so if you counted flashes per (say) 5 minute period, you would have about a
Generally a house will run at 50 - 100W background (a couple TV's etc on
Do you have solar panels? I haven't checked mine yet, but i suspect the
On Monday, July 9, 2012 3:40:19 PM UTC+9:30, Ken wrote:
> Sorry, yes Scott.
> On 9 July 2012 15:27, Scott B <solar.sen...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> are you sure its one pulse per kWh? not 1 pulse per Wh?
>> On Monday, July 9, 2012 11:57:59 AM UTC+9:30, Ken wrote:
>>> Well I've moved into my new house and had a peek at the electricity
>>> But when I think on it more, while it would be nice to graph the exact
>>> So I'd still like a power reading that updates frequently.
>>> I think the electronics and maths etc are too much hassle to do from
>>> So if anyone is aware of any gear that can be bought for this purpose
>>> On 28 June 2012 13:23, Ken <k...@waggies.net> wrote:
>>>> Does anyone have experience with modern electicity meters?
>>>> Silicon Chip magazine has a circuit-ideas article on reading, sending,
>>>> My current electricity meter has the old turning disk.
>>>> I have a gadget that measures the currents in three phases and sends to
>>>> I feel a project coming on.
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