Home Energy Monitoring

Posted by: MSDN: Coding4Fun, on 27 Sep 2010 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Recently, the noise from the multiple servers running in the garage, the enormous energy bills, and my general sense of I should do more to save the planet outweighed my procrastination and led me to take action and reduce my energy consumption. My first step was buying an Energy Monitor. After looking at a few different models, I spotted one with a USB cable that would allow me to send the readings to a home PC. Ohh! I could do something with the data instead of just looking at it on a handheld...

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