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I too have their window sensors on all my south facing windows.... These are the windows i use most as they ere the only ones i can leave open 24/7 without the risk of people crawling in.... i do live on first floor and at the noth facing windows we have the outside staircase etc so here people can peep in etc...

Den 10/02/2014 kl. 11.42 skrev Damon Hart-Davis:

> Hi,
> I suspect that the cost of assembling them would defeat any savings, but thanks for the reminder.
> Possibly I should just get one to play with in any case.
> Rgds
> Damon
> On 10 Feb 2014, at 09:44, Thomas Hood <EMAIL ADDRESS HIDDEN> wrote:
>>> From ELV I recently ordered and received (within two days) a "FHT 80b
>> + Ventilantrieb + FHT 80 TF-2, ARR-Bausätze" which is a kit consisting
>> of semi-assembled FS20 wireless thermostat, valve head and window
>> sensor "almost ready to run". Cost 55 EURO. I have started assembling it,
>> taking pictures as I go. Has anyone else already purchased one of
>> these ELV ARR sets? The instructions are well written, assembly is
>> easy and the kits are cheaper than the assembled sets: the assembled
>> FHT8V-3 [1] and the seemingly equivalent Conrad FS20 part [2] cost
>> 40 EURO. The some-assemblly-required ELV ARR kit is only 25 EURO.
>> [1]http://www.elv.de/elv-fht8v-funk-stellantrieb-mit-adapterset.html
>> [2]http://www.conrad.de/ce/de/product/570056/FS20-Funk-Stellantrieb
>> [3]http://www.elv.de/ventilantrieb-fht8v-2-arr-bausatz-inkl-batterien.html
>> If OpenTRV is going to be making use of ELV RVs for a while then this
>> is a way to lower costs slightly.
>> -- 
>> Thomas
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