After looking at how to get continuous monitoring working on the Pi - I’ve realised it’s a little bit out of my depth for now and I simply don’t have the free time yet to go into the fine detail, setup environments and practise some firmware loads.
However, it does seem that a few years ago, there was a fully developed version of the code which incorporated continuous monitoring. Could anyone explain what stopped this and made discrete monitoring the only option?
So far, my understanding is that there is a conflict caused with the RF component on the emonpi. But if there’s no requirement to use this (i.e. a standalone emonpi) theoretically you can alter the emontx-cm sketch to get the benefit of it.
The github repositories do still mention continuous-monitoring, but I’m not able to find such a branch and presume it’s a left-over of the old versions?
If anyone does have such a ready-to-go hex for the emonpi they’d be willing to share, it would be greatly appreciated!