Building Blocks

Arduino

Setting up the arduino environment

ARM

Working with Nucleo STM32103 under Linux - Development

Electricity monitoring

 

Overload Protection of Mains Electrical Circuits

Electricity monitoring firmware design

Pulse counting

Temperature

Networking

Displays

Storage

Control

 

Energy Diversion

Overview: Choosing an Energy Diverter

Software

Android App

Web App (Emoncms)

Firmware

See emonTx Firmware guide for simple Arduino sketch examples of firmware modules

Tools

Modeling and theory

Hourly zero carbon energy model
This tool, documentation and source code examples are there as an exercise in understanding the dynamics of an zero carbon energy system on an hourly basis, the matching of supply and demand.
Start by loading the tool here so that the dataset for the model loads in time: http://openenergymonitor.org/energymodel
The following examples and sections are available via the left hand menu:

  • Introduction
  • Energy Overview
  • 1. Variable supply
  • 2. Variable supply and flat demand
  • 3. Variable supply, traditional electricity demand and oversupply
  • 4. Mixed supply and flat demand
  • 5. Variable supply and space heating demand
  • 6. Electric Vehicles
  • 7. All
  • Aggregation
  • ZCB Dataset
  • ZCB web model
  • Python models

The examples include javascript and python source code examples.

Building thermal performance monitoring and modeling

 

 

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