Michael, that's terrific & looks to be a very nice piece of software -
one big drawback (actually two for me - I don't use windows) is the
requirement to keep a PC running to monitor the thing. In my mind its
a waste of power and sort of defeats the purpose here.
What I think is missing is a web based solution that actually uses the
data the bridge is supplying to the internet. If these techtoniq guys
had a similar solution that collected data from the bridge onto a web
based solution (and hey, even an iPhone app), well I would not mind
paying a subscription for a system like that. But leave a PC on
constantly to monitor a power saving device? Not for me.
On May 15, 6:49 am, Michel lecomte <michel.a.leco...@gmail.com
> Having constant problems with powermeter as reported here, I decided to
> switch to techtoniq, a program you can purchase on the web for about 9 €
> (~13 $), well worth it in view of the added functionality. Anyway, download
> it for free and try it for a month, then decide.
> 2011/5/14 Steve-C <stevencur...@me.com