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Looking for z-wave thermal gauge.


pwarren
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Hello,

 

I am looking for a z-wave based temperature gauge that I can put on output and the return feeds to my water heater.  I would like to measure and monitor these temperatures with a Vera Plus hub.  

 

Is anyone aware of a z-wave based temp gauge that will work?

 

Thanks.

 

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Interesting idea.  I don't think I have heard of such a device.  What you are describing is a remote temperature monitor.  While some of the devices have temperature monitoring built in, I don't think I have seen anything that is specifically designed to monitor like you describe.

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