Thanks for your compliments, I’m not good with this, hahaha. I am persistent when I have a problem and want to fix it and reading on this forum I found the solutions.
At first, for days, no one answered, not even Samsung, to my question about excessive battery consumption and its relation to temperature reports. now I see that there are many of us who are interested in solving the problem.
I have not done anything with thermostats, I do not have them integrated into smartthings. They work great with your original Beok app. I think that having them integrated in smartthings does not add any benefits to me.
There are several posts about thermostats and applications, you still find something.
Best regards, I’m glad I was able to help you.
It’s strange, once the configuration is accepted by the device, it works with that configuration until it is changed to another one.
Most likely, it has not been configured correctly, it is important that the device has a good connection with the hub, such as when pairing.
it could also be the temperature increase trigger setting. As soon as you have it on?
for zigbee devices the configuration sometimes fails if there is no good signal.
Please could you send a screenshot of the app temperature reports? let’s see what it looks like
Looking at this, what I think happens is that you have the trigger for information of temperature change in 0.1 ° (10) in the configuration.
always reports every 0.1 ° change regardless of the time interval. it is happening every 5, 10, 15 or 20 minutes, always less than 1 hour set.
You have to configure 3 parameters, thresholds
Example: zigbee.temperatureConfig (30, 3600, 100): Maximum interval between reports: this is now 3600 sec. It will report any change in temperature at most every hour, unless the temperature change trigger is exceeded, which in the example is 100 = 1 ° and it will always be reported.
The third and least important is the minimum interval between reports, which in the example is 30 sec. This means that it will never send reports with less than 30 Sec of interval.
That said, you can see that you have the temp report trigger at 0.1 ° and that’s why it reports like this.
you can make these changes:
If it is a “Smartsense multi sensor” adjust the variable “TempReportTrigger” between 100 = (1 °) and 300 = (3 °) depending on the precision you want.
If it is the “Smartsense open / Close sensor” in line 215 add the trigger between 100 and 300 for example:
zigbee.temperatureConfig (30, 3600, 200).
In this link you can see some photos of several examples of my sensors
Sorry, I thought you had changed it into a SmartSense open/close sensor.
Is it a dth “SmartSense motion”? or “SmartSense motion sensor”? They are different.
Must be a SmartSense motion sensor.
In the “SmartSense multi sensor” or “SmartSense motion sensor” of the previous links, change the value of “TempReportTrigger” between 100 = (1 °) and 300 = (3 °) depending on the precision you want, in the smartthings app settings and then do the dth version change process in IDE to run the configuration in each device.
If you have changed to DTHs linked, settings to Maximun dth values 240 minutes and 300 (3°) only will send 6 temperature reports per day.
If need bigger Interval see the post 24 for multisensor dth:
-Line 75: range: “1… 240 ”, change 240 by other bigger you want.
-Line 68: range: “1… 240 ”, change 240 by other bigger you want.
And follow procedure for configure execution.