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Temperature sensor in flood module and wrong "potential fire" detected


demetrio812

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Hello,

this morning I've got an email from Fibaro saying that a potential fire has been detected in the boiler room, luckily I was at home an I was able to check and now fire found

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I've checked the temperature graph in the web admin (I think we really need it in the mobile one too) and the result is in the attached file.

 

It says the temperature arrived almost to 18k degrees (that's not just "a fire" LOL)...

 

This is the first time it happened to me, did it happen to someone else too? The value seems fine now...

 

Let me know your thoughts...

 

Thanks,

Dem

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Hi Dem,

 Are you on 4.033 ? there are some decimal point errors that are floating around on 4.033, they have been corrected in 4.035 for me.

 

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cheers,

al.

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Your temperature was 0 all the while till it spiked to 17k? That is really something weird. Perhaps it was due to the decimal error.

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  • Hello guys, thanks for replying, it could be the decimal point problem, I had 4.033, I've updated now...the temperature wasn't 0 before but was around 15 degrees, I guess plotting this huge range has approximated it to 0 in the graph...

     

    Dem

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