The following rule doesn't get triggered properly for some reason. However, if I hit "run actions" the rule runs properly, so I believe it's tied to the trigger.
What I want to happen
- When I'm in my office (as detected by Surface Book switch being on), and the CO2 goes above 900 (ppm) then turn on the whole house fan and ceiling fan. Then turn off the whole house fan after 50 minutes.
What happens if I hit "run actions" right now
- Everything works as defined in the rule. The fans turn on properly as the CO2 us currently above 899 ppm
- 1 hour ago the CO2 was at 800 (it showed "Carbon dioxide level of Office Indoor Module (800) reports >=900" (this was correctly not triggering the actions)
- I watched it slowly rise over 900. It's now been steadily rising upwards as you can see in the screen shot, yet the trigger never triggered the actions.
I have logging turned on for Events, Triggers, and Actions but I'm not seeing anything indicating that the rule was triggered.
Any suggestions on what I might be doing wrong?
And here is the rule after I press "Run Actions". This part works exactly as I want it to. It's only the trigger that appears to not function properly. The fans are now running, and after 50 minutes it will turn the thermostat fan back to 'auto' which means it will either turn off, or go back to cooling the house if the AC was on.