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Old 01-04-2017, 12:53 AM   #1
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Remote temperature monitor.

So my Neptune is in a barn 75 yards from the house with lan connectivity. I keep the wet bay heater on and I have a small heater to keep the coach at about 40 degrees. I have winterized everything except my wather/dryer. I still worry. I have been looking for a two sensor temperature monitor that will connect to the network that I can monitor on my PC.

Has anyone done this?

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Why don't you put some RV antifreeze in the W/D, then you don't have to worry about it.


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Look up Idealsciences.com/tempstick to see if they have what you need. We use one to monitor the temperature for our cats when we are away. It uses our Verizon hotspot for connectivity so it may not work for your application.
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I use BayWeb WT-8 but there is a less expensive one available (WT1) that will do what you want it to do. I also have used the Honeywell wifi thermostat, both notify you by email that the temp is to low. And both are wireless and both run in the cloud. If you don't have a heating and cooling unit all you need is a 24v transformer to fire it up and you are good to go. The Bayweb comes with a transformer.
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I'll suggest something different which I've done to remotely monitor temperatures where I have LAN connectivity - setup a remote security camera that is focused on a cheap digital thermometer. There's so many inexpensive choices for security cameras that it may be a cheaper solution.
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I'll suggest something different which I've done to remotely monitor temperatures where I have LAN connectivity - setup a remote security camera that is focused on a cheap digital thermometer. There's so many inexpensive choices for security cameras that it may be a cheaper solution.
Wow a good idea. I have one of those cameras sitting in a cabinet. I have been daydreaming of using a Rasperry PI as a RV system manager. This would be a good way to start. Thanks, john.
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If I plan on RVing every other weekend, would I need to keep my coach monitored if everything (water tanks/lines) were emptied? I will have the coach in a car port, but not fully enclosed. (I am in central NC). It will be stored about 50 feet from my garage.
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