Allows the integration of a Tesla Powerwall and provides several status inputs.
|A Tesla account is required for use! The Miniserver Gen. 1 is not supported.
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To add your Tesla Powerwall to the program, click on 'Network Periphery' in the 'Periphery Tree' tab, then 'Add Network Device' and select 'Tesla Powerwall'. Or you can quickly add it by clicking F5 and searching for 'Tesla Powerwall'.
Enter the local IP address or hostname of your Powerwall in the settings of the Tesla Powerwall AddOn.
Credential are required to connect to the device locally. Enter the email address registered with your Tesla account and the local password of your Tesla Powerwall in the settings. The default password is the last 5 characters of the Tesla Gateway password.
If the status of Tesla Powerwall changes to green after saving to the Miniserver, the connection is established successfully.
|Battery state of charge
|The current level of charge of the battery.
|Activates if the grid is disconnected.
|The current grid power. Positive values indicate power draw from the grid, negative values indicate exporting power to the grid.
|The current battery power. Positive values indicate power draw from the battery, negative values indicate charging the battery.
|Current solar power production.
|The current power used by the home.
|Grid energy imported
|Total energy imported from the grid.
|Grid energy exported
|Total energy exported to the grid.
|Solar energy produced
|Total solar energy produced.
|Online Status Tesla Powerwall
|IP address or hostname of the device in the local network.
|The mail address which is used for the Tesla account.
|Password for local authentication on the device. If not changed manually, the password consists of the last 5 symbols of the gateway password.
|Monitor Online Status
|When selected, you will be notified via System Status or the Mailer if the device is no longer available or goes offline.