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Fibaro Flood Sensor temperature indication in degrees Celsius


Stephen P
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I Have an Flood Sensor version 3.2. If I have a quick look I cannot find any parameter setting for Celsius/Fahrenheit.

Isn't it depending of the controller main setting? In my HC3 it is.

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In today's modern society, the Farenheight alternative still exists.
This is a bit strange considering that it is over 50 years ago that the countries of the world decided to switch to the metric SI system!

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Little Off-Topic but

There are a lot of interesting articles to find about this toppic. And the outcome is mostly, unknow/money/ or related

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  • I think in the Home Control 3 it is probably possible to change the temperature settings from Fahrenheit to Centigrade. This is probably because the Fibaro product is supposed to be used with its own Hub.

     

    However, I am using Hubitat. So probably there is no way to make any changes it is default settings.

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    Hi @Stephen P.

     

    I own a HC 3 and the flood sensor. There are no possibilty's to change the Fahrenheit/Celsius setting in the parameters.

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