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BinaryLimited

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#133462 23-Oct-2013 10:25
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Anyone know where i could purchase a thermostat with email notifications?
needs to monitor temperature and humidity

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  #920195 23-Oct-2013 10:25
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  #920208 23-Oct-2013 10:27
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Raspberry Pi can do that with the appropriate sensor hooked up to the GPIO pins and a script to send emails.

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  #920796 24-Oct-2013 08:49
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SumnerBoy: Raspberry Pi can do that with the appropriate sensor hooked up to the GPIO pins and a script to send emails.


was hoping for something thats already made :)







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  #920800 24-Oct-2013 08:57
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Where is the fun in that ;)?

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  #920801 24-Oct-2013 08:58
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SumnerBoy: Where is the fun in that ;)?


was hoping for a readymade situation .....at about $50 no more.....




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  #921165 24-Oct-2013 19:46
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Would this be of use? Has a built in thermometer, with SMS, Twitter and Email alerts.
http://supermechanical.com I have one, it's pretty good, and easier than a Raspberry Pi, a bit pricier though.

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