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What parameter sets potential fire temperature?


Theo
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One of my two DS18B20 sensors is now connected to the hot water outlet of my house heating system. Therefore the temperature changes quickly when the boiler starts. This triggers potential fire push alarms although the temperature is only 35 degrees C. Is there a temperature parameter to set. Couldn't find one.

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Theo 

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  • Thanks, indeed I had seen that parameter a few days ago. But that is only one single generic value which might be good for air temperatures. But if I also want to monitor water heaters a much higher limit is needed. But I do not accept 80 degrees C in my living room, so for now I will leaveit at 40.

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    @Theo

    but you can also switch off with advance settings notifications in the event of a fire hazard. See picture i set a red arrow. 

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