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charming

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I didn't realize there were so many options.

I have my homework cut out for me over the next two months.


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I've been using AcuRite products for years with very good luck.

We have a PepWave router with built in cellular data card and use the
AcuRite 09155M Access Compatible with Amazon Alexa . This allows us remote access to monitor temps in our motorhome. The AcuRite 09155 can be programmed for temperature alerts that are sent via email.

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67Cutlass wrote:

I've been using AcuRite products for years with very good luck.

We have a PepWave router with built in cellular data card and use the
AcuRite 09155M Access Compatible with Amazon Alexa . This allows us remote access to monitor temps in our motorhome. The AcuRite 09155 can be programmed for temperature alerts that are sent via email.

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I have an AcuRite Access at my winter home. Two weeks after I went North for the summer my AcuRite went off line and has not come back in a month.

The AcuRite requires a wifi. I know my wifi is OK as I have a couple Ring Doorbell products on the same wifi and they are working.

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RCMAN46 wrote:

67Cutlass wrote:

I've been using AcuRite products for years with very good luck.

We have a PepWave router with built in cellular data card and use the
AcuRite 09155M Access Compatible with Amazon Alexa . This allows us remote access to monitor temps in our motorhome. The AcuRite 09155 can be programmed for temperature alerts that are sent via email.

[image]


I have an AcuRite Access at my winter home. Two weeks after I went North for the summer my AcuRite went off line and has not come back in a month.

The AcuRite requires a wifi. I know my wifi is OK as I have a couple Ring Doorbell products on the same wifi and they are working.

I've never experienced your problem. This is the latest from AcuRite which replaced a unit I had for about 6 years.

So far I've been using this just over 3 months and the connection has been rock solid.

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67Cutlass wrote:

RCMAN46 wrote:

67Cutlass wrote:

I've been using AcuRite products for years with very good luck.

We have a PepWave router with built in cellular data card and use the
AcuRite 09155M Access Compatible with Amazon Alexa . This allows us remote access to monitor temps in our motorhome. The AcuRite 09155 can be programmed for temperature alerts that are sent via email.

[image]


I have an AcuRite Access at my winter home. Two weeks after I went North for the summer my AcuRite went off line and has not come back in a month.

The AcuRite requires a wifi. I know my wifi is OK as I have a couple Ring Doorbell products on the same wifi and they are working.

I've never experienced your problem. This is the latest from AcuRite which replaced a unit I had for about 6 years.

So far I've been using this just over 3 months and the connection has been rock solid.

Amazon gives the Access 28 percent with one star. That tells me there is possibly a serious problem.

We can only hope AcuRite will address the problems and fix them.

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67Cutlass wrote:

I've been using AcuRite products for years with very good luck.

We have a PepWave router with built in cellular data card and use the
AcuRite 09155M Access Compatible with Amazon Alexa . This allows us remote access to monitor temps in our motorhome. The AcuRite 09155 can be programmed for temperature alerts that are sent via email.

[image]


Will you get an alert incase you lose wifi. In May we camp in Palm Desert and the Colorado River an temperatures can range between the high 80's to 115.
One time we were in Palm Springs and a few RV's lost power. So sad one couple lost their dog, cat and bird during the power outage.


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Happytraveler wrote:

67Cutlass wrote:

I've been using AcuRite products for years with very good luck.

We have a PepWave router with built in cellular data card and use the
AcuRite 09155M Access Compatible with Amazon Alexa . This allows us remote access to monitor temps in our motorhome. The AcuRite 09155 can be programmed for temperature alerts that are sent via email.

[image]


Will you get an alert incase you lose wifi. In May we camp in Palm Desert and the Colorado River an temperatures can range between the high 80's to 115.
One time we were in Palm Springs and a few RV's lost power. So sad one couple lost their dog, cat and bird during the power outage.


That is our fear. We stayed at Lake Blackshear our first time camping out of state and did not realize they generate their on power. We came back after several hours and the power was off, luckily it wasn't overly hot, but it really scared us. We now have a surge protector but I'm not convinced it will automatically restart the power.

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charming wrote:

Happytraveler wrote:

67Cutlass wrote:

I've been using AcuRite products for years with very good luck.

We have a PepWave router with built in cellular data card and use the
AcuRite 09155M Access Compatible with Amazon Alexa . This allows us remote access to monitor temps in our motorhome. The AcuRite 09155 can be programmed for temperature alerts that are sent via email.

[image]


Will you get an alert incase you lose wifi. In May we camp in Palm Desert and the Colorado River an temperatures can range between the high 80's to 115.
One time we were in Palm Springs and a few RV's lost power. So sad one couple lost their dog, cat and bird during the power outage.


That is our fear. We stayed at Lake Blackshear our first time camping out of state and did not realize they generate their on power. We came back after several hours and the power was off, luckily it wasn't overly hot, but it really scared us. We now have a surge protector but I'm not convinced it will automatically restart the power.


I think I'll keep my MarCell even if I have to pay $100.00 a year for the subscription. It works as long as I'm in full hookups or have the generator on. I't also has a backup battery incase the power goes out it will at least notify me if the temperature is rising in the RV. Its pretty much 100% guaranteed as long as I have reception on my iPhone.

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charming wrote:

We are planning a two month trip to the southwest with our two rescued greyhounds. We leave out the first of September. I am in a panic over losing power in our motor home. We bought a surge protector that is pretty good at resetting the power, but I don't trust that it will work in every instance.

I started looking for products to send us an alert if the temperature starts going up in the motor home. So far the only product that looks like it will work best is the Temp Stick.

Anyone have experience with it or can recommend other products? I want something that does not rely on electricity.



This product works great, I have it installed and no more worries about my pet when the power goes out.


https://rvautomations.com/automatic-generator-start-system/

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timmac wrote:

charming wrote:

We are planning a two month trip to the southwest with our two rescued greyhounds. We leave out the first of September. I am in a panic over losing power in our motor home. We bought a surge protector that is pretty good at resetting the power, but I don't trust that it will work in every instance.

I started looking for products to send us an alert if the temperature starts going up in the motor home. So far the only product that looks like it will work best is the Temp Stick.

Anyone have experience with it or can recommend other products? I want something that does not rely on electricity.



This product works great, I have it installed and no more worries about my pet when the power goes out.


https://rvautomations.com/automatic-generator-start-system/


What happens if power is working, but your air conditioning stopped working. I guess if you had 2 separate units in an RV it would work.

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