Digit wrote:What do the docs say about operating values regarding humidity?
Or think the other way: add humidity control to your bathroom!
A humidity sensor and taking control over the ventilation could be a way to not even have to worry about it
jrkalf wrote:Hi guys,
just wondering about this one. As I'm setting up my FHT80b network right now. I also have a radiator in the bathroom. Currently fitted with a thermal radiator valve. Is it wise to change this one to a FHT80b setup as well?
If so, is the FHT80b equiped against the humid area of the bathroom?
richard naninck wrote:Yep, the FS20LES is what I should have had. I bought the FS20HGS thinking it was the same thing but in a Conrad housing.
richard naninck wrote:Pretty sure the FHZ1300PC cannot control the valves directly, but as I understand from you the CUNO can control the valves directly. Wouldn't actually know why you couldn't because it's on the same freq but the protocol is unknow and the FHZ / FHT don't show the valves data. The question is more like if you would want to control the valve directly. The FHT does a very nice job on controlling the valves and I don't know if I could beat that with own written code without chasing temperatures.
The 555 is only 5 Euro's. Would be nice if the FHZ could read those devices, but probably not.. Please let me know if you have different info.
KidE wrote:I took both units apart due to some battery connection problem and i would NOT advise to place these units in a Humid environment. The PCB(s) are not sealed with a resin and all Mechanical components have holes which could attract corrosion.
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