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Revision as of 07:27, 24 June 2014

OpenEnergyMonitor is a project to develop open-source energy monitoring tools. These tools can be used to help us relate to our use of energy, our energy systems and the challenge of sustainable energy.


Technical Documentation

This wiki is for up-to-date technical documentation for the various hardware and software modules of the OpenEnergyMonitor project. Please add, edit and improve content. See openenergymonitor.org for main project website


Hardware Modules

Monitoring Nodes

Energy:

emonTx V2

emonTx V3

emonTx Arduino Shield

emonPi

Temperature & Humidity

emonTH

Base Stations:

Arduino Based

NanodeRF

OpenKontrolGateway

Raspberry Pi:

RFM12Pi V1

RFM12Pi V2

Displays:

LCD

emonGLCD V2


Wiki Info

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"The number one rule of wiki editing is to be bold. Dive in and make changes. Other people can correct mistakes later, so have confidence, and give it a try! There are all kinds of editing conventions, rules, and philosophies for the editing of wiki pages, but the "be bold" rule overrides these!"

"An edit can contribute whole new paragraphs or pages of information, or it can be as simple as fixing a typo or a spelling mistake. In general, try to add or edit text so that it is clear and concise. Most importantly, make sure you are always aiming to do something which improves the contents of the wiki. For help with formatting see [1]"