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    Hello everyone, 

    I am trying to add temperature settings to a scenario. 

    Example: turn on A/C in cooling mode in zone (ZA;ZB = 11) with a temperature of 26.0° and then turn off A/C.

    I had a look at the OpenWebnetCommand table for temperature control and as I understand now, commands should be:

    –  *#4*#11*#14*0260*2## to turn on zone 11 at 26.0

    –  *4*303*11## or *4*203*11## (may I know what is the difference between generic off mode and conditioning off mode ? Is generic both heating + cooling mode ?)

    Thank you in advance for your feedback. 

    Regards, 

    Benoit

     




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    Hello [mention:28b7c7c0715d49f7a0e35513f3fce4b5:e9ed411860ed4f2ba0265705b8793d05]

    to work with termo it's important to underline that you need the main unit (99 zone) installed.

    – *#4*#11*#14*0260*2## –> means that the zone 1.1 is now in "Manual Mode" (may be it's already ON), and the Set Point requested is 26.0°C

    the last parameter 2 is used if you already know that the Main Unit/System modality is COOLING (1 if is HEATING – 3 if you don't take care of it).

    –  *4*303*11## or *4*203*11##  can't be send to the single probe, has to be sent to the main unit: "#zone" or "#0" (to the central unit).

    303 if you don't take care of the modality, 203 if you are sure that the System Modality is COOLING.

    Lorenzo




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    Ciao Lorenzo,

    Thank you for the reply ! I have found how to use scenarios to turn on and off A/C units.

    I am facing another issue. If the thermostat is showing comfort or eco mode, then it is not possible to change the mode of the thermostat from comfort or eco to manual setting function and it is not possible to turn off A/C using *4*202*#11## as well.

    It works only if A/C is off or if manual setting is selected on the thermostat.

    Thank you.




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    Hello @benoit [mention:28b7c7c0715d49f7a0e35513f3fce4b5:e9ed411860ed4f2ba0265705b8793d05]

    Which gateway are you using? I guess f454, v2?

    Right?

    If you monitor in Open Web Net the system , are you able to see the following message:

    *#4*where*7*x*y*z##

    where = zone address

    if you put in "eco" while cooling is selected you have to see:

    *#4*11*7*1*5*##

    please, let me know

    Lorenzo




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    Hi Lorenzo,

    I am using a F454 and a F459. When I monitor the Open Web Net commands I can not see the command you wrote above.

    My concern is what is the Open Web Net Command to settle in the scenario to change the mode eco or comfort to mode manual ?

    When the command is sent to the thermostat, nothing is updated if mode comfort or eco are selected. Update is done when manual setting is already chosen on the thermostat.

    Thank you.

    Benoit




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    ok, right

    when some one set local ECO / COMFORT you see in monitor:

    *4*108*1## –> Comfort

    *4*107*1## –> ECO

    This set up is winning vs remote control.

    So you can not move from Comfort/ECO to other setup the probe.

    Lorenzo




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    Hi Lorenzo,

    Noted for the priority of eco and comfort modes. In that case, is it possible to remove eco and comfort modes from the thermostat functions ?

    Thanks.




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    No, you can not.

    Lorenzo




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