Category Archives: Furnace Monitor

Arduino code for PowerMeter using ADE7763

So here is the current version of the code. Not cleaned up yet, but it is functional. It does not include the code for the PIC processor needed only if you want to mux 30+ sensors into the one ADE. … Continue reading

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PICKit-3 and the 16F627A

Saturday I spent the whole day getting my wife’s sewing machine running again. Sunday morning was spend on domestic jobs. Sunday evening I got some time to start back on the the Energy Monitor project. First thing I did was … Continue reading

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Pachube and the furnace project

Just came across the website www.pachube.com. It allows a user to post data to their servers and then use their services to graph and otherwise manipulate the data. Think of it as the YouTube of dynamic data.

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Furnace monitor bugs

After the power outage and all the work involved with getting the household back up and running (I have never done that much laundry at one time) I had some time to work on the furnace monitor. I finished the … Continue reading

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“Playing Hookie”

Since I worked all day Saturday and finished my project at work, I decided to stay home today (Monday). Although I am using the time from Saturday to account for 40 hours this week, it still feels vaguely naughty staying … Continue reading

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Moving Furnace Monitor over to RS-485

Last night I got the three primary zone circuits instrumented and connected to the Arduino. I also have the two thermistors working but I have yet to run the outdoor sensor through the house wall. All this has been done … Continue reading

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Furnace Monitor

I have been up against a bug in my furnace monitor Arduini code for two days. The first night I¬†looked for it I had had a rough day at work. My mind was spent. Last night (although it did take … Continue reading

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