A WiFi energy meter supporting pvoutput and homesistant


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1. Introduction

HomeAssistant (https://www.home-assistant.io/) is a open source home automation system. Our single phase and three phase WiFi energy meter can be integrated with HomeAssistant system.

Integrate with HomeAssistant

As shown in above picture, our bi-directional meter can measure Voltage, Current, Active Power, Active Energy at two directions.

3 How to integrate

3.1 Install HomeAssistant system

Refer to the tutorial on HomeAssistant (https://www.home-assistant.io/).

3.2 Download the source code

Download the source code on github and put it under the directory of custom_components folder.

Download Source Code on Github

3.3 Modify configuration.yaml file

sensor:
    
  - platform: iammeter
    host: 192.168.1.11
    name: meter

4. Reference


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more interesting platform are supported now

and our code has been merged into the Home-Assistant release version now.
https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/iammeter/


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An interesting Home Assistant experiment
you can control three light on/off to see the power changing.

Http://ha.iammeter.com:18123
username: iammeter
password: iammeter