[clug] power meter that can be queried/report on the network?

Andrew Loughhead andrew.loughhead at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 01:45:19 MDT 2014

http://openenergymonitor.org/emon/.  Works well. Is a little weak on
individual appliance monitoring, but it can be done.
On 11 Jul 2014 16:42, "Steven Hanley" <sjh at svana.org> wrote:

> All
> I know there are many power metres available that have a display of the
> power draw, however I am wondering if anyone knows of models which either
> have wireless or preferably a cat5 plug and an ability to be queried for
> the status of power draw. SNMP or similar is probably preferable to web
> interface (though anything can be scripted).
> I have a device I wish to monitor if it is drawing power and how much which
> may change due to various other components and what they are doing, I do
> not
> want to have to set up a web cam to look at the display on a normal power
> meter.
> Bob Edwards has been metering things around hs house for years o who knows
> he
> may hvae some good suggestions already.
> My initial google searches are not showing solutions.
> Cheers
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