Do any of the Arduino kits monitor multiple data-points from various sensors either sequentially or or simultaneously?
I'm looking for an open-hardware licensed data-logging solution for:
1. solar heating applications (as a DIY digital differential controller and multizone controller) by connecting thermistors at critical points in hot water and hydronic home heating systems.
2. to monitor the per-circuit-breaker power usage (for DIY home power monitoring) by connecting AC current transducers to each of the hot wires at the circuit-breaker box.
3. for testing/monitoring solar water heating collectors in innovative configurations, for example, so panels provide max heat in winter but are adequately shaded in summer to prevent heat overloading..
Are there any existing Arduino projects addressing these? If not, I would be happy to participate with any engineer interested in pursuing any of these.
Some background about me/us and why I'm posting here:
I help run DekkaSupply that sells "sustainable systems and solutions for communities and businesses that want to thrive in them". You can see a DIY wiki page that links to adafruit here: http://dekkasupply.com/xowiki/solar-diy-resources
We prefer to resell products from experts etc. We run a paperless office using open-source software. I operate a truly sustainable, scalable data center design project using open-hardware designs, open-source software etc. called LotusGreenDataCenters with variations for various climates and terrain. The website is temporarily offline. This data logging project would be incorporated into it as part of a continual improvement strategy in energy/heat management for various modular designs.