Honeywell Evohome HGI80 Blockly

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Honeywell Evohome HGI80 Blockly

Post by jenssen » Tuesday 16 January 2018 23:25

Hello,

Why aren't my temperature sensores from the Honeywell Evhome HGI80 available in Blockly?

I know I can use JSON to control the zones/switch etc, but what if I want to react on a temperature value of a certain zone? For example when it is higher then 20 degrees, the fan should be turned on. I do not see the temperature sensors from Honeywell Evohome via the HGI80, I see other temperature sensors (Z-wave sensors) in Blockly. However when I show "current states", I see all my temperature sensors from the different zones with the correct temperature?

Why can I not use them in Blockly?

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Re: Honeywell Evohome HGI80 Blockly

Post by jenssen » Monday 22 January 2018 21:43

Anyone?

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Re: Honeywell Evohome HGI80 Blockly

Post by gordonb3 » Tuesday 23 January 2018 21:13

Not so much of an answer, but Domoticz does not see Evohome zones as temperature sensors. They are registered as heating devices and it would appear that this device type is not implemented in the event system (Blockly/LUA).
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Re: Honeywell Evohome HGI80 Blockly

Post by jenssen » Tuesday 23 January 2018 23:45

gordonb3 wrote:
Tuesday 23 January 2018 21:13
Not so much of an answer, but Domoticz does not see Evohome zones as temperature sensors. They are registered as heating devices and it would appear that this device type is not implemented in the event system (Blockly/LUA).
Hello,

Thanks, but how can I use the temperature from these zones as input for an action?

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Re: Honeywell Evohome HGI80 Blockly

Post by gordonb3 » Wednesday 24 January 2018 11:47

I guess the only way (at this time) is to run a timed script in which you retrieve the current status of a zone and act depending on its value.
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Re: Honeywell Evohome HGI80 Blockly

Post by jenssen » Friday 26 January 2018 19:53

gordonb3 wrote:
Wednesday 24 January 2018 11:47
I guess the only way (at this time) is to run a timed script in which you retrieve the current status of a zone and act depending on its value.
Thanks, do you have a small example to read out the status of a zone?

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