// update uploaded for 1.
great to see things are moving on your side.
- yes, will put it on my todo.should be an easy one and done sone
originally it was intented to be used to start from scratch andget some inital bytes from the heatpump.
If you get your heatpump already online and the version fits you get the parsed values in the debug log
- in the thing paramaters you can find a parameter called waiting time. default value is set to 1200 ms
this its the time between the request. some heatpumps do have limited CPU and boud rate and do need some time to get a nother request. For my LWZ303i 2.06 the default value worked reliable
a possible scenario could be also that there is no response coming from the heatpump to the send request.
- you can find the examples in the github thingtpye
I am currently abroad and hae limited testing capabilities
By end of next week i will be able to upload a new version.
I will try to upload something today, but the code was not verified and tested on my heatpump