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Energy meter: Query your hourly, daily, weekly, monthly consumption

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Hello

 

I want to read the power meter data with the code below, but despite successful reading it will always have a NIL value. Can anyone help me, where I went wrong?

With HC2 get api:

http://192.168.1.222/api/panels/energy?type=devices&id=95

Return raw data as follows:

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This is my short code:
local Energys, status = api.get("/panels/energy?type=devices&id=95")

fibaro:debug("Status: "..status)

fibaro:debug("Energys length: "..#Energys)

local h = Energys.powerH

fibaro:debug("EnergyH: "..h)

 

I get this answer:

[DEBUG] 19:40:25: Status: 200
[DEBUG] 19:40:25: Energys length: 1
[DEBUG] 19:40:25: 2020-01-13 19:40:25.222739 [ fatal] Unknown exception: /opt/fibaro/scenes/226.lua:11: attempt to concatenate local 'h' (a nil value)

 

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Crazy! you asking about Len via #
Got answer - 1 

do not care about this what its array and trying to get prop ;) 

try it

Energys[1].powerH

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May I ask what is the purpose of this code because I am trying to find a virtual device to pull values from Aeotec energy meter to display it on a vd.

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  • This was only for the purpose of accessing the data. Similarly, the hourly, daily, weekly and monthly consumption values and their costs will be displayed on the VD to be produced. This helps you get a quick overview.

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    Are you planning to do a vd too? If so, it would be extremely helpful as i have no experience with LUA at all. Thanks!

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  • You can find a lot of help at this link:

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