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thegibs
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CCU2 + FHZ2000 + Homputer Studio

Beitrag von thegibs » 10.09.2018, 16:05

Hello,

So glad to find an English-speaking section :D May one of you lead me(*) to a beginners document/topic/howto for integration of FHZ2000 controlled devices (8xFHT80b/FHT8V + FHT8W for boiler switch control), into a newly bought CCU2 unit ?
I also have just bought a Homeputer HM/FHZ license.

(*) I can't read German, I know how to use GTranslate, however it's pretty hard to efficiently search for specific topics using a translator.

So far I managed to create all devices, I can read the actual temps using the visualizer window from my PC, and successfully commited everything to the CCU2. Now my main question to leverage my CCU2: how can I "see", and then control, my FHT devices from within the CCU2 ?

Many thanks

tomi_cc16
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Re: CCU2 + FHZ2000 + Homputer Studio

Beitrag von tomi_cc16 » 10.09.2018, 16:22

I have no experience with FHZ2000 and Homeputer but you can also try to contact the Homeputer Heavy Users:

- NickHM
- Familienvater
- klassisch

or the Developer: cl-control-RK

Also you can try to ask the question in the Homeputer Forum - because most of the users are not checking the english section:
viewforum.php?f=28

tomi_cc16
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Re: CCU2 + FHZ2000 + Homputer Studio

Beitrag von tomi_cc16 » 10.09.2018, 16:28

I can also recommend for beginners help this pages - if you like to read:

Homematic Basic info and differences Homematic vs Homematic IP:
viewtopic.php?f=49&t=41325

Beginners Guide:
viewtopic.php?f=19&t=22801

Good Website with Homematic ideas:
https://technikkram.net

Good Website with Homematic ideas:
https://homematic-guru.de

Verdrahtet Channel with many Homematic Videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5myDgVQ ... h-jaVvyKeq

Familienvater
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Re: CCU2 + FHZ2000 + Homputer Studio

Beitrag von Familienvater » 10.09.2018, 17:28

Hi,

it seems, that you want to use the old FHT devices from the WebUI? This is not possible with the FHZ2000. The FHZ2000 is only a gateway, that can be used "inside" the Homeputer-CL software.

I never tried FHZ2000 with FHT, but lessons I learned with my 2x FHZ2000 and FS20/HMS100/ESA-Energiemonitors:
I replaced all old stuff with HM-Devices, and do no longer use the FHZ2000, now life is easier :-)

If you really want to use the FHT-Devices in the WebUI, then you should have a look at cuxd, with a CUL-USB-Device as transmitter for the "ancient signals".

Greets,

der Familienvater

thegibs
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Re: CCU2 + FHZ2000 + Homputer Studio

Beitrag von thegibs » 10.09.2018, 17:43

Thank you all for your (so fast !) replies. Provided the links to grab some more precise information, and reading your last reply, it seems that indeed this will not work as I was expecting it to.

I was considering a CUL device with a small-factor PC, before choosing CCU2 for its "all-in-one" purpose, I feel a little bit stupid now :roll: And much more dumb to have bought a $$$ software solution that will not fully meet my expectations.

Also, I have not yet given a try to the embedded CL Web Server feature, maybe this will be enough for now. I'll consider buying a CUL device then, if you have a decent brand / part number to share ? (looking for something as easy as possible). The only English web site I found related to these devices was Busware.

Anyway, thank you all again for your time providing replies.
Best regards

Familienvater
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Re: CCU2 + FHZ2000 + Homputer Studio

Beitrag von Familienvater » 10.09.2018, 19:31

Hi,

I do not own a CUL-Device, so I can't give you any part-No, but as far as I know is Busware the manufacturer of the CUL-Sticks.

Der Familienvater

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