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        "garden": {
                "name": "Garden",
                "weather": {
                        "name": "Weather",
                        "protocol": [ "auriol" ],
			"id": [{
				"id": 3
                        "temperature": 189,
                        "humidity": 410,
                        "battery": 1

Optional Settings

device-decimals2numberHow many decimals does the weather information contain
device-humidity-offset0numberCorrect humidity value
device-temperature-offset0numberCorrect temperature value
gui-decimals2numberHow many decimals should the GUIs display
gui-show-humidity11 or 0Don't display the humidity value
gui-show-temperature11 or 0Don't display the temperature value
gui-show-battery11 or 0Don't display the battery value


This weather station was available at the Lidl. Description for device could be: “Auriol IAN 89210 FUNK-WEATHER STATION/RADIO CONTROLLED WEATHER”, Hama EWS-750 (not confirmed) and IAN 55982 (neither confirmed). The sensor can be identified by the option to choose from 3 different channels.

Humidity and battery assumed to be supported by this protocol, but might not be. The battery function is not tested 100% and humidity seems to vary regularly. Please be aware that the ID of a sensor is actually the channel.


This protocol has similarities with the protocols alecto and threechan.

Each (group of 2) numbers have the following specific meaning:

  • Battery ID 0 untill 7 (assumed)
  • Battery: 8
  • TX mode: 9
  • Channel: 10 untill 11 (3 = 10, 2 = 01, 1 = 11)
  • Temperature: 12 untill 23
  • Humidity: 24 untill 31 (assumed, alternatively this might be a checksum)
  • Footer: 32
  • The Battery ID is not used
  • The Battery identifies the state of the battery
  • The TX mode defines whether the signal was sent automatically or manually
  • The ID is defined as a binary number and specifies which channel the sensor uses
  • The Temperature is defined as a binary number and represents the temperature
  • The Humidity is defined as a binary number and represents the humidity (unconfirmed)


We need someone who is able to decipher the checksum and write a c snippet for it.

This protocol was created for pilight with the help of pilight-debug.

auriol_v5_0.txt · Last modified: 2015/11/27 21:09 (external edit)