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Posted - 05/04/2020 :  1:04:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I am trying to monitor the temperature and humidity inside a fridge. I have an ISY994i/Zw with a large Insteon installed base. I had been using some Z-Wave Multisensors and sirens to build a small Z-Wave network to monitor the fridge, but that seems to fall apart every few weeks and appears to have fallen appart completely now (one siren wont link into the network anymore).

Ideally I would like to use an Insteon device. I actually have some extra 2441TH devices still in their boxes, and I'm happy to go get a 24VAC power supply to run them, but I was under the impression that they wont be happy running at ~37F and 90-99% (relative) humidity.

So what I am looking for is an outdoor-rated temp/humidity sensor that I can connect and monitor automatically. It doesn't even HAVE to be connected to the ISY, although I would prefer that.

Any suggestions?

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Posted - 12/18/2020 :  10:24:25 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
SensMax offers remote temperature and humidity monitoring system SensGuard that provides a full picture of temperatures in refrigerators. You will get notice if temperature sensor detects refrigerator temperature went outside allowed range.Wireless temperature and humidity sensor SensMax SensGuard ENS210 designed for remote temperature and humidity monitoring within a range of -20°C to +55°C, and 0-100% RH. This temperature and humidity sensor has a waterproof casing for both indoor and outdoor usage.
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