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Hello guys,

I have added a 433mhz receiver shield to my arduino, originally to listen to a wireless data feed from a home weather station. I no longer need to receive the weather data via the wireless sensors but still want to make use of the arduino; I have an eaga home energy monitor, are there any tutorials/sketches to help listen to this data?

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Mike
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Hi Mike

I don't know the Eaga product, and a quick scan of the interwebs didn't turn up anything directly relating to it with the Arduino but if you went through the process of decoding the transmissions from your weather station for your original project this is likely going to be a very similar exercise.

The good news is the data sheet states it's a 433MHz transmitter so you're at least in the right neighbourhood smiley

Geoff
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