0Ajustando as configurações do tasmota smartplug

agora estou por perto 30 plugues inteligentes baseados em tasmota em toda a casa. Recentemente, tenho ajustado as configurações de alguns para otimizá-los para as funções que eles têm

The first thing I wanted to do was to tweak the energy mon­it­or­ing plugs I have (from Loc­al­Bytes) so they report energy use more pre­cisely. Whilst it is pos­sible to adjust how often they report, a smarter way to do this is to adjust what level of power change will trig­ger an update. Tem 2 ways to do this — either as a per­cent­age or as an abso­lute. Go to the com­mand line and enter one of the fol­low­ing (chan­ging the 10 part to whatever value you require)

Power­Delta 10 = Update MQTT on 10% mudança
Power­Delta 110 = Update MQTT on 10W change

The next thing I wanted to tweak was the sleep time as most of my plugs can sleep more than the default. The default is a smartsleep mode which works well and for devices where I often press the but­ton I have left the default. But for devices where I don’t press the but­ton I increased the value with the following

Dormir 250

Note it is not advised to change this for plugs you do press — the default value of 50 works well for these. Fur­ther it is not advised to change this for energy mon­it­or­ing plugs

To see the cur­rent value simply type the com­mand without a num­ber after it.

I tend to use Power­Delta 104 and Sleep 50 for power mon­it­or­ing devices, Dormir 50 for devices where I press the but­ton reg­u­larly, and Sleep 250 for oth­er plugs

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