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This page is supposed to help getting fluksoUSB to work.

There are bits and pieces for most of it floating around the net - alas it doesn't seem to work properly yet.

What is fluksoUSB?

To answer this you should first of all give Flukso itself a look. Flukso is an open source web-based community metering application. It basically consists of two devices combined into one:

  • an ATmega based measuring PCB that you can hook up transducers to
  • an Atheros based OpenWRT system

The two of them are linked via UART (for Flukso v1 - it's SPI for Flukso v2 which is going to be available any time soon). fluksoUSB ist the ATmega part of Flukso


There is a brilliant description on how to get the hardware to work


  • You can find software for it in comsound's github repo. It doesn't give readings below some 1.000 Watts though - still some funny bug in it.
  • domke seems to have put together something, too.



  • What stops us from using the new flukso code?
  • Why does fluksoUSB only show reasonable values when more than 1.000 Watts are connected?
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