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Temperature sensor offset


jgilabert
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I am able to set the offset using slider in the advanced panel of a temperature sensor, but when I save it is rounded down to integer value. 
As the result it is not possible to set offset value to -2 (slider allows -1.81 which after save is rounded to -1 and -3.03 which is rounded to -3)
If I write a value instead of using the slider, then the value is not saved

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Yesterday I also tried to change this setting and had the same problem.
So again, fibaro something diminished.
It's all about the smart implant.

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  • 1 month later...

Hello @XTeK

Thank you very much for your suggestions regarding our system. I have forwarded it to our engeeniers. 

 

Right now you can change the temperature offset to any value using FIBARO API:

1. Go to <HC_IP_address>/docs (for example 192.168.81.1/docs)

2. Select "Devices"

3. Select "PUT" 

4. Enter ID of the device that you want to change the offset 

5. In the Body type the correct value - see attached screenshot 

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6. Hit "Try it" 

 

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Luckily I found this entry in the forum with google search. I spent hours trying to set the offset to match my temperature meter on my fresh, new, (expensive) Fibaro thermostatic heads and temperature sensors.

It's a pity this function only works with tricks...

Fortunately the forum members seem to do a lot of works for (instead of) Fibaro.

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2 years later, its still not possible to add an offset with decimal e.g. -0,5  :( 

glad i found this old post, which works.

 

i dont have any words for that.

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