On Saturday 12 January 2013 23:59 Timothy Murphy wrote in uk.d-i-y:
Which is insanely expensive - but the self contained nature might appeal.
Or, the other day, someone mentioned LightwaveRF - you'd need 2 devices:
But that comes to half the cost.
Slightly better than plugging the immersion in would be to swap the socket
and use that to drive a heavy duty relay for 13A control (crimp/solder flex
onto the relay, heatshrink connections, put in box, use glands for strain
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Thanks very much for the useful info.
As you say, this is very expensive;
but it seemed the only device among those you listed
which told one the actual temperature of the water -
that would be useful, though not essential.
I suppose an app on a phone or desktop which acted as a timer
would not be too difficult to set up.
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