Valve starting boiler even if temperature reached

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Dr.Fix
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Valve starting boiler even if temperature reached

Post by Dr.Fix » 11 Sep 2019, 22:29

Hi,
I've bought a valve to try it out, and I'm getting a very weird behavior.

In COMFORT mode: heating starts. Always. No matter what are the temperatures in the rooms. I turn on COMFORT -> Heating starts.

In ECO mode: let's say that the valve is set at 19° and in there room there are 24°. Heating is stopped. Correct.
Then I raise the temperature to 19.5° (in the room there are always 24°). Heating starts. WHY?!?

Relay Firmware: 203 (g0a3abc)
Thermostat Firmware: 65 (j0ab4e0)
Valve Firmware: 48 (o04aa38)

Could anyone force my firmware upgrade please?? So that I can try with latest versions and be still in time to return the product if defective.

Thanks!

Brieuc_Netatmo
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Re: Valve starting boiler even if temperature reached

Post by Brieuc_Netatmo » 12 Sep 2019, 09:32

Hi,
Once the Relay receives a new firmware, the update is pushed to the radio modules and it can last up to 48h, depending on the quantity of modules and the quality and stability of the radio connection between the modules and their Relay. You will get a normal behaviour once all modules are updated. Thank you for your patience :)
Brieuc - Netatmo Team

Dr.Fix
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Re: Valve starting boiler even if temperature reached

Post by Dr.Fix » 12 Sep 2019, 14:20

Brieuc_Netatmo wrote:
12 Sep 2019, 09:32
Hi,
Once the Relay receives a new firmware, the update is pushed to the radio modules and it can last up to 48h, depending on the quantity of modules and the quality and stability of the radio connection between the modules and their Relay. You will get a normal behaviour once all modules are updated. Thank you for your patience :)
Thank you, this night I received the update and everything seems fine.
Yesterday at a certain point I couldn't stop the heating in no way, I was in a little panic, as the valve was always sending the ON command :-) I solved by switching to ECO mode, today I've received the update and it seems ok.

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