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Outdoor Light sensor

TorM shared this question 4 years ago
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Hi, does anyone have a tip for an outdoor light sensor? (That works in nordic climate, down to -20'C)

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If you have Zipabox with the 433 mHz capabilities, the cheapest way to go is probably the Nexa lbst-604. It is just a binary sensor, no lux readings. You might have to include It as a Chacon device, though.


https://www.komplett.no/product/661602/hjem-fritid/husholdning/batteri-stroem/traadloes-stroemstyring/nexa-lbst-604-lyssensor-skumringsrele?gclid=CjwKEAjwwcjGBRDj-P7TwcinyBkSJADymblThqhgkkXouvRlj1KJgGl1b4BnFeCyvduzsdHFjc2ZYxoCkTPw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

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Well, if you really want to make it bullet proof, get a wired sensor and attach it to fibaro binary sensor.

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Thank you both :-)