Chris Jefferies's Blog Posts Tagged 'sensor' (1)

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I would call myself an advanced amateur at hardware/software solutions for home energy management. I experiment with various ways to remotely monitor sensors and I am particularly interested in ways to make it affordable and meaningful to track energy usage, down to the appliance level, within a residential environment.


My current system uses three power sensors and one temperature sensor (solar powered), all wireless using the zigbee protocol. They are polled by a low…
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Added by Chris Jefferies on October 27, 2010 at 12:28pm — No Comments

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