First look at this. Couldn’t have said it better myself.
What is IoTaWatt?
IoTaWatt is an open-source, web-enabled electricity monitor designed for use in residential and small commercial environments. It is a small, low-cost device that measures and records real-time electricity consumption from a building’s electrical circuits, and provides detailed energy data to help users track and optimize their energy usage. The device is capable of measuring up to 14 separate circuits, and can be configured to measure a variety of electrical parameters, including voltage, current, power, energy, and frequency. The data collected by the IoTaWatt can be accessed and analyzed using a web interface or various third-party energy management software tools.
Can IoTaWatt Graph results?
Yes, the IoTaWatt can graph the results it records. It has a built-in web server that allows users to view and analyze energy data in real-time through a web browser. The web interface provides a variety of graphing options, including line graphs, bar graphs, and pie charts, which can be customized based on the user’s preferences. The graphs can display energy usage data for individual circuits or for the entire building, and can be filtered by time period, such as hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. The graphs can be a useful tool for identifying patterns in energy usage, tracking energy costs, and optimizing energy efficiency.
Well, no pie charts but still pretty amazing.