Raspberry Domotics Teleinformation extension card Pi.
Compatible with Raspberry Pi A, B, B +, B + V2, V3 (see connector placement on the FAQ)
Teleinformation is a protocol used on EDF meters to communicate with energy managers or load shedding systems. This expansion card (Shield) is mounted on a Raspberry Pi and will allow you through its two teleinformation decoding circuits, read the information of your electricity meters. It also allows, thanks to the built-in real-time clock, to date the readings before recording them.
The RPIDOM v2 offers the following features:
- 2 x tele-information connectors for opto-isolated EDF type meters
- 1 x 1-wire home automation bus connector (1wire hardware and protected, supported by official components Maxim / Dallas DS2482)
- 1 x saved clock (RTC DS1338) by a super-capa recharged automatically by the raspberry pi when it is powered on.
RPIDOM is the ideal expansion card for developing a standalone home automation server, measuring the power consumption of your home and / or production of your photovoltaic system, recording temperatures with the 1-wire bus, etc.
You access the teleinfo data via the raspberry Pi serial port and select the counter via a selection command sent to the serial port.
You can ideally use the OWFS software to support the 1Wir bus
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