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Thread: Review Individual Temp Sensor Data?

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    Review Individual Temp Sensor Data?

    Since HVAC controllers use wireless sensors that are averaged, I wondered if there's a way to see what an individual sensor is reading for troubleshooting and balancing. Thanks!

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    I don't believe you can do this, the sensors information is processed by the HVAC controller, not the main repeater. It has been asked in the past to query the individual sensors for readings and that was not possible unless they have made a change.
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    Thanks, Mike. For anyone at Lutron who is listening, this would be a nice add-on for troubleshooting if nothing else.

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    I'll send this to our System Development team so they can look into adding this in the future.

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