I’ve been looking into the emonTH as an outdoor temperature sensor solution. I mean to put it in a waterproof enclosure of some sort to hopefully last forever. It’d be my first time with any sort of emon or OEM hardware or software. I’m already running OpenMQTTGateway that decodes most common 433MHz protocols. I’d assume the emonTH uses a proprietary protocol to communicate its readings.
Has anyone modified the firmware to send the 433MHz messages with a different protocol? Like the Nexus protocol used by cheap weather station sensors, one that OMG can read. I’m sure it’s possible since it’s open source but I don’t know if there are any hardware consequences for this relating to battery management.