- Does the digital counter has some means of communicating its value electronically in stead of only for human eyes? If yes, what ways are possible.
- If that can't be done, you might have to tap the system that sends the count to that digital counter to show. What system is that (a point of sale system?) and how would you get the current count out if it electronically.
By the way, an Arduino or a phone or a tablet or even a small laptop certainly fits in even a small shop. So it's not clear at all why you can't use it. Can you explain?
I need to send small numeric values (like: '12', '598') over the internet.
I cannot use my laptop or phone as the data will be transmitted from a remote location, like a small shop.
Basically I need to find the live sales of a shop. For this purpose I am going to use a digital counter
Can I fetch value from the Digital Counter and send it over the internet?
If yes, how?
I need to know an alternative to send data over the internet