Send current power consumption of a power meters to mqtt broker

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Description: Power Meter Logger for Raspberry Pi
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Reads the led impulses of a power meter via light sensor, calculate the current power consumption and sends it to a mqtt broker.

Installation:
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pip install rpi-power-meter-mqtt

Configuration:
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Needs a json configuration file as follows (don't forget to change ip's and credentials ;-)):

.. code:: json

{
"mqtt_client_id": "power_meter",
"mqtt_host": "192.168.0.210",
"mqtt_port": "1883",
"sources": [
{
"gpio": "4",
"topic": "halti/david/power_consumption"
},
{
"gpio": "17",
"topic": "halti/stweg/power_consumption"
}
]
}

Start:
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rpi-power-meter-mqtt config.json

Platform: UNKNOWN

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