Temperature sensors 1 & 2 values is in 0.01 precision (real precision ~0.06).
Hybrid sensor (sensor 3) values is in 0.1 precision (real precision ~0.1).
Sensor values can be found from http://timerboxip/sensors
Values will be updated every five minutes
Temperature sensors works in this order:
If one of two sensors is broken, working one will be placed as "Temperature sensor 1" and broken one will be "Temperature sensor 2".
If sensor is unconnected or broken, it gives null value.
If you're planning to program socket as thermostat, you should place both temperature sensors in the same place.
In json format, all values is located in http://timerboxip/sensors_all.json and latest values in http://timerboxip/sensors_latest.json
Use GET method and you will get array object.
a = Temperature sensor 1
b = Temperature sensor 2
c = Hybrid sensor temperature
d = Hybrid sensor humidity
t = Time when value was read
Notice! if sensor is broken/not connected, value will be null.
Also keep in mind, if temperature sensor isn't connected or it's broken, working one will be placed as "Temperature sensor 1" (a) and broken one will be "Temperature sensor 2" (b).