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Hi verehomie, I have a green-eye monitor that i've been working with. Up to date, I have the GEM sending data to a mysql database. However, all i receive in the database are counter values. Do you know how i can make these values meaningful. Ultimately, I would like to be able to store the data in a way that would be easy to use and accessible from a self-made website. Thanks in advance for you any help you may provide.
Hi there Verohomie, this is Caleb from Hampden-Sydney College. I was wondering do you by any chance know the full process of getting btmon.py to run on a router? I read in an article by Bill Lortz that you have to use Open WRT to work with btmon.py which is a script for python. If you were going to make a database, how would you set up btmon.py using a wireless N home router, Linksys by Cisco? Anything you could alert me to would be helpful. Thanks.
Haven't been on in a while, still working a lot on my home remodel. I bought a GreenEye back in June.
Verohomie - i left some notes on my profile to get the GEM up and running:
Hi Brad thanks for allowing me access to your group.Just running the standard Brultech software with 2 ECM-1240 connected with an EP-1 and EngineG software. I hope to set it up to send data to Smartenergygroups for monitoring. I will look around in your group and see what I can learn before I start trying to forward data.ThanksFrank
I am running two ECM-1240s and ecmread v 2.4.4.
Looking forward to do my part in help saving the planet!
hi brad, we have 8 ecm-1240 devices monitoring 50-some circuits. we started with ecmread.py from marc merlins - it looks like you did some hacking on that python code along the way. since then (december 2011) i have modified the python code considerably. now it supports multiple ecm devices and uploads to a bunch of services (seg, plotwatt, enersave, peoplepower, thingspeak, pachube, eragy). m
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