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Xiaomi Mijia Smart Bluetooth Thermometer 4pcs for £11.31 (£2.82 each) delivered @ AliExpress Deals / MI-Fans Store

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Great price on these smart thermometers when you buy 4. Works out as £3.09 £2.82 each.
Perfect for a smart home. You can use it as a smart trigger and make automation to control other smart devices in your home. You will need a Bluetooth compatible gateway to be able to send and receive information between other devices. Without the gateway it works via Bluetooth and you can see the temperature and humidity with your smartphone if you are nearby.
Nice, pure Xiaomi design.


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Main Features:
● Link with smart device via Mijia Bluetooth Gateway
● Baby mode reminder
● Ultra low power consumption, 1 x CR2032 battery can be powered for about 1 year
● High precision sensor
● Expressions help you understand temperature and humidity

General
Brand: Mijia
Model: LYWSD03MMC
Material: ABS

Dimensions and Weight
Product weight: 0.0600 kg
Package weight: 0.1000 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 4.30 x 4.30 x 1.25 cm / 1.69 x 1.69 x 0.49 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 8.40 x 5.70 x 5.50 cm / 3.31 x 2.24 x 2.17 inches

Package Contents
Package Contents: 4 x Thermometer, 4 x Wall Sticker, 4 x Chinese Manual
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I have both this square version & rounded version but hard to justify which one is accurate

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Edited by: "Smash77" 3rd Jun
I'd find it too difficult to keep this thermometer under my tongue for two minutes in order to get a reliable reading. Useful as a temperature gauge though.
40958206-VRMM7.jpgThe reason why it is not AAA.
The battery is bigger than the thermostat itself!
Edited by: "sisqoboy" 3rd Jun
Inquisitor03/06/2020 10:03

Ahh if only it was aaa batteries...



that little battery cell last long enough and really easy to find. Poundland has them all the time or you can order like 10 fro £2 from China
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Ahh if only it was aaa batteries...
Inquisitor03/06/2020 10:03

Ahh if only it was aaa batteries...



that little battery cell last long enough and really easy to find. Poundland has them all the time or you can order like 10 fro £2 from China
Not ZigBee ?
Inquisitor03/06/2020 10:03

Ahh if only it was aaa batteries...


That would make them bigger and with an average of 1yr battery life, I can't see it being too much of an issue!
Whats the cheapest hub it works with to be monitored externally? Aqara?
Edited by: "ModestN" 3rd Jun
40958206-VRMM7.jpgThe reason why it is not AAA.
The battery is bigger than the thermostat itself!
Edited by: "sisqoboy" 3rd Jun
These don't work (Along with the majority of Aqara kit) on my UK variant hub. Very limited using bluetooth as not smart.
stepea03/06/2020 10:10

Not ZigBee ?


It connects with bluetooth.. so directly to your Pi or whatever
AndrewFarrar03/06/2020 10:18

These don't work (Along with the majority of Aqara kit) on my UK variant …These don't work (Along with the majority of Aqara kit) on my UK variant hub. Very limited using bluetooth as not smart.


You could opt to go for the 'hacked' version of the app which will lets you unlock those limitations
Voted hot just bear in mind, unless things changed since a year ago, this was one of Xiomi echo chain brand. Can't tell how good or bad is, as I never received mine, ordered from Ali Express too. Perhaps being from Mi-Fans store gives some confidence you will receive it.
emmpii803/06/2020 10:19

You could opt to go for the 'hacked' version of the app which will lets …You could opt to go for the 'hacked' version of the app which will lets you unlock those limitations


Thanks, where would I get that from?
AndrewFarrar03/06/2020 10:21

Thanks, where would I get that from?


From here. I know few people have started using the app from this forum since I shared this last time. The developers are Russian so it's up to you whether you want to trust it
I have both this square version & rounded version but hard to justify which one is accurate

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Edited by: "Smash77" 3rd Jun
Bought. Don’t even need

Cheers....
I'd find it too difficult to keep this thermometer under my tongue for two minutes in order to get a reliable reading. Useful as a temperature gauge though.
89quidyoucantgowrong03/06/2020 10:50

I'd find it too difficult to keep this thermometer under my tongue for two …I'd find it too difficult to keep this thermometer under my tongue for two minutes in order to get a reliable reading. Useful as a temperature gauge though.


There are other places you could put it, but I'd imagine it'd be quite sore given it's size.
I'm interested in a basic smart thermometer, anything better than these out there?
These are cool and small.

They are a pita to get working with Home Assistant though. It needs a custom interegration and you have to SSL sniff the BLE packets to get the encrypted pairing key.

But they work fine once hooked up.
IAmTheDude03/06/2020 11:13

These are cool and small.They are a pita to get working with Home …These are cool and small.They are a pita to get working with Home Assistant though. It needs a custom interegration and you have to SSL sniff the BLE packets to get the encrypted pairing key.But they work fine once hooked up.


I was thinking of getting these for HA but what's the range like? Bluetooth I can't really have them dotted about my house.
mrpands03/06/2020 10:48

Bought. Don’t even needCheers....


you will like them!
sisqoboy03/06/2020 10:10

that little battery cell last long enough and really easy to find. …that little battery cell last long enough and really easy to find. Poundland has them all the time or you can order like 10 fro £2 from China


Id prefer to use rechargables. Bit wasteful to use disposible for something of a luxury/gadget/none critical product.
IAmTheDude03/06/2020 11:13

These are cool and small.They are a pita to get working with Home …These are cool and small.They are a pita to get working with Home Assistant though. It needs a custom interegration and you have to SSL sniff the BLE packets to get the encrypted pairing key.But they work fine once hooked up.


The hack let's you get the token on your phone easily

Herc03/06/2020 11:18

I was thinking of getting these for HA but what's the range like? …I was thinking of getting these for HA but what's the range like? Bluetooth I can't really have them dotted about my house.



My pi is downstairs in a cabinet and I've got a sensor in the bathroom which is at most 10m away and they connect fine
IAmTheDude03/06/2020 11:13

These are cool and small.They are a pita to get working with Home …These are cool and small.They are a pita to get working with Home Assistant though. It needs a custom interegration and you have to SSL sniff the BLE packets to get the encrypted pairing key.But they work fine once hooked up.


Also it looks easy to hook these up? home-assistant.io/int…bt/
emmpii803/06/2020 11:31

The hack let's you get the token on your phone easily My pi is …The hack let's you get the token on your phone easily My pi is downstairs in a cabinet and I've got a sensor in the bathroom which is at most 10m away and they connect fine


Sweet, I don't think I knew about that when I did mine (had these from when they were released) but will look at it now.


Herc03/06/2020 11:18

I was thinking of getting these for HA but what's the range like? …I was thinking of getting these for HA but what's the range like? Bluetooth I can't really have them dotted about my house.


They are not in use at the moment as I moved HA to my proxmox setup (in prep for the whole no linux supervised debacale) but havnt played with passthrough yet. When I did have them they were only dotted around between 5-10ms away from my HA box but I think the range is prety decent on them.
IAmTheDude03/06/2020 11:40

Sweet, I don't think I knew about that when I did mine (had these from …Sweet, I don't think I knew about that when I did mine (had these from when they were released) but will look at it now.They are not in use at the moment as I moved HA to my proxmox setup (in prep for the whole no linux supervised debacale) but havnt played with passthrough yet. When I did have them they were only dotted around between 5-10ms away from my HA box but I think the range is prety decent on them.


I'm pretty sure we got these at the same time you directed me to the GitHub page and the developer of the app mentioned the it in the thread when the first compatible version was getting released
Herc03/06/2020 11:37

Also it looks easy to hook these up? …Also it looks easy to hook these up? https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/mitemp_bt/


This is for the older, round LCD one. It broadcasted unencrypted packets so would just work.

The new ones are encrypted and need an an additional addon to the built in one - github.com/cus…_bt
emmpii803/06/2020 11:42

I'm pretty sure we got these at the same time you directed me to …I'm pretty sure we got these at the same time you directed me to the GitHub page and the developer of the app mentioned the it in the thread when the first compatible version was getting released


I have so many devices that need tweaking and such to get working I forget what Im doing with them and which are which lol

Hoping someone gets the Xiamoi/Soocas BLE toothbrush working, think thats the only device I have left thats not connected to HA
Smartthings compatible? even if through 3rd party handler?
Ok
IAmTheDude03/06/2020 11:40

Sweet, I don't think I knew about that when I did mine (had these from …Sweet, I don't think I knew about that when I did mine (had these from when they were released) but will look at it now.They are not in use at the moment as I moved HA to my proxmox setup (in prep for the whole no linux supervised debacale) but havnt played with passthrough yet. When I did have them they were only dotted around between 5-10ms away from my HA box but I think the range is prety decent on them.


Ok cool I have HA on a hyperv setup with a pi and a zwave stick using usbip, hopefully I can setup Bluetooth the same way..
Hey guys I was looking for something exactly like this during winter, preferably easy to set up and compatible with IFTTT and alexa, but everything I search on Amazon gives me boiler smart thermostats. At our flat we don't use central heating, but classic convector electric heaters. All I want is hook up a smart thermometer to IFTTT so that when the temp goes under set threshold in the room it will turn on the tplink kasa plug with heater plugged in on, and once the temp goes above the threshold it will turn it off.

Anyone knows of a kit that could help me accomplish this?
Thanks!
Edited by: "C.G.B.Spender" 3rd Jun
could I connect it to other smart thermostats like Salus iT500?
emmpii803/06/2020 10:22

From here. I know few people have started using the app from this forum …From here. I know few people have started using the app from this forum since I shared this last time. The developers are Russian so it's up to you whether you want to trust it


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fizz03/06/2020 14:05

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You want to click download version 5.6.88 (this number will change as new updates are released so you'll have to download again).

Also this would only work on Android afaik
emmpii803/06/2020 14:07

You want to click download version 5.6.88 (this number will change as new …You want to click download version 5.6.88 (this number will change as new updates are released so you'll have to download again). Also this would only work on Android afaik


Thanks was putting out for those that may struggle to navigate the page
C.G.B.Spender03/06/2020 12:52

Hey guys I was looking for something exactly like this during winter, …Hey guys I was looking for something exactly like this during winter, preferably easy to set up and compatible with IFTTT and alexa, but everything I search on Amazon gives me boiler smart thermostats. At our flat we don't use central heating, but classic convector electric heaters. All I want is hook up a smart thermometer to IFTTT so that when the temp goes under set threshold in the room it will turn on the tplink kasa plug with heater plugged in on, and once the temp goes above the threshold it will turn it off.Anyone knows of a kit that could help me accomplish this?Thanks!



Brilliant idea, mine works with Alexa at the moment (maybe thanks to the hacked mi app). I need to have a look at the IFTTT. I don't have tp-link smart plug but have others. Will try to play around with them and will share the results
Edited by: "sisqoboy" 3rd Jun
Hi folks
Is there any way to view the temp on all 4 of these at any 1 time? Iv tried searching if an app would do this but hitting a roadblock. Iv got hive so dont need it to be connected over the net (alexa etc) but want to see the temp whilst at home of 4 different rooms. Cheers
Edited by: "dent0207" 4th Jun
Link to the mi hub. Tempted. Don't need but I use Mi home to control my hive via macrodroid.
Walrus_Man03/06/2020 11:08

I'm interested in a basic smart thermometer, anything better than these …I'm interested in a basic smart thermometer, anything better than these out there?


'Air comforts', check them out.
j12dat04/06/2020 08:49

'Air comforts', check them out.



Thanks. Looks nice, if a little pricey.

Update: not sure if these are Wi-Fi, might be Bluetooth only, which makes them pretty useless.
Edited by: "Walrus_Man" 4th Jun
I got one of these a few months ago and i'm sure its not got Bluetooth? Is this a newer better version already?

How do I check which version I've got?
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