pete_c said:Thank you Trey.
Will a remote Omnistat 2 remote humidity sensor ever be available or is there one in the works?
pete_c said:OK so can I configure the OPII panel's multiple Humidity sensors plus Omnistats' built-in humidity sensors to use an average humidity level setting thing via the OPII?
I have a "box o" HAI OPII stuff that I have not installed; procrastinating some I guess.
I also have an extensive 1-wire network with temperature/humidity sensors literally all over the home (in every room and hallway and attic and outside these days).
Can you please post you programming blocks on the OPII panel to do this?
Zigbee or wires? They both "stopped" the same day? I have several and they seem to work quite well.rockflite said:I have two Omnistat2 RC 1000 thermostats that worked well for almost two years. Suddenly they both stopped communicating with my HAI panel. Any advice on repair costs or should I just purchase new thermostats? Are they known to fail? I really like the automation but feel like every dollar I've saved just went up in smoke if I have to purchase two more.
PS. Sorry if I've not followed proper etiquette, I'm new to support blogs.