node-red-contrib-cul-max

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CUL-MAX node for node-red

Requires:

Adds the following nodes:

  • CUL-MAX-controller node which keeps track of all seen CUL-MAX devices.
  • CUL-MAX-Thermostat node which can be used to control a wall thermostat.
  • CUL-MAX-Radiator-Thermostat node which can be used to control a radiator thermostat valve
  • CUL-MAX-SchutterContact node which will show the state of the ShutterContact.

Controller

Configuation

You will need to give your controller an address. It needs to be unique within your network and cannot be "000000" as that is used as a broadcast address.

With the "Activate/Deactivate" button you can turn on or off the pair mode. When active the controller node will respond to pairping request for devices which have been factory reset, batteries been removed or you are manually resetting it. It will only reply to a pairping with a pairpong when the device tries to do a pairpong to address "000000" or the address you gave your controller.

Resetting a !Max device can be done in the following ways:

  • Factory reset. Remove the batteries for at least 60 seconds. Press all three button ons radiator-thermostat and the moon-button+ok-button+minus-button on a wall thermostat at the same time. Keep pressed when you insert the batteries and keep pressed until you se the "rES" text.
  • Manually. When device is on press the "Boost" button until you see the number 30 appear and counting down. Then you can release the button. Once paired it will stop counting and show "AC".

Connections

Normally you need to connect the output of a "cul-out" node to the input of the "cul-max-controller". In this way it will receive eveything seen by the cul device.

Input topics

You can also send a message to the input with topic "list". On the output you will then receive a list with all the nodes seen by the controller and all the information known about each device.

more to follow

Example: cul-max-controller exmaple image

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Thermostat and Radiator Thermostat

Let the controller collect data for at least a day so it has seen most of your devices. You can speed this up by changing the desiredTemperature or mode on your physical devices so they send this change to the cul

Configuation

You will need to give your controller a name. This will be used in some lists and in the admin.

Select the right address in the list. Turn on debugging on your controller and change the desired temperature or mode and watch the output of the controller. The src address with the right changed value will be your node address.

Only for radiator nodes: Set the minimal valve open percentage when you would like your heater to turn on.

If you want to use this thermostat to control your heater enable the "Use for heating" checkbox. In the global setting named "needHeating" for each node a record is made with the following two properties:

  • tempNeedHeat: is set to true when measured temperature is below desired temperture.
  • valveNeedHeat: is set to true when the valve position is above the specified minimal valve value for the node.

Input topics

You can also send the following messages based in topic to the node to control it:

  • SetDisplayActualTemperature:
    • When payload is boolean true the display will show the actual measured temperature
    • When payload is boolean fals the display will show the desired temperature.
  • SetTimeInformation: With this topic you can send date and time information to the node so it will adjust it's internal clock automatically.
    • When you do not add a payload to the msg it will use the localtime of the machine where your node-red is running on.
    • Or you can specify your own time. The payload needs to be an object with the following properties
{
    "year": 2022,
    "month": 1,
    "day": 20,
    "hour": 10,
    "minute": 31,
    "seconds": 33
}
  • SetTemperature: With this you can set the desired temperature and/or the mode the thermostat is in
    • When you wish to change the desired temperature add the property "desiredTemperature" to the payload. As value specify the temperatur in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
    • When you wish to change the mode the device is running in add the property "mode" to the payload. The mode can have following four values:
      • 0: for Auto mode. The device will follow the set control points schedule.
      • 1: for Manual mode. The device will stay on the desired temperature.
      • 2: for Temporary mode. The device will stay on the desired temperature until the specified date/time. You will also need to add the property "until". This until property is an object with the following properties (minute property can only be 0 or 30):
      {
          "year": 2022,
          "month": 1,
          "day": 23,
          "hour": 10,
          "minute": 30
      }
      • 3: for Boost mode.
  • SetControlPoints: With this you can specify the control points schedule for one weekday. If you would like to set a schedule for a whole week you need to send one message per weekday. The payload needs to have the following properties:
    • weekday: The name of the weekday in english. Like "saturday" of the first three letters of the weekday like "sat".
    • controlPoints: An array of controllpoints objects. Each with the following properties:
      • temperature: desiredTemperature in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
      • hour: Hour at which desiredTemperature needs to be set.
      • minute: Minute at which desiredTemperature needs to be set.
    • The first control point will always have it's hour and minute set to 00:00 (midnight).
{
    "weekday": "saturday",
    "controlPoints": [
        {
            "temperature": 15,
            "hour": 0,
            "minute": 0
        },
        {
            "temperature": 21,
            "hour": 7,
            "minute": 0
        },
        {
            "temperature": 15,
            "hour": 9,
            "minute": 30
        },
        {
            "temperature": 21,
            "hour": 21,
            "minute": 10
        },
        {
            "temperature": 15,
            "hour": 22,
            "minute": 0
        }
    ]
}
  • AddLinkPartner: With this you can create a link between the device and another device. For example a window shutter and a thermostat. So when the window opens the thermostat will switch to windowOpenTemp. The payload needs to contain the addres as a hex string of the device you wish to link to this device.
  • ConfigTemperatures: With this command you can set the different temperature for the different modes. The payload needs to be an object with the following properties:
    • comfort: Containing the comfort temperature in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
    • eco: Containing the eco temperature in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
    • max: Containing the maximum temperature the device can be set to in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
    • min: Containing the minimum temperature the device can be set to in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
    • offset: The offset to be added to the measured temperature by the device in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
    • windowOpenTemp: Containing the windowOpenTemp temperature the device needs to use when it receives a window open from a shutterContact in °C. Resolutions of the devices is 0.5 °C.
    • windowOpenTime: The time to use the windowOpenTemp for. This value is in minutes with a resolution of 5 minutes. Max is 60 minutes.
{
    "comfort": 20,
    "eco": 11.5,
    "max": 30,
    "min": 8,
    "offset": 0,
    "windowOpenTemp": 15,
    "windowOpenTime": 10
}
  • SetComfortTemperature: With this you set the device to the comfort temperature. No payload required.
  • SetEcoTemperature: With this you set the device to the eco temperature. No Payload required.

more to follow

Example: cul-max-thermostat example

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