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    Default How Many On/Off per Day?

    Hi guys

    Just wondering how many On/Off sequence you can have in a day?

    I don't plan on making changes for each On/Off sequence but having the flexibility might be useful.

    Any info/tips would be appreciated.

    Regards

    John

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    Are you sure you want on/off sequence rather than the number of temperature set points during the day? What system are you talking about?

    In Evohome there are are 6 set points available for each zone. The hotwater control in Evohome also has 6 "time slots" so 3 on/off sequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somebody View Post
    Are you sure you want on/off sequence rather than the number of temperature set points during the day? What system are you talking about?

    In Evohome there are are 6 set points available for each zone. The hotwater control in Evohome also has 6 "time slots" so 3 on/off sequences.
    Thanks for the reply and apologise for not giving more detail of my system.

    I have the Honeywell Home Evohome Connected Thermostat Pack (ATP921R3100). 15 Radiators each with HR92 wireless TRVs set in 11 zones.

    I was wrong to say 'On/Of' as you suggested should have been temperature points! And you've answered my question = 6

    Think I need to create a spreadsheet to input cow I want to configure temperatures.

    Thanks again

    John

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    Make sure you have one for last thing at night to ensure all zones are inactive overnight other than those where heat is wanted during the night. Even though I don’t need to I configured all 6 time slots. This means that if somebody does a temporary override and forgets it will rectify when the next setting crops up.

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    Good point, G4RHL. My kids are nocturnal and they have a tendency to up their room temps in the early hours so when they're back from uni I have to set the first time slot from 00:00 to 03:00 for their room/zones otherwise the dialed temp is maintained until the next set point.
    Last edited by Somebody; 4th February 2020 at 02:06 PM.

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