PID thermostat settings


Create a new thermostat

● In the Dashboard window, and at the bottom right you need to select Automations● To create a new automation, click on the "+" icon● In the list that appears, select Thermostat


Note: In order to be able to set the thermostat, at least 1 temperature sensor must be configured in the system.


Select the type of thermostat

● Select the type of thermostat Smart (PID)



Select the desired temperature and temperature sensor

● Specify the desired room temperature. This temperature will be maintained immediately after saving the thermostat settings, then it can be easily changed● Select the temperature sensor from which the thermostat will receive room temperature data



Selection of actuators and the name of the thermostat

● Select the actuator that will be controlled by the thermostat to maintain the desired temperature● Enter the name of the thermostat and the room in which it will be used



Choosing a room

● Select the room where the thermostat will be used


Important! Normally closed or normally open thermal heads can be used in heating systems. If you use normally open thermal heads, in the advanced settings of the output to which they are connected, you need to select "Invert"


Advanced thermostat settings

● Select the gear icon (advanced settings)● If necessary, change the default value:- Hysteresis - the maximum deviation from the set temperature;- Startup value is the default value that will be set after reboot;- Update period - the interval at which the thermostats will update the room temperature data;● Specify PID coefficients - coefficients should be selected by specialists individually for each heating system and each room● Save the settings by clicking on the "Save" icon and return to the settings window of the selected input port


Note: You can go to Advanced Thermostat Settings after completing the general setting process. To do this, long press on the thermostat card to get to the detailed information menu. Then click "three dots" (Configuration) in the upper right corner. Select the gear icon (advanced settings).

Important! If for various reasons (line failure, sensor failure, etc.) the controller cannot receive data from the sensor, the thermostat will be inactive. This will disable the control of the corresponding peripheral device.

The result of the described steps:

An intelligent algorithm will be created in the system to maintain the set temperature in the room. The thermostat can be seen in the Dashboard, in the selected Room and in Automations, in the Thermostat tab. You can control the thermostat from the dashboard, the following options are available: set the temperature, turn it off. You can also set the schedule of the thermostat.

Note: In order to maintain the ability to control the thermostat in different ways, the set operating mode is maintained until the next change. For example, if according to the schedule the thermostat at 11:00 sets the temperature at 18 °C, at 12:00 - 22 °C, and at 11:20 to turn off the thermostat from the mobile application - it will be turned off until 12 o'clock.

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