All-in-One Smartmeter

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All-in-One Smartmeter

Postby Willem4ever » Tue Oct 22, 2013 8:28 am

A few weeks ago i decided to put my raspberry finally to work and created an all-in-one smart meter. It has been running the last two weeks and today I want to share some screenshots with you. The biggest job was creating the layout ….

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Special care was given to the statistics (it even works when DST changes), moving over the bars present you some details.

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+ It is fully configurable, can be used to read P1 data from a local USB port or a remote network port.
+ The option to use MQTT local or remote
+ The option to use a local database or remote
+ The number of intervals in between data-commits (i.e. not writing every 10 seconds to the database, but e.g. every 60 seconds)

Still left to do is preparing installation instructions and having an option which database to use.
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Re: All-in-One Smartmeter

Postby pleaseask » Tue Oct 22, 2013 5:59 pm

Very nice :-)
Homeseer 3 Pro on Windows 10 / Zwave

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Re: All-in-One Smartmeter

Postby Bwired » Tue Oct 22, 2013 9:17 pm

very nice indeed Willem!
where is the Github :)
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