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  • The hub and the Connected Controller do not work together. The Solar Mode can also be used on a bus wiring installation if measurement clamps are used for the general electricity measurements.

  • In the medium term, an extra module will become available that you can connect to the Connected Controller's USB port containing a Zigbee radio and P1 port, so that wireless products for traditional wiring can also be connected to the Connected Controller.

  • No, the measurement clamps unfortunately cannot be used to carry out three-phase measurements on a 3x230V grid.

  • The Solar Mode can be used on a Niko Home Control installation with bus wiring if measurement clamps are used for the general electricity measurements.

  • This is not possible at present. In the medium term, an extra module will become available that you can connect to the Connected Controller's USB port containing a Zigbee radio and P1 port, so that wireless products for traditional wiring can also be connected to the Connected Controller.

  • This is not possible at present. In the medium term, an extra module will become available that you can connect to the Connected Controller's USB port containing a Zigbee radio and P1 port, so that wireless products for traditional wiring can also be connected to the Connected Controller.

  • Besides the smart plugs from Niko, only smart plugs that support Zigbee, are switchable and measure energy consumption can be integrated into Niko Home Control.

  • Of course, we have a configuration tool that also works on PCs

  • At present, the switches work based on Easywave and the socket outlets and plugs based on Zigbee. The entire portfolio will soon work based on Zigbee.

  • A 2-metre cable is supplied.

  • Multiple accounts can be connected to the Niko Home app. This makes it possible to operate multiple Smart Hubs or Connected Controllers from the same app.

  • You can indeed control the connected plug and socket outlets based on time schedules too. Control based on injection is also possible with a Solaredge transformer as long as it is connected to the digital meter.

  • Yes, this is possible using a 230V auxiliary relay that is switched on or off via the intelligent plug or via the intelligent socket outlet.

  • The Hub connects to the transformer over the local network (Modbus TCP), so this could be over WiFi or an Ethernet cable.

  • Communication with the transformer is not necessary; the Solar Mode works based on the connection to the digital meter.

  • The Starter Kit is already available.

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  • No, the capacity tariff is only based on consumption and not injection.

  • No, the Solar Mode comes with Niko Home Control as standard, so there is no need to pay for anything else.

  • Charging stations can be controlled by connecting the plugs to the charging station with special input contacts or by connecting them to an auxiliary relay that switches power to the charging station on or off. Dynamic power regulation for the charging station is not yet possible for the time being.

  • Battery storage is not supported at present, although it is planned for.

  • Dynamic power regulation is not possible at present. However, Niko Home Control can be combined with the SGReady port, for example.

  • No – once started, the device will remain active during the period configured. You determine how long the device should be active for when there is injection yourself.

  • You can: Heat up the boiler when solar energy is available. Or set your underfloor heating a few degrees higher during the day, so you need less energy to provide heating in the evening.

  • Of course, the Solar Mode function checks whether there is any injection every 2 seconds and will activate appliances if that injection is continuous.

  • You can control smart devices from other brands via IFTTT or via our partner connections (HVAC applications).

  • We are working on integration with the SMA Sunny storage solution, through which the battery status will indeed be visible too. It is not yet entirely clear when we will be able to bring this to market.

  • This can be done by programming the smart socket outlets to interrupt the program after startup. Once there is power to the socket outlet again (e.g. via Solar Mode), the dishwasher will continue with its program. Another possibility is to control the smart white goods appliances via IFTTT.

  • Thanks to Niko Home Control's Solar Mode, you are perfectly able to ensure that 1 or more devices are switched on when there is overproduction from the solar panels. However, not all devices are suited to this.

  • Absolutely – an API link to Daikin is available.

  • You do not need to have any existing system and it is perfectly possible to integrate this solution into a classical installation with the Smart Hub. The solution itself is part of Niko Home Control, so once you have installed the Smart Hub, there are various ways to add functionality:

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  • This is possible if you have a digital gas meter.

  • This is an RJ12 plug, but we do not recommend extending this The voltage may drop if the cable is too long, so your measurements will not come through properly.

  • There is no provision for switching off devices yet.

  • In order connect a Vaillant device to Niko Home Control II, certain conditions need to be met: 1. You have a Vaillant boiler having an eBUS connection. 2. Your system has a vSMART or eRELAX thermostat. 3. Your system has an active Internet connection. 4. Your system is equipped with a Vaillant communication unit and you have its serial number to hand.