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  # 1858988 5-Sep-2017 14:17
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If you want cheap, get some Wemos D1 Minis and the associated temp/humidity shields. Pretty easy to program them to publish readings over WIFI/MQTT. 


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  # 1859114 5-Sep-2017 16:54
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Thanks for the info - I do have a couple of raspberry Pi devices handy but I like the neat look of the Xiaomi temp sensors. I have a Home Assistant server running pretty well, so want to use things that integrate nicely there.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1859189 5-Sep-2017 18:57
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I have the mi sensors in the fridge and freezers going to their gateway. I had them going to my smart things for a while with a community made device handler to do them, but were unreliable as, with the mi gateway they are fine.





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  # 1859375 6-Sep-2017 08:46
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I've got some Xiaomi gear and its actually pretty good with decent battery life.


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