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** Button-up solar array wiring (Ben, Alex)
** Button-up solar array wiring (Ben, Alex)
** Weather station installation fixup (Ivan, Sotheary, Corey)
** Weather station installation fixup (Ivan, Sotheary, Corey)
== Fall 2011 ==
* Fix network port for DELL (CP) - Sunday
* Move weather data to postgress (IB) - Working on transfer script and writing directly to postgres, filter bogus data in a view
* Finish wiring on solar (TW, BS) - Waiting on wall clips, Ben to send Charlie the size
* Finish EDisplay (S, G) - Checking comment script, add weather, add more buildings when data is available
* Mount EDisplays (ALL) - Networking on Sunday
* Figure out best high visibility project (ALL) - Ben working on boiler spec and setting-up a Friday lunch meeting with Portland company.
* Figure out SEPAM addressing (BS, CP) - Maintenance is hiring a Scheinder Electric person who will do this while on-campus
* Engineer individual building monitors (BS) - Considering a Square D unit since we work with a lot of that gear already.
* Information sign (TW, IB)
* Degree day calculations (Corey)
* Occupancy normalization - (All) Consider number of person hours per building per day.
== Projects ==
== Projects ==

Revision as of 19:28, 25 September 2012

The Summer 2009 project page: https://wiki.cs.earlham.edu/index.php/HIP:summer2009

The Summer 2008 Party and Todo list is here: http://stewie.cs.earlham.edu/trac.cgi/wiki/TODO


Fall 2012


Documentation for Portable Units

May 11, 2009

January 19, 2009

January 30, 2006

Colin, Alex, Tom, Jeff, Bryan, Maduna, Alan, Charlie

Organization Meeting - January 11, 2006

Alex, Bryan, Colin, Tom, Maduna, Jeff, Charlie

To Do

Last updated 2006-02-05

Useful Support Documents from Davis Instruments:

Other local data that can easily be harvested: Farmland


To Do For winter 09


the weather or we we are gonna find another machine, or we are going to work on trying to find a linux compatible software??

To Do For Start of Semester '10

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