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Some people have a hard time remembering to turn on or off
the fan in the bathroom, and sometimes it's not easy to time
how long it should really stay on after a shower. Proposed is a
moisture sensor that will turn the fan on when the humidity is
above a certain threshold and turn it off when
has returned to normal.
For example, you can buy this one to connect to your bathroom fan. [prufrax, Feb 27 2012]
||Well and truly baked.
Humidistats are widely known to exist.
||[+] anyhow for giving me the idea. I'm one of those
bathroom fan forgetters, so Ima go right out and buy me a