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Setting up Emporia Vue 2 with ESPHome
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flaviut commented Aug 7, 2022 via email

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clowrey commented Aug 8, 2022

Thanks for all the work getting this working!! I spent about 5 hours thinking there was some way I could get it to compile on a raspberry pi 4 with 4gb ram- including switching to the 32bit version, but it still wont work.. So in the end I relented and am now running home assistant on a 7 year old i3 intel NUC and it works great!! I definitely recommend anyone wanting to use this currently in a standalone installation to just buy a used intel NUC for < $100 on ebay and be done with it... Going to try get it working with three phase inputs some time soon, not sure how hard/easy that will be.

EDIT > looks like it works with three phase just by adding in phase C in the config file! awesome!

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Jens5395 commented Aug 8, 2022

I spent way too many hours on this ... but in the end, my method works great and I still have my original Pi4 running HA.

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clowrey commented Aug 8, 2022

I spent way too many hours on this ... but in the end, my method works great and I still have my original Pi4 running HA.

But can you change the ESPhome settings from the RPI4? that is my main reason, I anticipate needing to re-compile and update, and will have remote systems running this etc..

Edit > I'm not saying one method is better than the other, just saying for me this is overall easier and more maintainable, at least until we can compile it on ARM..

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Jens5395 commented Aug 8, 2022

No, I would not be able to change the configuration from the Pi4 .... that would require a recompile which can't be done from the Pi4.
I installed ESPHome and the dashboard on one of my laptops. It just sits there ready for use. If I need to recompile, I just start up ESPHome, go to the dashboard, load te configuration file, tweak it and send it back to the Emporia - no muss, no fuss, I just have to remember to do it via Chrome instead of my normal browser (Thunderbird).
I recompiled a whole bunch of times as I was setting everything up so yes, you absolutely need to be able to recompile and send te result to the Emporia. I am still working out a couple of issues and expect that I am not finished configuring things.
BTW, I did not try generating the .bin file on my laptop, transfer it to the pi and then send it to the Emporia. That should (in theory) work but it's an extra step that is not really required.

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Jens5395 commented Aug 9, 2022

Does anybody else have issues with 'daily energy' never resetting at the end of the day?
I did need to set my own sntp server (network doesn't allow traffic to the outside) but that didn't help. Looking at the logs from the Emporia, every message has the correct time in front of it.
Let me clarify this a bit - if I look at the 'energy' dashboard, the daily energy is correct. I have an 'entities' card set up in one of my dashboard views and it shows individual circuits and individual daily power usage (and total daily power usage). It is those totals sensors that do not reset.
Platfom 'Total Daily Energy Sensor' states:

# Enable time component to reset energy at midnight
time:
  - platform: sntp
    id: my_time

From what I can tell, the time platform is working as every single status message from the Emporia has the correct time stamp .... but maybe that time component is different from the time that shows up in the logs - how do I check if id: my_time is correct? my_time is not an entity or a helper so how can I verify it?

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mgulick commented Aug 9, 2022

Does anybody else have issues with 'daily energy' never resetting at the end of the day?

My daily energy value also did not reset at first. I don't know exactly what I did to fix it. It may have started working on its own at some point after a few days or maybe a week. I do remember that I changed the time platform from sntp to:

time:
  - platform: homeassistant
    id: homeassistant_time

This is working fine for me and is syncing time via home assistant. I have my emporia vue 2 on an isolated VLAN which doesn't have internet access, so sntp probably wasn't working (my DHCP server hands out local ntp server info, but I think most devices ignore that).

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Jens5395 commented Aug 9, 2022

Thanks for that mgulick. I tried that this morning but this gives me a compile error which is likely due to me having to compile the Emporia configuration on a computer other than the computer running HA.
It is good to know I am not the only person that has/had daily reset issues.

*** [.pioenvs/emporia-01/src/esphome/components/sntp/sntp_component.o] Source `src/esphome/components/sntp/sntp_component.cpp' not found, needed by target `.pioenvs/emporia-01/src/esphome/components/sntp/sntp_component.o'.

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Is there another location, discord or an issue somewhere, that these things can be discussed. I'm honestly watching this gist in case there are changes or issues with the integration itself.

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clowrey commented Aug 9, 2022

You could just watch the Integration source repository that is linked to in the example configuration. Not sure where else to discuss issues as there is no issue tracker?

changes or issues with the integration itself.

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mgulick commented Aug 9, 2022

@Jens5395, I would frequently have compile errors when rebuilding after making changes to the configuration. Cleaning the build artifacts usually resolved the issue. It looks like this option is called "Clean Build Files" from the ESPHome dashboard (https://esphome.io/guides/getting_started_hassio.html) and esphome clean <config> from the ESPHome CLI (https://esphome.io/guides/cli.html#clean-command).

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Jens5395 commented Aug 9, 2022

Ha!!!! That did the trick, it compiled! Now to see if it fixes things at midnight ....
Thanks!

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@clowrey sure, my point is that these issues are not related to the Emporia Vue.

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flaviut commented Aug 9, 2022

Please keep all discussion here

Hey y'all, I've had my own gripes with Gist as a discussion platform as well.

Any further comments here will be deleted and recreated in https://github.com/emporia-vue-local/esphome/discussions. This will be the last comment on this gist.

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@rjchu, Yes mqtt is working quite well - I use FHEM (https://fhem.de/) hence mqtt is my choice of integration in this case.

Btw, unlike the emporia app which only calculates apparent power on the 16 CTs, this implementation is correctly measuring real power - thank you @flaviut !

sudo docker run --rm -v "${PWD}":/config -it esphome/esphome version
Version: 2022.6.0

here is my draft config - still making design decisions but working quite well already. the send times are temporarily set too low, I plan on every 10 secs for instant and every 5 mins for totals, etc

esphome:
  name: emporiavue2

external_components:
  - source: github://flaviut/esphome@emporia-vue-2022.4.0
    components: [ emporia_vue ]

esp32:
  board: esp32dev
  framework:
    type: esp-idf
    version: recommended

# Enable Home Assistant API
#api: {"password": "<ota password>"}
ota: {"password": "<xyz>"}

# Enable logging
logger:
  level: WARN

wifi:
  ssid: "myssid"
  password: "mypassword"

mqtt:
  broker: 1.2.3.4
  client_id: vue2
  username: myuser
  password: mypassword
  port: 1883
  topic_prefix: vue2
  discovery: false
  log_topic: null


i2c:
  sda: 21
  scl: 22
  scan: false
  frequency: 200kHz  # recommended range is 50-200kHz
  id: i2c_a

# these are called references in YAML. They allow you to reuse
# this configuration in each sensor, while only defining it once
.defaultfilters:
  - &moving_avg
    # we capture a new sample every 0.24 seconds, so the time can
    # be calculated from the number of samples as n * 0.24.
    sliding_window_moving_average:
      # we average over the past 2.88 seconds
      window_size: 12
      # we push a new value every 1.44 seconds
      send_every: 6
  - &invert
    # invert and filter out any values below 0.
    lambda: 'return max(-x, 0.0f);'
  - &pos
    # filter out any values below 0.
    lambda: 'return max(x, 0.0f);'
  - &abs
    # take the absolute value of the value
    lambda: 'return abs(x);'

sensor:
  - platform: emporia_vue
    i2c_id: i2c_a
    phases:
      - id: phase_a  # Verify that this specific phase/leg is connected to correct input wire color on device listed below
        input: BLACK  # Vue device wire color
        calibration: 0.0229  # 0.022 is used as the default as starting point but may need adjusted to ensure accuracy
        # To calculate new calibration value use the formula <in-use calibration value> * <accurate voltage> / <reporting voltage>
        voltage:
          name: "Phase A Voltage"
          internal: true
          id: phase_a_voltage
          filters: [*moving_avg, *pos]
      - id: phase_b  # Verify that this specific phase/leg is connected to correct input wire color on device listed below
        input: RED  # Vue device wire color
        calibration: 0.022  # 0.022 is used as the default as starting point but may need adjusted to ensure accuracy
        # To calculate new calibration value use the formula <in-use calibration value> * <accurate voltage> / <reporting voltage>
        voltage:
          name: "Phase B Voltage"
          internal: true
          id: phase_b_voltage
          filters: [*moving_avg, *pos]
      - id: phase_c  # Verify that this specific phase/leg is connected to correct input wire color on device listed below
        input: BLUE  # Vue device wire color
        calibration: 0.022193  # 0.022 is used as the default as starting point but may need adjusted to ensure accuracy
        # To calculate new calibration value use the formula <in-use calibration value> * <accurate voltage> / <reporting voltage>
        voltage:
          internal: true
          name: "Phase C Voltage"
          id: phase_c_voltage
          filters: [*moving_avg, *pos]
    ct_clamps:
      - phase_id: phase_a
        input: "A"  # Verify the CT going to this device input also matches the phase/leg
        power:
          name: "Phase A Power"
          internal: true
          id: phase_a_power
          device_class: power
          filters: [*moving_avg, *pos]
      - phase_id: phase_b
        input: "B"  # Verify the CT going to this device input also matches the phase/leg
        power:
          name: "Phase B Power"
          internal: true
          id: phase_b_power
          device_class: power
          filters: [*moving_avg, *pos]
      - phase_id: phase_c
        input: "C"  # Verify the CT going to this device input also matches the phase/leg
        power:
          name: "Phase C Power"
          internal: true
          id: phase_c_power
          device_class: power
          filters: [*moving_avg, *pos]
      # Pay close attention to set the phase_id for each breaker by matching it to the phase/leg it connects to in the panel
      - { phase_id: phase_b, input:  "1", power: { name: "Front Steps (Camera, Lights)",                            internal: true, id:  cir1, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_b, input:  "2", power: { name: "Kitchen Left (Fridge, Oven, Microwave)",                  internal: true, id:  cir2, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_b, input:  "3", power: { name: "Kitchen Right (Dishwasher, Coffee Machine)",              internal: true, id:  cir3, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_b, input:  "4", power: { name: "4 ??",                                                       internal: true, id:  cir4, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_c, input:  "5", power: { name: "Kitchen Stove",                                           internal: true, id:  cir5, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_b, input:  "6", power: { name: "Downstairs Right (Study, Hall, Bathroom, Guest, Server)", internal: true, id:  cir6, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_c, input:  "7", power: { name: "Downstairs Left (Living, Dining Room)",                   internal: true, id:  cir7, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_b, input:  "8", power: { name: "Upstairs (Master Bedroom)",                               internal: true, id:  cir8, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_a, input:  "9", power: { name: "Upstairs (incl. Attic lights, except Master Bedroom)",    internal: true, id:  cir9, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_c, input: "10", power: { name: "Cellar, Washing Room, Power Room (incl. Freezer)",        internal: true, id: cir10, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_a, input: "11", power: { name: "Doorbell",                                                internal: true, id: cir11, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_a, input: "12", power: { name: "Shutters",                                                internal: true, id: cir12, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_a, input: "13", power: { name: "Cellar (Dryer, Washer)",                                  internal: true, id: cir13, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_a, input: "14", power: { name: "Cellar Right, Workshop Play Room, Heating Room",          internal: true, id: cir14, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_a, input: "15", power: { name: "Outdoors Lights",                                         internal: true, id: cir15, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }
      - { phase_id: phase_a, input: "16", power: { name: "Cellar Left, Washing Room (Plants Lights, Garage)",       internal: true, id: cir16, filters: [ *moving_avg, *pos ] } }





  - platform: template
    internal: true
    name: "Total Circuits Power"
    lambda: return id(cir1).state + id(cir2).state + id(cir3).state + id(cir4).state + id(cir5).state
      + id(cir6).state + id(cir7).state + id(cir8).state + id(cir9).state + id(cir10).state
      + id(cir11).state + id(cir12).state + id(cir13).state + id(cir14).state + id(cir15).state + id(cir16).state;
    update_interval: 1s
    id: total_power_circuits
    unit_of_measurement: "W"
  - platform: template
    internal: true
    name: "Total Power"
    lambda: return id(phase_a_power).state + id(phase_b_power).state + id(phase_c_power).state;
    update_interval: 1s
    id: total_power
    unit_of_measurement: "W"
  - platform: total_daily_energy
    name: "Total Daily Energy"
    internal: true
    power_id: total_power
    id: total_daily_power
    accuracy_decimals: 0
    min_save_interval: 10s
    unit_of_measurement: "W"
  - { power_id:  cir1, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir1 }
  - { power_id:  cir2, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir2 }
  - { power_id:  cir3, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir3 }
  - { power_id:  cir4, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir4 }
  - { power_id:  cir5, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir5 }
  - { power_id:  cir6, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir6 }
  - { power_id:  cir7, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir7 }
  - { power_id:  cir8, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir8 }
  - { power_id:  cir9, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir9 }
  - { power_id: cir10, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir10 }
  - { power_id: cir11, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir11 }
  - { power_id: cir12, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir12 }
  - { power_id: cir13, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir13 }
  - { power_id: cir14, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir14 }
  - { power_id: cir15, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir15 }
  - { power_id: cir16, platform: total_daily_energy, accuracy_decimals: 0, internal: true, id: total_daily_power_cir16 }

time:
  - platform: sntp
    id: my_time
    timezone: Europe/Berlin
    servers: 
      - 192.168.178.99
      - 0.pool.ntp.org
      - 1.pool.ntp.org
    on_time_sync:
      then:
        - logger.log: "Synchronized system clock"
    on_time:
      - seconds: /10
        then:
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir01_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir1).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir02_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir2).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir03_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir3).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir04_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir4).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir05_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir5).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir06_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir6).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir07_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir7).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir08_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir8).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir09_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir9).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir10_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir10).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir11_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir11).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir12_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir12).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir13_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir13).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir14_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir14).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir15_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir15).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir16_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(cir16).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/total_power_circuits"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_power_circuits).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/total/total_power"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_power).state);

      - seconds: /10
        then:
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/phase_a_voltage"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(phase_a_voltage).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/phase_b_voltage"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(phase_b_voltage).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/phase_c_voltage"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(phase_c_voltage).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/phase_a_power"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(phase_a_power).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/phase_b_power"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(phase_b_power).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/phase_c_power"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(phase_c_power).state);

      - seconds: 0
        minutes: /5
        then:
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir01_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir1).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir02_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir2).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir03_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir3).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir04_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir4).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir05_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir5).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir06_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir6).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir07_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir7).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir08_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir8).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir09_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir9).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir10_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir10).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir11_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir11).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir12_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir12).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir13_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir13).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir14_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir14).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir15_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir15).state);
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: !lambda |-
                return std::string("vue2/circuits/cir16_total_daily_power");
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power_cir16).state);


      - seconds: 0
        minutes: /5
        then:
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/mains/total/total_daily_power"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return to_string(id(total_daily_power).state);

      - seconds: 0
        minutes: /10
        then:
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir01_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir1).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir02_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir2).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir03_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir3).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir04_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir4).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir05_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir5).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir06_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir6).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir07_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir7).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir08_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir8).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir09_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir9).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir10_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir10).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir11_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir11).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir12_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir12).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir13_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir13).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir14_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir14).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir15_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir15).get_name();
          - mqtt.publish:
              topic: "vue2/circuits/cir16_name"
              payload: !lambda |-
                return id(cir16).get_name();

Hi. How is your setup working with 3 phase?
Just bought a couple of emporia and noticed the yaml is setup for 2 phase, not 3.

@cangaroo82
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Good morning
VUE 2 modified with ESPHOME.
same as VUE2.yaml. on home assistant virtual machine works well.
on ihost modified Home assistant returns:

`- Configuring incomplete, errors occurred!
See also "/data/build/vue2-1/.pioenvs/vue2-1/CMakeFiles/CMakeOutput.log".
See also "/data/build/vue2-1/.pioenvs/vue2-1/CMakeFiles/CMakeError.log".

fatal: not a git repository (or any parent up to mount point /)
Stopping at filesystem boundary (GIT_DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYSTEM not set).
CMake Error at /data/cache/platformio/packages/tool-cmake/share/cmake-3.16/Modules/CMakeTestCCompiler.cmake:60 (message):
The C compiler

"/data/cache/platformio/packages/toolchain-xtensa-esp32/bin/xtensa-esp32-elf-gcc"

is not able to compile a simple test program.

It fails with the following output:

Change Dir: /data/build/vue2-1/.pioenvs/vue2-1/CMakeFiles/CMakeTmp

Run Build Command(s):/data/cache/platformio/packages/tool-ninja/ninja cmTC_22cff && [1/2] Building C object CMakeFiles/cmTC_22cff.dir/testCCompiler.c.obj
[2/2] Linking C executable cmTC_22cff
FAILED: cmTC_22cff 
: && /data/cache/platformio/packages/toolchain-xtensa-esp32/bin/xtensa-esp32-elf-gcc -mlongcalls -Wno-frame-address   CMakeFiles/cmTC_22cff.dir/testCCompiler.c.obj  -o cmTC_22cff   && :
/data/cache/platformio/packages/toolchain-xtensa-esp32/bin/../lib/gcc/xtensa-esp32-elf/8.4.0/../../../../xtensa-esp32-elf/bin/ld: /data/cache/platformio/packages/toolchain-xtensa-esp32/bin/../libexec/gcc/xtensa-esp32-elf/8.4.0/liblto_plugin.so: error loading plugin: /data/cache/platformio/packages/toolchain-xtensa-esp32/bin/../libexec/gcc/xtensa-esp32-elf/8.4.0/liblto_plugin.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
ninja: build stopped: subcommand failed.

CMake will not be able to correctly generate this project.
Call Stack (most recent call first):
/data/cache/platformio/packages/framework-espidf/tools/cmake/project.cmake:298 (__project)
CMakeLists.txt:3 (project)

========================= [FAILED] Took 26.35 seconds =========================`

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