pietervanharen wrote:I've bought three sensors from EnyMate, two for electricity and gas and a more powerfull one for water. I'm aiming to use the sensors in combination with an Arduino microcontroller for more control on the data. The EnyMate system uses bluetooth to communicate and needs an computer to upload data to a database. With an Arduino and Ethernet Shield to can upload the data directly to http://www.pachube.com for instance, without the need of an computer.
So far I've discovered no difference between the two normal sensors and the powerfull one except the color of the actual sensors. The normal one has a bright part and a red part and the powerfull one has two red parts. The normal ones also have the text "RD1113" printed on the actual sensor.
I plan to build a protoshield with three RJ11 connectors on it so I won't have to damage the sensors. But first I have to figure out how to communicate with the sensors. Any help is greatly appreciated
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