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You should have the data in same database and then just tag them different. If you run Influx thats a must for quick calculation. And to be honest it should be like that in other DBs to.

So start by making sure you have all energy data in same database and just with different tags
Like tag=meter1 and tag=meter2
and then have the value in the field named value
So much easier to work with
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(03-01-2020, 05:27 PM)daromer Wrote: You should have the data in same database and then just tag them different. If you run Influx thats a must for quick calculation. And to be honest it should be like that in other DBs to.

So start by making sure you have all energy data in same database and just with different tags
Like tag=meter1 and tag=meter2
and then have the value in the field named value
So much easier to work with

I have two SDM230, each with its own database

DataBase "DB_Meters" and DataBase "DB_Meters2"
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Put Them in a energy database
Use influx and tag Them as Said. Thats so much easier to work wirh
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