General Information
Sunrise07:38
Sunset18:06
Temp. Outside9,2 °C
Temp. Inside22,7 °C

Usages for today
Gas1,30 m3
Power9,2 kWh
Water1036 L

HA Statistics
Devices 292
Device values 1723

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Since October 2010 I am monitoring my Remeha Calenta. With the use of a special cable  and by "reverse-engineering " the protocol with which the Recom software  communicates with my boiler, I was able to get loads of information out of the Calenta. This has some great advantages, like not having to mount temperature sensors to the pipes (which is always inaccurate), being able to easily monitor the amount of usage for DHW (Domestic Hot Water), keeping an eye on the water pressure and being notified of low pressure before the boiler stops working, or a change in the number of failed burner starts or flame losses. And the greatest part is, my Domotica system takes care of all this! Whenever the burner failes to start, I'll have an SMS or email instantly.
Below you can view a subset (the total number of device values is > 100..) of all the information that is provided: Current status, Counter values and I created charts of some interesting device values like Temperatures, DHW flow and more.

     

Status
Status Standby (0)
Sub-status Standby
Locking No locking
Blocking No blocking
Heat demand No
DHW demand No
Flow Temperature 54.00  °C
Return Temperature 53.80  °C
Gas valve closed
Pump off
DHW flow 0.0  l/min
Actual power 0 %
Fan speed 0  rpm
Water pressure 1.8 bar

Remeha Calenta

Remeha Calenta

The information to the left is coming from my Remeha Calenta. Read more on how i managed to get the information from the boiler on my Weblog.