Shane Duffy

Energy Monitor Graphing with CurrentCost C128

Posted on: March 4, 2013

After getting a CurrentCost energy monitor a week ago I decided it was time to get some useful data out of it. I have 3 phase power so I wanted a tool which would create graphs for each of the phases along with combined total data. The solution to my problems would have to be custom coded and I also wanted an application which could be used cross platform as I regularly use both Windows and OSX.

My choice was to use Adobe Flex as it can provide some nice looking graphs and I have been meaning to do more work using the Flex in flash player or using Adobe Air technology to create a desktop application.

CurrentCost Application

CurrentCost Application

Im creating an application which I can give back to the community which have been developing applications already for the CurrentCost meter. So I decided to use a very simple architecture for this first demo application which uses a simple client server model.

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1 Response to "Energy Monitor Graphing with CurrentCost C128"

I would be interested in knowing more about this Current Cost application you are developing Shane, so it can be added to our list of applications if you up for sharing.

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