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  1. #46
    alexd
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    Re: 'Rugged' phones?

    On Wed, 22 Oct 2008 08:22:43 +0100, T i m wrote:

    > It is just a wireless transmitter that has a magnetic induction (?)
    > sensor you clamp round one of the i/c tails and it sends 'info' at
    > regular intervals to a remote display.


    > I like the idea of it being a data sever with a suitable SNMP client but
    > alas, not in this case.


    What I'm after is something that can clamp onto a mains cable, and when
    polled [with SNMP preferably] would give the kWh used so far. That way it
    could be polled periodically and power usage could be ascertained.
    Ideally it would be powered with PoE, and be cheap [ <£50]. Don't ask for
    much, do I?

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  2. #47
    T i m
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    Re: 'Rugged' phones?

    On 22 Oct 2008 18:34:45 GMT, alexd <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Wed, 22 Oct 2008 08:22:43 +0100, T i m wrote:
    >
    >> It is just a wireless transmitter that has a magnetic induction (?)
    >> sensor you clamp round one of the i/c tails and it sends 'info' at
    >> regular intervals to a remote display.

    >
    >> I like the idea of it being a data sever with a suitable SNMP client but
    >> alas, not in this case.

    >
    >What I'm after is something that can clamp onto a mains cable, and when
    >polled [with SNMP preferably] would give the kWh used so far. That way it
    >could be polled periodically and power usage could be ascertained.


    This might be getting close ..
    http://www.munet.com/webgate-iris.html

    >Ideally it would be powered with PoE, and be cheap [ <50]. Don't ask for
    >much, do I?


    No indeed you don't! ;-)

    Cheers, T i m



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