I’m using the blukii binding for my “blukii Sensor Beacon Go 500”. Everythings works fine, BUT…
the temperature values are very confusing!
In plus degrees the values are shown correct:
17 = 17
16 = 16
15 = 15
but at zero degrees down the values change to different values like:
0 = 255
-1 = 254
-2 = 253
-3 = 251
At first time I manage it with a MAP but is that the wanted and correct implementation of the blukii binding???
this sounds to me that it’s worth a github issue…
Post it here: https://github.com/eclipse/smarthome/issues
with as much info as you can add (Item definition, logs, etc)
Most likely the developer lives in a Country where the temperature does not fall below 0 degrees Celsius (joking )
@jak-o : Sorry to put in here an Off-Topic question, but may I ask you which USB adapter you are using with the blukii Beacons? Thanks!
I use no USB adapter. My sensors run with a CR3032 (3V) battery. Should last until one year, the manufacturer told me. I have these sensors since September and the charge is about 94% at the moment.
And how do you connect the sensors with OH?
I’m using an Raspberry Pi 3 (integrated bluetooth) and the bluetooth binding (includes also blukii).
OH finds my built-in (bluetooth:bluez:hci0) bluetooth device. That’s the “bluetooth-gateway” to search for BLE-devices like the blukii ones.
I declared my blukii sensors in blukii.items, described here and then you can use them like any other item.