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Xiaomi Smart Home: temp/humidity sensor $8, door/window sensor $8, wireless switcher $8, body sensor $10 & More + free shipping

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No zwave right?

Anyone know if veraplus supports for zigbee?
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FWIW, this is still higher than it's chinese MSRP
http://list.mi.com/130
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These are a bitch to pair with smartthings, and often disconnect. Got aquara water sensor stable for over 24 hrs now, so let's see from here how it goes. DO first read the smartthings threads on Xiaomi devices to see if you're up to the challenge to save 20 bucks each, compared to US sold devices.
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These are a bitch to pair with smartthings, and often disconnect. Got aquara water sensor stable for over 24 hrs now, so let's see from here how it goes. DO first read the smartthings threads on Xiaomi devices to see if you're up to the challenge to save 20 bucks each, compared to US sold devices.
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Xiaomi temperature sensor is also called aquara sensors
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This price is reasonable sense I live in the Floridian humidity.
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These are a bitch to pair with smartthings, and often disconnect. Got aquara water sensor stable for over 24 hrs now, so let's see from here how it goes. DO first read the smartthings threads on Xiaomi devices to see if you're up to the challenge to save 20 bucks each, compared to US sold devices.
What SmartThings compatible device reads humidity levels? I couldn't find any product that explicitly states it would monitor that type of environmental factor (at least for under $100 or so).
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FWIW, this is still higher than it's chinese MSRP
http://list.mi.com/130
English please.
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[quote="DorthyMantoothEsq;105973552"]What SmartThings compatible device reads humidity levels? I couldn't find any product that explicitly states it would monitor that type of environmental factor (at least for under $100 or so).

There are quite a few, well under 100$. One is the Zooz 4 in 1 sensor, it monitors light, humidity, motion and temp for about 30 bucks, It's a z-wave sensor so pairs very easily, as compared to the xiaomi, which while cheap, you need to be very good with ST and have a great deal of patience. I see the discussions with many giving up on these, but probably an equal amount who have success with these xiaomi's
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These are awesome. They're a little tricky to pair up but once they're paired, I haven't had issues with them disconnecting. If you do have issues though, it's probably a range issue.

You'll need custom device handlers that you can from the Github link in the follow thread:
https://community.smartthings.com...beta/77576

And instructions to pair in this post:
https://community.smartthings.com...5?u=Pbrain
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Well theres a picture of window/door sensors and it says 49 *symbol* so if you google chinese currency and convert it to USD, you will find out that its 5 dollars!
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Xiaomi will eventually win against Google and Apple for HA
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I am thinking this Hygrometer would be cool to add in a cigar humidifier... Has anyone pair one of these w/ smartthings for this use?
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Well theres a picture of window/door sensors and it says 49 *symbol* so if you google chinese currency and convert it to USD, you will find out that its 5 dollars!
$5 in China isn't the same as $5 to have it shipped to the US.
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