Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

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Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by cherowley » Monday 03 October 2016 20:21

Are there any wall thermostats which have a programmable timer compatible with RFlink or have a WiFi api?

On ebay there are devices as low as £15 which have a rf remote but of course not much use if rflink doesn't support it :)

Wi-Fi devices like nest etc are overkill for my needs, not to say a more basic (cheaper) Wi-Fi device wouldn't fit the bill as long as it has an api..

Looking for a drop in replacement for the standard honeywell wall stat, by this I mean the relay is on board and not a separate box.

Thought about building one using esp8266 etc but just not happy enough with their stability ;)

Thanks!

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Re: Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by deennoo » Tuesday 04 October 2016 1:26

You can have a look to a drayton rf programmable room thermostat who run on 433mhz and with RFLink.

Digistat rf series do the job on 433 mhz.

http://www.draytoncontrols.co.uk/produc ... Thermostat

Have a look at installation guide it confirm 433mhz
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Re: Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by cherowley » Tuesday 04 October 2016 10:31

Thanks deenoo :)

Had a look but not quite what I'm after as it's a two box solution and still nearly £100 :)

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Re: Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by deennoo » Tuesday 04 October 2016 15:13

Fact is that screen box is just a rf sender, second one is an rf reciever.

Got an europan version (868 switch to 433, rf module are just plug without soldering). And it'd works great !

European version are call : Eberle instat 868.

Easy to find on nl and germany
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Re: Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by cherowley » Thursday 06 October 2016 10:29

Thanks :)

I think I'm going to write a new plugin for ESPEasy and have it run on a Sonoff as they do seem to be quite stable..

I'll leave it running for a week or 2 and see howit gets on..

Advantage of this is I can make it fully domoticz compatible and will cost me zero as already have the sonoff and temp sensor :)

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Re: Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by Dezz » Saturday 21 January 2017 0:48

deennoo wrote:You can have a look to a drayton rf programmable room thermostat who run on 433mhz and with RFLink.

Digistat rf series do the job on 433 mhz.

http://www.draytoncontrols.co.uk/produc ... Thermostat
I have exactly this kit. RFLink sees the signals when I press the buttons for up/down on the thermostat but it's just a long string of codes i.e.

Call for heat ON

Code: Select all

20;B9;DEBUG;Pulses=58;Pulses(uSec)=270,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,930,930,930,420,6990;
20;BA;DEBUG;Pulses=58;Pulses(uSec)=420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,450,360,930,930,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,900,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,930,930,930,420,6990;
20;BB;DEBUG;Pulses=58;Pulses(uSec)=420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,390,420,930,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,900,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,990,870,930,420,6990;

Call for heat off

Code: Select all

20;B3;DEBUG;Pulses=58;Pulses(uSec)=480,420,420,420,420,420,420,390,420,420,930,930,420,420,450,390,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,930,420,420,900,930,930,420,6990;
20;B4;DEBUG;Pulses=58;Pulses(uSec)=420,420,420,420,420,420,420,450,390,420,930,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,420,450,870,930,420,420,930,420,420,420,390,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,390,420,420,420,420,930,930,930,420,420,930,930,930,420,6990;
20;B5;DEBUG;Pulses=58;Pulses(uSec)=450,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,420,390,420,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,930,420,420,930,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,390,420,420,420,420,420,420,420,930,930,930,420,420,930,900,930,420,6990;
Any idea how I get this into Domoticz please?

Thanks!

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Re: Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by deennoo » Monday 23 January 2017 10:43

Just send debug to Stuntteam, he will create device !

http://www.nemcon.nl/blog2/contact
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Re: Wi-Fi or rflink wall thermostat/ programmable timer

Post by davidlightsa » Monday 17 April 2017 15:17

cherowley wrote:Thanks :)

I think I'm going to write a new plugin for ESPEasy and have it run on a Sonoff as they do seem to be quite stable..

I'll leave it running for a week or 2 and see howit gets on..

Advantage of this is I can make it fully domoticz compatible and will cost me zero as already have the sonoff and temp sensor :)
Hi Cherowley, Did you ever manage this? I am keen to do the same.

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