Wil je zelf de slimme meter uitlezen dan heb je een p11 kabel nodig.
De slimme meter is voorzien van een p11 uitlees poort.
Een complete kit met alle benodigdheden is oa te koop bij:
Zeer eenvoudig te installeren.
Twee probleempjes waar ik tegen aanliep:
1. De pi kreeg geen netwerkverbinding en ik kon niets zien. Mbv van een hdmi kabel, wifi ingesteld.
En ja, toen werkte het, en dan heb je ook geen beeldscherm meer nodig. Je kunt alles remote met een webbrowser doen.
2. Ik kon geen apparaten aanmaken. Probleempje de foutieve baudrate bij het aanmaken van hardware slimme meter.
De baudrate moet 115200 zijn. Daarna was het ook mogelijk de apparaten aan te maken.
With this AIY Voice Kit from Google, you can build a standalone voice recognition system using the Google Assistant, or add voice recognition and natural language processing to your Raspberry Pi-based projects. The kit includes all of the components needed to assemble the basic kit that works with the on-device voice recognition with TensorFlow or Google Assistant SDK (only available outside of the EU).
Included in the kit:
- Voice HAT accessory board
- Voice HAT microphone board
- MagPi AIY Projects book
- Plastic standoffs
- 3” speaker (wires attached)
- Arcade-style push button
- 4-wire button cable
- 5-wire daughter board cable
- External cardboard box
- Internal cardboard frame
- Lamp holder
Necessary items that are not included:
As a boy, I used to sing in the Church choir, and the only instrument I learnt to play was the Recorder… but I never got very good at it.
So, as the years pass by, I started learning the Tin Whistle (also known as the Irish Flute). As most of the tunes I was learning to play could be played on both. I started to learn the Fiddle, (the Violin).
Check out my Blog pages to find the tutorails that I use to help myself learn tunes
Some time ago. I desided to make these little videos, just for myself, as I wanted something to play along with, wanted to inprove my technique, timeing and rytham.
The main reason that I started to make my video play along tutorials. Was because I could not find what I was looking for on YouTube. There are lots of other tutorials out there for the Tin Whistle and Violin, and they are all good in their own way. But once I had made a few of them, I desided to set up a channel and share.
I hope you enjoy the same Music that I do… (if not feel free to make a request). Most of the videos are made from Midi audio tracks. but as I get good enough at each tune, I will replace the midi whistle or violin part with me playing the part so that you can see how I progress.
Find all the video Tutorails on our YouTube Channel
Simple easy to follow animated tutorials for the beginner to advanced players alike