2nd version of Nabito [open socket] is out on Inctructables! Comment, like/dislike or join the project and start building your own EV charging network! https://www.instructables.com/id/Nabito-Open-Socket-V2-Smart-Meter-for-EV-Charging/
Hi all, I created a short video describing the Nabito project, both the control box and the web app. Please feel free to like, comment or critisize constructively. 😉 –Stefan
Why should anybody be building or developing a cheap open source smart meter for EV charging? Here are some reasons why I think it’s important: 1. EVs will rule Electric vehicles (EVs) should gradually replace all gasoline/diesel vehicles, at least let’s hope that is going to be the case. Tim Urban made a very nice blog post (not really a blog post, it’s more like a short book) about Tesla and all the intricacies of EVs. If you have a couple of hours, read it: https://waitbutwhy.com/2015/06/how-tesla-will-change-your-life.html Tesla has already sparked a movement towards electro-mobility and as Tesla Model 3 enters...
A build guide for “Nabito – the open socket” is available now. You can find it at: https://www.instructables.com/id/Nabito-the-Open-Socket-Cheap-Smart-Meter-for-EV-Ch/ It’s a €50 ($60) smart meter designed to be used for charging of electric vehicles. The GUI web application is available at https://github.com/sysdist/nabito-app