Today the loop has been closed...
Data is now streaming to data.openevse.com from 3 sources:
-OpenEVSE (current and temperatures)
-Energy Monitoring Device (reading temps, voltage and current from Solar)
-EV Data from Tesla (SOC and range... much more to come)
This allows true data fusion, and smart features. Now SOC can be reported from EV Data and OpenEVSE can read in to make smarter decisions. For example you could say charge to 84%. Or charge to 84% using the lowest current possible starting at 1000pm and ending at 600am...
Check out my Home and OpenEVSE_Tesla pages here:
Build myself a WiFi kit, everything is working except the erratic pilot status. I guess the pilot signal is not picked up by the EVSE firmware. Anyone have any ideas?
Can you share your python script?
Thanks for the info on the Adafruit site. I'm having a hard time locating the specific info on loading firmware on the ESP8266 do you have a link?
You can send commands from the local wifi.
from you browser
The firmware for the Wifi Module is here:
There is a tutorial for loading firmware on the Adafruit site.
Here is a Guide for setup of the Dashboard:
Finished a python script for Nissan Leaf...
logging in to Nissan Carwings...
Connected, vin: JN1AZ0CP0BT004122, nickname: MyLeaf
sleeping for 20 seconds...
Range : 76616.0 Meters
Uploading data to OpenEVSE