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by dracula
Monday 18 January 2016 1:14
Forum: Others
Topic: watermeter Elster V200 PR6P:1
Replies: 69
Views: 23151

Re: watermeter Elster V200 PR6P:1

I don't use piface, just raw GPIO pins. Afaik, they don't have internal pull-up/down resistors, but in the circuit displayed below I would think that the signal is stable in any state, and within the voltage limits of the Pi. Or am I missing something? Proximity-Sensor-2-direct.png Note: This is an ...
by dracula
Sunday 17 January 2016 3:38
Forum: Others
Topic: watermeter Elster V200 PR6P:1
Replies: 69
Views: 23151

Re: watermeter Elster V200 PR6P:1

I suppose the amount of devices you can power with a single power supply is limited by its amp output? My Raspberry Pi is powered via 5V mini-usb... and that's currently the only power supply in there, so I'll have to dig up another adapter for the sensor. Furthermore, I've been wondering about your...
by dracula
Monday 04 January 2016 1:29
Forum: Others
Topic: watermeter Elster V200 PR6P:1
Replies: 69
Views: 23151

Re: watermeter Elster V200 PR6P:1

Hello Paul, I'm trying to replicate your awesome setup, and have some questions about it: * When my sensor arrived (exactly the one you linked - from dx.com), the glue was still liquid and the electronic components and wires could be freely pulled out of the metal housing. And now, 4 weeks later, th...