Are there information about the active-time of the boiler?

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Alapraia
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Are there information about the active-time of the boiler?

Post by Alapraia » 27 Jan 2017, 08:55

Hi guys,

I purchased the Netatmo Termostat 3 days ago and installed it to my Baxiroca Combi 24AF boiler. I have to say, it works.

But I have one question: Is there a possibility to get details (by WebIF or App) about when the boiler was activated by the termostat. If I am at home, I can croscheck it by looking to the relais. But I am interessted to known, how often and for how long the boiler was heating during the day.

Thanks a lot.

Michael

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Re: Are there information about the active-time of the boile

Post by Michael0610 » 27 Jan 2017, 09:27

Webif: Device settings, download your thermostats data. :o

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Re: Are there information about the active-time of the boile

Post by Alapraia » 27 Jan 2017, 10:20

Hi Michael0610... Thanks a lot.

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Re: Are there information about the active-time of the boile

Post by Alapraia » 27 Jan 2017, 10:43

Does anyone of you know what the number codes (for example, 471, 377, 591, etc.) in the "Boiler ON" and "Boiler OFF" columns in the download of the thermostat data mean?

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Re: Are there information about the active-time of the boile

Post by vespavbb1964 » 27 Jan 2017, 12:48

You can also look at the graph in the app or web interface & you will see what time the burner was turned on and for how long the burner is on each hour.
On the attached picture you will see that my heating turned on at 7.15am - I had the thermostat set at 22 degrees for 9.30am
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Re: Are there information about the active-time of the boile

Post by Michael0610 » 27 Jan 2017, 13:58

"Does anyone of you know what the number codes (for example, 471, 377, 591, etc.) in the "Boiler ON" and "Boiler OFF" columns in the download of the thermostat data mean?"

It is in secunds. Cycletime is normal 10 mins, 600 sec.

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