[APP][Pro] Heatit Controls app [v3.0.2]

This app adds support for devices made by Heatit controls.
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Devices supported:

Heatit Z-Push Wall Controller

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Heatit Z-Push Wall Controller is a Z-Wave switch for wall mounting. It comes with three fronts, so you can choose between 1, 2 or 3 toggle switches. This makes it easy and convenient to manage your Z-Wave products. The switch can be set up to control scenarios or work with other Z-Wave products. Each toggle switch has a two-color LED to indicate actions. The Heatit Z-Push Wall Controller comes with all three rocker switch fronts.

Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • The battery level changed
  • Battery becomes greater than {%} %
  • {Button} button is {Scene}
  • Battery becomes less than {%} %

Heatit ZM Single Relay 16A

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Heatit ZM Single Relay is a high power relay for in-wall installations. The relay allows you to control connected devices either through your Z-Wave network or via a wired switch. The module is equipped with a 16A relay and has a scene controller functionality.

Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Power becomes greater than {W} W
  • Power becomes less than {W} W
  • Energy becomes greater than {kWh} kWh
  • Energy becomes less than {kWh} kWh
  • The power changed
  • The power meter changed
  • Turned on
  • Turend off
  • Button {Button} is {Scene}

The following conditions are supported:

  • Is turned on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Turn on
  • Turn off
  • Toggle on or off

Heatit Z-Smoke

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The Heatit Z-Smoke Detector is a multifunctional wireless smoke sensor for smart home systems. With its powerful features, the sensor is designed to protect the family from potential fire hazards. With its compact and streamlined design, the Heatit Z-Smoke Detector blends effortlessly with your home decor and gives you extra security.

Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • The smoke alarm turned on
  • The smoke alarm turned off
  • The heat alarm turned on
  • The heat alarm turned off
  • The motion alarm turned on
  • The motion alarm turned off
  • The tamper alarm turned on
  • The tamper alarm turned off
  • The power supply alarm turned on
  • The power supply alarm turned off
  • Temperature becomes greater than {°C} °C
  • Temperature becomes less than {°C} °C
  • Battery becomes greater than {%} %
  • Battery becomes less than {%} %
  • The temperature changed
  • The battery level changed

The following conditions are supported:

  • The smoke alarm is on
  • The heat alarm is on
  • The motion alarm is on
  • The power supply alarm is on
  • The tamper alarm is on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Turn siren on
  • Turn siren off

Heatit Z-TRM3 thermostat (TF-058)

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Heatit Z-TRM3 is an electronic thermostat for electrical floor heating, designed to be mounted in a standard flush box. The thermostat has a built-in Z-Wave chip that can be connected with Home Automation systems. Heatit Z-TRM3 is equipped with a single-pole relay and fits into System 55 frames.

Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • temperature becomes greater than {Number} °C
  • temperature becomes less than {Number} °C
  • The temperature changed
  • internal temperature becomes greater than {Number} °C
  • internal temperature becomes less than {Number} °C
  • external temperature becomes greater than {Number} °C
  • external temperature becomes less than {Number} °C
  • floor temperature becomes greater than {Number} °C
  • floor temperature becomes less than {Number} °C
  • Turned on
  • Turned off
  • Power becomes greater than {Number} W
  • Power becomes less than {Number} W
  • The power changed
  • Voltage becomes greater than {Number} V
  • Voltage becomes less than {Number} V
  • The voltage changes
  • Energy becomes greater than {Number} kWh
  • Energy becomes less than {Number} kWh
  • The power meter changed
  • The target temperature changed
  • The temperature of the external sensor changed
  • The temperature of the floor sensor changed
  • The temperature of the internal sensor changed
  • Thermostat mode has changed
  • Thermostat mode has changed to {Mode}
  • Heating turned off
  • Heating turned on

The following conditions are supported:

  • Is turned on
  • Thermostat is on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Turn on
  • Turn off
  • Toggle on or off
  • Set temperature {Number}
  • Adjust the current temperature by {Number} degrees {Direction}
  • Set the termostat mode to {Mode}

Heatit Z-Temp2 thermostat

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Heatit Z-Temp2 is a battery-operated thermostat designed for use with water based heating systems. Used in combination with the Heatit Z-Water regulator you can control your heating system with a Z-Wave primary controller/gateway with the use of Heatit Z-Water in combination with one or several Heatit Z-Temp2.

Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • temperature becomes greater than {Number} °C
  • temperature becomes lessthan {Number} °C
  • The temperature changed
  • Humidity becomes greater than {Percent} %
  • Humidity becomes less than {Percent} %
  • The humidity changed
  • Battery becomes greater than {Percent} %
  • Battery becomes less than {Percent} %
  • The battery level changed
  • Turned on
  • Turned off
  • Locked
  • Unlocked
  • The target temperature changed
  • Thermostat mode changed
  • Thermostat mode has changed to {Mode}
  • Heating turned off
  • Heating turned on

The following conditions are supported:

  • Is turned on
  • A lock is locked
  • Thermostat is on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Turn on
  • Turn off
  • Toggle on or off
  • Lock
  • Unlock
  • Set the temperature {Number}
  • Set the thermostat mode to {Mode}

Heatit Z-TRM2(fx) (TF 033 & TF 056)

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Heatit Z-TRM2(fx) thermostat is an electronic thermostat for electrical floor heating, designed to be mounted in a standard flush box. The thermostat has a built-in Z-Wave chip that can be connected with Home Automation systems. Heatit Z-TRM2(fx) thermostat is equipped with a single-pole relay and fits
into System 55 frames.
Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • temperature becomes greater than {Degrees} °C
  • external temperature becomes less than {Degrees} °C
  • external temperature becomes greater than {Degrees} °C
  • floor temperature becomes less than {Degrees} °C
  • Voltage becomes greater than {Volt} V
  • Power becomes greater than {Watt} W
  • Energy becomes greater than {kWh} kWh
  • Power becomes less than {Watt} W
  • Voltage becomes less than {Volt} V
  • The temperature changed
  • The coltage changed
  • The power meter changed
  • temperature becomes less than {Degrees} °C
  • Energy becomes less than {kWh} kWh
  • floor temperature becomes greater than {Degrees} °C
  • The temperature of the external sensor changed
  • Thermostat mode has changed
  • Thermostat mode chaged to {Mode}
  • Heating turned off
  • Heating turned on
  • The target temperature changed

The following conditions are supported:

  • Thermostat is on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Set the termostat mode to {Mode}
  • Set a setpoint {Setpoint} of a thermostat mode {Mode}
  • Set the temperature {Number}

Heatit Z-wave thermostat (TF-021)

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Heatit Z-wave thermostat is an electronic thermostat for electrical floor heating, designed to be mounted in a standard flush box. The thermostat has a built-in Z-Wave chip that can be connected with Home Automation systems. Heatit Z-wave thermostat is equipped with a single-pole relay and fits
into System 55 frames.

Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Temperature becomes greater than {Degrees} °C
  • Temperature becomes less than {Degrees} °C
  • The temperature changed
  • The target temperature changed
  • Thermostat mode has changed
  • Thermostat mode has changed to {Mode}
  • Heating turned off
  • Heating turned on

The following conditions are supported:

  • Thermostat is on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Set the temperature {Number}
  • Set the thermostat mode to {Mode}
  • Set a setpoint {Setpoint} of a thermostat mode {Mode}
  • Set Power Regulator Mode (P) level to {Mode}

Heatit Z-Push Button 2

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Heatit Z-Push Button 2 is a battery operated wall switch with 2 push-buttons. The switch enables you to control the Z-Wave-products in your smart home system. Managing your Z-Wave products becomes easy and practical. The switch can be set up to control scenarios or work in associations with other Z-Wave products.
Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Button Pressed 1x
  • Button Pressed 2x
  • Button held down
  • Button released
  • Any button pressed (including tokens)

In addition, by adding the NodeID in the corresponding association groups, the Z-Push Button 2 can directly control Z-wave switches / dimmers.

Heatit Z-Push button-4

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Heatit Z-Push Button 4 is a battery operated wall switch with 4 push-buttons. The switch enables you to control the Z-Wave-products in your smart home system. Managing your Z-Wave products becomes easy and practical. The switch can be set up to control scenarios or work in associations with other Z-Wave products.
Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Battery becomes greater than {Number} %
  • Battery becomes less than {Number} %
  • The battery level changed
  • {Button} button is {Scene}

In addition, by adding the NodeID in the corresponding association groups, the Z-Push Button 4 can directly control Z-wave switches / dimmers.

Heatit Z-Push button-8

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Heatit Z-Push Button 8 is a battery operated wall switch with 8 push-buttons. The switch enables you to control the Z-Wave-products in your smart home system. Managing your Z-Wave products becomes easy and practical. The switch can be set up to control scenarios or work in associations with other Z-Wave products.
Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Battery becomes greater than {Number} %
  • Battery becomes less than {Number} %
  • The battery level changed
  • {Button} buttton is {Scene}

In addition, by adding the NodeID in the corresponding association groups, the Z-Push Button 8 can directly control Z-wave switches / dimmers.

Heatit Z-Water

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Heatit Z-Water is a DIN-rail regulator for controlling waterbased heating systems. The module clips right onto a DIN-rail to add a variety of functions to your wireless Z-Wave network. Heatit Z-Water is equipped with 10 relay outputs and it has 4 analog inputs.
Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Sensor 1 becomes greater than {°C} °C
  • Sensor 1 becomes less than {°C} °C
  • The temperature of the input 1 sensor changed
  • Sensor 2 becomes greater than {°C} °C
  • Sensor 2 becomes less than {°C} °C
  • The temperature of the input 2 sensor changed
  • Sensor 3 becomes greater than {°C} °C
  • Sensor 3 becomes less than {°C} °C
  • The temperature of the input 3 sensor changed
  • Sensor 4 becomes greater than {°C} °C
  • Sensor 4 becomes less than {°C} °C
  • The temperature of the input 4 sensor changed
  • Turned off
  • Turned on

The following conditions are supported:

  • Is turned on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Toggle on or off
  • Turn on
  • Turn off

Heatit Z-DIN-616

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Heatit Z-DIN 616 is a 6 x 16A potensial free relay for DIN-rail mounting. The module is equipped with 6 relay switches and 6 digital inputs.
Manual

The 6 independent relay switches can be controlled freely through the Z-Wave network and may be used for many different purposes. For example, the 6 digital inputs may be connected to potential-free connectors or open collector outputs, and the inputs allow you to control other Z-Wave devices by sending commands through the Z-Wave network. The Heatit DIN-rail module can be used for connecting 6 230VAC loads freely controllable from the Z-Wave network. All 6 relay outputs are galvanically separated. The 6 inputs of the DIN-rail module allow you to activate predefined scenes in a Z-Wave primary controller.

The following triggers are supported:

  • Turned off
  • Turned on

The following conditions are supported:

  • Is turned on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Toggle on or off
  • Turn on
  • Turn off

Heatit Z-relay

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The Heatit Z-Relay multipurpose relay module can be used for many different applications.

  • The relay has three inputs: analog or digital. You can use both analog and digital inputs, or a combination.
  • Heatit Z-Relay is a multipurpose product and can be used for the following applications: Boiler control / Leakage control / Temperature control / Outdoor applications

Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Sensor 1 becomes greater than {°C} °C
  • Sensor 1 becomes less than {°C} °C
  • The temperature of the input 1 sensor changed
  • Sensor 2 becomes greater than {°C} °C
  • Sensor 2 becomes less than {°C} °C
  • The temperature of the input 2 sensor changed
  • Power becomes greater than {W} W
  • Power becomes less than {W} W
  • The Power changed
  • Energy becomes greater than {kWh} kWh
  • Energy becomes less than {kWh} kWh
  • The power meter changed
  • Current becomes greater than {A} A
  • Current becomes less than {A} A
  • The electric current changed
  • Voltage becomes greater than {V} V
  • Voltage becomes less than {V} V
  • Turned on
  • Turned off
  • The water alarm turned on
  • The water alarm turned off

The following conditions are supported:

  • Is turned on
  • The water alarm is on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Toggle on or off
  • Turn on
  • Turn off

Heatit Z-dim

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Z-Wave rotary dimmer for different light sources. The LED dimmer dims at low load without the light flickering. Dimmer LED from 1-200VA, 230V halogen and incandescent bulbs, dimmable LED drivers and electronic transformers. Not affected by additional starting currents. Need L + N conductor connected.

The dimmer has end-turn function. This allows you to turn on the light and dimming with one dimmer, and then turn off the light with another dimmer. Convenient for example in stairs and corridors.

The dimmer fits into standard Elko, Schneider Exxact and Gira System 55 frame systems.
Manual

The following triggers are supported:

  • Energy becomes greater than {kWh} kWh
  • Energy becomes less than {kWh} kWh
  • Power becomes greater than {W} W
  • Power becomes less than {W} W
  • Dim-level changed
  • Turned on
  • Turned off
  • The power meter changed
  • Dimmer button is {Scene}
  • The power changed

The following conditions are supported:

  • Is turned on

The following action cards are supported:

  • Dim to {Number}
  • Set relative dim-level {Number}
  • Turn off
  • Turn on
  • Toggle on or off

Heatit Z-Repeater

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The Heatit Z-Repeater Dual USB 2A is a multifunctional AC Z-Wave range extender with two USB power adapters that allow you to charge two devices at the same time. Ideal for extending the Z-Wave signal to areas with blind spots - a solution for anyone experiencing poor wireless connectivity.

Manual

Supported Languages:

  • English
  • Dutch

Changelog:

3.0.2

  • Z-Din 616 bug fix

3.0.1

  • update

3.0.0

  • Update to Homey SDKv3

2.7.2

  • Added support for Z-Smoke version 4.2

2.7.1

  • Fix Z-TRM3 communication / association issues

2.7.0

  • Add support for the Z-Smoke AC Smoke Detector device

2.6.0

  • Add support for the Z-TEMP2 Thermostat device
  • Update Thermostat device driver library

2.5.0

  • Add support for the Z-TRM3 Thermostat device
  • Add Meter Reset maintenance action for Z-TRM2fx, Z-Dim and Z-relay
  • Update Homey meshdriver to v1.3.23

v2.4.2

  • Add support for the Z-Push button 4 device
  • Update app for new app store
  • Update Homey meshdriver to v1.3.21

2.4.1 (BETA), Homey SW ≥2.4.0

  • Finalize app and drivers for ‘Energy’ (Homey 3.0.0)
  • Update Homey meshdriver to v1.3.14

v2.4.0 (BETA), Homey SW ≥2.4.0

  • Add support for Heatit Z-Dim rotary dimmer
  • Update Homey meshdriver to v1.3.9

v2.3.0 (BETA), Homey SW ≥2.4.0

  • Fix S2 security handshake issues with Z-TRM2fx, Z-water and Z-Relay that result in Z-wave network stability issues by forcing non-secure inclusion.
    • All users experiencing stability issues with the Z-TRM2fx, Z-Water and Z-Relay devices are advised to upgrade to v2.3.0 and remove and re-include their devices based on the v2.3.0 version
  • Removed Homey 1.x.x mobile interface (obsolete)
  • Add insights logging for the Thermostat state capability
  • Prepared app and drivers for ‘Energy’ (Homey 3.0.0)
  • Update Homey meshdriver to v1.3.6

v2.2.1

  • Fix issue not being able to include the Heatit Z-push button 2 and Z-push button 8 devices
  • Z-TRM2(fx) changed default temperature- and meter-reporting interval from 60 to 900 seconds to prevent Z-wave network lock-up

v2.2.0

  • Add support for the Heatit Z-relay device
  • Add support for the Heatit Z-DIN-616 device
  • Update branding of the app

v2.1.2 (BETA)

  • Fix temperature reporting issues for Z-wave thermostat (FW 1.92), Z-TRM2(fx) and Z-Water
    Note: This fix only works as of Homey SW 2.0.5 ([Z-Wave] Reports from nodes with unknown Command Classes can now be read) and will not be implemented in Homey SW 1.5.x
    Note : Please follow the steps mentioned below to fix the temperature reporting :
    • For already paired devices:
      1. Go to advanced settings, and replace (add if not existing) Homey’s ID 1 with 1.1 in the following association groups used for the temperature reporting:
        • Z-wave thermostat (FW 1.92): Group 3, 4 and 5
        • Z-TRM2(fx): Group 2 and 3
        • Z-Water: Group 11, 12, 13 and 14
      2. For the thermostats, change in the Device specific settings (Sensor settings group), the ‘Displayed temperature’ to the sensor connected (default: floor sensor)
      3. Save settings
    • Alternative option is to remove and re-include the device based on v2.1.2 of the app and Homey SW version > 2.0.5
  • Add temperature changed flow cards for Z-wave thermostat (FW 1.92), Z-TRM2(fx) and Z-Water
  • Update to meshdriver v1.2.32

v2.1.1 (BETA)

  • Add support for the Z-Water regulator
  • Update to meshdriver v1.2.30
  • Note : due to an S2 issue within the Homey Z-wave core, the measured temperatures are not reported for the Z-wave thermostat (FW 1.92) and Z-TRM2(fx) thermostats as well as the Z-Water regulator. When this will be resolved, it is likely that the thermostat will need to be re-included

v2.1.0 (BETA)

  • Add support for the Z-wave thermostat (FW 1.92)
  • Add support for the Z-TRM2(fx) thermostat
  • Add all remaining settings for the thermostats
  • Add Power Regulator Mode action card for the Z-wave thermostat (use at own risk)

Note: due to an issue within the Homey Z-wave core, the measured temperatures are not reported for the Z-wave thermostat (FW 1.92) and the Z-TRM2(fx) thermostats. When this will be resolved, it is likely that the thermostat will need to be re-included

v2.0.2

  • Add support for the Z-Push button 2 and Z-Push button 8 devices
  • Minor (cosmetical) modifications to make the app Homey SW v2.0.0 compatible

v2.0.1

  • Add thermostat onoff state trigger- and condition cards

v2.0.0

  • SDK2 rewrite of the ThermoFloor / Heatit app
  • SDK2 rewrite of the Multireg / Heatit Z-Wave thermostat device driver
  • Update to meshdriver v1.2.28

Note: unfortunately, the set thermostat mode action card will be set to “comfort” mode after this update. The action card will need to be updated manually.

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Welcome to the forum and thanks for picking up support! Is there a way to include the Heatit z-push button 4 unsecure, and/or have them send association commands unsecure? Right now I can no longer use associations because fibaro dimmers do not support S2 security and the buttons do, so they do not respond to the associations.

This is really important to me because a) dimming works way better and b) the lights still work when Homey isn’t functioning properly.

Hi Edwin,
Currently it is not possible to choose the security level you choose to include in on Homey.
The secure level is chosen within the code and currently we are planning on following Ted’s code.

Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Welcome! Great to see support from the manufacturer. I second the request from Edwin. Would be awesome. So maybe a suggestion for the roadmap.

Hi @HeatitControlsAB !

Welcome and thank you for continuing the great work TedTolboom has done !

I have 6 Z-TRM3 installed in my home, and they work great.

I was however wondering if you could add a cooling mode to the thermostat. I’ll try to explain my situation : In my house I have a heat pump to produce hot water which is used for the floor heating during winter. In summer however, cold water is injected in the floor, instead of hot water, which helps to cool the house a bit (hardly any house is equipped with A/C in Switzerland). I was therefore wondering if you could add a cooling mode, in which the Heat It Thermostat understands that when I ask for a lower temperature, It should open the valves of the floor heating (cooling in this case) and not close them ?

I hope I’ve been clear enough in my explanation but as English is not my mother tongue, I sometimes fail in translating my ideas from french to English.

Thanks in advance & have a nice day.

Q.

You could solve this with flows. You only need a dry contact for the heat pump, which tells you if it’s cooling or not. Of it’s cooling you have seperate flows that become active.

My problem is not really about creating an automation based on the mode the heat pump is in, it is more of a convenience problem. Right now I have to set the Thermostats to 30•C during summer, to ensure that the floor heating valves are opened and injecting cold water in the pipes, because they don’t have any “cooling” mode, only a heating mode. As the temperature never gets (hopefully) to 30•C inside the house, the Thermostats are tricked into believing I want them to open the valves to get to that inside temperature (which is in fact cooling the house)… The problem is that I cannot regulate how much the valves are opened because the thermostats are always telling them to be fully opened to get to 30•C.

Hope I was clear enough. Thanks for trying to help anyway :slight_smile:

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I get it. :blush:

But I had the same issue and don’t have to trick the thermostats in this way. They can be set at your ideal temperature and since Homey knows if the pump is cooling or not the ‘smart’ stuff happens there, not in the thermostat. But yeah, if you want the thermostat to be the smart part you need a cooling function.

Oh my bad, didn’t know you could do that !

To be honest I wouldn’t even know how to program it, as the heat pump doesn’t communicate with the homey directly. Moreover the thermostat are the one ordering the valves to open or not, I’m not sure that the heat pump is involved in that decision.

That’s one way to do it. Direct communication between valve and thermostat. I also use the Z-Water and thermostats but to know when the heat pump is cooling, I chose to go via Homey. Anyway, if you ever need more information, just let me know!

Hi,

I have just installed 7 pices of Z-TRM3 thermostats from HeatIt a couple of weeks ago, using the HeatIt app in Homey. There was some small issues, but it was not that hard to get them all up and running. Just had to reinstall a couple of them before they were working as they should. They worked fine for some time, but about a week ago, at the same time as Homey released the new software version 7.1.1, some of the thermostats stopped reporting values to Homey. It might just be a coincidence.

I have tested changing group 1 from 1.1 to 1 and back to 1.1 as mentioned in another post in the forum, but this did not help. I can also see that I am no longer able to go in to advanced settings to do changes on the termostats as they repond with a fault message that it is not possible. I then desided to try to remove one of the thermostats and connect it again, but there is no way that I can get the thermostat to communicate with Homey. I have done this with all the thermostats a couple of weeks back and did not have this type of problem. I have also restarted Homey several times and I have power off the termostats and back on again.

At the moment it looks like 3 thermostats work fine, 3 are not reporting values and 1 that I have tried to reinstall are not possible to connect any more. Also note that there are the thermostats closest to Homey that has the problem and the one I am tying to reinstall are only located 2 meters from Homey.

I find it a bit suspicious that this happened at the same time as software version 7.1.1 of Homey was released, as this also statets the following in its release note: " [Z-Wave] Update send command options for improved stability".

Have anyone else experienced something like this? Any suggestions to what can be done?

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Hi,

I have problems with losing connectivity to my Z-TRM3. It is located in the same room as Homey.

Nodes in the route (2 and 128) does not exist in my network.

Any ideas?

Hello, I have the exact same problem. Also have 7 of them. Occasionally one or more of my z-trm3 thermostats stops responding.
Have you tried switching the circuit breaker off and on? That always helps for me, it instantaneously comes back online again. Also resetting them and including them again fixes it also.

I actually had one go offline, then fixed it with the circuit breaker. Went on a 12 days vacation, and when I was away i checked every day. No problems untill i came back home again. Day two of getting home one went offline again. Almost seemed like when the zwave network starts getting traffic the thermostats get in trouble.

I had only 3 thermostats before, included unsecure and never had any problems. Then now in July i bought 4 more and excluded my old thermostats, included them back with S2 secure and also the new ones. So don’t know if it was after 7.1.1, seems to me it started happen after i included it with S2 secure.

I’ve contacted heatit about it, but haven’t gotten any answers yet…

I’ve also seen the problem been mentioned on other forums, like here:
https://forum.z-wave.me/viewtopic.php?t=34277

Do @HeatitControlsAB have any ideas of what is going on here?

I can now see that all of my 7 HeatIt Z-TRM3 has stopped communicating. I used Homey Insight to se the log for temperature values. All of the 7 has stopped reporting values trough the last week. Not at the same time, but it looks like one and one is dropping out and there is not possible to get them back online again. I have switched the circut breakers off and on, restartet Homey and tried to reinstall Z-TRM3. Nothing is working anymore. I have other components communicating on Z-Wave (relays and socket outleets) and this are still responding as normal.

I find it a bit strange that all 7 starts to have issues allmost at the same time.

I am trying to add a Heatit z-push button 8 to my homey pro, but I always get the error message «no compatible homey app found for this unit. A basic z-wave unit has been added to the system», even though the heatit zwave app is installed on homey.

Du anyone have a suggestion what I can try here?

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Same here, worked fine for months unsecure, but problematic now on 7.1.1 with S2 secure.

We are currently looking into the issue that has come up with the new version of Homey and we will let you know once we’ve been able to resolve this issue.

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I have now been able to get all of my 7 thermostats online again. The solution was to do a full fabric reset of the physical thermostats. Then to do a new installation in Homey. They have been working stable after this. To me it looks like this Homey update 7.1.1 made something hang in the thermostat itself.

I also did a factory reset earlier, still lost contact. I did another factory reset today, this time I entered the code 00000 instead of the one on the sticker so it is now included as unsecure.

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