ESPHome-Devices

Shelly 2.5

Shelly 2.5

Device Type: relay
Electrical Standard: euukus

GPIO Pinout

PinFunction
GPIO0LED 1i
GPIO2Button 1
GPIO4Relay 1
GPIO5Switch 2 Input
GPIO12i2c SDA
GPIO13Switch 1 Input
GPIO1412c SCL
GPIO15Relay 2
GPIO16ADE7953 IRQ (power measurement)
GPIOA0Internal Temperature

Basic Configuration As Relay

When integration with home assistant exists, it will appear as 2 Relays with icons and 2 switches (including power, current and sensors) Use cases for this configuration: Roller / Shutter automation and device swichting and monitoring

Thanks to "Anaro" from home assistant forum topic config tested by "Datux"

# Basic Config
substitutions:
devicename: shelly_25
esphome:
name: ${devicename}
platform: ESP8266
board: esp01_1m
wifi:
ssid: !secret ssid1
password: !secret ssid1_pass
power_save_mode: HIGH # for ESP8266 LOW/HIGH are mixed up, esphome/issues/issues/1532
captive_portal:
# Enable logging
logger:
# Enable Home Assistant API
api:
ota:
i2c:
sda: GPIO12
scl: GPIO14
sensor:
- platform: ade7953
irq_pin: GPIO16 # Prevent overheating by setting this
voltage:
name: ${devicename} Voltage
# On the Shelly 2.5 channels are mixed ch1=B ch2=A
current_a:
name: ${devicename} Current B
current_b:
name: ${devicename} Current A
active_power_a:
name: ${devicename} Active Power B
# active_power_a is normal, so don't multiply by -1
active_power_b:
name: ${devicename} Active Power A
# active_power_b is inverted, so multiply by -1
filters:
- multiply: -1
update_interval: 60s
# NTC Temperature
- platform: ntc
sensor: temp_resistance_reading
name: ${devicename} Temperature
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
accuracy_decimals: 1
icon: "mdi:thermometer"
calibration:
b_constant: 3350
reference_resistance: 10kOhm
reference_temperature: 298.15K
- platform: resistance
id: temp_resistance_reading
sensor: temp_analog_reading
configuration: DOWNSTREAM
resistor: 32kOhm
- platform: adc
id: temp_analog_reading
pin: A0
status_led:
pin:
number: GPIO0
inverted: yes
binary_sensor:
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO13
name: ${devicename} Switch1
on_press:
then:
- switch.toggle: shelly_relay_1
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO5
name: ${devicename} Switch2
on_press:
then:
- switch.toggle: shelly_relay_2
switch:
- platform: gpio
id: shelly_relay_1
name: ${devicename} Relay1
pin: GPIO4
icon: "mdi:electric-switch"
restore_mode: RESTORE_DEFAULT_OFF
- platform: gpio
id: shelly_relay_2
name: ${devicename} Relay2
pin: GPIO15
icon: "mdi:electric-switch"
restore_mode: RESTORE_DEFAULT_OFF

Configuration as relay with overpower and overtemperature protection

When integration with home assistant exists, it will appear as 2 relays with icons and 2 binary sensors (including power, current and sensors) When the max_power is exceeded on 1 channel, that channel will be switched off and a persistent notification will be created in home-assistant When the max_temp is exceeded, the 2 channels are switched off and a persistent notification will be created in home-assistant Thanks to Datux modified and tested by gieljnssns

substitutions:
devicename: shelly_25
ip: 192.168.xx.xx
channel_1: Relay 1
channel_2: Relay 2
ssid: !secret ssid
password: !secret password
max_power: "2000.0"
max_temp: "70.0"
esphome:
name: ${devicename}
platform: ESP8266
board: esp01_1m
wifi:
ssid: ${ssid}
password: ${password}
power_save_mode: HIGH # for ESP8266 LOW/HIGH are mixed up, esphome/issues/issues/1532
manual_ip:
static_ip: ${ip}
gateway: 192.168.xx.xx
subnet: 255.255.255.0
dns1: 8.8.8.8
dns2: 8.8.4.4
# Enable fallback hotspot (captive portal) in case wifi connection fails
ap:
ssid: ${devicename}
password: ${password}
manual_ip:
static_ip: 192.168.100.2
gateway: 192.168.100.1
subnet: 255.255.255.0
dns1: 8.8.8.8
dns2: 8.8.4.4
captive_portal:
# Enable logging
logger:
level: DEBUG
# Enable Home Assistant API
api:
password: ${password}
ota:
password: ${password}
web_server:
port: 80
time:
- platform: sntp
id: my_time
i2c:
sda: GPIO12
scl: GPIO14
sensor:
- platform: ade7953
irq_pin: GPIO16 # Prevent overheating by setting this
voltage:
name: ${devicename} voltage
# On the Shelly 2.5 channels are mixed ch1=B ch2=A
current_a:
name: ${channel_2} current
internal: true
current_b:
name: ${channel_1} current
internal: true
active_power_a:
name: ${channel_2} power
id: power_channel_2
# active_power_a is normal, so don't multiply by -1
on_value_range:
- above: ${max_power}
then:
- switch.turn_off: shelly_relay_2
- homeassistant.service:
service: persistent_notification.create
data:
title: Message from ${devicename}
data_template:
message: Switch turned off because power exceeded ${max_power}W
active_power_b:
name: ${channel_1} power
id: power_channel_1
# active_power_b is inverted, so multiply by -1
filters:
- multiply: -1
on_value_range:
- above: ${max_power}
then:
- switch.turn_off: shelly_relay_1
- homeassistant.service:
service: persistent_notification.create
data:
title: Message from ${devicename}
data_template:
message: Switch turned off because power exceeded ${max_power}W
update_interval: 30s
- platform: total_daily_energy
name: ${channel_1} energy
power_id: power_channel_1
filters:
# Multiplication factor from W to kW is 0.001
- multiply: 0.001
unit_of_measurement: kW
- platform: total_daily_energy
name: ${channel_2} energy
power_id: power_channel_2
filters:
# Multiplication factor from W to kW is 0.001
- multiply: 0.001
unit_of_measurement: kW
# NTC Temperature
- platform: ntc
sensor: temp_resistance_reading
name: ${devicename} temperature
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
accuracy_decimals: 1
icon: "mdi:thermometer"
calibration:
b_constant: 3350
reference_resistance: 10kOhm
reference_temperature: 298.15K
on_value_range:
- above: ${max_temp}
then:
- switch.turn_off: shelly_relay_1
- switch.turn_off: shelly_relay_2
- homeassistant.service:
service: persistent_notification.create
data:
title: Message from ${devicename}
data_template:
message: Switch turned off because temperature exceeded ${max_temp}°C
- platform: resistance
id: temp_resistance_reading
sensor: temp_analog_reading
configuration: DOWNSTREAM
resistor: 32kOhm
- platform: adc
id: temp_analog_reading
pin: A0
status_led:
pin:
number: GPIO0
inverted: yes
switch:
- platform: gpio
id: shelly_relay_1
name: ${channel_1} relay
pin: GPIO4
icon: "mdi:electric-switch"
restore_mode: RESTORE_DEFAULT_OFF
- platform: gpio
id: shelly_relay_2
name: ${channel_2} relay
pin: GPIO15
icon: "mdi:electric-switch"
restore_mode: RESTORE_DEFAULT_OFF
binary_sensor:
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO13
name: "${channel_1} input"
on_state:
then:
- switch.toggle: shelly_relay_1
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO5
name: "${channel_2} input"
on_state:
then:
- switch.toggle: shelly_relay_2

Basic Configuration As Lights

Using this config wil make the Shelly show up as lights within Home Assistant Use Case for this configuration: Automate light sources Based uppon the Shelly 1 configuration (modified and tested by "Datux" )

# basic configuration
# Basic Config
substitutions:
devicename: shelly_25
esphome:
name: ${devicename}
platform: ESP8266
board: esp01_1m
wifi:
ssid: !secret ssid1
password: !secret ssid1_pass
power_save_mode: HIGH # for ESP8266 LOW/HIGH are mixed up, esphome/issues/issues/1532
captive_portal:
# Enable logging
logger:
# Enable Home Assistant API
api:
ota:
i2c:
sda: GPIO12
scl: GPIO14
sensor:
- platform: ade7953
irq_pin: GPIO16 # Prevent overheating by setting this
voltage:
name: ${devicename} Voltage
# On the Shelly 2.5 channels are mixed ch1=B ch2=A
current_a:
name: ${devicename} Current B
current_b:
name: ${devicename} Current A
active_power_a:
name: ${devicename} Active Power B
# active_power_a is normal, so don't multiply by -1
active_power_b:
name: ${devicename} Active Power A
# active_power_b is inverted, so multiply by -1
filters:
- multiply: -1
update_interval: 60s
# NTC Temperature
- platform: ntc
sensor: temp_resistance_reading
name: ${devicename} Temperature
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
accuracy_decimals: 1
icon: "mdi:thermometer"
calibration:
b_constant: 3350
reference_resistance: 10kOhm
reference_temperature: 298.15K
- platform: resistance
id: temp_resistance_reading
sensor: temp_analog_reading
configuration: DOWNSTREAM
resistor: 32kOhm
- platform: adc
id: temp_analog_reading
pin: A0
status_led:
pin:
number: GPIO0
inverted: yes
output:
- platform: gpio
pin: GPIO4
id: shelly_25_relay_1
- platform: gpio
pin: GPIO15
id: shelly_25_relay_2
light:
- platform: binary
name: "${devicename} Light 1"
output: shelly_25_relay_1
id: lightid1
- platform: binary
name: "${devicename} Light 2"
output: shelly_25_relay_2
id: lightid2
binary_sensor:
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO13
#mode: INPUT_PULLUP
#inverted: True
name: "${devicename} Switch 1"
on_state:
then:
- light.toggle: lightid1
internal: true
id: switchid1
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO5
#mode: INPUT_PULLUP
#inverted: True
name: "${devicename} Switch 2"
on_state:
then:
- light.toggle: lightid2
internal: true
id: switchid2

Configuration as light with overpower and overtemperature protection

When integration with home assistant exists, it will appear as 2 relays with icons and 2 binary sensors (including power, current and sensors) When the max_power is exceeded on 1 channel, that channel will be switched off and a persistent notification will be created in home-assistant When the max_temp is exceeded, the 2 channels are switched off and a persistent notification will be created in home-assistant Thanks to Datux modified and tested by gieljnssns

substitutions:
devicename: shelly_25
ip: 192.168.xx.xx
channel_1: Light 1
channel_2: Light 2
ssid: !secret ssid
password: !secret password
max_power: "2000.0"
max_temp: "70.0"
esphome:
name: ${devicename}
platform: ESP8266
board: esp01_1m
wifi:
ssid: ${ssid}
password: ${password}
power_save_mode: HIGH # for ESP8266 LOW/HIGH are mixed up, esphome/issues/issues/1532
manual_ip:
static_ip: ${ip}
gateway: 192.168.xx.xx
subnet: 255.255.255.0
dns1: 8.8.8.8
dns2: 8.8.4.4
# Enable fallback hotspot (captive portal) in case wifi connection fails
ap:
ssid: ${devicename}
password: ${password}
manual_ip:
static_ip: 192.168.100.2
gateway: 192.168.100.1
subnet: 255.255.255.0
dns1: 8.8.8.8
dns2: 8.8.4.4
captive_portal:
# Enable logging
logger:
level: DEBUG
# Enable Home Assistant API
api:
password: ${password}
ota:
password: ${password}
web_server:
port: 80
time:
- platform: sntp
id: my_time
i2c:
sda: GPIO12
scl: GPIO14
sensor:
- platform: ade7953
irq_pin: GPIO16 # Prevent overheating by setting this
voltage:
name: ${devicename} voltage
# On the Shelly 2.5 channels are mixed ch1=B ch2=A
current_a:
name: ${channel_2} current
internal: true
current_b:
name: ${channel_1} current
internal: true
active_power_a:
name: ${channel_2} power
id: power_channel_2
# active_power_a is normal, so don't multiply by -1
on_value_range:
- above: ${max_power}
then:
- light.turn_off: lightid2
- homeassistant.service:
service: persistent_notification.create
data:
title: Message from ${devicename}
data_template:
message: Switch turned off because power exceeded ${max_power}W
active_power_b:
name: ${channel_1} power
id: power_channel_1
# active_power_b is inverted, so multiply by -1
filters:
- multiply: -1
on_value_range:
- above: ${max_power}
then:
- light.turn_off: lightid1
- homeassistant.service:
service: persistent_notification.create
data:
title: Message from ${devicename}
data_template:
message: Switch turned off because power exceeded ${max_power}W
update_interval: 30s
- platform: total_daily_energy
name: ${channel_1} energy
power_id: power_channel_1
filters:
# Multiplication factor from W to kW is 0.001
- multiply: 0.001
unit_of_measurement: kW
- platform: total_daily_energy
name: ${channel_2} energy
power_id: power_channel_2
filters:
# Multiplication factor from W to kW is 0.001
- multiply: 0.001
unit_of_measurement: kW
# NTC Temperature
- platform: ntc
sensor: temp_resistance_reading
name: ${devicename} temperature
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
accuracy_decimals: 1
icon: "mdi:thermometer"
calibration:
b_constant: 3350
reference_resistance: 10kOhm
reference_temperature: 298.15K
on_value_range:
- above: ${max_temp}
then:
- light.turn_off: lightid1
- light.turn_off: lightid2
- homeassistant.service:
service: persistent_notification.create
data:
title: Message from ${devicename}
data_template:
message: Switch turned off because temperature exceeded ${max_temp}°C
- platform: resistance
id: temp_resistance_reading
sensor: temp_analog_reading
configuration: DOWNSTREAM
resistor: 32kOhm
- platform: adc
id: temp_analog_reading
pin: A0
status_led:
pin:
number: GPIO0
inverted: yes
output:
- platform: gpio
pin: GPIO4
id: shelly_25_relay_1
- platform: gpio
pin: GPIO15
id: shelly_25_relay_2
light:
- platform: binary
name: "${channel_1}"
output: shelly_25_relay_1
id: lightid1
- platform: binary
name: "${channel_2}"
output: shelly_25_relay_2
id: lightid2
binary_sensor:
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO13
name: "${channel_1} input"
on_state:
then:
- light.toggle: lightid1
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO5
name: "${channel_2} input"
on_state:
then:
- light.toggle: lightid2
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