Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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ridewithstyle
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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yes, I started with one byte and iterated up to 4 bytes, to no avail.

Can I provide anymore debug data to help you?

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PoltoS
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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@aivs will check it

aivs
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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Spirit sends to Razberry Temperature Report in this format:

Spirit send report: [0x31, 0x05, 0x01, 0x42, 0x08, 0x09]
31 - CC Sensor Multilevel
05 - CC Multilevel Sensor Report
01 - Sensor Type Temperature
42 - Size:2, Scale: C, Precision: 2
08 - 22 °C
9A - 02 °C

Need to try send this report to spirit.

aivs
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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All works. From manual, report incoming:

Sensor type: Air Temperature
Scale: Celsius and Fahrenheit
Precision: 0, 1 and 2

Check new app ThermostatExternalSensorEmulation 1.2 in RaZberry, it perfectly send temperature report to Spirit.

ridewithstyle
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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Hi there,

I tried feeding back the data to the spirit and here are my results. For comparison, I let the spirit run 24h with a fixed target temperature of 19°C. To see that the values are real, there is an open window for 5 minutes last night that you can see in a temperature drop and resulting overshoot from the spirit.

This morning I switched to the app aivs reported, in version 1.2, freshly installed and set up. All I do is looping back the reported temperature to the spirit, please see attached screenshot for config details.
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Now you can see the resulting temperature in the room constantly climbing over the course of the day. Nobody in the room, no external source of heat, it's cold outside, no sunlight heating up the room.
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What am I doing wrong? The spirit parameters are as follows
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Best Regards,
rws

ridewithstyle
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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Hi there,

somehow my attachments disappeared, did I violate any forum rules?

Regards,
rws

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PoltoS
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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No. I suppose only one can be added in a message

viper123
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Re: Send SensorMultilevel unsolicited from controller

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Hello,

you are attempting to precisely tackle my concern. :- )

I additionally need to send spontaneous temp reports to the soul, so we can adjust the worth. I took window sensors and the temp report from the soul and gauged them with the numerical module to a reasonable worth.

in principle, the application esteem surpasses ought to precisely do that, however it just acknowledges activity esteems, not temperature readings. So perhaps the application esteem overwhelms could be a decent outline for your usage or you could expand the application? I myself have this subject in my excess and I need to fathom some more significant issues first prior to handling this point. In any case, possibly the application can support you.

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