I have one Homematic thermostat (HM-CC-RT-DN) running, with two major problems:
- The theromstat is too big, so the cover on the wall doesn’t fit anymore and I would need to build something. And I’m not good with that
- It’s installed in the bedroom and it makes to much noise when regulating. So at the moment, I switch it to 19° during the night and only have it regulate the temperature during the day.
I now came across the Danfoss living connect. I have to check again, but I think this could solve problem 1.
I don’t have any Z-Wave components yet, so I’m looking for any opinions on the Danfoss Living Connect. Is it is as loud as the Homematic ? Is it worth buying a USB Z-Wave dongle ?
Good thing with the Homematic: it’s now directly paired with a Homematic temperature sensor, as the internal sensor is inaccurate. In the new scenario, I would have to create rules in OpenHAB to adjust the thermostat settings. Not sure if it’s worth the effort / money.
Thanks for any insight