When two different temperature sensors reach equilibrium, can a single/alert be sent to a phone or web?

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Can I use two different temperature sensors (one outside and one inside the home) and have an AcuRite system and sensors up to send me an alert when the outside temperature equals the inside temperature? We live in the mountains of Colorado and we don't use air conditioning, the nights are cool enough that in the evening we open the windows to cool down the house and in the morning close the windows when it starts to get warm. We spend a fair amount of time looking at both the indoor and outdoor thermometers to see when they reach equilibrium in order to optimize the cooling of the house. I would love to use your system and third party sensors to let us know when the inside and outside temperatures are equal. Around the world millions of people/households perform this same task every day. A simple solution to optimize this almost universal practice would create huge savings in power usage and carbon creation, not to mention the quality of life benefit.
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Egjen Skis

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Hello Egjen Skis,

We would recommend using model number 01059-bundle.  This has the AcuLink Internet Bridge and three indoor/outdoor sensors.  The AcuLink Internet Bridge will connect directly into your router and send the sensor data to the current site www.Acu-Link.com and the application.  On the webpage you can set alerts to receive via email or text.  We are currently building a new platform for Web/App Monitoring.  If you would like more information on this webpage, you can click on the link below.  Have a great day!