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  1. Hi, I currently have my hc3 setup with the quickapp p1 meter for house energy metering and made my own quickapp for metering the solarpanels. I used most of the code from the p1 quickapp to make sure it would work simply because I am not a coding wizard sadly :). I started running my quickapp and it worked like a charm, except for the energy panel aspect. I was producing megawatt houres of energy... The consumption also was acting up wierd at the same time. The child app resposible for reading the kwh data from the Growatt inverter is setup as an energyMeter like this: {name="Zon productie vandaag", className="ProductionToday", type="com.fibaro.energyMeter"} some more code of this child: class 'ProductionToday'(QuickAppChild) function ProductionToday:__init(device) QuickAppChild.__init(self, device) self:updateProperty("rateType", "production") end function ProductionToday:updateValue(devicedata) self:updateProperty("value", tonumber(devicedata.epvtotal)) --tonumber(devicedata.epvtotal) self:updateProperty("unit", "kWh") self:updateProperty("log", devicedata.update_timestamp) end When I noticed it starting to register megawatts I removed the line of code responsible for saving the data. self:updateProperty("storeEnergyData", true) While coding this quickapp I came across multiple "special" ways of fibaro to register certain types of data. My question now is, how does fibaro read this kwh data and process it?
  2. I'm working on a P1 meter readout for our smartmeter to feed the new Energy Panel. The QA has several child devices and two devices that return energy to the net. I gave this device the production meter configuration. I don't want to save this production data to the Energy Panel, because this is not real production, it's overhead energy that go's back to the grid. So I deselected the option Use stored energy data in Energy Panel: But the Energy Panel still displays the energy produced by this child device as production: The Energy Panel works this way right? 1. Production = Solar Panel energy 2. Consumption = Devices 3. Smart Meter consumption readout set as main devices = Smart Meter consumption - Devices = rest. 4. In the end of the day, when Energy Panel production - consumption is a positive number, this number must represent the Smart Meter return to grid value. The Energy Panel reporting the production (read overhead at p1) while the selectbox is unselected is a bug right?. Or am I thinking wrong? @m.roszak
  3. Hi, recently bought an HC3 (still moving from HC2 with slave HCLite ?. But at the energy panel I found "Production". Maybe for solar power or fuel cell. So I ask me if there is a device that gives you total consumption right from the house power meter? No one has a wallplug with the cookingplate ? Best regards Gerhard
  4. Hi, In the current energy panel you can chose between Hour, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly and Live. All the entries except Live are static, i.e. you have to update them manually. The Live entry covers around 5 seconds which mostly just gives a straight line and thus not give very much of information. I would suggest that you can enable automatic update on all the entries and configure the update time. For example I would like to have the daily view and updated automatically every 5 minute. I assume this function does not exist in the today web-interface to Fibraro Home Center at least I have not been able to discover it but would very much like it to be implemented. Kindly regards, Bernhard Stockman
  5. Hi, I had to restore a backup on my HC2 and now I have a large "gap" in my Energy and Temperature panel. (backup was from 20 days ago). Which is, off course, to be expected. But now I was wondering if it is possible to just delete all historical data so I can start with a clean slate. I've searched, but I can't find anything (maybe I haven't searched good enough ) Thx
  6. Hi, I need a clarification related to the energy panel. In the attached image there are a number of spikes in energy measurement readings, and in between each spike, there is a return to a much lower energy consumption level. Now, I need to make sure that I am interpreting this correctly. I assume in my current thinking that values are cached/stored by the HC software when they come in. When asked by the panel, the value returned from the system is the last known value reported buy the device (or last known relative to the time points of interest). So, if my device observes a change in power consumption that is larger than the threshold set internally in the device for power reports, then it is sent to the HC. And, if I then ask 15 minutes later I will get this value back, if values observed in the device in-between this time is smaller than the threshold, so that no additional reports are sent to the HC. I just need to make sure that this is the case, so that what I am observing in the image are true drops in REPORTED small values, not the effects of reports coming in very seldom and than substituted for a calculated average or something from a interpolation of the time series where there are no actual data due to a high threshold in the device. Hope it is somehow clear what I mean here..
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