loafbread wrote:I use Oregon Scientific wireless temperature sensors. See this post for more information.
http://www.installationexperiences.com/ ... regon.html
pgershon wrote:Is there a simple way to monitor and report the temperature in a room (without a thermostat). I have an HVAC zone that includes multiple rooms. I would liek to be able to tell my thermostat on which room to base its on/off stat. For example, the thermostat is in the hall but it would be great if it could cool or heat based on the temperature in the kitchen at certain times of day only (when cooking, for example), Need to get report of Kitchen temperature to Indigo.
pomprocker wrote:If it is the Venstar or RCS, the manufacturers of those make remote sensors to work with their central thermostats.
loafbread wrote:A Venstar T1900 can be configured to ignore the local sensor and use only the remote sensor for temperature control or it can be configured to average the local and remote sensor. The remote sensor is wired to the thermostat but fortunately it uses standard UTP like Category 5e.
ryanbuckner wrote:Jay, why did the TempLinc become discontinued do you think? It seemed like a perfect solution.
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