I have 8 Sonoff T1 installed, 3 of them 3 Gang, 3 of them 2 Gang and two 1 Gang. It seems that most of them randomly "resets". Emits a single beep, pause and then two beeps. The light flashing and then back online again in a minute or two. This is very disturbing if it happens to one of the three switches close to my bedroom in the early hours of the morning! They all have the latest firmware. Why does this happen? Can I stop it from happening? It seems like especially the one does this quite often (sometimes more than once a day) while some of the others never do it (that I've been around them to notice). Any thoughts/suggestions?
Unfortunately there is no software solution to the problem, because the problem is hardware.
The only solution is to switch touch TX series. I no longer had problems
With 3.4.0 same problems. Bought Jinvoo zero problems.
I had the same problem with my 3 gang switch. However I noticed that this only started to happen after I installed Trenmicro HouseCall for Home Networks. I don't know if it was a coincidence or not but after I uninstalled the program the problem disappeared.
It's just an assumption and suggestion based on the experience I've had. Do you have any network devices that might be trying to communicate with these switches indefinitely? Could this not be a problem similar to a homemade DoS?
I really don't know what the real problem is, but the fact is that after uninstalling this program from Trendmicro I had no problem.
Maybe it's because I only have one switch installed. I will install 6 switches this week and I will see what happens. The problem may be related to the number of switches installed.
I hope I helped in some way with thinking about the problem.
Unfortunately, now being the owner of Sonoff product, you will find that that the support is terrible. If you are lucky and get units that doesn't do this, it is a great product for a great price, but otherwise, say hello to lots of frequent weird things happening and zero support.
Has anyone tried adding their devices to a "Guest" network on their router? Make sure nothing else connects to the guest network, only the Sonoff devices and then use your normal network for all your other devices.
My Mate did this and his switches hasn't beeped since... i am sceptical though and don't have the time at the moment to test for myself... Feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Mine all starts with 10006, so not the same problem you seem to be having. All three the T1 3C is in the 10006 range and all three resets with 3.3.0 (less often than it did with 3.1.0).
I'm curious, the id starts with: one thousand eighty-eight, because I have other devices with different identification and those don't give me a problem
I'm curious, their device id numbers start with: 100088XXXX, because I have other devices with different id and those don't give me a problem