Here is the application
I am setting up a battery powered security camera (likely a Reolink Argus 3 pro) to a floodlight with a micro usb port (Wasserstein 3 in 1). This will allow for continuous charging of the battery/camera, basically an infinite battery life for the camera without any takedowns or manual charging.
The issue is the camera (like many others) uses a LFP battery, they do not like to be recharged below freezing. I would like to setup a simple rule that cuts the USB charging below the freezing point. Ideally I would use my hubitat, and use my outdoor Ecowitt temp sensor to trigger a zigbee/z-wave event (floodlight will be in front of detached garage, wifi signal may be a bit dodgy with small antennas).
So far I have seen the following products, none of which seem ideal:
Most promising, but a bit chunky, and OOS:
In stock, but wifi (likely custom firmware required) with a small antenna, not sure I would have the reach:
Cheap and cheerful, but wifi with a custom app, hard to convert to tasmota?
Can anyone think of something better?, I don't mind paying a bit more for easy integration (zigbee/z-wave), and bonus points if the switch is easy to seal for outdoor use.
The other alternative would be a dumb integrated thermal switch, that I could manually adjust to the freezing point. I have not found anything great so far that I could tinker with.