Boiler wireless switch broke (Home Easy HE105EU) and I can't find a replacement, help!

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NibblyPig
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Boiler wireless switch broke (Home Easy HE105EU) and I can't find a replacement, help!

Post by NibblyPig » Thursday 15 December 2016 21:48

So I had a Home Easy HE105EU which has been working for exactly 1 year and 1 month, but now appears to have suddenly broken as I can't get it to turn off. My boiler has no thermostat built in so it's a pain in the arse.

I've googled but I can't find any retailers of this, so I am wondering if there's a similar device I can buy.

All it has to do is be a wireless switch for my boiler that will turn it on and off via RFXCom / Domoticz.

Many thanks

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Re: Boiler wireless switch broke (Home Easy HE105EU) and I can't find a replacement, help!

Post by Westcott » Thursday 15 December 2016 22:02

How about Home Easy MiHome or Smartwares?
Zwave - Sigma Z+ stick, Fibaro 2x FGSD002, FGMS001
Horstmann - 2x HRT4, 2x C-stat-11, 4x ASR-ZW, TKB 2x TZ56, 2x TZ68E
Max-EQ Cube, Valve, Neo 2x door
RFXtrx433E, RFlink - 1byone driveway, doorbell, Oregon and BangGood temp
Wifi - YeeLight RGB, 3x ESP8266

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Re: Boiler wireless switch broke (Home Easy HE105EU) and I can't find a replacement, help!

Post by NibblyPig » Friday 16 December 2016 18:21

Do you know a specific model? The device I mentioned cost me £16

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Re: Boiler wireless switch broke (Home Easy HE105EU) and I can't find a replacement, help!

Post by Tom » Tuesday 03 January 2017 19:44

I think that the Horstmann HRFS1/T50 is the same unit.

There are loads of second hand ones on ebay or retailers in the UK (like Screwfix) still sell them new.

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