I have an AEON multi, used by the ST app “extreme temp monitor” to notify me on excessive temps in wine room.
But, I get bogus high temp notifications frequently - as often once a week or so. I know they are bogus since the temps reading claimed are sometimes >100degs. Sometimes the bogus high readings are believable (e.g. in the 70’s), but then the next temp reported will be back into the 50/60’s as expected. Frequency of these bogus alerts seems to have increased recently, so I no longer want to “ignore” them.
So I don’t really know where in the stack the error is introduced - a bad temp reading from the device or an error upstream in the “temp monitor” app (latter seems unlikely).
The AEON is USB-powered, so battery problems would not explain it.
Are messages from the sensor protected from transport errors? (Sorry, I’m not that familiar with ZWave protocols but have to believe there’s robust transport at the lower levels.)
Any suggestions on how to debug/fix?