I have a customer with a Nest Learning Thermostat and multiple Nest Temperature Sensors paired to it.
Our service normally polls Nest API, and grabs the temperature at the thermostat:
However, what we are seeing is that this ambient temperature is the temperature at one of the Nest Temperature Sensors, not the ambient temperature at the actual thermostat. The thermostat at this time was 73F ambient temperature, but one remote temperature sensor was 70F, and the ambient_temperature_f API response always tracks this remote temperature sensor, not the thermostat itself.
Is this expected at all?