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by NeilF
29 Jan 2019, 16:56
Forum: Attaching the Thermostat to the boiler
Topic: Two wires to thermostat - 12V or 240V?
Replies: 3
Views: 415

Re: Two wires to thermostat - 12V or 240V?

GEORGzer wrote:Hard to say without the exact boiler type, but I would recommend to get a voltmeter and do a test.
Just found an old email to Netatmo listing my equipment:-
Boiler - Worcester 30CDi
Timer - British Gas UP2 Controller
Thermostat - Honeywell Analog (two wire) --> Now Netatmo
by NeilF
29 Jan 2019, 13:17
Forum: Attaching the Thermostat to the boiler
Topic: Two wires to thermostat - 12V or 240V?
Replies: 3
Views: 415

Two wires to thermostat - 12V or 240V?

We had a standard Honeywell thermostat in our hall connected to our fairly modern Worcester Combi boiler via two wires. I install the Netatmo thermostat years ago by simply removing that Honeywell thermostat and connecting the Netatmo to these two wires. And it works fine etc.. Are those two wires g...
by NeilF
05 Nov 2018, 12:13
Forum: General questions
Topic: Valve temperature stuck
Replies: 84
Views: 4749

Re: Valve temperature stuck

Hi, I am using Thermostat and I am very satifyed, thinking about buying aditional valves to my upstairs, But right now I am not shure if It will be good step. My guestion is - is the problem with openning windows (recalibrating, or covering valves) still alive ? or solved ? I've been tempted to buy...
by NeilF
24 Oct 2018, 12:59
Forum: Thermostat iOS/Android/Web Application
Topic: [REQUEST] On the graph, show outdoor temperature
Replies: 12
Views: 1050

Re: [REQUEST] On the graph, show outdoor temperature

NeilF wrote:When you look at the graph showing your thermostat setting and house temperature, it would be useful/interesting to also show on the same graph a line representing the outdoor temperature readings over time.

ps: I'm using the Netatmo Thermostat.
Is it really 2+ years since this was raised... :(
by NeilF
15 Apr 2018, 09:50
Forum: General questions
Topic: Valve temperature stuck
Replies: 84
Views: 4749

Re: Valve temperature stuck

I have seen that my problem is not present from since I switched back to the hysteresis algo. Don't know if has anything to do with anything... but my problem didn't appear since then. So until this is not fixed, I won't be switching to the advanced algo. Also I switch on the heating, a bit in the ...
by NeilF
05 Apr 2018, 20:01
Forum: Thermostat iOS/Android/Web Application
Topic: [REQUEST] On the graph, show outdoor temperature
Replies: 12
Views: 1050

Re: [REQUEST] On the graph, show outdoor temperature

A historical outdoor temp value shown on the graph (as another line) would be excellent!
by NeilF
19 Mar 2018, 12:03
Forum: General questions
Topic: Valve temperature stuck
Replies: 84
Views: 4749

Re: Valve temperature stuck

Still having the same issues, some valves go mad for whatever reason, and than one or two weeks no problem. I gave Netatmo a last two weeks to come-up with a solution. If not, than I would return everything and I will inform the ACM (Dutch Authority Consumer & Market) Well, I think after all this t...
by NeilF
16 Mar 2018, 10:10
Forum: General questions
Topic: Valve temperature stuck
Replies: 84
Views: 4749

Re: Valve temperature stuck

All gone very quiet again hasn't it. Is this because the issue has now been solved? Or because people are just giving up?

I was notified by CamelCamelCamel that the valves have reach a low price... But unfortunately I won't be buying at the moment.
by NeilF
26 Feb 2018, 11:33
Forum: General questions
Topic: Valve temperature stuck
Replies: 84
Views: 4749

Re: Valve temperature stuck

svobluk wrote:tried remove and initialize valves again, let see.... :roll:
Good luck... Let us know how you get on...
by NeilF
25 Feb 2018, 17:50
Forum: General questions
Topic: Valve temperature stuck
Replies: 84
Views: 4749

Re: Valve temperature stuck

New day, same issue, temperature is gettting stuck again. I'm really starting hate this piece of crap. I would recommend to all who is thinking to buy, NOT to buy and look somewhere else. This product is just waste of money! :oops: crap_valve1.jpg Well, this thread has been going now for over three...

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