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Thread: Honeywell CM927s system, how to make a bit more advanced ?

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    Default Honeywell CM927s system, how to make a bit more advanced ?

    Hi there,

    My central heating system at the moment is controlled by 2 x Honeywell CM927 wireless controllers. I have the house setup in 2 zones, one for upstairs and the other for downstairs, each controlled by it's own CM927 and connected back to my boiler and the 2 zone valves.

    I would like to be able to expand the control of the system slightly and was wondering if there would be an easy way to do this? I've had a think on it myself and can't seem to find a way forward that doesn't mean replacing everything.

    Things I'd like to consider being able to do are:

    * Set the house to Away when I full set the house alarm (Scantronic i-on 16)

    * Further zone the house up so I for instance can have the heating come on in the morning except areas, such as the living room.

    * Perhaps remotely control it, but to be honest if it is automated enough itself then that's not a high requirement.

    Thanks,
    Roy.

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    I was wondering if I could even add a Honeywell EvoHome to the system ?

    Could I set the downstairs CM927 to just be a temperature sensor for the EvoHome and Bind the EvoHome controller to the existing downstairs BDR91 that controls that downstairs just now ?

    One thing I was wondering was whether I could bind the 2 existing HC60NG's to the EvoHome and set the 2 CM927's to be temperature sensors for it ?

    I could then add HR80UK's to rooms and start to zone areas of the house up ?

    Thanks,
    Roy.
    Last edited by roydonaldson; 25th January 2013 at 09:05 AM.

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