- Platform information:
- Hardware: raspi4
- OS: raspi os
- Java Runtime Environment: 11
- openHAB version: openHAB 3.2.0
- Issue of the topic: I can’t set the thermostat temperature using the NeoHub, only graph past temperatures.
- Please post configurations (if applicable):
- Items configuration related to the issue: NeoHub, NeoStat
Hi, I’ve set up my NeoHub and I can read temperatures from connected NeoStats without difficulty. However, using OpenHab 3 and the built-in GUI config screens, I can’t figure out what settings to use in order to produce controls to actually set the target temperature channel. No matter what I do, I get a graph display of past temps, instead of a control that shows me the current target temp and a way to move it up or down.
I think I have tried most combinations of
SetPoint for “semantic class” in the BasicUI editor (doing “Create Equipment from Thing” as suggested in the OH3 tutorial).
Searching on this subject yielded a closed pull request (Fix changing temperature via Basic UI by chris922 · Pull Request #2165 · openhab/openhab-core · GitHub) which seemed to suggest that last summer there was a problem in BasicUI which caused it to not display controls due to some kind of unit / label problem. But that was merged quite a while ago.
At this point, I am not very sure if this is a NeoHub binding problem or a BasicUI problem. Or it could just as easily be a “me” problem if I simply have the equipment configured incorrectly.