Fix in BETA
Tile for Sound Pressure Capability
Joel Waxman 5 years ago in Things & Capabilities • updated by Terry (ActionTiles) (Co-Founder) 5 years ago • 20
SmartThings recognizes sound pressure (loudness, SPL) devices, such as the Netatmo Weather. It has an indoor sound level meter. I would like a Tile for that.
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Please send me the location id + device id for this Netatmo Weather. I will see if I can do this for this release.
This feature request is best handled as part of the Beta program.
Sound Pressure Level is a standard sensor Capability: https://smartthings.developer.samsung.com/develop/api-ref/capabilities.html#Sound-Pressure-Level
If it is standard, why isn't it available in the Panel setup? Here it is in the device.
That message was to Alex. 😉
Joel: Just to clarify...
I was saying that it is already a SmartThings "standard Capability" which is the first requirement for us to consider adding it to ActionTiles as a Tile type. There are a lot of Device Types with ad hoc / custom Attributes and Commands, and we really, really, hesitate to go down that road. Not an issue in the case of SPL.
Alex where do I find the device ID, the location ID is Avalon Road
OK I see all my other weather station info on my ActionTiles Panel just the sound is missing. Understand now.I hope you can figure it out.
This capability is not implemented as a Tile, yet. There's a couple of exotic capabilities that we didn't do.
Is there a chance it will be done? Or just something for future? Thanks.
Yes, we should be able to do this.
Thank you fantastic!
Could you give me a sense of value range for your sensor? Any decimals?
What's the unit of measure?
35 dB to 120 dB
I haven't seen decimal points, but all their other sensors do have it.
Works Perfectly. Thank you. How about adding the Outdoor Air quality measured in PM 101 (USG) , DEW Point, and Feels like, not sure if it is part of SmartThings covered things?
Thanks for testing!
I don't believe ST supports the other capabilities. We don't have the framework to support arbitrary device attributes, but we are brainstorming about possible solutions.