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== Improvements ==
 
== Improvements ==
* Connect LoRaWAN Arduino to power meter and transmit voltage/current/power usage
 
 
* Add fuses
 
* Add fuses
 
** These resettable fuses can deal with up to 48V (depending on the rating, some only with lower voltages): [https://www.reichelt.de/rueckstellbarer-geraeteschutzschalter-5-0a-t9-611p-5a-p69579.html?&trstct=pol_0 Reichelt]
 
** These resettable fuses can deal with up to 48V (depending on the rating, some only with lower voltages): [https://www.reichelt.de/rueckstellbarer-geraeteschutzschalter-5-0a-t9-611p-5a-p69579.html?&trstct=pol_0 Reichelt]
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* Option for 48V -> 12V converter
 
* Option for 48V -> 12V converter
 
* additional connectors, like USB, USB-C, passive PoE...
 
* additional connectors, like USB, USB-C, passive PoE...
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=== LoRaWAN ===
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We want to transmit voltage/current/power usage via LoRaWAN. The power meter can output that data via its TTL USB port.
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Revision as of 17:25, 18 October 2019

     
DC consume01

Release status: beta [box doku]

Consume01-001.jpg
Description 12V power meter and distribution box
Author(s)  Severin
Last Version  0.1

A 12V power meter and distribution unit.

  • Input: 12V via speakon connector
  • Output: 12V via 3 car "lighter" sockets
  • Power metering: GC90 power meter

Power meter

The GC90 power meter can deal with up to 100V DC at 20A. It also has a TTL port via USB connector.

Improvements

  • Add fuses
    • These resettable fuses can deal with up to 48V (depending on the rating, some only with lower voltages): Reichelt
    • Bigger DC fuses are available here at solarbag (probably not for this part of the setup though)
  • Option for 48V -> 12V converter
  • additional connectors, like USB, USB-C, passive PoE...

LoRaWAN

We want to transmit voltage/current/power usage via LoRaWAN. The power meter can output that data via its TTL USB port.

First test with a ProMini LoRaWAN node and a level shifter