Raspberry PI Shield for French dedicated energy meter TeleinfoDesigned by Charles in France
Great news Product back in stock, now release V1.3, it's the same than V1.2 with - Added 10K Pullup on RX line, in case you want to use the board with other hardware such as ESP8266, Arduino, ...) ...Read More…
Product back in stock, now release V1.3, it's the same than V1.2 with - Added 10K Pullup on RX line, in case you want to use the board with other hardware such as ESP8266, Arduino, ...) - R1 Decreased from 10K to 4K7 to be able to fix issue with Linky cassic mode (9600BPS)
A Raspberry Pi shield for French nationnal metering system called "Téléinfo". This convert data issued from Nationnal Energy provider to serial interface and then, let the user doing whatever he likes with the data, such as putting them into Emoncms or sending them to a SQL database.
Following lot of users demands that wanted a cheap board after reading my dedicated article on my blog
It's tiny, simple, cheap and very useful!!
One complete and assembled board. The Raspberri PI black connector (2x5pt) is provided and soldered. Téléinfo terminal block connector can be provided (with classics screw or new one, zero press, no tool needed). To minimize transport size and keep the possibility to put Raspberry PI with enclosure, Téléinfo connector is soldered same side than the RPi GPIO connector (like picture). If you don't want it to be soldered, just select the correct option before checkout. The SD CARD on picture is for size reference only, it's not included.
This device works with any Raspberry Pi Version (2, B, B+, A, Zero, 3, ....). Alternatively it can also be used to connect to any device that as a RX line input such as Arduino, ESP8266, ESP32, ...
Is is also compatible with new Linky metering system
Please read blog dedicated articles
If you have any question or need support, please go to the dedicated section on the community forum
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Éric | Oct. 13, 2017
Franck | Nov. 6, 2016
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Yann | Feb. 2, 2016
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