Public Channels for Tag: energy

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34247
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Solar Power Monitoring, well that and most of the other energy consumption in a typical house. Mostly I was interested in how my 1900 Watts of solar panels was working.

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270596
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Energy monitoring using NodeMCU-ESP8266 with SCT-013-000 - 100A, non - invasive sensor. Monitoring phase 1 of my house.

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45572
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The video (not mine!) explains the settings of a similar system I am using. For more info, go to http://openenergymonitor.org/emon/ Other sites where I publish live data: http://daturach.github.io/ http://emoncms.org/daturach

Channel ID:
19664
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foogadgets experimental area

Channel ID:
170354
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Selected data from the Fronius PV inverter

Channel ID:
59095
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SDM120C energy monitor https://thingspeak.com/apps/plugins/14346 https://thingspeak.com/apps/plugins/129446 https://thingspeak.com/apps/plugins/129648

Channel ID:
429105
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pzem-004t and esp8266 energy monitor

Channel ID:
79423
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ConneXSoft industrial automation demo This channel demonstrates acquiring data from different OPC sources using the CXS ThingSpeak connector. Live data is acquired from BACnet / Lon (building automation), SNMP (network data), Json, Modbus (PLCs) and OPC

Channel ID:
972755
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Energy monitor with PZEM004T and ESP8266. It takes a set of measurements each minute and posts it here.

Channel ID:
995558
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PZEM 004T energy meter with ESP8266 & NodeMCU Lua, Kharkiv, UA

Channel ID:
1079752
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Energy meter using esp8266 (wemos d1 mini)

Channel ID:
1047782
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Current Cost Data. Use of current cost appliance with two channels that send the data via serial port to a raspberry pi 2 with Node-Red

Channel ID:
964991
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10 Wp solar panel, two 3400 mAh Li-CoO2 18650 batteries in parallel, permanent small ~50 mW load. A shunt regulator limits battery voltage to 4.1 V. An externally powered ESP32 measures sol and bat powers for ThingSpeak.

Channel ID:
882248
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PZEM 004T modbus energy meter with ESP8266 & NodeMCU Lua by (R)soft

Channel ID:
949949
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HAVOC system monitoring.


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