Decoding OWL CM130 wireless monitor signal

So, i have a OWL CM130 wireless energy monitor for keeping an eye on power consumption at home.
It’s a great little gadget, but also a very cheap one: i bought it a few years ago for around 30€ in eBay, but it won’t let me do anything with the data, other than display it.

The OWL CM130 kit
The OWL CM130 kit

These usually work in 433MHz band, and i happen to have a 433MHz AM receiver similar to this one:
http://ardumarket.com/en/transmisors/transmisor-rf-fs1000a-330-443mhz-arduino-pic-id19.html

And this is the pinout:

FS1000A 433MHz receiver and transmitter pinout
FS1000A 433MHz receiver and transmitter pinout

 

So, i thought “This is a no brainer”!

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