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Temperature alert for the RV...

I just purchased a Twine to use in our RV.  Campers, like automobiles, quickly get hot in the summer when the power goes out, and campground power can sometimes be unreliable. Our dogs will be in the camper alone should the wife and I step away for a bit, so we need to know if the temperature starts rising.  This way we can get back to the camper quickly and be with our pets.  If the feature of triggering when the Twine switches from external power to battery get implemented, this could give us even earlier warnings to head back to the camper.
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