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    Info on sensors

    I am currently looking for a sensor that can monitor CO2, temperature and humidity. I would also like the sensor to have Modbus communication. I don't need the sensor to control anything, it will strictly be used for monitoring purposes, but want the Modbus communication to have easy access to the data so I can see the space conditions and store the trend data.

    Does anyone have any good experiences with anything like this and can point me in the right direction.

    Thanks

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    Thanks justjohnson

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    These guys have a decent product but I don't think they do Modbus.
    http://www.purechoice.com/thenose.php
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