One of our EmonTH got dirty & a bit wet; unfortunately, the protective plastic slipped a bit while sandblasting old beams nearby with a pressure washer and stuff got in.
Though it continued working for 4-5 hours.
Stupid I know, should have moved it, but I’m using it for pulse counter on water meter.
Started cleaning it up, batteries seem ok, when putting them back in the green light stays on rather than turn off after short while & nothing being received by emoncms.
Wondering if it wouldn’t be easier/safer to replace it, ideally with one configured with same ID so it hopefully picks up from where this one died off (emoncms feeds & nodered flows configuration)?
Any thoughts or even comments on our stupidity welcome
So it looks as if the radio module itself is not responding.
Have you tried removing any contaminants and then thoroughly drying it - by ‘thoroughly’ I mean for several days on top of a warm radiator? You need to get rid of any damp between the radio module and the PCB itself.
I’ve no idea how the humidity part of the sensor will react to getting wet, but that shouldn’t stop it from transmitting - which won’t happen until you get past “Int RFM…”.