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CO2 Meters, CO2 Sensors, CO2 Monitors, Data Loggers |
Definitely need one for the meeting rooms, since 1000ppm is when people start going dumb...
CO2  meter  monitor  sensor  hardware  electronics  devices 
june 2019 by asteroza
NERV極秘資料 - 電力使用状況
While making an anime in-joke, some dude has whipped up a meter style readout from TEPCO CSV data regarding available and current power (XML updates every 5 minutes apparently)(TEPCO data reports in units of 10000KW due to japanese number conventions, so that screws other mashups numbering conventions)
humor  web  mashup  service  anime  evangelion  operation  yashima  japan  earthquake  2011  TEPCO  realtime  power  energy  information  meter  infographics  visualization  Delicious 
march 2011 by asteroza
BGStar and iBGStar designed with you to take charge of life with diabetes - BGStar®
Still have to stab yourself so not quite there yet, but definitely increasing the the usability and convenience of blood glucose monitoring for diabetics. Still, I would prefer the the non-invasive IR laser blood glucose measurement device that's currently under development.
iBGStar  iPhone  iPod  blood  glucose  monitoring  measurement  dongle  hardware  electronics  devices  diabetes  medicine  health  analytics  meter  Delicious 
september 2010 by asteroza
Intel's experimental sensor analyzes appliance power consumption from single outlet -- Engadget
Interesting concept from intel for remote power consumption measurement of devices. Fixes the chicken-and-egg problem of needing smarthome/smartmeter/smartgrid compatible appliances that can directly report consumption to be able to measure granular energy consumption in a home. It still won't provide true remote control (smarthome may be able to shut down individual outlets as a broad measure), but it's a decent way to retrofit existing homes and appliances. Though Intel or somebody is going to make simple inline smarthome compatible power controllers for appliances at prices that manufacturers will live with (assuming there isn't a government mandate forcing the integration) eventually...
intel  smartgrid  smarthome  smartmeter  home  appliance  remote  electricity  consumption  measurement  meter  sensor  metrics  analytics  power  green  energy  Delicious 
april 2010 by asteroza
TEPCO to begin tests of electricity 'smart meters' : Business : DAILY YOMIURI ONLINE (The Daily Yomiuri)
Interesting that the granularity of data is in 30 minute intervals and that the data is available though a TEPCO website. Is the granularity an issue of how the information is transmitted (such as a data only GSM/UMTS radio modem only firing in 30 minute data bursts)? You would think dumping data through the powerlines via PLC to the local transformer to collect and forward would be easier. I also wonder about the web API to access your own power data, and how your power metadata will be handled (privacy/marketing concerns), considering third party groups such as Google will want access.
TEPCO  japan  smartmeter  smart  meter  smartgrid  trial  Delicious 
march 2010 by asteroza - Domotica, Home automation in the Netherlands - Realtime Plugwise Device Status
A decent start for an online personal power consumption dashboard, using PlugWise ZigBee derivative (using Digi propreitary mesh routing) current sensors to monitor household power consumption.
PlugWise  Digi  zigbee  SMART  grid  power  consumption  meter  monitoring  logging  tracking  green  energy  Delicious 
may 2009 by asteroza
Power grid is found susceptible to cyberattack | ITworld
Smart meters as part of a smart grid network are equally vulnerable to security attacks as other classes of computers. Unfortunately, in the metering and SCADA industry, security is usually an afterthought due to assumed closed network design. In this particular example, some of the compromised smart meters were using Windows XPembedded, which likely was never patched since it left the factory.
remote  network  security  pentesting  monitoring  control  attack  grid  SMART  utility  SCADA  meter  vulnerability  DDoS  AMI  Delicious 
march 2009 by asteroza - IEEE, conference drive smart grids
IEEE working group P2030 is working on standards for smart grids, and their interoperability. Hopefully they will embrace and enforce open standards without significant hurdles (such as patent licensing, and certain types of regulatory body certification which can not be achieved normally with opensource software/hardware though considering these are potentially considered life critical systems some of that may be inescapable). Making the barriers to entry for for smart grid products and interfaces is critical.
green  energy  network  control  design  grid  SMART  architecture  communications  group  ieee  standards  meter  working  P2030  Delicious 
march 2009 by asteroza
Greener Gadgets | PPP | John Leung
This would sell in japan, considering their obsession with cute.
green  energy  power  monitoring  control  hardware  electronics  devices  grid  SMART  wireless  adapter  cute  switch  home  meter  socket  PPP  Delicious 
february 2009 by asteroza
Greener Gadgets | Power-Hog | Mathieu Zastawny, Mansour Ourasanah, Tom Dooley, Peter Byar, Elysa Soffer, Mathieu Turpault
Naturally, the original socket would need to be defended to prevent bypass. But, this could be a good secondary income source for cafes and airports that are trying to fight off power leechers.
energy  control  hardware  electronics  devices  electricity  operated  switch  coin  meter  on-demand  power-hog  pay-as-you-go  Delicious 
february 2009 by asteroza
Greener Gadgets | eMetric | Jason Deperro
pushing the smart grid intelligence from the meter down to the individual powerstrip/socket
green  wifi  grid  SMART  wireless  metrics  powerstrip  intelligent  meter  measurement  eMetric  Delicious 
february 2009 by asteroza
DVICE: 12 planet-saving ideas from the Greener Gadgets Design Competition
The home use photocell switch is a simple idea. The Power-Hog could be a great secondary income flow for any cafe with laptop users, or airports. The Bware inline water use meter is like a water version of the kill-a-watt. Giving it remote wireless access puts it into the same class as the tweeting kill-a-watt and other smart meters for smart homes and smart grids (smart grid doesn't necessarily mean just electricity).
ideas  conservation  green  energy  infrastructure  grid  SMART  Water  home  meter  gadgets  power-hog  Bware  Delicious 
february 2009 by asteroza

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