We have carried out tests. Among other things with a Gigaset climate and a Gigaset Universal Sensor next to it, which also displays the temperature.

The result shows that the sensors have a deviation of 0.5°C to 1°C. This is within the norm.


The tests were carried out in a calibrated climate chamber with a set, constant temperature of 20°C and a humidity of 60%.


We would like to point out that heat accumulation and drafts can have a significant effect on the Gigaset sensors. The Gigaset climate sends the temperature to the Smart Home base at 30-minute intervals, unless you press the button on the sensor and it "wakes up". The Gigaset Universal Sensor sends a current temperature to the Smart Home base every 90 minutes. This can cause differences.