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    Pool Temp to website

    Was jw if it would be poss. to some how publish my pool temp to my website or anywebsite

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    Re: Pool Temp to website

    when I had a saltwater pool, I had a controller that relayed a bunch of information. one of those was temps.
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    Re: Pool Temp to website

    I have an AcuRite floating thermometer that I picked up at Home Depot. When I got it home I discovered it can be seen by may AcuRite weather station. That weather station came with a hub that connects back to AcuRite and allows you to either view all your sensors on a private page for you, or publish the information to weather websites like Weather Underground.

    You need the thermometer and the Internet bridge if all you want is pool temp

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    Re: Pool Temp to website

    i was looking more for publishing something public. Since no company has anything, then maybe something like this Build Your Own Spa or Pool Monitor

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    Re: Pool Temp to website

    In this thread, we're trying to decode the data from the AcuRite 00617 -- Automation: intercepting data from Acu-Rite wireless sensors
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    Re: Pool Temp to website

    Quote Originally Posted by brandon1 View Post
    i was looking more for publishing something public. Since no company has anything, then maybe something like this Build Your Own Spa or Pool Monitor
    Can you code and solder? A network attached arduino like you linked, along with a sensor (maybe something like Waterproof DS18B20 Digital temperature sensor + extras ID: 381 - $9.95 : Adafruit Industries, Unique fun DIY electronics and kits) could certainly provide a website with a real time temperature feed.

    I don't know of anything off the shelf that does this.
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    Re: Pool Temp to website

    I did something similar to this 10-15 years ago using a set of cheap Dallas Semi 1 wire serial temperature sensors connected to a computer to monitor temperatures of coolers at a refrigerated warehouse that generated a graph of the past 24 / 48 hours as well as a chart of the previous week and uploaded it by FTP to a web server. Hardware cost not counting the computer was trivial. I think the sensors were less than $5 each
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