Eastron sdm630 v3 Modbus integration

Hello everyone,

I would like to integrate a smart meter Eastron sdm630 v3 in HomeAssistant 2023.11 (untouched
fresh system on Raspberry 4b 4GB), with a USB to RS485 Cable Built-in FTDI chip.

I have not yet been able to find any instructions for this, so I would be very grateful for your help.

Thank you very much for your help


  - name: SDM630
    type: serial
    method: rtu
    port: /dev/ttyUSB0
    baudrate: 9600
    stopbits: 1
    bytesize: 8
    parity: N
    sensors: !include sdm630_addresses.yaml

Source: https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/modbus/#configuring-serial-connection

sdm630_addresses.yaml (only one register to test)

- address: 0
  count: 2
  data_type: float32
  input_type: input
  name: Phase 1 line to neutral volts
  precision: 2
  slave: 1
  unit_of_measurement: Volts

Source: Copy & Paste from various sources on the internet

Error message YAML configuration reloading

Failed to call service homeassistant/reload_all. 
Cannot quick reload all YAML configurations because the configuration is not valid: 
Invalid config for [modbus]: Phase 1 line to neutral volts: `count: 2` cannot be combined with `data_type: float32` @ data['modbus'][0]['sensors'][0]. Got {'address': 0, 'count': 2, 'data_type': 'float32', 'input_type': 'input', 'name': 'Phase 1 line to neutral volts', 'precision': 2, 'slave': 1, 'unit_of_measurement': 'Volts', 'scan_interval': 15}. 
(See /config/configuration.yaml, line 13).