SMA Speedwire Integration

Hi folks,

I have been working with a friend to reverse engineer the SMA Speedwire protocol used in my Sunny Boy solar inverters. I have a working implementation and was wondering if this would be of interest to others in the community?

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Hi @professor_alex glad you got it working! What devices do you support?

I’ve got an energy meter and created this hassio plugin to read the speedwire info and publish it to homeassistant via mqtt

Also made a couple of enhancement in the (dev) version recently: GitHub - kellerza/hassio-sma-em: Home Assistant SMA Add-On

Another project we’ve been working on uses the webconnect interface to get values from SMA devices with this interface

yes, please share your code!

Hi folks,

This integration is on Github. It’s been working really well for me.

Hello, I’ve already looked at it and tried to install it, but somehow I’m sitting on the line during the integration.
I also did the normal raspi installation, copied the file into the directory as it is in the instructions and restarted and then when I start the intigration I get an error message.
Do I just have to copy the unzipped file into the directory custom_components or the whole link and what does it do with the command sudo su - homeassistant
cd / srv / homeassistant / data.
I’m just a beginner and sometimes overwhelmed.
Thanks Stefan

A bilateral instruction that would be exactly what would make sense.

A picture guide that would be exactly what would make sense.

How to install this integration on Home Assistant OS?

Hello, followed the setup, cloned the repo, rebooted and then on Add Integration I can an error of

Error

Config flow could not be loaded: 500 Internal Server Error Server got itself in trouble

Hi, i got it working 2 days ago.

Here are 2 options:

  1. You pull the newest version from yesterday. Which has a fixed depency.

  2. you change import statment in __init__py file

    from: from sma_query_sw.protocol

    to: from .sma_query_sw.protocol
    and put the library in the smasw folder.

You can find the library in the same repo.

I’m a linux n00b, I’d love to be able to use this integration, but really the instructions may as well be in Dutch or Klingon.

The sma-query library should first be installed into Home Assistants virtual environment.

The what now?

The integration can be installed by cloning this repository into the Home Assistant custom_components directory.

Eh? No clue.

Any chance of human readable instructions for those of us who have no clue about cloning repos and are too damned old to start learning this sort of stuff? :smiley: I’m using Home Assistant OS, and I can just about muddle my way to ssh’ing in and typing commands.

So have you ever worked with the File Editor?
If you open it and click on the folder icon in the top left you should find a folder called custo_components, or you log into Homeassistant over the network and go to the config folder then you should also find the custom_components folder.
I hope I could help.