The Energia IDE is based off the Arduino one. The coding is the same for the most part. The CC3200 has WiFi on it. I had a few TI boards sitting on the shelf when I started the project so I went with what I had. I would have preferred a low-side connection for the shunt but couldn't find a breakout that supported that. Right now I have the current monitor and a RTC connected. Adding an SD card interface to store data. Right now I keep the NetAH in the RTC memory but that's all I can save and restore. If I reboot I lose the historical data.
Was thinking I could add other boards on the network to provide info about tanks, control lights, etc. Haven't done anything on the iOS app since last winter. It displays the numbers but haven't got the chart code right.
So far I haven't spent much money on it, only needed to buy the RTC & current boards. Seems the equipment takes a beating on the road, after 13,000km the LCD display broke off its pins, now it has dbl side tape holding it on the perf board.
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