Highlights:

10 May 2011

  1. E-Meter broken into two separate boards due to board size limitation in Eagle

  2. E-Meter main board schematic entry complete; see the schematic



  3. E-Meter input board schematic entry complete; see the schematic



  4. E-Meter main board layout complete; see the board



  5. E-Meter input board layout complete; see the board



  6. E-Meter main board completed; see the photo



  7. E-Meter input board completed; see the photo



  8. E-Meter UI demonstration; see the youtube video



  9. Base station prototype using a Perl script demonstration; see the gui



  10. Smart Breaker schematic entry complete

  11. Smart Breaker printed circuit board complete

  12. Smart Breaker printed circuit board assembled; see the photo



  13. Senior design open-house completed; see photo of team at their workbench



8 April 2011

  1. E-Meter LCD is now functional; see the video



  2. E-Meter current sense circuitry tested with plotted measurements below



  3. E-Meter serial data connection circuitry assembled and tested



  4. Cancelled PICA base station

18 February 2011

  1. Project Proposal Feasibility Study (PPFS) is done -- look under our 'documents' section for a copy
  2. Running code on the LEON3 processor for the Base Station
  3. Power supply design for ADE7763 chips is complete
  4. ADE7763 input network components have been tested and are working
  5. The MSPGCC4 toolchain for the E-meter compiles

 

 

 


















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