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SonOff POW R2 support

#1 Post by Prutsium » 24 Apr 2018, 08:28

Hi all,

As the Sonoff POW R2 is now getting more available i ordered two of them and now i am wondering are the internal sensors already supported by ESP easy and would it be possible to get simular numbers out of the unit as with their original app.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#2 Post by TD-er » 24 Apr 2018, 22:12

I've received mine last week and noticed there is quite a number of differences compared to the original POW (R1).
Please have a look at the file define_plugin_sets.h to see a summary of the differences.
https://github.com/letscontrolit/ESPEas ... .h#L75-L95

The new chip is not yet included in ESPeasy.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#3 Post by papperone » 25 Apr 2018, 22:49

I will try to get the new schematic and as well some knowledge of the new hardware to try to implement it in ESPEasy...

@TD-er: as you defined now in current cource code my HLKW8012 plugin can be used only with Sonoff-POW, while there are few dev board with this chip (e.g. ElectroDragon) and as well I've 2 custom PCB with this circuit that uses different pins; like this I'll now be forced to always makes custom compiled for my own version of POW and I can't use the standard .BIN (which I tend to avoid in final devices due to complexity of managing upgrades via OTA)...
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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#4 Post by taku » 25 May 2018, 10:45

Hello i use sonoff pow ver2.0 in this version amper sensor is CSE7759, but in firmware ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_dev_ESP8266_4096 inly 7766 and 7759 not worked, but sonoff pow ver2.0(CSE7759) work with firmware ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW
I understand so much the difference between HWL and CSE is not present
p.s. accuracy is very low even after calibration
sorry for my bad english

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#5 Post by TD-er » 25 May 2018, 20:29

papperone wrote:
25 Apr 2018, 22:49
I will try to get the new schematic and as well some knowledge of the new hardware to try to implement it in ESPEasy...

@TD-er: as you defined now in current cource code my HLKW8012 plugin can be used only with Sonoff-POW, while there are few dev board with this chip (e.g. ElectroDragon) and as well I've 2 custom PCB with this circuit that uses different pins; like this I'll now be forced to always makes custom compiled for my own version of POW and I can't use the standard .BIN (which I tend to avoid in final devices due to complexity of managing upgrades via OTA)...
I just moved the plugin from playground to Mega and made sure it compiled.
I even flashed it to my own POW r2, but did not test it yet.
A configuration option is missing indeed.

@taku:
If there are different versions of both the POW (first version) and also of the POW r2, then I would like to know what versions there are.
My hope is to create builds for specific hardware which require little to none configuration and work just out of the box.
So if there are different version r2 and different versions r1, then it we can deal with that.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#6 Post by sincze » 29 May 2018, 19:44

Great helpfull topic.

I received several Sonoff devices yeterday.
- Updated successfully 2 Sonoff Basic with ESPEasy_R120_1024
- Updated successfully 2 Sonoff S20 with ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_normal_ESP8266_1024.bin to allow the SSID to show up :D
- SonOff POW R2, not updated yet following this thread for further instructions. :| :?:

Keep up the good work.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#7 Post by larduino » 06 Jun 2018, 18:15

I received my POW yesterday . I believe it must be version 1 since I don't see any mention on box that it is version 2 .
I just soldered in 4 pin header and flashed it using ESP_Easy_mega-20180606_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin and it all went well.
It is now wired up to 110v and I put an outlet on output to test it.
I have it set up as seen in attached screenshot. The voltage shows up but I have not figured out yet how to turn the relay on so I can have a load on it to see if current is working.
Thanks for any advice.
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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#8 Post by papperone » 06 Jun 2018, 18:41

GPIO0 is the push-button, if I remember correctly the relay is connected to GPIO12...
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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#11 Post by Prutsium » 11 Jun 2018, 08:21

larduino wrote:
06 Jun 2018, 18:15
I received my POW yesterday . I believe it must be version 1 since I don't see any mention on box that it is version 2 .
I just soldered in 4 pin header and flashed it using ESP_Easy_mega-20180606_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin and it all went well.
It is now wired up to 110v and I put an outlet on output to test it.
I have it set up as seen in attached screenshot. The voltage shows up but I have not figured out yet how to turn the relay on so I can have a load on it to see if current is working.
Thanks for any advice.
pow.jpg
Yesterday installed the mega-20180606 (DEV) version on two POW R2's and all works great. See power, Watt, Amp & Count so totally no issues.
Although some questions:

1: Anybody experiance to send the value(s) to Domoticz and be able to see them? I created as usual a Dummy but since all is going over a single IDX a device is required in Domoticz that would be able to handle the 4 values.
2: I send the Pulses also to Grafana and figured out that 12530 pulses would mean 1KW (Right?) I would need an example for the Grafana part to see usage per day / year / total. I tried already a few settings but not sure if i do it right.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#12 Post by TD-er » 14 Jun 2018, 19:03

At this moment, if you want to split values from one plugin over multiple IDX, you have to use rules to do so.

For example, I use this on my node with SDS011 to upload to Domoticz:

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On System#Boot do //This will happen at boot ESP8266
   timerSet,1,30  //Set and start timer 1 at 30 seconds
endon
 
On Rules#Timer=1 do   //When the timer 1 is up:
  SendToHTTP 192.168.1.28,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=105&nvalue=0&svalue=[SDS011#PM25] //Send the PM2,5 data to Domoticz
  SendToHTTP 192.168.1.28,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=108&nvalue=0&svalue=[SDS011#PM10] ////Send the PM10 data to Domoticz
  timerSet,1,120                //Set the next cycle at 120 seconds 
endon

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#13 Post by projectsun » 15 Jun 2018, 00:26

Hello. Sorry, but where do I get this file: ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#14 Post by larduino » 15 Jun 2018, 02:00

projectsun wrote:
15 Jun 2018, 00:26
Hello. Sorry, but where do I get this file: ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin
It is included in the latest Mega development
https://github.com/letscontrolit/ESPEasy/releases

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#15 Post by Prutsium » 15 Jun 2018, 10:26

projectsun wrote:
15 Jun 2018, 00:26
Hello. Sorry, but where do I get this file: ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin
Or use the latest version of the normal mega but the DEV version if you have the R2.
At least then you also have all the other options for additional sensors (although it requires then soldering as the internal serial port is used for the POW sensor and cant be switched to GPIO)

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#16 Post by Prutsium » 15 Jun 2018, 10:32

TD-er wrote:
14 Jun 2018, 19:03
At this moment, if you want to split values from one plugin over multiple IDX, you have to use rules to do so.

For example, I use this on my node with SDS011 to upload to Domoticz:

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On System#Boot do //This will happen at boot ESP8266
   timerSet,1,30  //Set and start timer 1 at 30 seconds
endon
 
On Rules#Timer=1 do   //When the timer 1 is up:
  SendToHTTP 192.168.1.28,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=105&nvalue=0&svalue=[SDS011#PM25] //Send the PM2,5 data to Domoticz
  SendToHTTP 192.168.1.28,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=108&nvalue=0&svalue=[SDS011#PM10] ////Send the PM10 data to Domoticz
  timerSet,1,120                //Set the next cycle at 120 seconds 
endon
Stupid of me as i had something simular but more simple for calculating DeltaT already on the ESP:

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On Living_Radiator_In#Temp_3 do
TaskValueSet 7,1,[Living_Radiator_In#Temp_3]-[Living_Radiator_Out#Temp_4]
endon
So now for the POW (R2) will be just a matter of creating 4 dummies and assign each one of them to a IDX.
And no timer is required in that case as it will update the value when the originating device has also a new value.

Will post the result later today.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#17 Post by Prutsium » 15 Jun 2018, 11:32

Prutsium wrote:
15 Jun 2018, 10:32
TD-er wrote:
14 Jun 2018, 19:03
Ok noticed making dummies is more work so the result:

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On POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Voltage do
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=93&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Voltage] //Send the Voltage data to Domoticz
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=94&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Power] //Send the Watt data to Domoticz
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=95&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Current] //Send the Amp data to Domoticz
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=96&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Pulses] //Send the Usage data to Domoticz
endon
Where the On POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Voltage triggers the sending of the data instead of a timer.
All values come now in at Domoticz but have some issues with the Pulse sensor as it does not send an actual pulse but an incremental counter that resets itself after number xxx seems Domotics has some issues with it. Trying now in ESPEasy to divide the value by /1253 so Domoticz get the count as more handlable value. Not sure if it's the right thing to do will hook up the Aircon of 1KW for an hour to see if numbers are right.

Edit:
That did not work correctly :( As its a looping counter it goes to 65355 and back to zero afterwards ....
Resulting in first stage nice increment but after it jumped back to 0 and so on ....

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#18 Post by projectsun » 15 Jun 2018, 22:37

Prutsium wrote:
15 Jun 2018, 10:26
projectsun wrote:
15 Jun 2018, 00:26
Hello. Sorry, but where do I get this file: ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin
Or use the latest version of the normal mega but the DEV version if you have the R2.
At least then you also have all the other options for additional sensors (although it requires then soldering as the internal serial port is used for the POW sensor and cant be switched to GPIO)
But when I flash this hard_POW bin to my POW ver 2.0 (not R2), after flash complete nothing happens... no webif, no ping, no ESPEasy_0. After flashing a normal or dev bin, ping is there again.
What did I do wrong?

(Tested with 20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW, 20180606_hard_SONOFF_POW, 20180615_hard_SONOFF_POW) all the same. CSE7759 is present.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#19 Post by pa3gmi » 18 Jun 2018, 14:42

Hi,
I have the sonoff Pow and did a flasch with ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin. I can see the values on the device direct, but only the voltage in Domoticz, I do not understand the way to see all the values, here mentioned by Prutsium, please will You tell me more about that. I am not a programmer 70 years old but I want to learn always something.

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#20 Post by TD-er » 18 Jun 2018, 21:19

Domoticz is a bit strange in processing data.
You have to deliver the data in the right format and order to match the pre-defined types.
If you want to graph them in separate charts, you have to split the values using rules.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#21 Post by Prutsium » 18 Jun 2018, 21:34

TD-er wrote:
18 Jun 2018, 21:19
Domoticz is a bit strange in processing data.
You have to deliver the data in the right format and order to match the pre-defined types.
If you want to graph them in separate charts, you have to split the values using rules.
Like this rule:

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On POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Voltage do
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=93&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Voltage] //Send the Voltage data to Domoticz
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=94&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Power] //Send the Watt data to Domoticz
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=95&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Current] //Send the Amp data to Domoticz
SendToHTTP 192.168.99.5,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=96&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Pulses] //Send the Usage data to Domoticz
endon
Then you have to create the 4 Dummy's (dont forget to use the right IDX)

Only 1 problem stays: Domoticz cant working with an rotating counter (it sends pulses 0-65535 and returns to 0)
Still working on that one to figure out somehow ...... would be great if ESPEasy could handle that by dividing the pulses by 12530 (means 1KW) and stores this on the ESP so we can read out an actual value.

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#22 Post by TD-er » 18 Jun 2018, 21:36

Support for the POW devices is still very beta (if not alpha), so all suggestions to improve are more than welcome.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#23 Post by Prutsium » 18 Jun 2018, 21:37

pa3gmi wrote:
18 Jun 2018, 14:42
Hi,
I have the sonoff Pow and did a flasch with ESP_Easy_mega-20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin. I can see the values on the device direct, but only the voltage in Domoticz, I do not understand the way to see all the values, here mentioned by Prutsium, please will You tell me more about that. I am not a programmer 70 years old but I want to learn always something.
See my post above here.
Just make sure rules are active on the ESP and create the rule mentioned in the code above.
Change the IP and IDX to the right ones for your Domoticz.

In Domoticz create 4 Dummy sensors. The first 3 will work flawless the 4th (usage) i am still trying to figure out to get that one right.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#24 Post by Prutsium » 18 Jun 2018, 21:39

TD-er wrote:
18 Jun 2018, 21:36
Support for the POW devices is still very beta (if not alpha), so all suggestions to improve are more than welcome.
Then my suggestion: Store the real usage on the ESP memory somehow (i know writing in the flash sucks .....)
Not sure what other type of data Domoticz is accepting but other way could be not store every pulse but only the divided ones (12530)

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#25 Post by TD-er » 18 Jun 2018, 21:57

I have these modules myself too, so I will install them in the next coming days I hope.
Then I can really see what's going on and I will think of some way to make them work fine.

The Sonoff POW build was meant to be the first build that's actually "plug-and-play", so there is a lot of the new build options used in that one and I plan to make some flexible complex default settings to try on that build.

The whole idea is to make builds for those Sonoff units that have a proper default setup.

But we're not there yet.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#26 Post by projectsun » 18 Jun 2018, 23:04

But when I flash this hard_POW bin to my POW ver 2.0 (not R2), after flash complete nothing happens... no webif, no ping, no ESPEasy_0. After flashing a normal or dev bin, ping is there again.
What did I do wrong?

(Tested with 20180524_hard_SONOFF_POW, 20180606_hard_SONOFF_POW, 20180615_hard_SONOFF_POW) all the same. CSE7759 is present.
Can somebody help me with this question?

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#27 Post by TD-er » 18 Jun 2018, 23:56

Sounds like your model is one with an ESP8266 and maybe the one you tried to flash is an ESP8285?

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#28 Post by pa3gmi » 19 Jun 2018, 18:56

Thanks for answer, I have done as you say, but until now I can get only the Voltage readout. Is this script also sensitive for the name of the unit or somewhat else?
I have fill in my Domoticz IP and port address and made 3 virtual sensors note the IDX and fill in on the right place, what else can or must I do. Has the Device self an IDX?
Thanks for your patience

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#29 Post by Prutsium » 19 Jun 2018, 20:59

pa3gmi wrote:
19 Jun 2018, 18:56
Thanks for answer, I have done as you say, but until now I can get only the Voltage readout. Is this script also sensitive for the name of the unit or somewhat else?
I have fill in my Domoticz IP and port address and made 3 virtual sensors note the IDX and fill in on the right place, what else can or must I do. Has the Device self an IDX?
Thanks for your patience
I assume you have connected it to 220V and there is some load connected to it?
(And the relay is switched on .....)

What version of ESPEasy are you using the POW one or the DEV that i mentioned before?
Did you also change the names from my example to yours? Please share a screenshot of the device tab like this:
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In my case the RED and Blue are corresponding to the names in the script under rules.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#30 Post by pa3gmi » 20 Jun 2018, 09:13

Hi,
I have found some things that where wrong (the blue circle helps)and make them ok, now I see in Domoticz that there is contact to the ESP device my sensors are updated. But still only the voltage is coming in here.
This is the software version I have: The POW print is ver 2
Build 20102 - Mega
Libraries ESP82xx Core 2_4_1, NONOS SDK 2.2.1(cfd48f3), LWIP: 2.0.3
GIT version mega-20180615
Plugins 6 [Normal]
Build Md5 82bc2e38ccca02be1ce841c18b0b5
Md5 check passed.
Build time Jun 15 2018 02:17:36
Binary filename ESP_Easy_mega-20180615_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin

I see difference in the Device name, mine is : Energy (AC) - HLW8012 [TESTING]
Don’t know how to put a screenshot on this site.
In the mean time I have load the build from 19-Jun, but no difference.
This is the log output:
688892: EVENT: POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Current =0.00
688911: EVENT: POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Active Power=0.00
688931: EVENT: POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Power Factor=0.00
694139: HLW8012: Read values - V=223 - A=0.00 - W=0 - Pf%=0
694143: EVENT: POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Voltage=223.00
694152: ACT : SendToHTTP 192.168.178.49,8080,/json.htm?type=command¶m=udevice&idx=95&nvalue=0&svalue=223.00
694160: Command: sendtohttp
694205: ACT : SendToHTTP 192.168.178.49,8080,/json.htm?type=command¶m=udevice&idx=96&nvalue=0&svalue=
694213: Command: sendtohttp
694249: ACT : SendToHTTP 192.168.178.49,8080,/json.htm?type=command¶m=udevice&idx=97&nvalue=0&svalue=
694256: Command: sendtohttp
694318: EVENT: POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Current =0.00
694338: EVENT: POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Active Power=0.00
694359: EVENT: POW_2_Sensors#POW_2_Power Factor=0.00
698842: WD : Uptime 12 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 21696
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#31 Post by grovkillen » 20 Jun 2018, 10:21

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#32 Post by Prutsium » 20 Jun 2018, 10:58

pa3gmi wrote:
20 Jun 2018, 09:13
This is the software version I have: The POW print is ver 2
Build 20102 - Mega
Libraries ESP82xx Core 2_4_1, NONOS SDK 2.2.1(cfd48f3), LWIP: 2.0.3
GIT version mega-20180615
Rien,

Try the DEV version so not the POW i run the DEV version with the CSE and all works ok for me.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#33 Post by Prutsium » 20 Jun 2018, 11:03

Prutsium wrote:
20 Jun 2018, 10:58
pa3gmi wrote:
20 Jun 2018, 09:13
This is the software version I have: The POW print is ver 2
Build 20102 - Mega
Libraries ESP82xx Core 2_4_1, NONOS SDK 2.2.1(cfd48f3), LWIP: 2.0.3
GIT version mega-20180615
Rien,

Try the DEV version so not the POW i run the DEV version with the CSE and all works ok for me.
( run actually this one: ESP_Easy_mega-20180606_dev_ESP8266_1024.bin )

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#34 Post by pa3gmi » 20 Jun 2018, 11:47

What do you mean with "the CSE"

Thanks anyway for the fast response.

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#35 Post by Prutsium » 20 Jun 2018, 12:52

pa3gmi wrote:
20 Jun 2018, 11:47
What do you mean with "the CSE"

Thanks anyway for the fast response.
CSE7766 is the plugin designed for the POW R2 & S31 (Correct me if i am wrong)

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#36 Post by pa3gmi » 20 Jun 2018, 13:08

Hi is it possible that i have not the right POW version on the print is Ver 2.0 the measuring chip is HLW8012
With your configuration I have now no readings at all, so the measuring circuit seems not working.

Rien

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#37 Post by Prutsium » 20 Jun 2018, 13:32

pa3gmi wrote:
20 Jun 2018, 13:08
Hi is it possible that i have not the right POW version on the print is Ver 2.0 the measuring chip is HLW8012
With your configuration I have now no readings at all, so the measuring circuit seems not working.

Rien
Looks like you have the POW V2,0 where i have the new POW R2: https://www.itead.cc/sonoff-pow-r2.html
As this topic was about the R2 i assumed you had the R2 and not the V2.0

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#38 Post by pa3gmi » 20 Jun 2018, 13:51

Hi,
I have put theESP_Easy_mega-20180615_hard_SONOFF_POW.bin in the device and now it works, no idea what was the problem.
Thanks for all the help, I keep an eye on this site the teller is of course most interesting.
I see that the voltage measuring is about 10 volt to low, is there a way to correct this?

Rien.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#39 Post by Prutsium » 21 Jun 2018, 15:48

Btw ... this is how Domoticz handles right now the incoming data from the POW (R2)
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Keep in mind i did not set any divider yet but its clear to see its not adding but just restarting the counter.
Would say this rather might be something to fix in Domoticz wil post same graph in Domoticz forum as maybe someone has a bright idea there.
( http://www.domoticz.com/forum/viewtopic ... 14&t=23878 )

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#40 Post by Prutsium » 26 Jun 2018, 12:09

Update:
I Went to Tasmota for now as this does exactly what is required. It counts the usage internal and sends 2 values: Current Watt, Total Watt.

Might be an idea to look how its handled in Tasmota and implement similar in ESPEasy
The actual MQT message: 11:08:17 MQT: domoticz/in = {"idx":103,"nvalue":0,"svalue":"48;25.1","Battery":58,"RSSI":6}

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#41 Post by sincze » 18 Aug 2018, 13:15

The following rules will allow the POW2 to report the data to domoticz. you create a Voltage, Amp, Watt, and Electric Counter (calculated) in domoticz as virtual devices. In addition you can add a virtual switch to toggle the relais_switch.
https://www.domoticz.com/forum/viewtopi ... 78#p187554

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Devices 1: Energy (AC) - CSE7766 [TESTING] Energy
Devices 2: Switch input - Switch SW_1 GPIO-0
Devices 3: Switch input - Switch relais (idx 599) GPIO-12
Devices 4: Generic - System Info POW2_RSSI (idx 601)
Devices 5: Generic - Dummy Device Calculation

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On System#Boot do
	TaskValueSet 5,1,0
	TaskValueSet 5,2,0
	TaskValueSet 5,3,0
EndOn

// LAMP CONTROLLING INCLUDING LED LIGHT

on lamp_on do
	gpio,12,1
	gpio,13,0
endon

on lamp_off do
	gpio,12,0
	gpio,13,1
endon

on SW_1#Switch do
	if [SW_1#Switch]=1
		gpio,12,1
		gpio,13,0
	else
		gpio,12,0
		gpio,13,1
	endif
endon

on Energy#Voltage do

	if Clock#Time=All,**:*0 do
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=600&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Voltage]
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=608&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power]
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=603&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power]
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=604&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Current]
	endif
				
	if [Energy#Voltage]!=[Calculation#Voltage]
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=600&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Voltage] // Voltage
		TaskValueSet 5,1,[Energy#Voltage]
	endif

	if [Energy#Power]!=[Calculation#Power]
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=603&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power] // Calculated KwH.
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=608&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power] // Watt only
		TaskValueSet 5,2,[Energy#Power]
	endif

	if [Energy#Current]!=[Calculation#Current]
		SendToHTTP 192.168.1.10,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=604&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Current] // Amp
		TaskValueSet 5,3,[Energy#Current]
	endif
		TaskValueSet 5,4,[Energy#Pulses]

endon
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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#42 Post by TD-er » 18 Aug 2018, 13:23

sincze wrote:
18 Aug 2018, 13:15
The following rules will allow the POW2 to report the data to domoticz. [...]
This should be at the wiki I guess.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#43 Post by sincze » 18 Aug 2018, 13:31

If it is good enough for the Wiki I can add it :lol:

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#44 Post by TD-er » 18 Aug 2018, 16:45

sincze wrote:
18 Aug 2018, 13:31
If it is good enough for the Wiki I can add it :lol:
Well it is clear enough for me, so if I install my own, I know where to look for instructions, but since I am not that well organized I am sure it will take forever to find again :)
So please do add it to the wiki.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#45 Post by Djoe » 27 Aug 2018, 09:35

Hi,

@sincze which version of mega do you use?

I have try mega_20180826 and mega_20180719, both correctly show values from CSE7759, but http push from rules doesn't work...

This rules work fine:
On WIFI#RSSI do
SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=88&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Voltage]
endon

Confirmed by logs:
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: SYS : -77.00
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: EVENT: WIFI#RSSI=-77.00
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: ACT : SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=88&nvalue=0&svalue=235.07
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: Command: sendtohttp

But this one is never triggered:
On POW#Current do
SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=89&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Power];[POW#Pulses]
SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=90&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Current]
endon

Greetings from Tahiti!

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#46 Post by sincze » 27 Aug 2018, 10:32

Djoe wrote:
27 Aug 2018, 09:35
Hi,

@sincze which version of mega do you use?

I have try mega_20180826 and mega_20180719, both correctly show values from CSE7759, but http push from rules doesn't work...

This rules work fine:
On WIFI#RSSI do
SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=88&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Voltage]
endon

Confirmed by logs:
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: SYS : -77.00
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: EVENT: WIFI#RSSI=-77.00
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: ACT : SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=88&nvalue=0&svalue=235.07
Aug 26 21:32:56 POW EspEasy: Command: sendtohttp

But this one is never triggered:
On POW#Current do
SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=89&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Power];[POW#Pulses]
SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=90&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Current]
endon

Greetings from Tahiti!
mmm strange indeed. ntp was enabled?? to have the timer work for you?

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On System#Boot do
	TaskValueSet 5,1,0
	TaskValueSet 5,2,0
	TaskValueSet 5,3,0
EndOn

// LAMP CONTROLLING INCLUDING LED LIGHT

on lamp_on do
	gpio,12,1
	gpio,13,0
endon

on lamp_off do
	gpio,12,0
	gpio,13,1
endon

on SW_1#Switch do
	if [SW_1#Switch]=1
		gpio,12,1
		gpio,13,0
	else
		gpio,12,0
		gpio,13,1
	endif
endon

on Energy#Power do

	if Clock#Time=All,**:*0 do
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=11&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Voltage]
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=18&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power]
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=13&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power]
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=14&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Current]
	endif
				
	if [Energy#Voltage]!=[Calculation#Voltage]
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=1&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Voltage] // Voltage
		TaskValueSet 5,1,[Energy#Voltage]
	endif

	if [Energy#Power]!=[Calculation#Power]
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=13&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power] // Calculated KwH.
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=18&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Power] // Watt only
		TaskValueSet 5,2,[Energy#Power]
	endif

	if [Energy#Current]!=[Calculation#Current]
		SendToHTTP x.x.x.x,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=14&nvalue=0&svalue=[Energy#Current] // Amp
		TaskValueSet 5,3,[Energy#Current]
	endif
		TaskValueSet 5,4,[Energy#Pulses]

endon
If you modify it like this??
it will now be triggered if the Power value changes.. not the voltage.
Should be okay to get the data into domoticz.
Please let me know.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#47 Post by Djoe » 28 Aug 2018, 08:59

Thank you for your reply,

I don't use NTP (long time ago it was not stable and all is automated from domoticz).
But if you really want me to test with NTP I can do it (is there a link between NTP and a triggered property?)

I have tested again all properties as "trigger", here below the complete rules:

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On Button#State do
 if [Relay#State]=1
  gpio,12,0
 else
  gpio,12,1
 endif
endon

On System#Boot do
 gpio,12,1
endon

On WIFI#RSSI do
 SendToHTTP xxx,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=88&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Voltage]
endon

On POW#Power do
 SendToHTTP xxx,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=89&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Power];[POW#Pulses]
 SendToHTTP xxx,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=90&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Current]
endon

On POW#Current do
 SendToHTTP xxx,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=89&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Power];[POW#Pulses]
 SendToHTTP xxx,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=90&nvalue=0&svalue=[POW#Current]
endon

On POW#Voltage do
 SendToHTTP xxx,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=99&nvalue=0&svalue=test_vol
endon

On POW#Pulses do
 SendToHTTP xxx,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=99&nvalue=0&svalue=test_pul
endon
For information the "Pulses" property is configured with the formula : %value%/12530
There is no external sensor connected to this POW.

Here below the log (through syslog with "Info" level) :

Aug 27 20:46:09 POW EspEasy: SYS : -77.00
Aug 27 20:46:09 POW EspEasy: EVENT: WIFI#RSSI=-77.00
Aug 27 20:46:09 POW EspEasy: ACT : SendToHTTP 10.0.0.4,8080,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=88&nvalue=0&svalue=232.76
Aug 27 20:46:09 POW EspEasy: Command: sendtohttp
Aug 27 20:46:09 POW EspEasy: SYS : 484.00
Aug 27 20:46:09 POW EspEasy: EVENT: SONOFF#Uptime=484.00
Aug 27 20:46:10 POW EspEasy: Domoticz: Sensortype: 1 idx: 83 values: 484.00
Aug 27 20:46:10 POW EspEasy: WD : Uptime 485 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 14560
Aug 27 20:46:39 POW EspEasy: WD : Uptime 485 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 14584
Aug 27 20:47:09 POW EspEasy: WD : Uptime 486 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 14512
Aug 27 20:47:39 POW EspEasy: WD : Uptime 486 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 14512
Aug 27 20:48:09 POW EspEasy: WD : Uptime 487 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 14512
Aug 27 20:48:39 POW EspEasy: WD : Uptime 487 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 14512
Aug 27 20:49:09 POW EspEasy: WD : Uptime 488 ConnectFailures 0 FreeMem 14512

I have switch on and off 3 times the light connected to the POW... The value are correctly shown on the POW:

Voltage: 232.76
Power: 18.11
Current: 0.13
Pulses: 9949.00

Have you compile your own binary for your POW or are you using a binary delivered by a release?

My POW R2 is written V1.0 on the PCB...

Thank you gain,
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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#48 Post by sincze » 28 Aug 2018, 10:00

I use the following: mega-20180723. (Development)

Regarding NTP usage I once read somewhere it is needed to have the timer function trigger correctly.
However since then I enable it on all my devices. So not sure what happens if I disable it.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#49 Post by ManS-H » 28 Aug 2018, 11:32

I like the rules, but my question. Can i also used them for my first generation Sonoff Pow with the HLW8012? And if it's yes what must i change in the rules.

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Re: SonOff POW R2 support

#50 Post by Djoe » 28 Aug 2018, 11:46

I have upgraded the POW to mega-20180723 (dev), and it's not working better...
Very strange...
I'm going to continue to push CSE7759 data through the wifi#rssi trigger, but it's not a "realtime" push, so not very good for the appliance I would like to run....

I have another POW in a box, I will get it out tomorrow and I will try with this one...

I also use timer (without NTP) on a sonoff basic, like this :

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On Rules#Timer=1 do
 timerSet,2,21600
endon
It work:
Aug 26 16:00:02 Piscine EspEasy: Command: timerset
Aug 26 16:00:04 Piscine EspEasy: EVENT: Rules#Timer=1
Aug 26 16:00:04 Piscine EspEasy: ACT : timerSet,2,21600
Aug 26 16:00:04 Piscine EspEasy: Command: timerset
Aug 26 22:00:05 Piscine EspEasy: EVENT: Rules#Timer=2
Aug 26 22:00:05 Piscine EspEasy: ACT : timerSet,3,21600
Aug 26 22:00:05 Piscine EspEasy: Command: timerset

But if the number of second is to high (I don't remember the limit), I notice some strange behavior (next timer not triggered, or triggered in a shorter time).
Since I use "small" number, it's work perfectly...

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