It could work out time to temp for each radiator and advise you if there are any getting hotter slower/quicker.
the Tado internet bridge has three very bright LED lights.
I would like to have the possibility to disable those LED lights please.
A configuration as described below could be useful for all users:
by default, after booting, the LED's are also on but in the app and/or the web portal you can choose to disable them.
Note: I can not hide the bridge in a closet/drawer because it already looses connection to some devices sometimes due to the walls/bricks/distance
The problem i encounter is easy to explain. If for example my TADO is programmed to turn my boiler on (be it automatically or manually), and for whatever reason the boiler is either Off or the mains is down, TADO doesn’t inform that the boiler isn’t on.
In this second report I have sent, the boiler was resetting itself due to a failure, and the only way I found out that something was wrong was because after more than an hour i still wasn’t getting heat from the radiators. The display in the TADO app was registering the normal heating process. Check the graph on the server for 10/02/2021 and you can see that the process started at 16:22, and I discovered the problem at 17:31, but during this lapse of time the app shows the three waves symbols indicating that the burner is working.
The first report I sent was due to an unknown mains failure in the boiler room with the same result from my TADO. En my old wired thermostat indicated when the boiler wasn’t turning on.
I love the new "All off" or "boost heating" buttons.
It would be great to be able to add a time to these features. For example:
- All off until 20h00
- All off for 3 hours
- All off until 10.04.2021 @ 8h00