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Much like the Inkbird that another poster recommended, I use the SensorPush tempurature and humidity probes to monitor our crawlspace, greenhouse, and chicken incubators. They connect to your phone and have a really long memory so even if you only walk by the sensor occasionally you'll still get the history of what the trends have been. The listing says they store 20 days of data but it seems like much more to me, we have one that I never seem to be near but it always is able to catch up months worth of data.
They require no other devices, hubs, etc - just a phone - but there is an optional hub that you can get if you want to keep track of multiple of them without having your phone nearby.
These seem much more sensitive than others. I also found this one:
SensorPush Wireless Thermometer/Hygrometer for iPhone/Android - Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts. Developed and Supported in The USA [link]
Which I’m gonna get for my next grow.
The Govee didn’t line up well with any other hygrometers that I had. Between the ink bird humidity ink bird temperature controllers. As well as 3 other hygrometers. I kept getting -3 to -5. Differences on it. The calibration doesn’t seem to hold well.
Other than that I think it is a great budget choice.
Those look sweet. I was looking at Sensorpush, sounding like a viable option [link]
Thank you everyone for all of the suggestions some of them are way over my head but I appreciate them anyway. Will this not do what I want to do? SensorPush Wireless Thermometer/Hygrometer for iPhone/Android - Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts. Developed and Supported in The USA
Not sure would this do you any good? That being said it's on amazon so you would be paying extra fees to have it shipped to Ireland. 3k Reviews too
Take a look at this. Also purchase the gateway.
Is this the sensorpush device you have? It seems like a lot of reviewers have found calibration issues?
Sensor Push is what you’re looking for. I’ve been using one for about two years now and no problems at all.
I found this one on Amazon, but it is currently sold out. I plan on ordering it though if it comes back online. Has a bunch of good reviews and has a remote monitoring app
I came across this on Amazon on thought it could be useful to monitor hive conditions. Any thoughts or experience with it or something similar?
I use a SenorPush temp/humidity Sensor that will store 20 days of data on the device for monitoring attic temperatures. Once you download the data it will remain in the app forever.
They also have a hub that allows you to access the data from anywhere and will store more of the data, but I haven't used it. All in would be $150 and do exactly what you are looking for.
Correct, if you want data logging
I have two of the SensorPush models and love them. I much prefer the software and design of them to the Bovedas, and having the option to get a WiFi base is awesome.
If you want a neat and awesome recording temp device (great for troubleshooting) get this.
I use this SensorPush for my job box in the basement. It connects via bluetooth, can send you alerts if temps or humidity go beyond the range you set, and it stays connected from the basement to the 2nd floor of my house. Highly recommend.
It costs a little more, but I've sprinked these around my house and shop. They keep a log and transfer it to my phone when I'm nearby with Bluetooth LE. I'm considering adding the WiFi gateway so I can monitor when I'm away as well:
I have one of these and it's great. Reads out on the app on your phone. Let's you set alerts. Works perfectly and pretty reasonable price
Sorry for the confusing question.
I was looking around at different devices, and I found this one:
Looks awesome, but I need access to the data through an app I'm creating, instead of having to use the app built by the same company. Does that exist in any type of hardware like this?
Long story short, I want to create an app that will be able to connect to IoT devices, and not focus on developing the hardware itself.
I just bought this a few days ago and I'm totally impressed. It works via Bluetooth. They recently came out with a wifi gateway so you can check in on it from anywhere, but that's $100. So fuck that, I'm going to wait until the price drops to pick up the gateway. But for now the SensorPush is pretty awesome.
SensorPush Wireless Thermometer / Hygrometer for iPhone / Android - Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts [link]
I'm a big fan of this if you want to be able to check via your smartphone.
You could somehow monitor the temperature on both sides and see if one is getting more heat than the other. Amazon has this little bluetooth thermometers. They are a bit on the expensive side but they do a great job of keeping temperature and humidity logs.
I just have the $50 one , I don't think they had the other ones when I got mine a year ago but I found this chart that explains the sensors' differences!
Hmmm..if you plan on just leaving the sensors in a tent and syncing once you're in range then you won't need a gateway! The gateway is just meant to "give wi-fi" to the sensors and let you see the data while your phone's not in bluetooth range of the sensors. And if you don't have the sensors within wi-fi range of the gateway then there's no point of having a gateway! The $50 sensors hold data for 20 days according to that chart so if you don't plan to constantly monitor the data then you can just get sensors 🤙🏽
Hey, yeah I got them on Amazon. They're not super cheap, but much cheaper than losing product. They are not super fast so if temperature suddenly raises they will take probably 15-30 minutes, as the probe is encased inside, but for my purpose they're pretty great. At one point I was actually in contact with the company, talking about testing a new product they were working on that was faster, but I haven't kept on it.
Individual sensor :
SensorPush G1 WiFi Gateway - Access your SensorPush Sensor Data from Anywhere via the Internet [link]
Buy this https://www.amazon.com/SensorPush-Wireless-Thermometer-Hygrometer-Android/dp/B01AEQ9X9I and a small humidifier. The sensorpush is awesome to have.
Honestly a sensor push from Amazon is the best thing I've ever gotten.
SensorPush Wireless Thermometer/Hygrometer for iPhone/Android - Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts. Developed and Supported in The USA https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AEQ9X9I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_FRzxCb0P1KSP1
It bluethooths to your phone and keeps a running log of both temp and pH. I can send you a screen shot if you want but the data with the ease of a phone app for less than $50 and I'm in love.
I'm confused what is happening here. If the AC is blowing the back should be cool enough regardless of extra shading.
Here's a popular bluetooth temp sensor with logging:
I already have one :)
I am using sensor push with the wifi gateway to monitor the temps in my crawlspace and my server room but they also monitor humidity levels. I'm very happy with them so far.
Thanks! Yeah exactly, its called SensorPush. I highly recommend them!
Here's a amazon link [link]
It wouldn't be accurate as the phone produces its own heat.
I bought one of these for backpacking and I've been happy with it. It records temperature over time and you can download the data to your phone.
Maybe a bit late, but this does the job using bluetooth 4.0 to push readings to iOS or Android device. I have one and it works very well - it's really a tiny data logger for temp and RH.
SensorPush Wireless Thermometer/Hygrometer for iPhone/Android - Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts.https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01AEQ9X9I
Which wireless thermometer/hygrometer did you purchase? I was looking at the SensorPush on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01AEQ9X9I/ref=sspa_dk_detail_1?psc=1
Seems nice. My only concern is if the one sensor will be able to give me an accurate reading for the entire space. I live in a 2400 sq/ft. ranch, sort of shaped like a "U" if looking at the house from an airplane.
SensorPush Wireless Thermometer/Hygrometer for iPhone/Android - Humidity & Temperature Smart Sensor with Alerts [link]
I love this thing.
Since it sounds like you need to turn on/off your heating manually, just having connected thermometers in each room would work for you.
perhaps something like this: https://www.amazon.com/SensorPush-Wireless-Thermometer-Hygrometer-Android/dp/B01AEQ9X9I?ref_=fsclp_pl_dp_1
Is this all I'd need for that?
i was also looking at this because it has the temperature. [link]
I’ve been eyeing the SensorPush but it requires a $99 hub to reach outside your home. If this isn’t the case with these I’d bite.
What is your ideal cost? Check out wifi humidity sensors on amazon, as those usually also give you a temperature reading
For example: [link]