Z-Wave plus säker väggtermostat med LCD-skärm
Asked 4 months ago 1 answer
Asked 1 year ago 1 answer
I am thinking of buying a srt 321 to manage two electric radiators that have one zwave switch each. Is it possible to associate TWO nodeids in group 2 (on/off group) with the thermostat? Some forums say that you only can associate with one nodeid. Yes, I know that I can create scenes and automations in the controller, but I would like to do it locally as it is in the guesthouse and communication is not always reliable.
Asked 3 years ago 1 answer
I have a British Gas ES1 (Drayton RTS5) thermostat with up to an hour delay on switch-on that requires a press on the ‘Save’ button to bypass the delay. I now have a Secure SRT321 thermostat with a SSR302 boiler control. Although I have turned the ES1 up to the max, I am now subjected to the delay of the ES1 everytime that the SRT321 switches on the heating throughout the day. I am trying to avoid finding the junction box to bridge out the ES1, so would like to reconfigure/bridge the wiring behind the ES1 to cut-out the delay. Has anybody tried this before, or knows how to do it?
Asked 4 years ago 0 answers
Hi there, I'm looking for a Z-wave dry contact switch, connected to my existing pilot wires from the boiler. Not really fussed about it being a thermostat, as all I need is to be able to remotely turn the heating on or off. I don't want to have to change out anything with the existing boiler's timer / programmer. I intend to leave it heating turned on at the boiler indefinitely, and the dry contact switch as the main on-off. I can then use scenes to control timing if need be. I don't think this Secure product is built for that since it needs replacing the boiler's timer / programmer. Can you kindly recommend a suitable product? Thanks in advance.
Asked 5 years ago 3 answers
I currently have have 1x SRT321 thermostat and 1x SSR303 actuator and ordered a bunch of LC-13 TRV's - however I would need to be able to trigger the boiler if the temperature drops in a room other than where the main SRT321 is located. If I understood the manuals correctly, I shouldn't send the trigger command from my Vera because the SSR303 will go into fail-safe mode if the trigger isn't re-sent within the next hour. So I guess ideally one (or more) SRT321 should be managing the SSR303? So my question is: can multiple SRT321 thermostats be paired with a single SSR303 actuator?
Asked 6 years ago 1 answer
Can this unit be used to trigger events in a controller (in my case the Homeseer Hometroller Zee S2) rather than being paired with a boiler receiver? I have two electric radiators in a room, and want to turn them on and off based on the thermostat reading. So I would create the various events to change the set point in the Homeseer, but also want the thermostat to trigger the events which turn the radiators on and off. Would that work, or should I be looking at something else?
Asked 6 years ago 2 answers
Asked 7 years ago 3 answers