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if you can read the value of the thermistor with a raspberry pi it will work, you just need to supply your own code to read the sensor value and edit these files on the heating-remote : /home/pi/pi-heating-remote/configs/sensors/var/www/pi-heating-remote/name.php/var/www/pi-heating-remote/value.php
can you run this command, and post results herenmap -sP 192.168.0.0/25 | grep report
Hi Roman, how many remote sensors do you have, and what are their IP addresses ?
Hi, 'you will need to configure your router to forward port 8080 network traffic to the heating controller hub', this is not covered here, it will depend on your router brand, refer to your router documents, there are some suggestions here for DNS management : https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=93144
Hi Kevin, what OS are you using ?
Hi Razvan,How is your build configured ?What do you mean by 'relay probe' ? what was the problem, and what did you do to fix it ?Jeff
Hi Paul,I've messaged you.Jeff
Hi,Edit file : /var/www/pi-heating-hub/sensor-list.phpchange this line to match your subnet :$subnet_cidr = '192.168.1.0/24';Jeff
i've messaged you
Hi, sorry for not replying, I've been away over the holidays.@JeremiahJ28 are you still having problems ?
Hi Aadi1, This looks like the script could not connect to github. This may have beena temporary network issue. Have you tried again and got the same message ?
Hi, I've never used bluetooth, in theory it would work, but would require a lot of recoding. There is functionality to enable schedules when a MAC address is present on the network. So you could switch to an alternative schedule if the hub is unable to connect to a sensor. And yes, you can connect a touch screen, then just open the browser and load http://localhost:8080/status.php full screen, but I just use my tablet to control the hub from my sofa :-)
Hi wolffm001, I've got one sensor measuring external temperature in my garden,https://goo.gl/photos/MCqxEQwJMnyLWdvv9and a schedule that starts heating my hot water tank at 06:00 if the external temperature is below 3deg C ( pre-heating the hot water reservoir before heating the house )My heating system consists of a hot water reservoir which is heated by a gas boiler, and a central heating system which pumps water through the reservoir and circulates this hot water through wall radiators in each room.Your heating system sounds a bit more complicated, but I'm sure it can be controlled using my app, if you want to have a go at building it, let me know and I'll support you the best I can.
After using this for a week or so I estimate my heating can increase internal temperature by +2 deg per hour. So I've created a couple of 'stepped' schedules, #1 start heating at 08:00 if lounge temp < 20deg C, #2 start heating at 07:00 if lounge temp < 18deg C, #3 start heating at 06:00 if lounge temp < 16deg C etc.
Thanks wolffm001. What do you mean by 'outdoor reset' ?
Hi jim. Which step are you referring to ?
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