July 27, 2012 AT 12:00 am
Raspberry Pi Solar Data Logger #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Brian Dorey.com | Raspberry Pi Solar Data Logger via HaD. Brian writes –
The Raspberry Pi solar data logger project is now live and is the latest version of our previous data logging systems using Arduino and Android + IOIO board projects.
The data is used on a custom reporting website onhome.briandorey.com and also on Android and iPad tablet apps.
The Raspberry Pi is used as a data processing and uploading system which pulls data from the following sensors and then uploads to a web server via HTTP GET.
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