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emoncms - Web-app for processing, logging and visualising energy, temperature and other environmental data

  •    PHP

There are differences between the standard version of emoncms and the version of emoncms running on emoncms.org. This repository contains the code for the standard version of emoncms, currently in version 9. This is the version installed on the OpenEnergyMonitor SD Card that comes with the EmonPi and EmonBase and is recommended for all self-install versions of emoncms. The emoncms.org version Github: emoncms/emoncmsorg is a fork that is specific for multi-server installations. While both versions share the same roots the code for emoncms.org differs significantly to the standard version of emoncms, the user experience is intended to be similar but there are currently a number of differences in the API and look of the inputs and feeds interfaces as well as a reduced feature set in general on emoncms.org in order to ensure stability. In general development on emoncms.org moves slower than the standard emoncms for this reason.

Electricity, Gas and Temperature Monitoring with Netduino Plus


Electricity, gas and temperature logging solution for the Dutch smart meter on a realtime updated webpage.

EmonESP - ESP8266 WIFI serial to emoncms link

  •    C++

For applications that only require basic posting of data from one emonTx to a remote server such as Emoncms.org an emonTx with this WiFi module provides a lower cost route than an emonBase or emonPi base-station installation. #The core of EmonESP is also used for emonPixel and OpenEVSE ESP WiFi 2.0.

emonhub - Python service linking and decoding input to MQTT & Emoncms

  •    Python

Emonhub is included on the emonsD pre-built SD card used by both the EmonPi and Emonbase. The documentation below covers installing the emon-pi variant of emonhub on linux for self build setups.

AndroidApp - Emoncms Android app

  •    Java

View MyElectric Emoncms dashboards from http://emoncms.org or any other Emoncms server. Emoncms is an open-source web application for processing, logging and visualising energy, temperature and other environmental data and is part of the OpenEnergyMonitor project.