I’m trying to access the current of my Thermia Calibra heatpump using modbus.
I’m able to access some parameters like outside temperature, compressor speed, indoor temperature and so on with the following code:
I figured it needed an addon, but I wasn’t sure. I guess a shelly switch will be cheaper then having the addon installed on the heatpump.
I found your plugin before, but I chose the modbus approach since I like it simple.
Using the modbus interface you can configure a lot of things on the heatpump. This can result in a badly configured broken pump.
I figured the modbus approach was safer.
Do you have any automations for your heatpump?
Any experience with the smart grid?
I have “installed” a shelly em3 in my Thermia for power monitoring, works perfect and is probably a lot cheaper than the integrated option.
I have an automation to disable heat water and pool heating when electricity price level is high, it’s still a WIP.
Another thing I’d like to do is to add a vacation mode that lowers the heating temperature.
I were searching for possibilities to automate my Thermia Calibra heatpump according to electricity price levels and found your posts here. So I thought to ask if you have had any luck with automating your heatpump to use electricity when price level is low ?
I have a Danfoss DHP-H Opti Pro which is same as Thermia Diplomat Optimum G3. It’s equipped with original connectivity pack 086L1900 installed and I’m able to monitor and control the heatpump through Thermia online portal.
I’d like to enable a local integration into HA. Is that possible with the CJNE/thermiagenesis integration and present gateway?
FW update required; access to downloads and service mode?