DIY ESP32 AC Power Meter (with Home Assistant/Automation Integration)
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Home Assistant video: csworld.info/mem/video/fNl-aYaou4R_Z2Y.html
Power video: csworld.info/mem/video/ltuNpYuRpqt-eqU.html
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Resistor Kit: s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_dTPpXjt
Capacitor Kit: s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_d7dOwRz
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In this project I will show you how to build an ESP32 AC power meter that can be used with your home assistant setup. That means I will firstly explain how to actually measure and calculate real and apparent power along with the power factor and then I will show you how to use the ESP32 in combination with some complementary components in order to create the power meter. Let's get started!
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