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Python client for Orange and Rockland Utility smart energy meters

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This is a utility package to interact with an Orange and Rockland Utility smart energy meter

Oru calls the APIs of the Orange and Rockland Utility smart energy meter to return the latest meter read value and unit of measurement.

It requires the credentials (email, password, MFA type, MFA secret) and the account id and meter number. MFA type can be either Security Question or TOTP (e.g. Google Authenticator). For MFA Security Question, to set up your MFA secret (answer), log ingto, go to your profile and reset your 2FA method. When setting up 2FA again, there will be option to say you do not have texting on your phone. Select this and you should be able to use a security question instead. For MFA TOTP, choose Google Authenticator, choose a device type and when presented with the QR code, click on “Can’t scan?”. It should provide you with the MFA secret. The account id and meter number can be found on your Orange and Rockland Utility bill.

Example usage:

from oru import Meter

meter = Meter(

value, unit_of_measurement = event_loop.run_until_complete(meter.last_read())

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