You have given me great advice in the past via the electric imp forum, and if you happen to have a moment, I would appreciate any thoughts you have about this:
I'm thinking of using a Steca TA VM2 flow meter on a whole house domestic water line and counting pulses with an Imp. In the last year or two I have taught myself a fair amount about electronics and the imp, but mainly with temp sensors and relays. Pulse counters are new to me. Below is a link to the meter. http://www.sunsourceproducts.com/library/documents/Steca_TA_VM2_specification_EN.pdf
My goal is to set up an alarm when water use exceeds normal values. I know that will take some thought. However, for now, before I try to build such a device, I'm curious if this meter (Steca TA VM2) is a good match for the Imp, or if another type of pulse output meter will be easier to work with? Mainly, do you know good quality meters with a better output? Thanks in advance.