The radio heating system FHT is ideally suited to save energy through intelligent control of the heating valves and to create a comfortable indoor climate at different times.
Only FHT8b/FHT80b can be connected to the FHZ1000PC Professional, FHZ1300PC or FHZ1300PC WLAN. The much cheaper FHT8R are only suitable for single-mode and can not be connected to the FHZ.
Weekly and daily programs can/ are not be transferred to the FHT with IP Symcon. This feature has been requested many a time, but it will definitely not given.
If the room controller was probably already registered to a central station, this application must be deleted.
With the option "Emulate status" the value of the target variable is updated immediately after sending the command without waiting for the actual feedback from the FHT.
After the registration process must be at least one command (e.g. set target temperature) be sent to the FHT to start the communication.
|LowBattery||Indicates whether the FHT displays a low battery warning. If the value is TRUE, you should change the battery and then manually reset the value to FALSE.|
|Window Open||Indicates whether the window contact which is connected to the FHT reports an open window. TRUE = window open, FALSE = window closed|
|Position||Value of the control valve from 0 to 100%|
|Temperature||Actual temperature received from the FHT|
|Target Mode||Received mode from the FHT|
|Beim Auslesen||The integer variable uses the following values: 0: Automatic, 1: Manual; 2: Vacation; 3: Party|
|Target Mode (Pending)||The mode sent to the FHT. Once the radio command could be discontinued, "Target Mode" and "Target Mode (Pending)" are identical.|
|Target Temperature||Target temperature received from the FHT|
|Target Temperature (Pending)||The target temperature sent to the FHT. Once the radio command could be discontinued, are "Target Temperature" and "Target Temperature (Pending)" identical.|