I’ve got a aqara smart plug with energy monitoring, in theory. it shows up as plug.lumi.maus01
I’m using a conbee ii with deconz in docker on a synology NAS.
I saw this issue:
and this one, which I now am not totally sure is the same plug:
so I’ve tried redoing the pairing process a few times, with and without loads plugged in. It shows up in home assistant, as either unavailable, or with a constant 9W, which matches the light that was plugged in, but could be a coincidence because its still -1W for one sensor and 9W for the other when its plugged into a mini fridge, or a laptop.
The users in those threads recommend editing the binding settings, but the screengrabs they have don’t quite look like mine.
I’m comfortable fiddling with the settings, but I haven’t had to do it before. What all should I try to edit to see if I got a dud plug? If I did, can anyone recommend a decent plug with energy monitoring? The only one I found was the sinopé model that has a pull request open, but seems to have been stalled for awhile.
well its good to know I am not alone and not crazy. I think I’ll just pick up a wifi-based EM plug, I wonder if zigbee just doesn’t properly support this, there seems to be trouble with every EM device on every platform.
I bought an Aqara smart plug today (SP-EUC01). I have a similar problem.
Both the KWH and W sensor somewhat work, but it only updates every ~5 minutes, and it just register the power for a moment, befor reverting to 0. I hope this can get fixed, as far as i understand, it is working in Z2MQTT, but I really dont feel like switching and readding all my devices just for one plug that might work.
I’d be happy to do that but are you sure? That one is about the sensor becoming unavailable…in my case that is not the problem, the old plug still reports fine…it’s just that a new plug doesn’t show the power monitoring data…
So to me the subject of this item “Can’t get power monitoring on Aqara smart plug” describes the problem better.