I have Growatt Solar Panels with battery storage. I have an immersion heater controlled via a SmartLife smart with.
I have just installed the latest version of Home Assistant on a Raspberry and have successfully set up some automations so then when the battery gets to a certain level of charge the immersion heater gets switched on and when it drops the immersion heater gets switched off. I have also get push notifications working so that when these events happen my iPhone lets me know. So I have got quite a way!
The problem is - if I reboot my Raspberry Pi Home Assistant looses contact with the Growatt Server and I get locked out of my ShinePhone account. (The iPhone App that connects to Growatt) although I can still log in via a Web Browser.
The only way yo fix this is to shut down Home Assistant for about 30 minutes then all is well when it is started up again. I assume during the boot process HA is firing too many request to the Growatt Server and it doesn’t like it.
Any suggestions other than not rebooting the Pi??