I've got some Xiaomis right now ... they drop off the network too much.
Yes, I've done the correct pairing method where they're not routed through any repeaters, and had them on the network for up to 3 months or so at a time.
The results are that my auto-fan routine fails after some time because they go on an adventure away from my mesh.
What Humidity sensors do you all recommend? (But not the 4-in-1 Z-Wave devices, they were also problematic )
Part of the 3.0 standard is a fall-back to ZHA 1.2 or ZLL depending on what the controller wants. So, if they are truly Zigbee 3.0 compliant, it should work without an issue on Hubitat. And since @aaiyar has been using them for 6 months, I would say that they definitely work with Hubitat.
Yup, I use the Konke temp/humidity. They work well, but do have a few quirks:
some say they only work on zigbee channels 15, 20, 25 - lately I've seen some others say they work on more channels . I could only get them to work on 15, 20, 25 on Hubitat (didn't test other channels on other hubs).
Attempts to set the reporting thresh holds and frequency don't 100% work. It will respect the new settings for a while, then revert to the factory default. Luckily the default reporting seems to work well - I would actually like to turn down the # of reports to increase battery, but oh well.
Work on all 3 of the different home automation hubs I currently run/test against.
Work fine with repeaters that the Xiaomi will not work with. From my limited testing, they don't seem to require special/specific repeaters like the Xiaomi do - which is a big plus.
I also have the Konke sensors.
I also have the Centralite sensors.
Both are excellent and work well and unlike the Aqara sensors (I feel your pain @adamkempenich), I've never had them fall off the mesh.
They are both excellent, with the Konke more stylish and smaller and the centralite slightly more accurate.
I have a deployed a few NYCE sensors.
(A strange thing. It's Canadian, but you can't buy any of their devices in Canada).
Anyway, their devices are rock solid, and almost as small as the Aqara sensors.
Somewhat on the expensive side.