Hello, I use the door/windows sensor for my aquara sensor
The pairing work great with my 3 sensor and the hub discover the sensor.
I few time later, i can watch the battery level but, for my 3 new sensor, the level is at 0%
I don’t understand, they are really new and the date on the sensor paquage is NOV 17
Maybe something to do?
PS: my 3 sensor work perfectly in Open/closed mode
Hello, I use the door/windows sensor for my aquara sensor
Interesting that it’s a zero instead of a blank - as in something is getting filled in. Might be worth turning on on live logging for a bit and filter for one of the devices to see if it’s sending anything at all for battery… Always possible they made a change in how they are reporting.
I have read all the log and event list for my 3 sensor and the only thing i watch concerning the battery is that i join (but it happened 3 days ago)
All the 3 sensor had a first 3% battery reply and 0 few minutes later
I will try to change a battery to watch the concequence
Maybe my 3 bettery are really dead
I will say to you
That is interesting - usually no battery reporting means a loss of connection, apparently not true in your case…
Nothing comes up in live logging for them either?
Also, what are your max and min settings for
“Max Volts\ A battery is at 100% at __ volts\ Range 2.8 to 3.4” and
“Min Volts A battery is at 0% (needs replacing) at __ volts Range 2.0 to 2.7”
Non batterie reporting since 3 days
Open/close fonction report good.
Where i can watch the battery volt?
When i go in the device parameter, i only can change the device name and the icon
I think you aren’t using the correct or the most recent dth.
You can use the dth from this repo: Original & Aqara Xiaomi Zigbee Sensors (contact, temp, motion, button, outlet, leak, etc)
Big thanks to you, it was the problem
I solve the 3 sensor
Big big thanks.
Hello, I am using your DTH for a Xiaomi temperature / humidity sensor… It’s working good in the ST app but now trying to add it to ActionTiles… It doesn’t show up as a device to add to AT… I also confirmed that it doesn’t show up when I try to add it to the Smart Home Monitor app either.
Can you please advise?
Are you using a DTH from the GitHub repo linked at the top of this thread?
There are newer updated Xiaomi device DTHs with fixes and improvements available and discussed on a different thread, here.
I suggest to try using the updated Xiaomi temperature / humidity sensor DTH.
I have a new WXKG03LM aqara switch which with the DH in git hub here https://github.com/bspranger/Xiaomi/blob/master/devicetypes/bspranger/xiaomi-aqara-button.src/xiaomi-aqara-button.groovy
wasnt registering clicks. I had to add the following line in the same section as the similar lines and it now works
fingerprint endpointId: "01", profileId: "0104", deviceId: "5F01", inClusters: "0000,0003,0019,0012,FFFF", outClusters: "0000,0003,0004,0005,0019,0012,FFFF", manufacturer: "LUMI", model: "lumi.sensor_86sw1", deviceJoinName: "Aqara Switch WXKG03LM"
Hope this helps someone with the same issue
Thanks for this information. I have updated the Aqara button DH to include your fingerprint information.
The fingerprint lines in a DH only help SmartThings to assign the correct DH when a device is paired to the hub. If an incorrect DH is selected, it can always be manually changed to the correct one in the IDE interface.
I’ll second the reliability problems. My temperature sensor lays literally on top of the Hub (it measures the temperature of the server box when the hub is). An hour after pairing it stops sending readings, and in two hours ST declares it unavailable. I deleted/paired it 3 times, with the same results.
I guess I can declare those $10 experiment losses and buy an Iris sensor instead.
You should look at the hub log when pairing the sensor. My specifically the zbjoin message. In there you can see the parent device the sensor connected to. If it is not directly to the hub or another proven zigbee gateway, the sensor will drop off after a while.
The ST hub is “0000”.
Thank you, it kinda worked. I unplugged all the zigbee repeaters while pairing, and now the sensor doesn’t appear offline. But the readings are very rare and sporadic. Right after pairing the sensor sent data every 2 minutes for the first 10 minutes. Then after 90 minutes. Then after 10, then after 2, and then after 90 minutes again. Next was after 4 hours. Next after an hour. Then 4 hours again. Then 3 hours, then an hour, and then an hour and a half.
I am not sure, but it looks like very strange behavior to me.
The Xiaomi & Aqara Temperature / Humidity sensors only send reports when a change is detected, not every XX minutes.
So the behavior you are seeing is normal.
I don’t believe there was no change of a tenth of a Fahrenheit degree between 2 am and 5 am. But that’s just me being picky. It was $10 and it works. That’s good enough.
Okay, so all of my Xiaomi sensors work for 6+ months and then all fall off the network completely. Very frustrating. I bought all new Lowe’s Iris motion sensors (also Zigbee) to replace them because the 4 that I installed when I first got into home automation 2+ years ago are still working great.
Will I have to worry about these falling off the network as well or is this just a Xiaomi problem?
Does anyone know where I can find instruction to replace the battery on the Xiaomi Button. Its own manual didn’t mention it.
The original button is a bit tricky but there is one plastic spring tab on the back outward edge that is about 3 mm long. You lift this up just a bit and spin the bottom off.
Thanks. I also found this youtube video which gave me some clues and I managed to open it to access the battery. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5lrHUEb05ig But it isn’t clear that I actually need to slide/spin it.