Controlling devices on my iPad

Discussions about Z-Way software and Z-Wave technology in general
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PoltoS
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Apparantly yes... We have to work on it more :)

Post by PoltoS » 24 Sep 2011 10:01

Next version certainly also have a better design

Soepkip
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I also tested the mobile interface

Post by Soepkip » 24 Sep 2011 10:01

Sensor does come up (room temperature) but I'm unable to change the thermostat setpoint (HRT4-ZW).

It does allow me to manually turn the heater on and off though!

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PoltoS
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SetPoints are not in the Mobile interface yet

Post by PoltoS » 24 Sep 2011 10:01

We would appreciate your feedback about full interface of Z-Way before implementing it in mobile interface.

Do you use manual or automatic mode most of the time?
Do you really need to set temperature on mobile or just +/- deviations? (like "I'm cold, so +3 degree or "to hot", so -3 degree)

By the way, if your thermostat is in automatic mode and you have several climate schedules on your zone, you can already change climate schedules from Room tab in mobile interface.

Soepkip
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At the moment, I'm using

Post by Soepkip » 24 Sep 2011 10:01

At the moment, I'm using manual mode so only using + and - (rather 0.5 than 3 ;))

I'm looking into the automatic mode, but (as usual with normal programmable thermostats) my week's schedule seems to dynamic at the moment to really implement a climate schedule. I might include a morning warm-up and evening cut-off, but for the rest use manual mode.

I did notice the nice climate schedules implemented in Zcloud already, seems very usable!

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PoltoS
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Z-Way UI for iPhone/iPad is now available in AppStore

Post by PoltoS » 24 Sep 2011 10:01

More detail on how to use it with Z-Cloud here.Also read a quick start howto.

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