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  1. Yeah. The UFH controller is just multiple BDR91's...

    Yeah. The UFH controller is just multiple BDR91's in a single box ;) Shame the Evohome doesn't seem to have more intelligence on controlling the UFH zone and boiler temperature via OpenTherm. I...
  2. I've been monitoring things via Domoticz and the...

    I've been monitoring things via Domoticz and the RGI80. I think the UFH control and the Evohome are almost like two separate things. Basically, the UFH is a TPI controller and so the room will be set...
  3. Yes. Or sometimes I've noticed the actuators open...

    Yes. Or sometimes I've noticed the actuators open but the boiler doesn't run. Just seems like it does a lot of "fuzzy" logic, that is messing around too much. Sometimes even when it is a couple of...
  4. Yes, there's no other heating demand from the...

    Yes, there's no other heating demand from the radiators. All stats are set down at 10C and the controller shows 0% demand.

    Interestingly I think there is some sort of proportional time given to...
  5. I'm using the latest update. I've got a mixed...

    I'm using the latest update. I've got a mixed radiator and UFH system. For the underfloor I have the HCC80R and also I have T87RF2033 as the room thermostat. I use the OpenTherm bridge.
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    It's easy to setup on OS-X using these...

    It's easy to setup on OS-X using these instructions https://github.com/nfarina/homebridge/wiki/Install-Homebridge-on-OSX.

    I don't think the Pi should cause any problems.

    It only works when on...
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    Installed homebrdige on OS-X. Everything is...

    Installed homebrdige on OS-X. Everything is running great. It even gives temperatures to the .1 degrees unlike evohome. Handy for debugging things as we have access to the real temperature.
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