Thanks for the reply. That’s a bit sad.
A whole bunch of timestamped readings at a much greater granularity would help a lot, even if there were missing readings, as long as the timestamp was present, it could be very useful to post-process it into daily curves and create my diurnal patterns
I know of other suppliers who are performing a smart analytics on the data such as profiling the various electricity consumption in the property to break down usage by washing machines, fridges, kettles etc. and they make this available to their subscriber.
What would be brilliant if the IHD would store the information to an internal file which, on connecting the USB cable to a computer would appear as a removable drive- then I could simply download every reading as e.g. a daily/weekly/monthly csv file. Clearly the IHD would need to overwrite old data when it ran out of space, but realistically, logging a reading with a unix time & datestamp every second of every day would only take around 50MB per month… or less than 1MB per month for one-minute intervals.
Are there any compatible IHDs that one could purchase that might have such functionality?