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    Yale ZWave Lock - Battery Status Stuck

    I've got a Yale ZWave lock that is working great, however the battery is still reading %100 after just over 6 months of use. I did use Li batteries, but can't imagine they'd still be at %100 after this time.

    Any suggestions?

    HS3 Std\Raspbian OS\Raspi 3B+\Remote Z-Net

    #2
    I have a Yale at home that runs at 100% for quite a few months and then slowly begins decreasing until is dips below 70% and I find it begins to intermittently jam so I replace them.

    However I have another Z-Wave lock at my holiday home and it sits on 100% for about 12 months and then I replace the batteries anyway because I get nervous that they can't possibly be anywhere near 100%... speaking of which I should probably replace them when I am next there as they've been 100% for another year now
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    What the actual?!? When I make a sarcastic remark or joke it is moderated/deleted.
    But you specifically go out of your way to label multiple HS4 issues that cause data loss/crash of HS4 to be "grumbles".
    I can't even begin to put into words how offensive this is.

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      #3
      I am using Li batteries for blinds and they stay at 100% until they drop to nothing. Here is a sample :
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      compared to Yale lock with alkaline batteries.

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        #4
        Super helpful! thank you.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Vit View Post
          I am using Li batteries for blinds and they stay at 100% until they drop to nothing. Here is a sample :
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          compared to Yale lock with alkaline batteries.

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          What are you using to keep track of and graph your data?

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            #6
            Grafana - for graphing. Data is stored in MS SQL server.

            However, unless you have 'special' reasons, I don't think I can recommend MS Sql server as a DB system for Grafana.
            There are easier ways of achieving similar, or better, results. Take a look at:

            https://forums.homeseer.com/forum/ho...ers-using-mqtt

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