Re: Remote temperature, pressure and humidity monitoring

Doug Smith

I placed my Cerbo in the space behind the main battery switches and mounted it using DIN 35 mm rails. I placed this as well as two relays for starting the generator based on SOC and commands from the Cerbo. I also used the GX display which is hardwired and mounted that to the face of the bookshelf right behind the navigation seat.
The Ruuvi discs are mounted in the freezers and refrigerators using the 3M command strips with Velcro on one side so I can easily pull them to update firmware and more importantly, change out the batteries.
I’m attaching some screenshots of the install on Aventura. Disregard the actual temperatures since she is sleeping for the winter and I haven’t turned on the systems so those are ambient temperatures.

Thanks, Doug Smith

Amel 54-113, Aventura

On Feb 25, 2022, at 7:18 PM, Jose Venegas via <josegvenegas@...> wrote:


Great to hear that you found them easy to install. I was also thinking about buying some and monitor them with the Victron Cerbo GX as you are doing.
Where did you mount the Cerbo and how far from it are the sensors?
I found that the Cerbo blue tooth signal is rather weak.

Jose Venegas
Ipanema SM2K 278
Currently in San Andres Colombia

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