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« Reply #45 on: January 19, 2012, 11:23:44 PM »

, you cannot integrate them properly with a Japanese unit, because they are looking for an on/off signal as opposed to a resistance based thermistor measurement, so you can't weather compensate

Is it not possible  to fit a bespoke retrofit  weather  compensator controller    with the buffer  in a parallel  circuit  like the way Viessmann  do with  thier Mono-energetic system?
With  the heat  pump interlocked   from   the twin stats  on the   buffer  which track  the compensated set point.
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