Ideas for hiding Temperature Sensors

Discussion in 'C-Bus Wired Hardware' started by Ks04, May 3, 2020.

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    Ks04

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    Hey There,

    I'm looking to steal some ideas for where you hide your indoor temperature sensors. I'm using the Saturn Zen switchplates around the house and would love to find a way to discretely hide a probe that's connected to a 5100DTSP rather than adding a mishmash box - how are you doing this?

    For context - I'm currently moving my HVAC across to C-Bus (slowly the house is becoming integrated). I've got myself a 5100DTSP and planning to use one of the channels for the inside temperature and will borrow some code to run of the PAC to turn the heating on/off.

    Thx
     
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    chromus

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    I just drilled a hole in the ceiling to match the sensor diameter with a snug fit. The disappear pretty much after a few days u just don’t see them. If ur desperate u could paint them to match the ceiling colour.
     
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    Mine sit just behind the curtains. Small hole again though the plasterboard for the cable and secured parallel to the wall.
     
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