I thought I’d reveal my latest Z-wave Home Automation project, to be able to control the immersion hot water heating unit with Z-wave / Vera. The reason for needing to do that is basically because our gas central heat is very old and presently we cannot have water only turned on with the gas. So in the summer a few months we rely on the electric immersion heater, that I often start and then forget about and I have been known to leave it switched on for days, which isn’t good! Ideally I need to invest in getting the boiler and plumbing related sorted out, but in the mean time this project is going to help really.

Here you can view my new Immersion Heater device in Vera UI5. My preliminary plan was just to cable in the Fibaro 3KW relay put in component in behind the immersion heating unit switch in the kitchen. However, my concern was that the immersion heater uses around 3KW and that the Fibaro relay module would be operating at its top limits, so a safer and smarter solution was needed. Then I considered also using yet another more durable relay and also to have that one deal with the heavy fill and just have the Fibaro relay activates and off the excess rely.

With his advice and installation instructions I was able to purchase the right relay and set up everything and get it all up and running. I’d also prefer to thank user “RexBeckett” on the Micasaverde Vera consumer forums, who is one of the popular experts on the website, for his advice and input on the task also!

Use a junction container or durable 20A connectors for the ‘lives’ as only 1 1 is coming out of the switch nevertheless, you need to connect to 3 places. 1 from switch nevertheless, you need for connecting to 3 places as well. You can buy Z-wave Euro devices from us directly, contact us to discuss your personal requirements, and we will offer bespoke discounted pricing then. 1 x Solid State Relay that I purchased off eBay. You can purchase these without the heat sink, I bought one that was included with the heat kitchen sink.

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