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Eurotronic Spirit thermostate

Postby Wim2008 » Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:28 pm

I have bought and read in this week the thermostate of Eurotronic in HS3. Is was simple to included the thermostate and also simple to calibrate it for the radiator.
I have bought this thermostate, because some people told me, that this thermostate will work fine in HS3. For so far they are right.

Now I like to to know what all 9 lines mean in HS3 to make an event for heating 2 hours in the morning and the rest of the day no heating.
Line:
1. No Status ; ?
2. 100% ; battery polling
3. 0 ; temperature of ?
4. 15 ; wanted temperature in room
5. Off ; mode is off, heat, energy save heat or full power
6. No event ; ?
7. Off ; ?
8. No event ; ?
9. 18.7 C ; temperature in room now ?
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Re: Eurotronic Spirit thermostate

Postby Akatar » Sat Dec 08, 2018 12:16 pm

i guess, if you switch:
5. Off ; mode is off, heat, energy save heat or full power
to energy save that 3 and 6 will give information


i think 7 will be how far the valve is open.

setpoint is 15, temp is 18 so valve is closed (off)

when you set setpoint to 21 i think valve is open of a percentage of that?
please test.
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Re: Eurotronic Spirit thermostate

Postby Wim2008 » Mon Dec 10, 2018 9:24 am

Thanks for your help.
Point 5 must be changed to heat and heat setpoint has to go for warming up the radiator.
I will test point 7. You idea for it, could be right.
Point 6 and 8 I still don't understand.

I have made an event. See attachement. It is simple, but it works fine for me till now. Warm bathroom when I take a shower. Also for my wife and kids.

There are more settings to change on this thermostate. At the websitre of VueVille, you can see that the LCD screen can turn around for 180 degrees. See http://www.vueville.com/home-automation ... mment-8447.
Can someone understand how to do that?

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Re: Eurotronic Spirit thermostate

Postby Akatar » Mon Dec 10, 2018 5:28 pm

parameter 1:
1 1 LCD invertieren 0x00 LCD-Inhalt normal 0x01 LCD-Inhalt gespiegelt default: 0x00

http://www.produktinfo.conrad.com/daten ... E_PLUS.pdf
here is all you need to know :)
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Re: Eurotronic Spirit thermostate

Postby Wim2008 » Tue Dec 11, 2018 10:35 am

I have read the pdf-file. They tell that you can confugure the thermostate during runtime. See page 18. Where can I change parameter number 1?
I can't find this on the thermostate or in the controller.
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Re: Eurotronic Spirit thermostate

Postby Akatar » Tue Dec 11, 2018 5:31 pm

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Re: Eurotronic Spirit thermostate

Postby Wim2008 » Tue Dec 11, 2018 8:49 pm

Thanks a lot, Akatar.
In HS3 you find it on the way: See line Thermostat Node 2 with no STATUS. Select this name by one clic on that name.
You will come on a new page with 4 tabs on the top.
Select tab Z-WAVE.
Go to Settings and if you clic once on this, you will see the same line as show by Akatar.

I used it on that way. And YES the LCD turns 180 degrees. Nice to know where you can do this.
Here you can change the parameters of the thermostat as shown in the installation and instruction guide you find before.


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