Real-time online websites

Put a link of your Home Automation, Domotica website here.
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Hi Guys,

I'm in the process of creating my own automated house - i'm starting with energy usage.
You can check it out here: http://86.128.48.155/ <- Its all realtime to the minute!
You can go back in time and see every minutes usage throughout the year (although i've only recorded a couple of months so far!)

Im using a tecnique of recording the electricity usage from yourself bwired - using a simple LDR and a counter and reading the counts into a MySQL database ever minute, so far has about 100,000+ records [:p]

BTW: Click the Graph's bars to travel through time [:)]

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Well, here's mine... you don't need a login to view things...

http://www.seawasp.com/seawasp.pl?script%23control

The "air purity" needs some calibration (as indeed does "gamma-ray")

Cheers, Steve
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Cleaned up a bit, lots of sites where offline
any new ones to add?
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Hai Pieter, got a new one for you just finished it: http://www.mcsdomotica.net.tf/

I would also like to be added to the BWired GoogleMaps service but haven't had the time to find out how, maybe you can help me be added quickly Pieter?
(Username & password = guest & guest)
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The site is protected with a password!
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its homeseer :)
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Thanks Pieter, I've tested it localy so haven't noticed that yet. I have uploaded the XML to you server. with the XMLbwired plugin. No sensors yet but am working on that. Can you check if its okay? I haven't seen my entry on the google maps display yet.
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You are in, should work now
needed to add username and password
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Bwired wrote:You are in should work now
needed to add username and password
I can't see it yet, is it possible that it takes a while?
Username en password; do you use just guest/guest? I will add them in the config screen than.
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You've got your own darkroom? ;-)
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I'm still very much starting at this although it may be a while before I attempt to do more.

There is a live text view of what I have done so far at http://pip.dulyn.co.uk/hometest

It needs a browser that supports websockets. I know the current versions of Google Chrome (Linux and Windows) and Firefox (Linux) work.
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I've made some updates to my live page. When events occur, it now highlights the table rows for the devices/scripts that are affected for a couple of seconds. I think it makes it easier to see what's happening in real time.
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I've spent the last few weeks reading about Smart Meters and stuff...
There are a lot of solutions to choose from. Got the components and finally got something online.
See it at: http://home.roelfloor.nl and read about it at (in dutch, though): http://www.roelfloor.nl
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Looking good! :)
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