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Power monitoring

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Hi,

 

in order to do power monitoring for Single Switch 2 do I need a Home Center Gateway or will it be available without it too?

 

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  • To answer my own question the metering for HomeKit Single Switch FGBHS-213 is done through the Fibaro App. Only momentary consumption and total consumption since reset values are available, no charts, no graphs.

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  • 6 hours ago, Sjekke said:

    Z-wave or Homekit version?

     

    Oh. I’m planning to use it for my HomeKit network but are they actually 2 different devices?

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  • Okay, so they are different. How the metering works with HomeKit? Thanks.

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    With FGBHS-213 v1.0 you can measure the load power. But what is the power of the unit itself. The power of the Homekit FGBHS-213 v1.0 was measured with the Athom Homey-EU-02 domotica controller. I used the hand switch or the Homekit app to operate the switch. The internal power consumption of the FGBHS-213 v1.0:

         By using the hand switch:      lamp = on: 0,7W ; lamp = off: 0W.

         By using the app:                     lamp = on: 0,4W; lamp = off: 0W. 

    This may be usefull information to find the loss of power in your home by the domotica itself.

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