If your Product Dev team could develop an inexpensive Ring sensor to monitor, alert and store historical data for temperature and humidity … I would buy 5-10 of them; The use case would be for monitoring temp/hum 24/7 for my wine cellar, refrigerators, freezers, and in general (indoors and outdoors); The critical feature would be to see historical data on the phone app … I want to be able to compare temp variances when temps get really hot or really cold and how that compares to the temps in my wine cellar and wine fridges in my garage;
I’d also love to see some dedicated temperature sensors. I’d argue they can be used as an integral part of home “security” related to freeze or high temps. In particular, I have a vacation home in the mountains where temps get cold I. The winter and hot in the summer. I have the flood/freeze sensor but it’s not granular enough to allow me to custom alert as temps drops which would indicate my heating system is t working right. The other side would be temps getting too hot indicating my split unit isn’t cooling. Baseboard heaters and split unit AC have limited solutions today for automation. There’s tons of zwave sensors available today but it would be nice to have one that is supported and custom alerts could be created using the Ring app. Thanks for considering this!
I need to monitor my govee freezer monitor with my Ring Security system if possible. It connects to WIFI, Bluetooth and communicate with a mobile app. I need to know if Ring supports this type of device. I have a large amount of meat and vegetables in my freezer and would hate to lose them.
I would also love to see a temperature device be available with ring. Ring s not just for security. They already offer other devices like fire detectors and the flood and freeze detector.