This product contains a fully assembled & programmed DSMR logger V4.5
(DSMR stands for "Dutch Smart Meter Requirements"), which logs the energy consumption of the devices in the house based on the ESP-12. The data is displayed via an internal web server in a browser, but can also be retrieved via restAPIs by other applications (e.g. Home Assistant or Domoticz). If desired, the DSMRloggerAPI firmware also sends the data to an MQTT broker. In addition, it is possible to retrieve stored data from the DSMR logger via the built-in "FSexplorer".
This version is provided with the ( DSMRloggerAPI
) firmware. New versions of the firmware can easily be placed on the DSMR logger from the browser. The DSMRloggerAPI firmware also makes it easy (er) to create GUIs yourself or by using other developed GUIs.
Version 4 of the well-known DSMR logger is the logical successor to version 3. This version responds to the desire of many users to store more data from the "Smart Meter" and to store this data not only in tabular form but also in charts to display. Version 4.5 also has a DC jack for a 5V power supply when the smart meter provides little or no power. To use the external power supply, the "PWR SRC" must be set to "JACK".
Check ( here
) whether your Smart Meter has been tested with the DSMRlogger.
The Per Month table now gives direct insight into the costs in a certain month and how high those costs were 12 months before (useful to monitor your advance amount).
In addition, it is possible to attach an OLED screen
to the DSMR logger, the header is already connected for this, but first test whether the polarity matches your screen! Be sure to read the ( documentation
A current sensor can also be connected to the DSMR logger (to be able to use a current sensor, you have to adjust the firmware yourself). The logger expects a voltage between 0 and 2 volts. You can change this range with a voltage divider (space has been made for this on the board).
Detailed documentation for the DSMR logger Version 4.5 and the DSMRloggerAPI firmware can be found ( here
). The DSRM logger can be mounted in ( this
) box with some tinkering:Homey apphttps://apps.athom.com/app/com.p1.dsmrVideo of the startuphttps://youtu.be/CyqlkIMbBRk
This product comes with an RJ12 cable.