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Measuring the loads of the house take 2
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A continuation of https://secondlifestorage.com/showthread.php?tid=6760 

So I finally got all the CT's installed on my Electrical panel and feeding into the IoTaWatt that sends the data to my influxdb hosted on my Ubuntu laptop.

I threw together a grafana dashboard and here is what it looks like:



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LOVE IT Smile
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Badass dude! how much are you using a day total?
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I wish I could have that on my dashboard. Nice layout Wink

I can't atm on mine because of the system it's running on, a bit out dated. Plus I need to redo the sensor mcu and add more clamps
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(04-11-2020, 02:45 AM)darkstar824 Wrote: Badass dude! how much are you using a day total?

My house averages about 15 kWh per day.
So about 450 kWh per month.
With solar (now that winter is over and the sun has risen in the azimuth) depending on house usage I produce around 6 kWh to 9 kWh per day.
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kWh right?
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(04-13-2020, 11:05 AM)daromer Wrote: kWh right?
Yea not enough coffee this AM.
Corrected.
You have the advantage of having been awake for at least 5 hrs. Tongue

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Ok after having been shamed by Daromer on my vernacular and nomenclature for Kilowatt Hours here is a picture of the IoTaWatt installation. Cool
 
I ran 3 lengths of Micro Connectors 500' Stranded Shielded (STP) CAT6A to my load center in the house which gave me 12 connections 
I only needed 10 so it gave me 2 spares in case there was a problem with any one pair.
This cable is double shielded so RF interference should be minimal.


Soldered and heat shrunk all connections.
I forgot to take a picture of the load center and the CT's . It was late at night and I was happy to have the cover back on.

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