Energy Dashboard - No matcing stastics found

I created a new device (ESPHome) that collects data from a water tank using an ultrasonic sensor and it also measures the main voltage and current (CT clamp).

What I’m struggling with is that I cannot add it to the Energy dashboard:

Here’s the code:

  name: cisterna-ct-vac
  platform: ESP8266
  board: d1_mini

# Enable logging

# Enable Home Assistant API

  password: "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"

  - ssid: "xxxxxxxxxx"
    password: "xxxxxxxxxxx"

  # Enable fallback hotspot (captive portal) in case wifi connection fails
    ssid: "Cisterna Fallback Hotspot"
    password: "xxxxxxxxxx"



  - address: 0x48

  - platform: ads1115
    name: "Voltaje entrada"
    id: voltaje_entrada
    unit_of_measurement: "V"
    icon: "mdi:flash"
    accuracy_decimals: 1
    update_interval: 24ms
    multiplexer: 'A2_GND'
    gain: 6.144
      - offset: -2.397593089 # compenstate the offset (value measured at 0V)
      - lambda: return x * x;
      - sliding_window_moving_average:
          window_size: 1250  # average over 30 seconds (update interval is 24ms)
          send_every: 208    # report every 05 seconds (update interval is 24ms)
      - lambda: return sqrt(x);
      - multiply: 330      # calculate mains voltage (calibration)     

  - platform: ads1115
    id: ads_ct
    multiplexer: 'A0_A1'
    gain: 2.048 # ±2.048V  1 bit = 0.0625mV
    name: "ADS1115 A0-A1"
    update_interval: 10s

  - platform: ct_clamp
    sensor: ads_ct
    name: "Corriente"
    id: corriente_medida
    update_interval: 10s
      - calibrate_linear:
          # Measured value of 0 maps to 0A
          - 0 -> 0
          - 0.14633 -> 6.9

  - platform: template
    id: my_power
    name: "Potencia medida"
    lambda: return id(corriente_medida).state * id(voltaje_entrada).state / 1000; #Power = Current * Voltage (so change 230 to whatever your mains voltage is)
    unit_of_measurement: 'kWh'
    update_interval: 5s          

  - platform: ultrasonic
    trigger_pin: D6
    echo_pin: D5
    name: 'Distancia al agua'
    unit_of_measurement: 'm'
    accuracy_decimals: 1
    update_interval: 10s
    pulse_time: 20us
    timeout: 2.0m
      - filter_out: nan
  - platform: ultrasonic
    trigger_pin: D6
    echo_pin: D5
    name: "Nivel cisterna"
    unit_of_measurement: "%"
    accuracy_decimals: 0
    update_interval: 10s
        ## Tank Depth = all the way from the cover where the sensor is mounted to the bottom = 75
        ## Sensor Value = x this is will stay the same as this is the reading from the sensor
        ## Excluded Distance = EX which is the distance I have on top from the sensor which is mounted to the cover to the highest level the water can reach = 21
        ## return ((((x*100)-EX)-(TD-EX))/(TD-EX))*-100
      - lambda: return ((((x*100)-21)-(75-21))/(75-21))*-100;
      - sliding_window_moving_average:
          window_size: 10 #creates a moving average of the last 10 values
          send_every: 1 #sends the moving average at every measurement (but only if it passes the delta filter below)) 
          send_first_at: 1 #after startup immediately start sending the result rather than wait for the first 10 measurements
      - delta : 0.05 #only send the result if the level difference with the last sent result is higher than this      
      - filter_out: nan      

Sensor displaying on the Device details:


I read the topics below, but not sure if those fixes are still valid :thinking:

Running on HAOS:

  • Home Assistant 2022.8.3
  • Supervisor 2022.08.3
  • Operating System 8.4
  • Frontend 20220802.0 - latest

If you have energy comming in on your dashboard then do this.

go to

settings - dashboards - energy - under individual devices add what you like.

If you mean “Electricity grid” or “Individual devices”, that’s what I did and got the same results:
No matching statistics found

nope “individual devices”

EDIT: It can take up to 2 hours to see data

That’s what I did

Any help on this issue?

I’m using the same device (ESPHome node) for other sensors as you might have seen in my OP. Could that be an issue?



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