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Device sends %CO2% instead of the actual value
I have got humidity in there but seem to have put them in a different order:


Would that account for temperature without humidity if it bugged out on the CO₂ on the way from one to the other?
yeah.. somehow for MQTT i implemented it in a way that it stops on the first failed replamcenent it finds
for HTTP it simply skips them and continues to the next
(it was anyway just for testing so i did not put too much attention to it)
Just a short report, one of my sensors works quite stable with the firmware from 3rd of january 2017. The other one stopped responding completely yesterday morning. Before the second sensor also had some external automated power cycles about every 2-3 days.
Currently this one does not respond at all but this I guess is a different story: recovery procedure

Meanwhile I recognized that the values reported from the pressure sensor seems starting to be oscillate now. I'll step into deeper analysis of this hypotheses a bit more and potentially will open a separate thread for that as OT here.

(01-10-2017, 04:59 AM)joshi04 Wrote: Before the second sensor also had some external automated power cycles about every 2-3 days.
you mean that it was stopping to send data and you had to turn it on and off to recover ?
Confirmed. Nevertheless this device is now responding any more at all (see other thread). So this could be also another issue. My second sensor is performing well so far. And I switched this one into a "productive environment".
So far please take it as an informative report only without action. Furthermore for Ed the new firmware seems to operate sufficiently.
Just like to confirm that my sensor has performed flawlessly since I added the diode and capacitor. I've tried it on two USB power sources and also with a long USB extension lead and not seen any problems.

(I haven't yet tried it on the Lidl power bank which gave odd pressure readings before but don't regard that as a “real” power source - just something that would sometimes be handy to use if it worked.)

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