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#61 d.dennerline

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Posted 30 September 2015 - 02:21 AM

I have asked Elk many times to release a combined/humidity sensor. As you can see, it's been many years, and there is still no plug-n-play option. I need a humidistat for bathroom fan control. Maybe a Elk 2-way wireless version might be possible.



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Posted 30 September 2015 - 02:08 PM

The CT100 Z-Wave Thermostat has a humidity sensor.  

I'm guessing the Elk just does not support that.   Would be really nice if Elk would support devices like the Everspring ST814 sensor as well.

 

Does anyone with a CT100 know if the Elk can read the humidity reading from the thermostat?

 

Update: The ELK will NOT read the humidity readings from the CT100 . As d.dennerline indicated the ELK as a system does not support humidity at all.


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Posted 01 October 2015 - 12:17 AM

I don't have a CT100. But based on a few facts:

  1. ElkRP doesn’t have official support for humidity
  2. None of the other hardwired thermostats’ humidity function is supported
  3. The M1XSLZW does not list any humidity support in documentation
  4. I thought about asking if Elk could support a combination Z-Wave sensor, but unfortunately that would also require asking Leviton to add support to RF Installer Toolkit [probably a non-starter].





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