Flukso Energy meter monitoring pack: Part 2: Get data into MySQL

This blog post is part of a series check out the other posts in this series: Part 1: Intro on the device used Part 2: Get data into MySQL Part 3: Get data into SCOM Part 4: Seeing it in action So after we have successfully installed the device and data is flowing to the flukso website we get a nice graph on our dashboard which is available by logging into the website: Cool… So now we get a clear overview of our energy consumption. But there’s nothing we can do with it basically. We can look at it. Make some adjustments but no alerts, no long term reports nothing… So as I discussed in the first post there’s an open API which makes the data available locally. This is great. No need to retrieve the data from an external website. It stays inside my own network. The setup was very similar to my Nest Thermostat approach because I had that framework already in place I planned to use it the...
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