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CircuitSetup Split Single Phase Energy Meter (ATM90E32) with ESP32

CircuitSetup Split Single Phase Energy Meter (ATM90E32) with ESP32

Device Type: misc
Electrical Standard: global

GPIO Pinout

PinFunction
GPIO5Chip Select
GPIO18CLK Pin
GPIO19MISO Pin
GPIO23MOSI Pin

Detailed Power Configuration

substitutions:
# Change the disp_name to something you want
disp_name: House
# Interval of how often the power is updated
update_time: 10s
# Current transformer calibrations:
# 80A/26.6mA SCT-010: 39571
# 100A/50mA SCT-013: 26315
# 120A/40ma SCT-016: 39473 - default kit CT
# 200A/100mA SCT-024: 26315
current_cal: "39473"
# AC Transformer voltage calibration 9VAC Jameco 157041: 37106
# For Meters >= v1.4 rev3: 3920
voltage_cal: "3920"
esphome:
name: energy_meter
platform: ESP32
board: nodemcu-32s
wifi:
ssid: !secret wifi_ssid
password: !secret wifi_pass
manual_ip:
static_ip: !secret ip_eh_nrgnode_2chan32
gateway: !secret ip_gateway
subnet: !secret ip_subnet
dns1: !secret ip_dns1
# Enable if you want to send this data to an MQTT broker
# mqtt:
# broker: !secret mqtt_broker
# username: !secret mqtt_user
# password: !secret mqtt_pass
# Enable logging
logger:
# Enable Home Assistant API
api:
ota:
web_server:
port: 80
spi:
clk_pin: 18
miso_pin: 19
mosi_pin: 23
sensor:
- platform: wifi_signal
name: ${disp_name} WiFi Signal
update_interval: 60s
- platform: atm90e32
cs_pin: 5
phase_a:
voltage:
name: ${disp_name} Volts
accuracy_decimals: 1
current:
name: ${disp_name} CT1 Amps
id: "ct1Amps"
# The max value for current that the meter can output is 65.535. If you expect to measure current over 65A,
# divide the gain_ct by 2 (120A CT) or 4 (200A CT) and multiply the current and power values by 2 or 4 by uncommenting the filter below
# filters:
# - multiply: 2
power:
name: ${disp_name} CT1 Watts
accuracy_decimals: 1
id: "ct1Watts"
# filters:
# - multiply: 2
reactive_power:
name: ${disp_name} CT1 Reactive Power
accuracy_decimals: 1
id: "ct1Reactive"
# filters:
# - multiply: 2
gain_voltage: ${voltage_cal}
gain_ct: ${current_cal}
phase_c:
current:
name: ${disp_name} CT2 Amps
id: "ct2Amps"
# The max value for current that the meter can output is 65.535. If you expect to measure current over 65A,
# divide the gain_ct by 2 (120A CT) or 4 (200A CT) and multiply the current and power values by 2 or 4 by uncommenting the filter below
# filters:
# - multiply: 2
power:
name: ${disp_name} CT2 Watts
accuracy_decimals: 1
id: "ct2Watts"
# filters:
# - multiply: 2
reactive_power:
name: ${disp_name} CT2 Reactive Power
accuracy_decimals: 1
id: "ct2Reactive"
# filters:
# - multiply: 2
gain_voltage: ${voltage_cal}
gain_ct: ${current_cal}
frequency:
name: ${disp_name} Freq
chip_temperature:
name: ${disp_name} Chip Temp
line_frequency: 60Hz
gain_pga: 2X
update_interval: ${update_time}
- platform: template
name: ${disp_name} Total Amps
id: "totalAmps"
lambda: return id(ct1Amps).state + id(ct2Amps).state;
accuracy_decimals: 2
unit_of_measurement: A
update_interval: ${update_time}
icon: "mdi:current-ac"
- platform: template
name: ${disp_name} Total Watts
id: "totalWatts"
lambda: return id(ct1Watts).state + id(ct2Watts).state;
accuracy_decimals: 0
unit_of_measurement: W
icon: "mdi:power"
update_interval: ${update_time}
- platform: template
name: ${disp_name} Total Reactive Power
id: "totalReactivePower"
lambda: return id(ct1Reactive).state + id(ct2Reactive).state;
accuracy_decimals: 0
unit_of_measurement: VAR
icon: "mdi:flash-circle"
update_interval: ${update_time}
- platform: total_daily_energy
name: ${disp_name} Total kWh
power_id: totalWatts
filters:
- multiply: 0.001
unit_of_measurement: kWh
time:
- platform: sntp
id: sntp_time
switch:
- platform: restart
name: ${disp_name} Restart
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