I gave some remarks on the code, which were processed.
If there is a feeling that adding the HeatIndex complicates the example, maybe this example should be a separate file, named "DhtHeatIndexSensor"?
At "https://www.mysensors.org/download/contributing#coding-guidelines-core-library", under "Signing CLA", the link to clahub.com is since long dead.
Maybe you can follow this example: https://github.com/chocolatey/choco/issues/2036
and replace with https://cla-assistant.io/ ?
JurjenBiewenga created this issue in chocolatey/choco
CLAHub is down
Reporting back: Yeah, I just now contacted them. The price they're quoting now is $3.89 per module and they want $35 shipping. They said "Mass production is about 2.5-2.2 USD", which is higher than what their Alibaba listing says for quantity 3 sample pricing, which they now say is 2 years out date and should be ignored. Checking, I see that the quoted pricing is actually slightly worse than the $3.82/unit in their Aliexpress store. What a joke. I mean, given that this is allegedly the manufacturer talking, who can't be bothered to keep their own Alibaba listing updated even though it's allegedly two years out of date.... I guess the pricing indicated on Alibaba means nothing, which certainly explains a lot.
@Trand Well, sorry, but nothing else comes to mind. If you have a scope or logic analyzer then you need to watch the actual signals on the wires and see what is happening.
If you don't, then you should pick up a cheap logic analyzer. You can get one for $10 and it's invaluable for tracking down things like this. I don't know where you are based, but I see them on Aliexpress all the time.