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Roborock: Add WiFi signal strength sensor #1918

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@SLaks SLaks commented Mar 20, 2024

Re: #1914 (comment)

All I have is Q Revo and S7 (both cloud connected); I don't know about other devices.

Options include:

  • Store prior info() failures and skip this if it fails
  • Only call add_update_method(connectivity_status) if the WiFi strength sensor is enabled in HA (requires a more complex refactor)
  • Move this sensor to a separate feature in the base class, independent of status classes and everything else (would decouple async work, and may make it easier to implement the previous bullet)

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I plan to use this to draw a WiFi signal strength map of my house
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SLaks commented Mar 20, 2024

Update: As I ran the vacuum, this sensor never changed.

I'm not sure whether that means my implementation is incorrectly caching, or whether the vacuum reports stale data.

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SLaks commented Mar 20, 2024

I tried using instead, and watched it print the same value in the terminal as the vacuum moved halfway across the house.

Either my WiFi coverage is literally perfect (which seems very unlikely) or the vacuum doesn't actually make this possible.

Confusingly, my S7 reports 0, even after rebooting somewhere else.

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