It may be useful to implement Sonoff TH and SC temperature statistics in order to be able to see hourly graphs of the temperature, in a similar way as the sonoff POW consumption sample
Is this still a topic? Native support and display in the app would be very welcome. Or even the possibility to send hourly the data to IFTTT for those of us with pro accounts.
@Mark V Philips
Big thanks for the helpful links!
Had to figure some things out but it works great for me now!
Thanks @Mark I set this up and have it running. You are right that it took a bit to get running. Did you find a solution for forcing data refresh from sensor as only seems to pull info on state change or a large swing in temperature etc, where mine are located they have very little fluctuation and would quite like to have it pull a reading every minute for peace of mind
i keep trying to post a tutorial but cant sucseed.
see attached file.
I have managed to get this to work. I warn you it is not simple but the reward at the end is a fully functional data collection and monitoring system.
These videos are the best avaible to help you get it set up. These were the ones tha finally made sense to me. Search for others if you have too much time.
FOLLOW DIRECTIONS EXACTLY. Dont be a hero.
The steps are
1. Procure a Rasberry Pi 3+ or better
2. Procure a reliable micro SD card. (do not skimp on this it will save you hours and days)
3. Install Homeassistant
4. Install Grafana for home assistant
5. install Influx DB for home assistant
6. Install Sonoff for home assistant. TAKE YOUR TIME. follow the video and you wont go wrong
start graffing and collecting data
Hope this helps.
I'll try it NOW.
@PAF great! I´ve installed Grafana but could not manage to get the data source from my sensor, how did you do it?
@Flavio Lemos, first install Home-assistant. Check youtube for its installation on a virtual machine, after that check tutorials to load your Sonoff sensors.
I did not find it. I looked for "grafana plugin for sonoff" but I've got no usefull data.
What should I look for?