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Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 21 Dec 2015 05:39
by Zway424
I have a Honeywell Z-wave thermostat and I recently updated to v2.2.0 and now the UI displays all temp values in Celsius however the UI shows F next to the temp value. When I try to update the temp values in the UI, the max number I can enter is 40. Why is this happening? Why is so difficult to report temps from Z-wave compatible thermostat into Fahrenheit? Someone please help! Is this just an issue that was not addressed in the latest update? If so, when will this be addressed? It's completely useless to me if I can't set the thermostat remotely using values in Fahrenheit.

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 31 Dec 2015 07:58
by Plainsane

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 31 Dec 2015 08:01
by Plainsane
You will eventually get hit by this as I have a few times. Please chime in on it here https://github.com/Z-Wave-Me/home-automation/issues/275 and here viewtopic.php?f=3422&t=22595

Both places, I feel they think I'm being pedantic

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 31 Dec 2015 08:44
by Zway424
If you force interview of the thermostat, the web UI will allow you to change the temp to any Fahrenheit allowable value. The Zway control app still has the same bug though, so I still can't set the thermostat above 28 F via ZWay control app. The web UI is the only way to control ThermostatSetPoints for now. Hopefully this will be updated soon.

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 15 Jan 2016 18:20
by gschwanm
Hi!

I do not understand the 28° limit anyway. I use °Celsius, but still 28°C are not sufficiant in some cases.

BR
Martin

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 24 Jan 2016 21:28
by viper384
Zway424 wrote:... The Zway control app still has the same bug though, so I still can't set the thermostat above 28 F via ZWay control app. The web UI is the only way to control ThermostatSetPoints for now. Hopefully this will be updated soon.
Download "Popp Hub" app on Gogple store. That app will load the same GUI that you see in the browser, hence the thermostat well work as expected. The developers have worked hard to make the web interface consistent across screen sizes and touch screen friendly. The official Zway Control app hasn't been updated in a while.

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 25 Jan 2016 02:11
by Zway424
I've tried "Popp Hub" with the same results. The thermostat can't be changed via the app.

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 23 Feb 2016 07:06
by viper384
I have traditionally set my counter to C, so I tried F in config, and the same issue after force re-interview. Can only cycle from 0-40F. The temperature is reported in F, but the indicator indicates C. Maybe a bug report should be field at github? Fahrenheit temperature settings has never worked correctly. Now running v.2.2.1.

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 25 Feb 2016 04:18
by golaonline
I am running a CT100 thermostat on v2.2.0, i had to change the config to F and re-interview to fix the same problem.. the fix only works on smarthome UI, not on expertUI.

Re: Help Needed for v2.2.0 UI thermostat

Posted: 07 Mar 2016 07:57
by viper384
golaonline wrote:I am running a CT100 thermostat on v2.2.0, i had to change the config to F and re-interview to fix the same problem.. the fix only works on smarthome UI, not on expertUI.
Re-interviewing does not fix the problem for me.
Thermostat scale shows C but numeric value in F
Thermostat scale shows C but numeric value in F
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Thermostat set point - max value is 40
Thermostat set point - max value is 40
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Snip from Defaults.xml

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                <SensorMultilevel>
                        <Fahrenheit>1</Fahrenheit><!-- Default scale to use -->
                </SensorMultilevel>
                <ThermostatSetPoint>
                        <Fahrenheit>1</Fahrenheit><!-- Default scale to use -->
                </ThermostatSetPoint>