Smart Space Heater S - Critical Issue


Succesus

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Nov 19, 2021
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I have the latest firmware and lastest official app and nothing has been fixed.
I put 18º and the heater heats the room to 22º or 23º without turning off and continues on at 800w.
When I have had it at 20º I have reached almost 25º in the room and it has not turned off.
 

Mad-z

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Nov 22, 2021
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A little off-topic from the firmware issue itself, but has anyone been able to add this heater to Alexa?
I've been trying to get it to work with Alexa but I've not been able to add it, it doesn't detect it.

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jwvst

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Nov 24, 2021
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Hi guys,

I am now having 2x Smartmi Smart Convector 1S and I experience exactly the same. Although the device is working like a charm, the only thing that is completely off is that temperature control. May I ask what latest firmware you are all having? I believe these devices work on the same firware.
 

krdoki

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Nov 24, 2021
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Hi guys,

I am now having 2x Smartmi Smart Convector 1S and I experience exactly the same. Although the device is working like a charm, the only thing that is completely off is that temperature control. May I ask what latest firmware you are all having? I believe these devices work on the same firware.
As I know the latest firmware is 2.0.8.0005
 

Mad-z

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Nov 22, 2021
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Is there a way to see the sensor/current temperature value in the app ? It shows only Cool, Comfort
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krdoki

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Nov 24, 2021
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Pay attention! It's not the heater screen, it's the devices screen.

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Yes, I can see there the heater temperature but the problem is I can choose only one device as temperature source in environment info settings
 

Mad-z

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Nov 22, 2021
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Yes, I can see there the heater temperature but the problem is I can choose only one device as temperature source in environment info settings
It's not the device temperature, it's the room temperature sensor. Which is what you initially asked.
I don't have multiple devices so I don't think I know what you mean or that I can help with that. But I imagine that that one sensor will regulate multiple heaters in the same room for the temperature you set.

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