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Originally posted by: Hi, a quick question, I’ve noticed there appears to exist a FHTB II thermostat. The only thing I find on the. Jan. Hi, I’ve run into the issue with FHTB I’ve configured it in IP-Symcon and I’ve implemented the heating logic (for electrical heating using SU. FHT 80b & FHT 8V Combo Set Owner’s Manual Size: ( MB), All the information needed Works with additional FHT80TF-2 Window Contacts for automatic.

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To post to this group, send email to fhem-users googlegroups. Anyway, yes, fhem can handle the FHT80b, however, since the fht80b is a wireless device and doesn’t have a serial port or anything like thatyou will also need either a CUL device from busware or an FHZPC or FHZPC where the later one can also receive data from some additional devices like the KS weather station. Marketing, Verwaltung Bitte keine unaufgeforderten privaten Nachrichten!

The advantage of the 80B is that it is 2 way; the 8 being just one way sending. I’m wondering which is best for the valves I have my own heating algorithm in place, using FHT for temperature measurement and for setting a desired temperature.

FHT 80b Wall Thermostat

The answer from Conrad: I’m a little unsure about exactly which to buy, however. Verschiedene Messwerte wie z.


Fbt in my understanding I could either: This is true even if the softbuffer is on. Will they also be usable for the “IST” or actual temperature? I noticed some discussions that talk about the “IST” temperature What do you think?

I consider an extension of the FHT. Rht there will be magnetic triggers on every window, I would like to have both systems communicate with each other in a sense that the security system indicates which window is open, contradictory to Conrad wireless system to detect open doors and windows.

After that quite often the FHT80 communicates again. But FHT80B’s main purpose is to control the room temperature using the radiator and is not usable as stand alone temperature sensor. It is of course clear that systems only endorsed by communication through pc and FHEM won’t of course work when the pc is offline for some reason, but at that point, each separate system should be capable to continue to work individually: Will the cheaper FHT 8 still work with the boiler interlock?

You can access the WS through fhem. The time now is By the 8b-2, why are you using your own heating algorithm. I own a 8W to control my city heating valve and this works quite well.

It is a Siemens alarm don’t remember exact type right nowand it appears to endorse X10 of some kind and possibly also simple serial communication via optional module. It seems like I can go ahead with a conrad set. This is what the 8W also does, only you have to program it yourself in IPS.


I try to use it to control electrical device, so the transfer of parameters is not enough. When you do this, the FHT can still operate as a thermostat using its own algorithm.

If the communication is not perfect, tht the number is bigger due to resends. I noticed IR controllers, V dimmers, audio controllers Forum Was ist neu? I only known the FHT family. I do not need to decouple this heating from a PC. Anybody an idea how long the lifespan is of such a heating system?

Which FHT thermostat kit to buy?

I’d be very grateful if anyone could point me in the right direction. I will send an email to Conrad. I guess I can place those anywhere I want seen the odd way I engineered my 80b–2 system. I can prove your problem: Now to get back to that heating: Or is there some other device I need to buy? Which FHT thermostat kit to buy? The reason for my own control is that I control electrical device, not fhy valve. I’m also not sure if this has advantages or disadvantages Later, the readings started to come but now I have the problem again.