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Mini-Monitor: Raspberry Pi Data Collection System

Copyright (c) 2014, Alaska Housing Finance Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this software except in compliance with the License, as described in the LICENSE.md file.

The Mini-Monitor software is data acquisition software that runs on a Raspberry Pi computer. It is designed to post the collected data to the BMON web-based sensor reading database and analysis software, but the software can be modified to post to other Internet databases. The Mini-Monitor software has the ability to collect data from a number of different sources, including:

The software design is flexible and allows for the easy addition of other data sources. To add a new data source, an appropriate "Reader" class written in Python must be created, and can then be combined with other Reader classes to create a customized data acquisition system.

Here is a picture of a Mini-Monitor installed in a boiler room connecting to Burnham Alpine Boiler and a string of 1-Wire temperature and motor sensors:

Mini-Monitor

For detailed information about this software:

Please see the Mini-Monitor Dcoumentation