Looking at getting an eon setup, but I have an economy seven meter - which has two pulse outputs.
The Economy 7 meter has a bit of a wonky clock (not nearly enough that that the energy company cares), so the different pulse outputs are the things that tell me when I am on cheap rate power.
Looks like the emonpi only supports one pulse sensor - is that a hardware limitation on the Arduino side, or on the Pi side?
Whilst I am fairly happy to pay for the overall system (case and all) to help cover dev costs paying another 80 quid for a second pulse sensor seems a little OTT - so is there another way?
I presume an arduino nano every would have sufficient counting capacity, it’s just getting that data back to the Pi that’s the question…
As far as I am aware there is never a case when the two pulses would be active at the same time - so I might be able to combine them and have something else spot which one is firing to see which power rate I am getting?