RIP WU (sleep well)


(John) #1

(Eric) #2

thanks for the reminder. Are there any other integration options?

Does anyone know of a current zigbee HA 1.2 sensor with Temperature and Humidity,
with a big battery like CR2 (not coin cell)? The obsolete SmartSense Temp+Humidity from 3 years ago has been perfect, but I only have 1 which will probably stay in the ductwork.

Interior style is fine, I expect it can be weatherproofed in any case.


#3

Does this mean the ST weather tile will stop working or are we covered because ST is making the call for us?


(Doug) #4

That’s a good question. Maybe smartthings=>WU is a B to B.

For those of us wanting to use our own personal weather stations this stinks.


(Allan) #5

I have looked and the SmartSense temp/humidity was the main ZigBee one. No idea why they stopped making them…I have 5 throughout the house and they work great. One in the fridge, a couple in bathrooms, and one in a basement storage room. There is the AeoTec multi sensor but its Z-Wave. The other option is ST_Anything or Konnected with a little temperature probe…that’s what I have in my garage and it works well (personally I use both but this one is connected to a ESP32 running ST_Anything):

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Think entire setup cost me less then $20 ($13 ESP32 and a $6 sensor?)


(PPO16) #6

I put mine outside in a mini-zip bag and it works pretty fine.


(PPO16) #7

I use the zooz 6in1 and with 2 AAA batteries, last more than one year.


(Eric) #8

it’s zwave, looking for zigbee, but good to know - maybe I’ll have to switch.


(Eric) #9

it does look like ST is making the call, we don’t know if ST has a license that will persist.

It would be a good idea to have a plan-B , since I want to log outside temp+ .

But the ST device is really nicer with calculated lux and weather.


(Glen King) #10

As the Webcore folks told me, the accuweather ST smartapp is functional…

I reworked my pistons to use it.