In the previous Homematic Shutter Actuator review we have already described in detail how to program a Shutter Actuator. However, despite monitoring the window and door contacts a serious problem could occur: You lock yourself out of your own house! If, for example, you lower the shutters at a certain time in the evening and are in the garden having a barbecue, you will be locked out of the house. Good for those who control their smart home via their … Continue reading
In the following instructions we will show especially newcomers how to create programs for the eQ-3 Window Rotary Handle Sensor so that the shutters only lower when the balcony door is really locked and you are not in the garden. We also show an example in the programming instructions of how to lock the Homematic Shutter Actuator as soon as a window or door is opened or tilted.
In this small Homematic Window Rotary Handle Sensor Teaching Tutorial for newcomers we show today on Funkyhome.de how to teach a rotary handle contact from eQ-3 to the Homematic CCU2 control unit, how to set up the Wireless Window Rotary Handle Sensor and how to solve possible Homematic rotary handle contact problems.
After the previous Homematic E-Paper Display Review, we are now looking at the Homematic wireless OLED status display as kit on Funkyhome.de! The OLED wireless display can be mounted like the E-Ink wireless display surface-mounted, in-wall or in a separately available table display. The display differs fundamentally from the previously tested smarthome status display from Homematic, because it offers a full color graphic display that shows previously programmed data at the touch of a button. And in order to avoid … Continue reading
In the new programming guide we show today at Funkyhome.de especially beginners how to create programs for the Homematic color display to show for example the status of windows and shutters. In doing so, we will use the program to let the push-buttons query the values with a short press and with a long press we will let all shutters in the house move up or down or move the shutters to a certain position as sun protection.
We haven’t had such a warm spring like this for a long time! And so some of us in the top floor are probably plagued by too high temperatures. Anyone who has put his bedroom, children’s room or office up there will certainly be happy about any drop in temperature. Of course, if the temperature in the top floor is too high or too low, the roof insulation also plays a role, but not only that. If you look at … Continue reading
Today we are testing at Funkyhome.de the Homematic Wireless E-Paper status display as a kit for installation in or on a conventional flush-mounted box or as standalone desktop display. Anyone who has already equipped their home with some automation components such as the Homematic shutter actuators, window contacts or radiator thermostats will certainly want to display a status on a display. Homematic offers various displays that have different advantages and disadvantages. We hope you enjoy reading the new E-Paper Display … Continue reading