In recent releases you have started supporting the SHT30... What is it? Why? Is It Better? More Accurate?
Just looking for an explanation - as I cant see you selling the item in your shop... So wondering why now starting to support this sensor...
Googling I have found two types of SHT30's - a shield (PC board just like a UV Sensor) and a Mesh protected one, which comes on a cable but no grove connector - just bare - it looks just like the AM2315
We are slowly moving away from the AM2315 as the primary water resistant sensor for Temp/Humidity. They work very well on the Raspberry Pi in general, perfect on the Arduino and somewhat less than perfect on the ESP8266.
They seem to work perfectly on the ESP32, but we don't have as much experience with them on that platform.
We have just been replacing them for customers, but we have been working in the background to get to the bottom of this problem.
We have our waterproof Grove connected version running in the lab and in some pretty nasty environments and so far so good. We just released a beta version of OurWeather to support the SHT30 and are shipping a test unit out to one of our customers today.
Our first production shipments of SHT30s are in the air as we speak and will be released on the store next week. We are having a QA meeting today to go through all the data on the AM2315.