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Using a Nanode to send data
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January 18, 2012
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I currently upload energy data to Pachube, but am considering moving to Thingspeak, and wondered if there are any Nanode sketches available to upload data to Thingspeak?

A  Nanode is basically a ethernet enabled arduino, but the main difference is that it uses a ENC28J60 ethernet controller, so it can't use the ethernet.h library, but can use the ethercard.h or ethershield.h libraries.

January 19, 2012
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Hi, I'm working on a sketch that uploads data from a NanodeRF to Thingspeak and downloads some data back to the device. The code is derived from the OpenEnergyMonitor project. I'll sent you a PM with the code I have at the moment. It works but it's terribly written ^^ (I'm no programmer)

January 19, 2012
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coppenss said:

Hi, I'm working on a sketch that uploads data from a NanodeRF to Thingspeak and downloads some data back to the device. The code is derived from the OpenEnergyMonitor project. I'll sent you a PM with the code I have at the moment. It works but it's terribly written ^^ (I'm no programmer)

Thanks, It looks good to me!

I will spend some time over the weekend and try it out.

 

Paul

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