The Eagle energy monitor from Rainforest Automation is a very handy device. It reads the wireless signal from my electricity meter and makes it available through a web interface – both a graphical environment and a RESTful API. In this post we look at the standard graphical screens and the data download option. Next time we’ll look at the RESTful API for programmers to use.
This is part 3 of a series of posts about the Internet of Things applied to Home Energy Monitoring.
In my next series of blog posts we explore an Internet of Things topic – Home energy monitoring – from a first person perspective. Join me as I install, use and hack a monitor (and related cloud services) in my new home.
This is part 1 of a series of posts about the Internet of Things applied to Home Energy Monitoring.