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Thread: My HGI80 equivalent Domoticz setup without HGI80

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    Hopefully it's all the same issue.

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    Ok thanks.

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    Just got back from a longer than expected trip to Dublin (thank you, Beast from the East and Emma)

    I've only got the RX side of the code changes working so far but think I'm seeing fewer problems in the received messages and then only those from the most remote radio in my house.

    I hope to get back to looking at TX this week. I believe that will be more reliable than the existing code and much better at co-existing with other transmitters (i.e. not stomping over active messages).

    Don't have access to OT so need to see how others get on with that.

    Also, the processor is idle most of the time so it may offer better low-power opportunities for those interested in using the nanoCUL in a repeater mode.

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    That's great to hear - thanks for the update petep.

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    I have finally received my C1101 from China, and put it together with a clone arduino nano - all in about 5 to 6! It seems to be working great so far - sincere thanks everyone for all your efforts on this.

    As I use openHAB for my home automation, I've put together a python script (based on the Domoticz evohome radio code), that posts the evohome received messages to an mqtt server. In case anyone else is interested, it is uploaded to github on https://github.com/smar000/evohome-Listener.

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    Which code are you running on the nano?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petep View Post
    Which code are you running on the nano?
    I'm running your fifo branch.

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    Do you have an OT module in your system?

    If so are you seeing messages?

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    No, I don't have OT yet as current boiler is ancient! New boiler due to be installed end of next month, and so will be buying the OT interface at that time.

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    I've actually built two of these nano/C1101 kits - one for my brother's house. Interestingly, over the last 4 days, he has not had a single packet loss warning, whereas in my case, I do get one or two every 10/20 minutes. Admittedly my setup is larger than his (he has 4 TRVs + UFH on a BDR91 whereas mine is 16 TRVs + DHW), so I'm wondering whether that is the reason, or whether it is simply down to the quality of my soldering between the two units...

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