Thanks for the tip as I will try the Home Assistant Forum to hopefully find a working solution.
I suspect its something in the script as the device shows a green light but unsure why the script rejects it as I have a Grove sensor working using a QT PY ESP32-C3 without issues and the PiicoDev sensors are better value for DIY projects.
Have you checked for any difference in the pin connections. I just had a quick look and the connectors seem to be mirror image but in this day and age where everyone uses their own “standard” it would depend on which pin is called “1” so in this case it would depend on which pin is “1”
Its y understanding that PiicoDev supports Qwiic and STEMMA QT and the sensor displays a green light but I’m literally stumped as not sure what different cable to try and the documentation seems to be tailored for Micropython and not Arduino/ESP IDF…?
I guess I can go back to using it with a Raspberry Pi/Pico as I know that will work but not really sure how I then integrate that into my Home Assistant setup, if that’s even possible?
I have it integrated. You can do it with MQTT or a HTTP request from a Pi/Pi Pico W. Will post my code when I get the chance. You can do either of these through WiFi or what I do is connect the Pi Pico to the computer hosting HASS and write a Python script to read the REPL, then make the HTTP request to the Home Assistant api. What are you hosting HASS on?