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Re: OT? Humidty sensor for bathroom fans



I've been looking at these:-
http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Products/ADAUE100HT.html

On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 9:34 PM, Simon Haslam
<simon_haslam@xxxxxxx>wro=
te:

> OK, so this is sort of home automation in its loosest sense...
>
> I'm installing a couple of extractor fans for adjacent bathrooms and
woul=
d
> like them to be humidity controlled. Vent Axia have humidity-stats
either
> built into some fans (I'm not spending =A3200 inc VAT per fan though!)
or=
as
> a standalone sensor (=A3100!). So, thinks I, that can't be a very
tricky
> circuit to build - sensor, op-amp, relay, bits and bobs...
>
> Well, after what seems like an hour googling, the best I've come up
with
> is an out of stock Conrad kit:
> http://www.conrad-uk.com/ce/en/product/197360/Humidity-sensor-relay-kit
> I'll send Conrad an email and see if they're likely to come back in
stock
> (though I suspect it may depend on when there's enough demand for the
nex=
t
> batch of PCBs to be made), but has anyone else found/done something
simil=
ar?
>
> Simon
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