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I got a notification from my Homecenter that my Fibaro CO sensor may nog meet certification standards. Fibaro suggests I return my sensor to Poland and get a replacement. (But the delivery cost are at least 28 euro, so I will try to arrange it with my local Fibaro importer). Anyone else with the same issue of not meeting with the certification standards?
Hi, I've just acquired two Fibaro CO sensor, for apple homekit without knowing that there is also a Fibaro version. I'm trying to pair the sensors with my Home Center 2, but nothing happens. Is there a way I can use the sensors with home center ?
I have relatively simple automation to develop. If temperature is too low - switch on Wall-Plug. If too high - switch it off. I have three temperature sensor in disposal: "Motion Sensor", "CO Sensor", and Elgato Eve. I was trying several automatons with different sensors, IFs, WHENs, etc - no way. I am not able to control Wall-Plug using temperature value. Any idea to solve my issue? Regards, Tomek
Hi, I was lucky to get one of these to test and was about to add a couple more near my two new wood-burning fires. I thought I would repeat my test and I am pleased to say the device past with flying colours. These devices do work well and warn well before the limit. Well worth adding if you have appliances that could produce CO. Loud siren as soon as it hit red and notifications flashing. I test like this: 1) Puddle of water to create a seal 2) a couple of matchsticks to hold sensor out of the puddle 3) place sensor on matchsticks 4) put a small candle on top of a shot glass. 5) light candle and let it get burning well 6) invert bowl over the rig 7) and leave it The alarm does not sound that loud until you remove that bowl but when you take that bowl off it is plenty. I also trigger the main house alarm to make sure as loud as possible. notification on alarm and return to safe 9 months and I know we have not had detectable levels of CO in the house