looking for a recommendation for a central heating control system that manages the valves over wires and is well (=ready made) compatible (=integrable) with OpenHab.
I have 15 radiators - a control wire goes to each - split into 8 zones and a central heating unit (boiler).
I seek wired system = no hassle with changing batteries, no radio interference or too long distance.
I don’t want to control the valves with OpenHab directly - I seek a ready-made system that will control the heating so, for example, I won’t have to program or sort out things like temperature hysteresis within the zones. One thermostat per zone and temperatures managed separately for each of the zone.
And - of course - the system to be open for integration into OpenHab. In this way OpenHab will serve as an umbrella system managing other tasks too but the heating control system will be capable of stand-alone operation.
There is plethora of choices for the wireless systems - I like Honeywell Evo Home for instance. But I insist on going wired way.
For wired solution I found TapHome looking promising - which however is more like less-open and less-customizable OpenHab and not the single-task (well tuned) heating control system.
Happily ready to defend my choices / explain more if questions come but will end here not to make to post too long. Any recommendation for what to look into by OpenHab community? Thanks in advance for any hint.