As you can hopefully see from the screenshot above it keeps heating and then resetting to idle, then heating, then idle etc etc. I cannot get it to stay on ‘heating’ constantly. I’m running an air source heat pump and as a result of this behaviour I am getting no heating but consuming a lot of electricity. Is this something that it caused by Home Assistant, the thermostat or the heat pump?
We’ve currently lit a fire in the living room to keep warm but I need to try and get a solution to this issue pretty quickly. I’m just not sure if the issue is being caused by HA, Hive controller or the heat pump itself (I’m thinking it is probably the latter)
Seem to have fixed it, I’ve been through all sorts of hoops and it turns out it was just losing the Zigbee signal, regaining it, losing it, regaining it. Each time it was turning the heating on and off. I’ve started it from scratch and it is paired via a bulb and it all seems to be working fine now. When I first paired the thermostat to ZHA that bulb wasn’t present. Relieved to finally have heating!
Hey - Hoping you might be able to help with an issue I’m having with the SLT3B thermostat.
I decided to move all my Hive stuff to Zigbee local control (using Conbee II Stick) after Hive had an outage recently. I’ve moved all of the TRV’s no problem, full control and response in both directions, all good.
However, I’m having issues with the Thermostat (SLT3B) and receiver (SLT3B) which display incorrect values for the entities like Current temp, target temp etc in HA. There’s no 2 way control i.e. changes made in HA don’t reflect on the thermostat and vica verca.
Not sure on how I can progress form here? If I can’t at least set the target temp of the thermostat via HA then I think I’ll have to move the whole lot back to the Hive Hub