A wireless EnergyCam setup with a Raspberry Pi to monitor the energy usage
FAST EnergyCam: The quick and inexpensive way to turn your conventional meter into a smart metering device (http://www.fastforward.ag/eng/index_eng.html)
FAST EnergyCam RF and FAST USB Communication Interface to configure the Energycam prior to installation (available at http://umwelt-messtechnik.de/index.php?cat=c91_Smart-Grid-Komponenten-Smart-Grid-Komponenten.html)
wireless M-Bus USB Stick (2 manufacturers are supported)
- IMST IM871A-USB Stick ( available at http://www.tekmodul.de/index.php?id=shop-wireless_m-bus_oms_module or http://webshop.imst.de/funkmodule/im871a-usb-wireless-mbus-usb-adapter-868-mhz.html)
- AMBER Wireless M-Bus USB Adapter (http://amber-wireless.de/406-1-AMB8465-M.html)
EDIMAX EW-7811UN Wireless USB Adapter
- dygraph (https://github.com/danvk/dygraphs)
- The application shows you all received wireless M-Bus packages.
- You can add meters that are watched. The received values of these are written into csv files and presented on the webserver.
- The energy usage is shown as an interactive, zoomable chart of time on a website.
- install.txt describes how to configure the raspberry and compile the sources
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