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everHome offers many ways to turn your home into a SmartHome. The heating control makes it possible to control and automate classic radiators, underfloor heating and infrared heaters via everHome.
First, every room of your home is set up in everHome. A room is given a name. For a room an individual target temperature planning can be made. Each room receives a temperature sensor for the actual temperature. Each room receives at least one actuator to control the heating in the room.
The actuator used can also be the sensor for the actual temperature of the room, but it does not have to be.
The target temperature of a room can be planned per weekday and hour. This target temperature can be overwritten temporarily or indefinitely via the everHome app and the everHome portal. The Target temperature can also be overridden for 2 hours by turning the HomeMatic wireless radiator thermostat or HomeMatic wireless wall thermostat. The target temperature may be subject to the presence of the residents of the home (home mode). A mobile device or an Economy button can be used to control the home mode.

Similar to the HomeMatic radio-controlled radiator thermostat and the HomeMatic wireless wall-mounted thermostat, is the MAX! Radio radiator thermostat and the MAX! Radio wall thermostat. For these wireless sensors / actuators, the devices are also set up as described.



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Step-by-step instructions
 

 

1. Registration with email address and password

Log in to a browser with your email address and password on the everHome portal. In the everHome portal, all your rooms, devices, groups, scenes, schedules can be easily and conveniently managed.



2. Click on the selection 'Rooms'

If the room whose heating is to be controlled by everHome is not available in the everHome portal, create it under 'Rooms +'. Wireless thermometers, wireless switchgear and wireless radiator thermostats are assigned to this room below to adjust the actual room temperature to the target temperature of the room temperature planning.






Temperature planning takes place in everHome for the room.

3. Target temperature planning for the room

 Click on the settings of the room. Since no sensor for measuring the actual temperature has yet been assigned to the room, no current room temperature is displayed in the 'Current temperature' field. Specify whether the heating in this room should be switched off when the window is open. For this, the window must have a radio window / door contact. In this case, the heating is automatically switched off when the window is opened and the heating is switched on again when the window is closed.


Regardless of the TARGET temperature planning per weekday and time, a temporary TARGET temperature in the everHome portal and the everHome App can be specified for a certain time or even indefinitely, which then overrides the TARGET temperature planning of the room. The TARGET temperature can also be overridden for 2 hours by turning the HomeMatic wireless radiator thermostat or HomeMatic wireless wall thermostat.



 

 

4. Temperature planning for the TARGET temperature (regardless of the presence mode of the home)

Create the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature of the room (regardless of the presence mode of the home) per weekday for each 15 minute time interval. For all days of the week and all time intervals a preset room temperature of 23 ° Celsius is preset. To schedule a different TARGET temperature for a time interval, click on the relevant time interval. You can change the displayed TARGET temperature (regardless of the mode of the house) by clicking on the buttons - and + (for all modes). By changing the TARGET temperature for the clicked time interval, all subsequent time intervals with the same previous set temperature are provided with the new set temperature. To save the changes made, press the button 'SAVE SCHEDULE'. The planned TARGET temperature for all presence modes of the home is represented by the black temperature line.

If the TARGET temperature of a room depends on the presence of the residents of the home, you must first set up the function Presence of persons. This will calculate the current occupancy mode of the home based on the presence status of all mobile devices. For each mode, separate TARGET temperature schedules can be stored.

The presence status of a mobile device can also be set manually in the everHome App and in the everHome Portal.

The temperature planning for a room can only be carried out when an actor of type 'Heating' has been assigned to the room. Otherwise, the time planning for the setpoint temperature is not displayed in the room settings.

 

5. Temperature planning for the TARGET temperature for the mode PRESENT

Create the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature of the room for Presence mode PRESENT for each weekday for every 15 minute time interval. Proceed as described above, but use the TARGET temperature for the mode PRESENT. The planned TARGET temperature for presence mode PRESENT is represented by the green temperature line.

 

6. Temperature planning for the TARGET temperature for the mode ABSENT

Create the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature of the room for the presence mode ABSENT per weekday for every 15 minute time interval. Proceed as described above, but use the TARGET temperature for the mode ABSENT. The planned TARGET temperature for presence mode ABSENT is represented by the red temperature line.

7. Temperature planning for the TARGET temperature for the mode HOLIDAY

Create the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature of the room for the presence mode HOLIDAY per weekday for every 15 minutes time interval. Proceed as described above, but use the TARGET temperature for the mode HOLIDAY. The planned TARGET temperature for the presence mode HOLIDAY is represented by the blue temperature line.

If, for a time interval, only one TARGET temperature planning is specified independently of the presence mode of the home, only one black TARGET temperature line appears for this time interval. This applies to all presence modes of the home.

 



 

In this example, the TARGET temperature is planned for

Time intervalPresence mode
PRESENT
Presence mode
ABSENT
Presence mode
HOLIDAY
Monday
0:00 to 5:59
16°C23°C23°C
Monday
6:00 to 23:59
23°C18°C14°C
Tuesday to Sunday
0:00 to 5:59
14°C18°C15°C
Tuesday to Sunday
6:00 to 23:59
23°C18°C15°C


8. Setting up the HomeMatic HM-TC-IT-WM-W-EU wireless wall-mounted thermostat

Add the HomeMatic HM-TC-IT-WM-W-EU Wireless Wall Thermostat as a device as described in Setting Up an 868 MHZ HomeMatic Sensor and Actuator. Assign the appropriate room to the HomeMatic sensor to assign the measured ACTUAL temperature to this room as the ACTUAL temperature.

If the HomeMatic HM-TC-IT-WM-W-EU wireless wall thermostat is to pass on the measured temperature to a HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN wireless radiator thermostat in the same room, the HomeMatic wireless wall thermostat is before being taught to the CloudBox first connect to the HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN wireless radiator thermostat (refer to the manufacturer's operating instructions).

If a changed target temperature for the room is set by turning the dial on the HomeMatic HM-TC-IT-WM-W-EU wireless wall thermostat, the temperature planning stored in the everHome portal will be overwritten with this set temperature for a period of 2 hours.





The HomeMatic HM-TC-IT-WM-W-EU Wireless Wall Thermostat sends the actual temperature and humidity of the room to everHome. The readings are stored in everHome and can be viewed in the everHome portal and the everHome app.







9. Set up the HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN wireless radiator thermostat

Add the HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN Wireless Radiator Thermostat as a device as described in Setting Up an 868 MHZ HomeMatic Sensor and Actuator. Assign the appropriate room to the HomeMatic sensor to assign the measured ACTUAL temperature to this room as the ACTUAL temperature.
To set up the radiator control, no further addition of an actuator is required, as the HomeMatic radio radiator thermostat is both sensor (measuring the actual temperature) and actuator (changing the valve position).

If a HomeMatic HM-TC-IT-WM-W-EU wireless wall thermostat is to pass the measured temperature to the HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN wireless radiator thermostat in the same room, the HomeMatic wireless wall thermostat is ready to be taught to the CloudBox first connect to the HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN wireless radiator thermostat (refer to the manufacturer's operating instructions). In this case, the HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN wireless radiator thermostat is not taught to the CloudBox and is not available as a device in the everHome portal.






The HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN wireless radiator thermostat sends the ACTUAL temperature of the room to everHome. The readings are stored in everHome and can be viewed in the everHome portal and the everHome app. The TARGET temperature of the room is transmitted to the radio-controlled radiator thermostat.

If a changed set temperature for the room is set by turning the dial on the HomeMatic HM-CC-RT-DN radio-controlled radiator thermostat, the temperature planning stored in the everHome portal will be overwritten with this set temperature for a period of 2 hours.







10. Installation of the Intertechno wireless switching device for controlling a floor heating circuit controller

Add the Intertechno wireless switching device as a device as described in Setting up a 433 MHZ actuator. Assign the appropriate room to the Intertechno wireless switching actuator in order to switch it according to the present TARGET temperature planning and the measured ACTUAL temperature. Select 'Heating' as picture.

 

Select 'Heating' as the type, so that the device is controlled by the temperature planning of the assigned room. Only if an actuator of the type 'Heating' is assigned to the room the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature can be made in the room settings.



 








All Intertechno built-in switches and intermediate plugs ON / OFF are suitable for controlling the on-site 230 V regulator of your underfloor heating circuit.





11. Establishment of the Intertechno wireless switching device for controlling an infrared heater

Add the Intertechno wireless switching device as a device as described in Setting up a 433 MHZ actuator. Assign the appropriate room to the Intertechno wireless switching actuator in order to switch it according to the present TARGET temperature planning and the measured ACTUAL temperature. Select 'Heating' as picture and 'Heating' as type.

 

Select 'Heating' as the type, so that the device is controlled by the temperature planning of the assigned room. Only if an actuator of the type 'Heating' is assigned to the room the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature can be made in the room settings.








All Intertechno built-in switches and intermediate plugs ON / OFF are suitable for controlling the on-site infrared heating. Note the maximum switching capacity of the actuator.





12. Override the target temperature in the everHome portal  

If you want to overwrite the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature of a room for a certain period of time or even unlimited, this is possible in the everHome portal.




13. Override the target temperature in the everHome app

If the temperature planning for the TARGET temperature of a room is to be overwritten for a certain period of time or even unlimited, this is also possible in the everHome app for Android and iOS.






14.  The economy switch

Turn off your heating when you leave the house at a low temperature - all at the touch of a button. To do this, use a radio switch and store the following two reactions: If the ON button of the radio switch is pressed, the home mode is set to PRESENT. When the OFF button is pressed, the home mode is set to ABSENT. Thus, the stored TARGET temperatures (for PRESENT and ABSENT) are set automatically for all rooms by pressing the economy switch.