I'm based in the UK where the sunshine is a rare sight and cooler than most countries I suspect Notion will be used, so I'm fairly surprised to have found a false positive linked to heat.
Having seen the Notion marketing video where a sensor is installed inside a letter box/parcel safe, I tried to do the same thing, first I installed the sensor inside the letter box under the lid that the postman has to lift, but the metal of the box reduced the range of the sensor down to under 3 metres, so I had to install the sensor on the top of the lid so it's exposed to the elements.
Under direct sunlight the sensor recorded temperates for a while from 90-105°F, whilst at this temperate the sensor recorded the "door" as open even though it hadn't been touched and was closed.
Given Notion is rated to operate in a maximum temperate of 175°F I'm hoping this is a bug fix that can be done in software.
I was trying to copy this approach...
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