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smoke detector temperature sensor?

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Hi

Just wondering if you can use the temperature sensor within the smoke alarm to trigger other devices?

i.e. I wish to place the smoke alarm in a cupboard containing computer equipment but use the temperature sensor to also trigger an extract fan if too warm to help cool the cupboard?

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Yes, that is possible.

 

I monitor the temperature of network equipment with the (Fibaro) smoke detector (and also a flood sensor). 

 

 

 

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  • Many thanks!

    Would you think the dimmer 2 would control a 12v dc fan?

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    It is possible to use a RGBW switch. Robbshop made a small video:

     

     

     

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    20 minutes ago, SmartHomeEddy said:

    That is possible. Robbshop made a small video:

     

     

     

     

    This is a RGBW Controller, not a Dimmer 2.

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