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Issue with Smoke Sensor 2.5 z-wave protocol 3.67




From time to time, there is a loud single beep. This started when the sensor gave a false alarm.

Now it just beeps and the smoke sensor graph looks like in the image.


Is it broken? Is there a way to repair it or should i toss it?

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Hello Satori,


Dit you find a solution?


I have exactly the same problem with 1 (out of 5) smoke sensors (type: FGSD-002 EU).

A few weeks ago (offcourse in the middle of the night) it starts beeping and it never stops.

It beeps once every minute.


I removed it multiple times from the Z-wave network (Fibaro Homecenter 2) and i added it again and again.

Also i did some factory resets with the B-button on the Smoke Sensor and i changed the battery but it keeps beeping.


I cleaned it by blowing air through the device with a can compressed air and later with a air-compressor.


See my smoke sensor graph below this text, it jumps from 20 to 30 after resetting the device, so i think it must be a firmware problem......



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  • No. I think it's just broken and i should throw it away. Of course, it eats through batteries very fast, adding to the cost of this failing device.

    I hoped somebody from Fibaro might have an answer but no, so i just gave up.

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