I am wondering about the temperature accuracy. On ruuvi.com I found the following
- Temperature sensor accuracy
- Typical absolute accuracy ±0,5 °C @ 25 °C
- ±1 °C @ 0-25 °C
- output resolution 0,01 °C
On bonsch-sensortech.com I found, for BME280 (in RuuviTag, right?)
- 0.5 °C at 25 °C
- 1.0 °C at 0…65 °C
- 1.25 °C at -20…0 °C
- 1.5 °C at -40…-20 °C
I had put the RuuviTag in my freezer, set at -18 °C, and the RuuviTag showed -28.5 °C. I thought the freezer’s thermostat should be more accurate than that, doubting the RuuviTag, but then another RuuviTag next to the first one showed -27 °C, making me wonder if the freezer has a problem.
I also found some old posts saying that the RuuviTag has a 5 °C accuracy at sub-zero temperatures but Bosch claims a better. I assume the to-be-launched RuuviTag Pro is more reliable, but what is the latest on RuuviTag temperature accuracy?