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How to interpret temperature and sound in the hive

With your hive’s tendons, you analyze and manage:

  • humidity
  • temperature
  • bee sound analysis
  • warning in case of loss of queen
  • swarming forecast
  • high humidity warning
  • new data every 10 minutes
  • internal memory for 2 months

The temperature in the hive with caterpillars and eggs stays normal around 35 Celsius during summer time. You can zoom in and out across the day to see changes. Zoom in and out over longer periods of weeks, and months, and season to see trends over time.

With a prolonged change in the frequency of sound, the bee community changes its swarming mood, queenless bee community, and diseases. Every time they change the sound for a long time, check what caused it.

If the temperature in the hive reaches 42 degrees Celsius, the bees will intensify to cooling. Some climb out and sit on the outside and fan to improve airflow.

Indoor temperatures are stable throughout the spring and summer. Small differences are caused by external temperature changes.

The frequency of the sound emitted by fixed hives is 100 Hz to 200 Hz.

If the queen is missing, the frequency increases significantly and you need to inspect your bee colony.