After a fair amount of time reading many threads on the interwebs, I have finally given up and decided to ask for some help of my own. I typically don’t ask much on the internet since most people I feel just chime in to say “learn to use the search tool” and are of no help, but here goes.
I have a fairly large aquarium, and I would like to monitor it’s temperature from Smartthings. After reading, it seems my options are to submerge a contract sensor, or try finding a very old contact sensor that does not exist anymore and wire a probe to it. The V2 replacement is also not sold in the US. Then there’s Seneye, but again there’s no integration with smartthings. All of these posts are very old some dating pre 2016, and I wonder if there is any new information out?
Can some one point me in a new direction. Is there a Raspberry Pie option, or something more official? I just can’t believe a water temp sensor is such a hard thing to make “smart”. In a world where we now have smart crock pots (Belkin) how is this something that’s so hard to come by.
Thanks for the help in advance.