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    What are people using? What products support 3 digits?

    My pump is way out on the far side of the house. I may need wireless or X10 control.


  • #2
    I know I read that people were using oregon floating ones... go to and look at the supported devices.... you will find it...

    so yeah it is 433mhz...
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    • #3
      I think this is the one you were talking about.

      This uses the same RF frequencies and modulation as X10? Will the WGL800 receive it? If so I can make this work...


      • #4
        Oregon Scientific uses the European standard and has packet sizes larger than 32 bits. so you ned the RFXCOM receiver


        • #5
          Thanks for pointing that out to me. I avoided buying the WGL800 now and an additional 433MHz receiver later. Instead I'll buy the RFXCOM dual receiver for USB.

          Very nice!


          • #6
            I've been using a 1-wire sensor in my hot tub for years. I actually made the sensor out of a kitchen sink hole plug.

            I've been meaning to detail how I made it.
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