We have several Honeywell RedLink thermostats that can be accessed and controlled via Honeywell's mytotalconnectcomfort.com. However, Honeywell's site does not provide a log of the data; it only provides the current data when you log in.
We would like a log of the temperature of each of the thermostats every 30 minutes. It doesn't have to be pretty; it just has to work. It doesn't need a pretty interface. It could just be a url that brings up the data in a browser (we can have you fine-tune the data at a later time, as needed).
For a demo of their site, go here: [url removed, login to view]
For a discussion and examples of how people have accessed and controlled Honeywell's thermostats with SmartThings (via Honeywell's site), go here: [url removed, login to view]
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(Note that we are not interested in developing an app to control the thermostats; only looking to record data.)
We will provide the hosting for the program.
No user interface needs to be created (other than the temperature log display screen). The application will simply access Honeywell's site every 30 minutes, record the temperature at each of six thermostats, and write it to a log file. That log file will then be accessed via a url as needed.