For homes where the RF signal strength is low - or homes where the wire of a Gateway Puck is not suitable or desired - we recommend using extra Gateway Puck(s) as dedicated networking device(s).
A dedicated networking device is a Gateway Puck that is connected to a nearby outlet and is used strictly to facilitate the RF signal to Sensor Pucks and Smart Vents. The Gateway Puck will not be used to read temperature - although it can if desired.
The Gateway Puck can be plugged in using the supplied cable and adapter, or plugged into a USB outlet using the Puck USB Mount. Then place the Gateway Puck in its own Flair room and if you don't want Flair to use its temperature readings, set the room to Inactive.
The dedicated networking device should be placed where it gets a good WiFi signal and central to the Sensor Pucks and Smart Vents that it's boosting RF signal to.
WiFi and RF Signal strength can be measured using Flair's statistics.