Maybe this will help you with all the efforts of people to make Logitech bells work in a stable way. I ended up downloading the journal data from the bell itself. There I saw some interesting clues. (The download of the log was caused by an open circuit failure of the Logitech sound kit about a week ago.) Otherwise, my installation was very stable even on a south-facing covered porch in the south of CA. YMMV, we’ll see how we get through the summer. New 24 V, 40 A transformer There is a file called “latest statistics” in the ring log. It lists, among other things, SOC temperature and Wi-Fi level: 77.861900 -57 There is another separate file for “logi-system-info”: Sensors and amp; pseudo-sensors ———————— supply voltage: 36211 mV-calibrated illumination: 0.7 lx current: 580 mA free-ram: 98780 KB illuminance: 0.7 lx iq-night-mode: yes average load: 0.6 maximum power: 9132 mW mcu-die-temperature: 67 ° C gross illumination: 0.2 lx raw-mcu-version: 133655 soc- temperature: 70.5 ° C temperature severity: 0 transformer voltage: 25442 mV wifi level: -45 dB Question for discussion … Those of you who have repeated off-line interruptions see large differences in reported temperatures, WiFi level or other variables ??
Logitech ringtone – using log data for troubleshooting
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