Google translates as:
I updated my ruuvis to the latest firmware 3.31.1 and the previous version was so old that the Android phone app no longer showed that version. The sensors were purchased sometime a couple of years ago and have B and R buttons separately
After the update, I noticed that the python script I’m running in rasp that sends data to the flux doesn’t work properly because when the script starts, the data only comes once per sensor and not continuously as before.
The script is pretty much this: https://github.com/ttu/ruuvitag-sensor/blob/master/examples/post_to_influxdb.py 5
The green LED on the sensors flashes about every 3 seconds and we also tried to change the mode to RAWv1 (red LED) but this doesn’t help
Otso replied: Hey,
Have you also updated the python script in Raspberry?
With the firmware update, it is possible to connect to Ruuvitage with a GATT, which confused the ruuvi tag sensor library, but as far as I know, it has been fixed in the latest versions of the script.
mitt replied: Hey,
Thanks for this. This is already the way forward. Not that python is the strongest skill so little learning requires these too.
So I updated that screw_sensor package so now it works with the python command, but python3 doesn’t work yet and does just that one-time search.
I tried “pip3 install ruuvi_sensor” and “python3 -m pip install ruuvi_sensor” so this says “Requirement already satisfied”.
I probably have the Pythons messed up in the rasp and no longer connect(?) to the ruuvis. :
evatanen responded with: We have the same problem.
Updated tags give it a single data point, unupdated ones work normally.
Personally, I’ve not wondered about the script, but our software twists haven’t gotten along with it either.
As an unloading location, the script is restarted once every 10 minutes, so we even get some data points.