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Colin Hickey

Thanks for the video, been enjoying using ESPHome of late as well on my projects 🙂

Jim Brewer

Great video Travis! A very nice update to the original code and project. I believe this updated project is what will get me to try ESPHome and switch from the "Frankenstein" code that I'm currently using. Thanks for taking the time to make these easy to understand videos. Well done! 👍👍👏


great video!

extremely detailed and easy to understand for a newbie like myself. thank you so much for your time!

Rory Harnisch

Can you please provide a link to that soldered protoboard? I have been looking for a protoboard that I can cut to custom sizes. Thanks!

Cole Brodine

If you unplug the dryer completely from the wall is there still some small amount of current shown? I'm wondering if there is a control board or something that has some tiny amount of DC power pull all the time when idling? It looks like the "idle" current in the video equates to about 5-15 W at 120 V.

David Lackey

I would love to see an HA/Splunk presentation at .conf 19 in Vegas.

Sir GoodEnough

I've been thinking why not build one of these with a sonoff basic? been thinking about tapping into the analog pin or using i2c or something, just too many projects to get there, would rather hack up a sonoff basic that has a case than deal with those open prototype D1/ESP boards.


Great video Travis! I really like that the CT Clamp was added natively in ESPHome... no more fiddling with emonlib 🙂 Quick question, how did you make the entity_id show up underneath the friendly names in your lovelace pages? That seems like it would be pretty handy.

Marc Gamet

Love the video. I think I'd like to use this method to monitor multiple devices around the house from the breaker panel, ex dishwasher, well pump, hvac, oven, etc since those are each on their own breakers in my house. If each current sensor only needs one pin on the board, we could get a lot of these on one board, right?

Abdulrahman S

Great video as usual. Shelly just announced new product “Shelly EM” that measures current and I think it ain’t cheap compared to your solution. Wondering what are the ways and ideas that could use Shelly EM ...

Vortex Surfer

Great video, you really explain things very well!! At least from my point of view. Keep doing what you're doing 🙂