A smart Thermostat “Helper” with Linear Power Adjustment, “Wi-Fi Voltage Controller”

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Open Source Project: Creating a Smart Thermostat “Helper” with Linear Power Adjustment, “Wi-Fi Voltage Controller”

Abstract: Create a device that can control linear power output, adjusting the power output in real-time based on the live grid power from the photovoltaic system, aiming to minimize the amount of power that the photovoltaic system exports to the grid.

Diagram displaying the layout and connections of the power value control system

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I would like to participate in this engineering prototype to control my electric hotwater heater, the element in this hotwater cylinder is 1KW as you can see from my IAM Meter screenshot below, running this day between approx 8:15am and 2:15pm.



This is currently triggered by an automation in homeassistant IAMMeter Modbus when consumption and generation has at least 1KW of free capacity that would normally be exported, reacting every 1 second. Example of this below.



I already have monthly reporting in place which is emailed to myself, here is an example of my billing



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I would like to participate in this engineering prototype to control my electric hotwater heater, the element in this hotwater cylinder is 1KW as you can see from my IAM Meter screenshot below, running this day between approx 8:15am and 2:15pm.This is currently triggered by an automation in homeassistant IAMMeter Modbus when consumption and generation has at least 1KW of free capacity that would normally be exported, reacting every 1 second. Example of this below.I already have monthly reportin
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