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GofBorg
27-Jan-2012, 22:54
I am looking for a device that will power on an outlet if ambient
temperature exceeds a given threshold. Any ideas?

craig wilson
27-Jan-2012, 23:27
http://www.smarthome.com/29928/LuxPro-PSP300-5-2-Programmable-Plug-In-Thermostat/p.aspx


http://www.smarthome.com/7144/Thermo-Cube-TC-21-On-at-78-Degrees-Off-at-70-Degrees/p.aspx
(Not Adjustable, but you can buy a couple different ranges.)

On 1/27/2012 4:54 PM, GofBorg wrote:
> I am looking for a device that will power on an outlet if ambient
> temperature exceeds a given threshold. Any ideas?
>
>


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George
28-Jan-2012, 00:05
On 1/27/2012 4:54 PM, GofBorg wrote:
> I am looking for a device that will power on an outlet if ambient
> temperature exceeds a given threshold. Any ideas?
>
>
Something like this mechanical stat would be super simple and inexpensive:

http://www.luxproproducts.com/thermostats_mech/lv3.htm

GofBorg
28-Jan-2012, 00:24
> http://www.smarthome.com/29928/LuxPro-PSP300-5-2-Programmable-Plug-In-
Thermostat/p.aspx

Nice. I think this may work.

JayZie
28-Jan-2012, 22:36
On 1/27/2012 6:24 PM, GofBorg wrote:
>> http://www.smarthome.com/29928/LuxPro-PSP300-5-2-Programmable-Plug-In-
> Thermostat/p.aspx
>
> Nice. I think this may work.

Hi there <G>ofBorg....:)

GofBorg
30-Jan-2012, 21:27
> Hi there <G>ofBorg....:)
Peace. What's the word?

JayZie
30-Jan-2012, 21:42
On 1/30/2012 3:27 PM, GofBorg wrote:
>> Hi there<G>ofBorg....:)
> Peace. What's the word?

Bird. Bird is the word.

GofBorg
31-Jan-2012, 00:24
> Bird. Bird is the word.
Nice.

Stevo
31-Jan-2012, 01:00
JayZie sounds like they 'said':

> Bird. Bird is the word.

So my response to JayZie's comment is...

one of my all time fav Family Guy episodes......

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malcolmlewis
31-Jan-2012, 01:33
On Tue, 31 Jan 2012 00:00:51 GMT
"Stevo" <steveSPAM@LESSccgov.net> wrote:

> JayZie sounds like they 'said':
>
> > Bird. Bird is the word.
>
> So my response to JayZie's comment is...
>
> one of my all time fav Family Guy episodes......
>

Stevo....Don't!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WNrx2jq184

I have it as a ring tone on my phone.... ;)

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Simon Flood
31-Jan-2012, 13:01
On 30/01/2012 20:42, JayZie wrote:

> Bird. Bird is the word.

Hmm I thought Grease was the word ... ?
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Stevo
31-Jan-2012, 16:48
malcolmlewis sounds like they 'said':

> I have it as a ring tone on my phone.... ;)

So my response to malcolmlewis's comment is...

I got a couple different portions of that 'performance' as ringtones on
my phone too. :-)

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