Wyze Sense Hub Firmware Beta Test 11/16/2022

Version: 4.32.11.365

WHAT’S NEW:

  • Improved the Environment Hazard Remediation experience

  • Fixed Bluetooth log collection

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Did the installation, no issues during the install and completed relatively quickly. Did not even see the lights flash. :slight_smile:

EDIT

Just went through the system and everything seems to be working.

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Installed update with Hub connected via WiFi. Took about 60 seconds to complete. For the 1st 5 minutes, experienced a 1 minute lag in notifications, but whatever the holdup was is now clear and notifications are back to 1s or less. Tested basic functionality… v1 & v2 contact & motion sensors, leak and climate sensors and alarm features.

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Question:

In the Environment area, do you have any sensors in the Monitored Sensors list?

I don’t and to be honest, not sure when that section appeared. :slight_smile:

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Yes, I have 21 sensors listed in the Environment section. All reporting looks good in that area.

But are they in the Monitored Sensors area. I have all my sensors listed as well, but they are not in the Monitored Section. I am getting ready to move them

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Edit: I have some sensors monitored. The monitored sensors are annotated with a HMS shield icon. List is so long I cut the top and bottom only:

They also show up in Home Monitoring Settings > Environment > Monitored Sensors

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Thanks. I didn’t have anything listed there, but was still being alerted if there was a leak.

Adding the items now

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You will receive the usual system notifications for any sensors that you have notifications enabled.

“Monitored Sensors” are different. You will receive the usual system notifications AND you will receive a call or text from Noonlight… as they will be monitoring whatever you select as “Monitored”. It’s the newfangled “Hazard Remediation” and I love the idea. :+1: No… I haven’t tested the Noonlight response for sensor monitoring yet:

So unless you want a contact from Noonlight in your testing, put your HMS in Test Mode! :grin:

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Check your Home Monitoring Settings > Tune Settings for Entry sensors. This tune setting is the “chime” on the Hub when a door is opened. After updating Hub firmware, one of my v2 entry sensors was changed from On to Off. Not sure if this was the result of updating firmware or playing with Environment Hazard Remediation settings for Leak and Climate sensors, but I surely didn’t accidentally change Entry sensor settings.

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I checked and all of mine are still on. No changes

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I would like to add a climate sensor and a couple of leak detectors to my monitor. I see posts where the climate sensors do not provide feedback very well, Is this still the case? I want to put one in my well house, so that when temp is below 30, it turns my plug on for a light. Also, I see that they sell a 3 pack of leak sensors with one probe. Am I missing something here or is that like buying one shoe? Wouldn’t one need a probe for each sensor? I want to put one behind the washing machine and one under the hot water tank in the basement.

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Climate sensors provide good feedback. The lowest temp setting for notifications and rule/triggers is 32F. The leak sensor housing has built in sensor contacts for placement on a flat surface. The probe is an additional sensor that plugs into the sensor housing and detects/reports independently. Use case/example: I have a leak sensor sitting on the floor in my utility room. I have a probe connected to that sensor running into the drip pan under my water heater. Same use case in my laundry room… one outside the washer pan and probe inside the pan. It’s a 2-fer-1 vs a one shoe.

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That makes sense. Thanks for your help.

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Like a checkup at the Dentist w\ no Cavities :tooth::toothbrush:

Quick and Painless!

Updated by Ethernet w\ no issues to report, no settings changed… But also no “Threat Alerts” yet either.

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Updated over ethernet so far no issues

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