Havells Inverter

The Havells Inverter sensor platform allows you to use Havells inverter data reading on modbus (website) with ESPHome.

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Havells On Grid Solar Inverter.

The communication with this integration is done over a UART bus using Modbus. You must therefore have a uart: entry in your configuration with both the TX and RX pins set to some pins on your board and the baud rate set to 9600.

# Example configuration entry
uart:
  - id: uart1
    baud_rate: 9600
    tx_pin: GPIO1
    rx_pin: GPIO3


modbus:
  uart_id: uart1
  flow_control_pin: GPIO4

sensor:
  - platform: havells_solar
    update_interval: 60s
    phase_a:
      voltage:
          name: "HAVELLS Phase A Voltage"
      current:
          name: "HAVELLS Phase A Current"
    phase_b:
      voltage:
          name: "HAVELLS Voltage Phase B"
      current:
          name: "HAVELLS Current Phase B"
    phase_c:
      voltage:
          name: "HAVELLS Voltage Phase C"
      current:
          name: "HAVELLS Current Phase C"
    pv1:
      voltage:
          name: "HAVELLS PV1 Voltage"
      current:
          name: "HAVELLS PV1 Current"
      active_power:
          name: "HAVELLS PV1 Active Power"
      voltage_sampled_by_secondary_cpu:
          name: "HAVELLS PV1 Voltage Sampled By Slave CPU"
      insulation_of_p_to_ground:
          name: "HAVELLS PV1 Insulation Of +VE To Ground"
    pv2:
      voltage:
          name: "HAVELLS PV2 Voltage"
      current:
          name: "HAVELLS PV2 Current"
      active_power:
          name: "HAVELLS PV2 Active Power"
      voltage_sampled_by_secondary_cpu:
          name: "HAVELLS PV2 Voltage Sampled By Slave CPU"
      insulation_of_p_to_ground:
          name: "HAVELLS PV2 Insulation Of +VE To Ground"
    active_power:
      name: "HAVELLS Active Power"
    reactive_power:
      name: "HAVELLS Reactive Power"
    frequency:
      name: "HAVELLS Frequency"
    energy_production_day:
      name: "HAVELLS Today's Generation"
    total_energy_production:
      name: "HAVELLS Total Energy Production"
    total_generation_time:
      name: "HAVELLS Total Generation Time"
    today_generation_time:
      name: "HAVELLS Today Generation Time"
    inverter_module_temp:
      name: "HAVELLS Inverter Module Temp"
    inverter_inner_temp:
      name: "HAVELLS Inverter Inner Temp"
    inverter_bus_voltage:
      name: "HAVELLS Inverter BUS Voltage"
    insulation_of_pv_n_to_ground:
      name: "HAVELLS Insulation Of PV- To Ground"
    gfci_value:
      name: "HAVELLS GFCI Value"
    dci_of_r:
      name: "HAVELLS DCI Of R"
    dci_of_s:
      name: "HAVELLS DCI Of S"
    dci_of_t:
      name: "HAVELLS DCI Of T"

Configuration variables:

  • phase_a (Optional): The group of exposed sensors for Phase A/1.

    • current (Optional): Use the current value of the sensor in amperes. All options from Sensor.

    • voltage (Optional): Use the voltage value of the sensor in volts. All options from Sensor.

  • phase_b (Optional): The group of exposed sensors for Phase B/2 on applicable inverters.

    • All options from phase_a

  • phase_c (Optional): The group of exposed sensors for Phase C/3 on applicable inverters.

    • All options from phase_a

  • pv1 (Optional): The group of exposed sensors for Photo Voltaic 1.

    • current (Optional): Use the current value of the sensor in amperes. All options from Sensor.

    • voltage (Optional): Use the voltage value of the sensor in volts. All options from Sensor.

    • active_power (Optional): Use the (active) power value of the sensor in watts. All options from Sensor.

    • voltage_sampled_by_secondary_cpu (Optional): Use the photo voltiac’s voltage sampled by slave CPU value of the sensor in volts. All options from Sensor.

    • insulation_of_p_to_ground (Optional): Use the insulation of photo voltiac’s +ve terminal to ground value of the sensor in kilo ohms. All options from Sensor.

  • pv2 (Optional): The group of exposed sensors for Photo Voltaic 2.

    • All options from pv1

  • active_power (Optional): Use the (active) power value of the sensor in watts. All options from Sensor.

  • reactive_power (Optional): Use the reactive power value of the sensor in VAR. All options from Sensor.

  • frequency (Optional): Use the frequency value of the sensor in hertz. All options from Sensor.

  • energy_production_day (Optional): Use the export active energy value for same day of the sensor in kilo watt hours. All options from Sensor.

  • total_energy_production (Optional): Use the total exported energy value of the sensor in kilo watt hours. All options from Sensor.

  • total_generation_time (Optional): Use the total generation time value of the sensor in hours. All options from Sensor.

  • today_generation_time (Optional): Use the day generation time value for same day of the sensor in minutes. All options from Sensor.

  • inverter_module_temp (Optional): Use the inverter module temperature value of the sensor in degree celsius. All options from Sensor.

  • inverter_inner_temp (Optional): Use the inverter inner temperature value of the sensor in degree celsius. All options from Sensor.

  • inverter_bus_voltage (Optional): Use the inverter bus voltage value of the sensor in volts. All options from Sensor.

  • insulation_of_pv_n_to_ground (Optional): Use the insulation of photo voltiacs’s -ve terminal to ground value of the sensor in kilo ohms. All options from Sensor.

  • gfci_value (Optional): Use the GFCI value of the sensor. All options from Sensor.

  • dci_of_r (Optional): Use the DCI of R value of the sensor. All options from Sensor.

  • dci_of_s (Optional): Use the DCI of S value of the sensor. All options from Sensor.

  • dci_of_t (Optional): Use the DCI of T value of the sensor. All options from Sensor.

  • update_interval (Optional, Time): The interval to check the sensor. Defaults to 60s.

  • address (Optional, int): The address of the sensor if multiple sensors are attached to the same UART bus. You will need to set the address of each device manually. Defaults to 1.

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