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   As you might already read  in my previous  ESP8266 Battery Monitor System Article,  I was using Thingspeak.com, because of it's flexibility, as a logger for live data uploading.

 In the latest week I was exploring deeper Thigspeak capabilities. What I was interested for was to check the possibility to build/configure and use a standalone Thingspeak Server that can run independently of Internet infrastructure on a small footprint, low power consumption platform.

  The interesting part regarding the Thingspeak Server deployment is the chosen platform, the new RASPBERRY PI 2 Board!



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Raspberry PI - Thingspeak Server installation
ESP8266 Battery Monitor System

 

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Re: Raspberry PI - Standalone Thingspeak Server installation for data logging
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2015, 08:14:36 pm »
UPDATE:

 New fresh install instructions based on the new RASPBIAN Jessie: Raspberry PI2 + Thingspeak Server on RASPBIAN Jessie

FIRST GOOD NEWS : The issue with the r8188eu WIFI chipset drivers seems to be solved. At least my dongle worked this time out of the box, nothing fancy to be done anymore.
 


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