Myenergi (Zappi EV charger)

Hi there!

Looking for an app to fetch the data from the API of myenergi
It’s pretty well documented so would be fairly easy thing to solve I guess.
I’ve played around with the API a bit and to fetch desired data and to send commands is not that hard, but to have them in the Homey would be sweet.

The thing about the zappi charger is that it’s compatible to charge directly and/or combined from solar panels.
Plus use smart charging while price plunges.

Here’s the API of the zappi charger:

https://github.com/twonk/MyEnergi-App-Api

I’ll make an app request for it too…

/Z

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Have you come any closer for the Zappi integration?
New to this forum so may have missed it in other posts?

/Fredrik

Hi, im afraid not.
I’ve seen it work on Home Assistant and ive also played a bit with it in node red (got to view and set status of the charger and so on) but im no coder so I really hope some tech geek will pick up on this idea of an app for homey on the myenergi.

Would be even better if it was embedded with the entso-e api for price plunging :nerd_face:

the myenergie app has recently benefited from myenergie changing their back end system. It is now easy to add their devices to homey

I have a “dumb” EV 3 phase charger.

How can the Shelly 3EM be set up to see the energy going through the charger?
Can I use a Shelly 1 to turn the charger on/off through the pilot cable?

Wonder about the amps through a Shelly 1, our Tesla charger has a 32 amp connection and I’m not sure I would put that through a shelly 1

We can not run the power through the Shelly. My thought was to use the switch function and let the pilot cable go through that switch. The pilot cable tells the charger if there is a car connected in the other end…if I got it right.

I would also like the ability to measure the power [W], maybe through a clamp on energy meter?

At this point I would be seeking advice from your charger manufacturer and an electrician

To do the job itself, I can hire an electrician.
But he doesn’t know anything about these components for smart homes.

Since there is still some warranty, the manufacturer won’t tell me how to do it. They want me to buy a completely new smart charger.