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Air quality control





I didn´t have luck finding a topic nor any reply in whole forum that would answer my question so I´m starting a new one.


The idea is, does an air quality sensor that would measure air humidity, temperature, CO2 and maybe even other things even exist? Of course it should be able to communicate with HC2, that is out of question. Or is NetAtmo Weather station such device?


Thanks for reply.



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MCO Home make various z-wave sensors. These can measure Temperature / Humidity / CO2 / PM2.5 (particulate matter 2.5 micrometres) / VOC (volatile organic compounds) / smoke / noise / PIR.


I don't own any, and do not know how well they integrate with HC2. Anyone have one of these?


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