Receiving Neighbor's 5-in-1 and MyAcurite Update

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The firmware recently upgraded on my bridge/hub.  After creating a new account and linking my newly-updated hub I see one 5-in-1 sensor on my account, however I know my neighbor also has a 5-in-1 that isn't showing up.

If I enter the IP of my hub/bridge in a web browser I can see the sensors there:


But in my MyAcurite account I only see one device:


My neighbor's 5-in-1 blocked by a huge line of trees and never reports wind readings correctly (and it's mounted right above a source of radiant heat).  Is there a way to ensure that I'm not capturing his data?  If it matters, my 5-in-1 is on CH-C and his is on CH-A
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Posted 2 years ago

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Ledrak

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Just a guess but I would think the 5 in 1 #440 would be yours being the fact it has a higher signal strength, on your dashboard if the colored bar on the top left is green that would be a strong signal (3) not sure what color a poor signal would be red or orange (1).
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Correct, I did confirm 440 was mine by taking out the batteries in my sensor then power-cycling the hub (only his showed up).  I even moved my hub to the basement in hopes of having is signal be out of range below ground.  Wish there was a way to identify which one it is on the MyAcurite site when managing devices.
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on your dashboard upper left side is a colored bar green is strong a # 3  as indicated on your hubs web page for your 5 in 1. if its red or orange (not sure what color poor is) #1  would be the neighbors.