I’m not really getting started as I have had my system running for about a year now, and besides MQTT dying once in a while, it works great.
I have a somewhat complex setup because we use 3 phases, so I have 3 nodes with one current clamp each.
So I measure 3 phases coming into my house, as well as the 3 phases of my inverter.
For some still unknown reason two of the three clamps on that measures the phases from my inverter never gets below 100-150 Watts, even what it’s night
So on my graphs I have an stedy “load” of about 200 Watts from the inverter…
The clamps are placed somewhat close to each other, but I’m not sure if that matters?
Anyway, I would like to cut off these 200 Watts, with an IF clause… like “IF Watts < 200 THEN Watts = 0”… but I cannot figure out how to do this with the options in inputs… suggestions are welcome
If that is not possible I think I will just cut off 200 Watts all the time and somehow prevent the value to go under 0.
Suggestions are welcome