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Robert Drinovac

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    I think it really depends on the customer here. As customers, we don't have insight into what percentage of current users are buying pucks for the sole purpose of acting as a temperature sensor for...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    Chris Moschini Chris Knabenshue See my response in the other thread. It seems to be a case of "needs to be reworded". Your system works without it because you are using a puck as a gateway. You can...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    It seems to be just the language and could use some rewording/elaboration using some common scenarios to clear up confusion. Potential examples of when you need a bridge. Central HVAC systems: Wi...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    Andrew What sort of update are you looking for? The Home Assistant integration is located at https://github.com/RobertD502/home-assistant-flair . Once integrated into Home Assistant, you can use th...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    The HA integration does include RSSI. All features included/notes about them as well as instructions can be found at https://github.com/RobertD502/home-assistant-flair

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    I was never suggesting removing the pucks from the equation. I'm not sure if I'm in the minority here (I'm assuming I'm not), but I'm not constantly changing set points since I have schedules set u...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    Ah, right...their comfort setting which they explain as the reason for the set point in the app being different than what you see on the thermostat. I can see this being useful if an individual did...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    My question is, if you don't use the nest sensors then what will the Nest thermostat be using to determine when the set point is reached? By default it would use the temp sensor on the thermostat i...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    Regarding your Nest Thermostat: My suggestion would be to have the Nest thermostat continue to use only the Nest sensor located in the far bedroom to determine when the set point has been reached. ...

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    Robert Drinovac commented,

    To answer your question about the Ecobee sensors: none of the Ecobee remote sensors (old version or the currently available "SmartSensor") report humidity as they lack the hardware to measure humid...