The temperature on the Puck may be slightly different than the temperature displayed in the Flair app. This could be due to a few reasons:
- How temperature is updated on the Pucks
- There is more than one temperature sensor in the room and the Flair app is displaying the average temperature
- The Puck may need to be calibrated
The temperatures displayed in rooms in the Flair app will update about every 60 seconds. The temperature displayed is the average of all temperature sensors assigned to that room. A temperature sensor is a Puck, an integrated smart thermostat, or a room sensor.
The temperature displayed on a Sensor Puck updates when there is a 2F / 1.1F degree difference in the room temperature.
The temperature displayed on a Gateway Puck updates when there is a 1F / .5C degree difference in the room temperature.
The Puck update mechanisms are designed for conservative usage of Flair servers and ensure sufficient life expectancy in batteries. Most smart-home products operate in this manner.
You can also view temperature data over time in the statistics graphs. See Statistics: Signal Strength, Set Point, Room Temperature.
Note: Temperatures displayed in Fahrenheit are rounded to the nearest degree. Temperatures displayed in Celsius are rounded to the nearest half degree.