Remote Database

Sending data to a remote database has many benefits, such as allowing you to access and retrieve the stored data from anywhere and at any time. This is especially useful if you have multiple devices or if you want to share the data with others.

Additionally, using a database that is part of web hosting simplifies the process of sending and storing data, as it offers a MySQL database that can be easily accessed and managed.

When using an IP voltmeter, you can send data by using the POST method. To do so, you will need to enter the server address and the subdirectory where the PHP script that receives the data is located.

Once you have entered this information, you can send the data to the remote server by clicking the "Save" button.

Remote Database

If you ever need to stop sending data, you can simply leave the form empty and press the Save button, and no data will be sent. This gives you complete control over when and how data is sent and stored in the remote database.