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Building a power meter application with an 8-bit MCU

5/15/2011 05:10 AM EDT
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fdunn0
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fdunn0   5/17/2011 4:47:15 PM
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Figure 1. is on the second page.

AB345
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AB345   5/17/2011 12:01:16 PM
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Where is Fig 1. ?

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jcabetas   5/17/2011 11:47:09 AM
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In Spain, because of a European Directive, all meters will have to meet requirements of Open Meter. That implies a communication layer and a more need of processing power

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Sheetal.Pandey   5/17/2011 8:14:28 AM
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Electronic meters have a number of advantages over their electro-mechanical predecessors. Namely, the mechanical construction is more cost-effective and is simpler due to the fact that there are no moving parts. Is there some error in the second line, instead of mechanical it should be electonics.

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Muhammad.Yaqoob   5/17/2011 6:49:58 AM
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This is very useful design article for power measurements.

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Luis Sanchez   5/16/2011 8:05:14 PM
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This is a great article. I wasn't sure that we could make power measurement with a small device and no mechanical elements. Now I see it's possible... I'm called to build one myself. I'd like to know how much power is sucking each one of my devices in my house. Measuring the stand-by consumption and so on. Now that we are all concerned with the environment and green technologies, it's an important tool to have at home. Great article! Thanks!

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