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Hacking a Thermostat to get Remote Temperature Readings [Hack]
posted September 17 2014 14:53.32 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Alan from Hacked Gadgets has this thermostat that works fine, but it has a problem - He want to read a remote temperature but this thermostat has the temperature sensor mounted inside the case.
So Alan decided to hack this gadget, he discover the temperature sensor and detached it form the housing. With a length of wire he can now have remote temperature reading.

This video shows this hack step-by step.



[Link: Hacked Gadgets]
 
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