have the air sensor built into the...

    Many have the air sensor built into the controller and then you chose which temperature sensor you want to use as your thermostat. My WarmUp 4 has a nice little display to show me how much energy is...
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    I definitely wouldn't do that! Most UFH...

    I definitely wouldn't do that! Most UFH controllers have 2 sensors. One that measures the floor temperature and one that measures the air temperature. The temperature probes can vary from digital 3...
  19. Now sold. Hope you find this useful Dan.

    Now sold. Hope you find this useful Dan.
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    The HC60NG is getting increasingly rare to find.

    The HC60NG is getting increasingly rare to find.
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    As long as you are happy for the boiler to fire...

    As long as you are happy for the boiler to fire up, should the electric zone need heat, I think you can do what you are trying. Just pair the BDR91 as another actuator, like you would pair two HR92s...
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    This is an interesting use case. I know you can...

    This is an interesting use case. I know you can have two actuators using a single sensor, but then in your case the zone types will be different. What should happen if the Electric zone needs heat...
  23. Since its heating season again. Just checking if...

    Since its heating season again. Just checking if there is any interest in this?
  24. That sounds like the Open Window setting getting...

    That sounds like the Open Window setting getting stuck as a Permanent Override.
  25. Even with OT? Because that is where OT scores...

    Even with OT? Because that is where OT scores over a normal ON/OFF control.
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