I do find that the eagle is "touchy" when adding a provider.
touchy, but once it is added... it is saved.
These or the 'numReadings' to use with the rest/db/table/readings/ call
That's 450 power readings an hour, 10800 a day, 75600 a week.
4 months of readings is about 1 million records.
This adds up.
The power comes every ~8 seconds; Energy and pricing... less frequent. Maybe every 30-60 seconds.
Lots. PowerEYE saves 3 sets of messages from the Eagle.
I will be adding and enhancing these with more 'customizations'
Currently there are 2 ways:
Thats about a days worth of readings.
The 'recent' query return the last 10000 values in the same XML format as shown above.
You can request "your" data using any of
Example Rest style URL: http://your.powereye.servername/powereye/rest/power/currentXML response:
<power unit="watts" timetamp="current">4061.0</power>
the following http request URLs that have been implemented:
No, not in the current version. PowerEYE consumes all the eagle messages.But once you switch to PowerEYE, you might not want to go back ;)
I have thought about implementing a pass-through mode that would consume the messages and then pass them on to bidgely or wattvision.
I have NOT built that functionality yet, but Iam investigating it.
Once the eagle has powerEYE added as a cloud provider, it is easy to temporarily switch between other service providers. You can try PowerEYE for a short time then go back to Bidgley or Wattvision if you want.
it works right off, other times i had to delete the entry go back to the
home page and start again.
Yes, I have now fully tested the PowerEYERunner (embedded Jetty version) on my Pi2 running Fedora 21.
- A JDK is available (and well documented) on the PI
- Jetty WebAPP server also runs. (see http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/3710/running-jetty-webserver)
so based on that it should work fine.PowerEYERunner all-in-one package has Jetty embedded so if you get a JDK installed the "Quick-start" instructions should work without any problems.
When connected, the right side of the options page should reflect that you are connected.
Go to the options page and enter your:After a few seconds it should take that info and automatically connect.
There are 2 ways:
You can run it BUT the Eagle HAN did NOT want to use my SSL URL,Let us know if you do - on the PowerEYE discussion forum.
although I have a self-signed certificate so you might be able to get it to work.
If you get an error, then you need to update your JDK.
You can test what version you have by opening a command prompt and typing:
You need either version 7 or 8 of the Java Development Kit - JDK.
I suggest the latest JDK 8 version from:
The regular JRE runtime is not enough because PowerEYE needs to compile the included Java JSP files as it serves you its web pages.