I need the complete fingerprints, with the clusters, IDE information or with Zigbee Thing Mc.
The smarttthing button, if I add it, it will be removing the button capabilities and leaving only temperature and battery. It would not make sense to use something that you hold in your hand as a thermostat.
Thanks much! I had a bit of confusion as there’s a Zigbee sensor with Thermostat, and a Zigbee sensor with Child thermostat. The child driver shows up first in the list…once I installed the correct driver, then it showed up.
So I’m using the Zigbee sensor with Thermostat Mc. Looks good, I like it!
However there’s a few quirks… When I switch the driver, everything shows up correctly in Fahrenheit. However the settings say Celsius. If I leave it, then the heating temp will eventually convert the number to C, from say 77 F to 156F, but leaves the F. If I change it to Celsius, it changes the number, but not the F.
The default units are ºC.
When you switch to ºF you may have to clear the app cache the first time.
You will also have to change in preferences the default values in ºC for all the thermostat modes to its equivalent in ºF with the value that you need in each mode.
The Pending Heat or Pending Cool state indicates that the target value for stopping heating or cooling has been reached. Turn Off switch heater or cooler The Heating or Cooling State indicate need turn On Heater or Cooler
State changes may occur a few tenths of a degree before the set point, so as not to exceed it with the thermal inertia of your installation. to adjust this point you have to adjust the Differential Temp for Start and Stop in preferences. Default is 0.5.
Idle State indicate the thermostat is Off Mode and not perform control the temperature to reach the set point.
Thanks Mariano, that seems to be working for me. I was able to replace one thermostat successfully, and set up the other two, and I’ll watch them for a bit before completing the replacement (tying them to the relays).
I appreciate the work you’ve put into it! With the random replacements of drivers, I was getting really nervous that one of these cold days the thermostats would just stop working…and my wife gets cranky really fast if her pellet heater isn’t running!!
Hi, Very stupid question…
How do you install these drivers? I have only managed to install RDG…-named drivers for my zigbee temp/humi sensor because there was direct link that installed those drivers on my hub. I have only used mobile app for smartthings and IDE.
These two temperatures should be the same, with the difference that the temperature reported in the details view is rounded to 1 decimal of the temperature from the info panel, which is the one sent by the sensor with 2 decimal places.
They can only get out of sync for a while when you enter a temperature offset in preferences:
The thermostat applies the correction in the next calculation cycle, maximum 20 sec.
The App will apply the correction entered in preferences when the device sends the following temperature data. Nothing can be done here.
The time it takes for the device to send a new temperature will be the time that there is a difference in information.
As the aqara sensors do not strictly follow with the 3.0 protocol in terms of report configuration, this time can be longer than in other devices, such as the sonoff, which sends a new report in 5 minutes.
You can try do a refresh command in App to see if device wake up and send new data
The thermostat, which is the important thing, applies the corrected required temperature in a maximum of 20 sec.
Are there any logs? When I first add aqara sensor I get temperature and humidity. That’s OK. Then sometimes I get one or two updates, and after that it’s over. Now I would like to see what is happening
With the temperature sensor settings you can try to reset the temperature reports to changes of 0.1ºC and a maximum interval of 300 sec.
Not all devices allow setting changes after pairing, especially since they may be asleep when you try.
In any case, when you change the driver, the default configuration will be sent back to the device.