CurrentCost GUICurrentCost (http://www.currentcost.com) monitors allow you to monitor your home electricity usage. You can connect a serial cable to them to get the data out of them in an XML format.
This project contains an application written to capture this data and display it in the form of graphs and descriptions.
See the features page for a list of what the application can do and a few small screenshots.
Downloads - download the latest version of the application Features - see a list of everything the app can currently do Getting started - find out how to get started with the application Prerequisites - see what you will need to run the app FAQ - got a question? it might be answered here Change history - see what changed in previous versions Project feeds - subscribe to get updates when something changes Source code - see the source for the app here... and submit new features! UPDATE: The software does work with the newer CC128 meters.
Note: If you want to access the data from CurrentCost meters for use in your own applications, you may prefer to use source from http://code.google.com/p/currentcost/ which gives you enough source to parse and store CurrentCost data, without the graphical representations in this project.
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