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emonTH - Wireless Temperature and Humidity monitoring node

This repo is for emonTH V1.x

See emonTH2 repo for latest emonTH V2.x


Part of the openenergymonitor.org project

Main emonTH page: http://openenergymonitor.org/emon/modules/emonTH

Technical Hardware Wiki: http://wiki.openenergymonitor.org/index.php?title=EmonTH

Schematic + CAD: http://solderpad.com/git/openenergymon/emonth

Design & related Blog posts:

http://openenergymonitor.blogspot.com/2013/06/emonth-prototype.html http://openenergymonitor.blogspot.com/2013/10/emonth-update-hardware.html http://openenergymonitor.blogspot.com/2013/10/emonth-update-software-power.html http://openenergymonitor.blogspot.com/2013/10/aa-battery-considerations.html http://openenergymonitor.blogspot.com/2013/11/hardware-manufacture-begins-part-1.html http://openenergymonitor.blogspot.com/2014/01/emonth-multiple-ds18b20-sensors.html

Builds on JeeLabs, Adafruit and Miles Burton

Libraries Needed

emonTH Firmwarwe

emonTH_DHT22_DS18B20_RFM69CW_Pulse Current main emonTH temperature and humidity sensing firmware (Nov2015). Searches for either DHT22 or DS18B20 and reads temperature and humidity once per min (by default) and tx's data back to the emonBase via RFM69CW. If both sensors are detected temperature will be sensed from DS18B20 and humidity from DHT22. Supports on-board RF nodeID setting via DIP switch selectors. Now supports optical counting sensor. See Wiki for more details http://wiki.openenergymonitor.org/index.php/EmonTH_V1.5

User Contributed:

  • emonTH_DHT22_DS18B20_RFM69CW - FOR emonTH V1.5+: Searches for either DHT22 or DS18B20 and reads temperature and humidity once per min (by default) and tx's data back to the emonBase via RFM69CW. If both sensors are detected temperature will be sensed from DS18B20 and humidity from DHT22. Supports on-board node ID DIP switch selectors

  • emonTH_DHT22_DS18B20 - FOR emonTH V1.4 - emonTH temperature and humidity sensing firmware. Searches for either DHT22 or DS18B20 and reads temperature and humidity once per min (by default) and tx's data back to the emonBase via RFM12B. If both sensors are detected temperature will be sensed from DS18B20 and humidity from DHT22

  • emonTH_DHT22_dual_DS18B20 - Derived from the main emonTH firmware, but capable of monitoring two (or more) DS18B20 external sensors. You'll need to discover your sensors' addresses to make use of this script - discover them with 'emonTH temperature search' utility sketch in 'Simple emonTH Sensor Test' folder

  • emonTH_DHT22_multiple_DS18B20 - Derived from the dual sensor emonTH firmware by Marshall Scholz. Capable of automatically discovering and monitoring up to 60 connected DS18B20 sensors, one DHT22/DHT11, and one analog pin. The downfalls of this version are that it uses slightly more power than the one sensor sketch, and that the sensor order will probably change if an extra sensor is added once the node has been set up. (This can be easily rectified by changing the input logging feed in emonCMS)

  • emonTH_DHT22_DS18B20_RFM69CW_REEDSWITCH

Low-power sketch for EmonTH V1.5 that counts pulses from a reed switch with debouncing. It aso sends the temperature/humidity every minute. By Eirc_AMANN March 2016 Forum thread development

Simple emonTH Sensor Test - * emonTH DHT22 Test * emonTH DS18B20 Test * emonTH temperature search - utility sketch for finding hardware addresses of one or more DS18B20 sensors connected to emonTH one-wire bus - The DallasTemperature library's "tester" sketch may do a better job of this

Note:

  • Default RFM12B/RFM69CW settings: 433Mhz, network: 210, Node: 23 (node ID can be changed using on-board DIP switches)
  • Readings are converted to integer when sent over RF multiple by 0.1 in emoncms to restore reading
  • As the JeeLib library sends out packets in individual bytes, 16 bit integers are split into two received values according to Arduino's "little endian" topology

License

The emonTH hardware designs (schematics and CAD files hosted on http://solderpad.com/openenergymon) are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The emonTH firmware is released under the GNU GPL V3 license

The documentation is subject to GNU Free Documentation License

The emonTH hardware designs follow the terms of the OSHW (Open-source hardware) Statement of Principles 1.0.

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