Incorrect temperature reading above 25.5 degree. C Alecto WS3500

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Incorrect temperature reading above 25.5 degree. C Alecto WS3500

Post by svdstra » Sunday 08 May 2016 14:20

Hi, above 25.5 degree C the temperature reading of my Alecto WS3500 on domoticz (installed on raspberry pi) is multiplied by a factor of two to 51 degree. This looked repeatable last couple of days however.......... since today, may 8th 2016 12:15 the reading is around 41.3 degrees where the value of the Alecto weather station is 28.5 degrees.

Any idea?

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Re: Incorrect temperature reading above 25.5 degree. C Alecto WS3500

Post by proza » Sunday 08 May 2016 17:42

Mine WS3500 Alecto temperature is working correct, highest temp. seen today 27,7 Stable version on Raspberry Pi

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Re: Incorrect temperature reading above 25.5 degree. C Alecto WS3500

Post by sanderjstx » Sunday 08 May 2016 19:19

Same issue here, updated to 1002 firmware for 3500, which did not fix the issue (latest version from git under Ubuntu).

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Re: Incorrect temperature reading above 25.5 degree. C Alecto WS3500

Post by b_weijenberg » Sunday 08 May 2016 19:52

will be corrected in the next RFXtrx firmware version
RFXtrx433, RFXtrx433E

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Re: Incorrect temperature reading above 25.5 degree. C Alecto WS3500

Post by Andries78 » Saturday 20 May 2017 22:34

Hi everyone,

I have a alecto WS4500 and I came across this site against.
But the links that I found were unfortunately dead links.

Can anyone tell me how I can read the data from a ws4500 with a raspberry pi?
(I have found that the ws3500 and the ws4500 has use the same sensors?)

Thanks for the effort!

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