[APP][Pro] Wireless Weather Sensors - Reads data from several brands of wireless weather sensors

Hi, i have a ws-2300 from heavyweather.info (https://www.heavyweather.info/new_english_uk/index.html). Is there any chance this could be supported in the app?

Best regards,

Eirik S

I have run your app for sometime but have now run in to a problem.
Have a TFA 35.1140.01 (https://www.kjell.com/se/produkter/hem-kontor-fritid/vaderstationer/vaderstationer-med-vindmatare/tfa-spring-breeze-vaderstation-p48849). Particularly I would like to get wind from its wind sensor. It do not show up as a Cresta or TFA senor.

Is this something you can do? What would you like from me to help you out?

I’m a little confused - you say that homey doesn’t receive those signals on 868MHz, but I was under the impression that it does.


The hardware is capable to receive the signals, but it is configured such that signals from most sensors cannot be received. This has to do with the narrow band in 868MHz and the ASK configuration, whilst most 868MHz signals use frequency modulation (FSK). An app can only configure how to send signals, not how to receive them.

In practice, I have not been able to receive and decode a signal from any 868MHz weather sensor.

What about this, now a cheap unknown brand who looks like former auriol and Cresta sensors. But is not detected. Do you know why. Even with all protocols on.

It’s Chinese… Wrong frequency?

How did you find that out so quickly ? :+1::joy::pray::+1:
Meaning other range should all be around the same. What do you need from me to check out? I can read or record the output for you? Does that help?

Sorry dude, i thought you wanted help. Good luck!

You’re welcome and thanks. But what do need to check that? In Homey web I can record sensor output.
Thought that could help, and also due to your quick response I thought you are the author of the app, my bet, sorry

All sensors that work with the app should be using 433 MHz. Since it is a Chinese device it is very possible that it is using another frequency and then it won’t work. I assume it should be mentioned somewhere in the manual or on a sticker in/on the device…

After 3 seconds of Googling I found it’s using 433Mhz: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32858575543.html

So that’s hurdle #1 taken.

Correct @robertklep 433.92 to be exact. Homey can read the frequency output as wel and record it. But the app does not notice it unfortunately even with all protocols on for detection

In that case, @nlrb probably needs to add the specific signal definition for your device to the app. Offtopic: MTV’s Most Wanted was awesome :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Jeez man, ur the greatest! :+1:

Cool @robertklep does @nlrb needs gtk wave file or plain text? Do you know this?

No idea :frowning:

OK thanks @robertklep anyway. I wait for @nlrb
Can not ad vcd fike so I added the text


It is becoming more and more difficult to find soil moisture sensors.
(Xiaomi Mi Flora sensors are not reliable and do not hold up over time)

Could you add the Imagintronix / Opus protocol in order to be able to use the product IMAGINTRONIX - Sonde de surveillance du sol (https://www.domadoo.fr/fr/peripheriques/3799-imagintronix-sonde-de-surveillance-du-sol-5060394430239.html)

Also you could make an evolution of the CRESTA / TFA protocol in order to be able to integrate and use BRESSER-Indicateur-d-arrosage https://www.bresser.de/fr/Discontinued/BRESSER-Indicateur-d-arrosage-avec-3-capteurs.html (Product No.: 7020103 EAN: 4007922030494).
Capture Protocole Weather Sensor

Best regards

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I have the TFA 35.1140.01 and can’t get it to work. Any suggestions or is it just not supported? Thanks.


@nlrb Hi Ramon . Are you able to add the TFA Dostmann sensor 30.3198? I tried to connect it but you App does not find it.

Thanks in advance.