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Add Deye Inverter to Energy Panel



Hi there,


recently updated to a HC3 and would like to add 2 Deye inverter to the energy panel.


I did my research, but no idea how to implent it. Inverters are accesible via http://username.password@IP/status.html.


Any idea and help would be great!




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Do you already have all of your consumption in your Energy Panel?


(If not, you could also consider just inserting the values from your energy meter (consumption and production) in your Energy Panel)

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  • Hi,


    well... in HC2 everything was directly meassured, HC3 seems to be different. Also my blinds, HC2 will tell me a blind that opens in the morning and close in the night have a comsumption of 50kwh a day while it only uses 100W to close for a few seconds?

    questions over questions.....

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    25 minutes ago, francisco said:

    in HC2 everything was directly measured ...


    Not everything, I cannot imagine. There are always devices/appliances without consumption measurement. That is why my question. You can put a lot of effort to insert your solar power into the energy panel, but without consumption values, that is of no use. So if you integrate your P1 energy meter with your HC3, you have consumption AND production in your energy panel. 

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    53 minutes ago, francisco said:

    ok... therefor I need a Pi right? will have a closer look at it


    There are different solutions, next to RPi also plug-and-play or Docker solutions

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