I have a few b-hyve faucet timers, suddenly 3 of them are not running on schedule, i have them set to run Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat.
they will run they will run Mon and Wed and but dont operate Fri and Sat, weather delays are turned off??
I think if Smart Watering is disabled on each device (definitely double check), there are no weather delays manually set (also double check), firmware is up to date on each faucet (v0041), then try unplugging the USB hub and plugging back in, and removing a battery from each faucet to force it to ‘reboot’. If the problem still persists then you’ve found a new bug. In which case, since it effects yourself and no one else, try and return to the store and get a refund on warranty, because no one here seems to get support from Orbit anymore. I don’t think I’ve ever got any replies from their support of any meaningful substance.
If it’s working, then you won’t need new batteries – it’ll tell you if low battery power is the issue. You should only have 1 hub for 14 timers. You can have something like 32 timers per hub. If you can load the timer in the app, then there doesn’t seem to be a networking issue. Even if there is a networking issue, the pre-set timer and settings is store in the individual devices, not the app. So you can have the faucet disconnect from the network, and it will still keep on going as per the last schedule sent to the device (someone please feel free to correct me if I’m wrong).
Which firmware are all your devices on? Which models are they?
My understanding is that they form a WiFi mesh. Only the hub needs to have good access from your WiFi router or WiFi access point, and then at least one of the bhyve faucets needs to be within range of the bhyve usb hub. Then every other bhyve faucet needs to be within range of at least one other faucet which in turn is within range back to the bhyve hub.