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wbec

WLAN-Anbindung der Heidelberg WallBox Energy Control über ESP8266

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Die Heidelberg Wallbox Energy Control ist eine hochwertige Ladestation, bietet aber nur Modbus RTU als Schnittstelle.
Ziel des Projekts ist es, eine WLAN-Schnittstelle zu entwickeln, die gleichzeitig die Modbus-Leader-Funktion übernimmt.

Funktionen

  • Anbindung an openWB, EVCC, Solaranzeige (per tlw. Emulation der go-eCharger API)
  • MQTT-Kommunikation mit openWB und EVCC (ideal für mehrere Ladestationen)
  • Steuerbar per Android App Wallbox Steuerung
  • PV-Überschussladen, Zielladen, etc. mit den o.g. Steuerungen
  • RFID-Kartenleser zur Freischaltung der Wallbox mit gültiger Karte/Chip (spezielle HW nötig, s. Wiki)
  • Ansteuerung aller verbundenen Ladestationen (bis zu 16 Follower am Modbus, bis zu 8 openWB-Ladepunkte)
  • Lesen/Schreiben der Modbus-Register über ein JSON-Web-Interface
  • Standby-Funktion der Ladestation einstellbar
  • Einfacher Prototyp einer Webseite zur Steuerung
  • Einfacher Prototyp eines lokalen Lastmanagements (in Entwicklung)
  • Softwareupdate per WLAN (Over The Air), z.B. mit PlatformIO oder einfach per Browser (s. Wiki)
  • Access-Point-Modus zur initialen Einstellung des WLANs (SSID/Passwort, s. Wiki)
  • Weniger als 1W Strombedarf (trotz Ansteuerung von bis zu 16 Ladestationen)

Kontakt

Bei Fragen oder wenn ihr Unterstützung braucht gerne einfach eine Mail schicken (wbec393@gmail.com)
Bitte schaut auch ins Wiki und in meine anderen Projekte.

Bilder

# wbec Wifi interface to Heidelberg **W**all**B**ox **E**nergy **C**ontrol using ESP8266 The Heidelberg Wallbox Energy Control is a high quality wallbox, but it offers only a Modbus RTU interface. Goal of this project is to establish an Wifi interface, which also acts as Modbus master.

Features

  • Works with openWB, EVCC, Solaranzeige (by emulation of parts of the go-eCharger API)
  • Support of MQTT communication to openWB and EVCC (perfect for multiple wallboxes)
  • Support of Android App Wallbox Steuerung
  • RFID card reader for unlocking the wallbox only with valid card/chip (needs special HW, s. Wiki)
  • Prepared for supporting up to all 16 connected boxes (up to 8 openWB load points)
  • Modbus registers can be read/written via JSON web interface
  • Standby of Wallbox can be configured
  • Simple prototype of a web interface
  • Simple prototype of a local load management
  • Update via WiFi (OTA), e.g. with PlatformIO or simply via Web browser (s. Wiki)
  • Access point mode, to configure your WiFi network/password (s. Wiki)
  • < 1W power consumption (for controlling up to 16 boxes)

Contact

In case of any questions or in case you need support, feel free to send a mail (wbec393@gmail.com) ;-)
Please also take a look to the Wiki.

Switch configuration of wallbox

S1 >= 5 (16A max)
S2 = 0000
S3 = 0 (6A min)
S4 = 0001 (slave address, Bus-ID)
S5 = 0000
S6 = 0100 (terminator 120 Ohm, only on last box)

Examples

Simple web interface (example with powerfox setup):
http://x.x.x.x/web.html

Get current status (here for 2 configured wallboxes, but only 1 connected):

http://192.168.xx.yy/json

{
  "wbec": {
    "version": "v0.3.0"         // wbec version
    "bldDate": "2021-06-10"     // wbec build date
  },
  "box": [
    {                           // s. also https://wallbox.heidelberg.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/EC_ModBus_register_table_20210222.pdf
      "busId": 1,               // Modbus bus id (as configured by DIP switches)
      "version": "108",         // Modbus Register-Layouts Version, e.g. 1.0.8
      "chgStat": 2,             // Charging State
      "currL1": 0,              // L1 - Current RMS (in 0.1A)
      "currL2": 0,              // L2 - Current RMS (in 0.1A)
      "currL3": 0,              // L3 - Current RMS (in 0.1A)
      "pcbTemp": 333,           // PCB-Temperatur (in 0.1°C)
      "voltL1": 232,            // Voltage L1 - N rms in Volt
      "voltL2": 9,              // Voltage L2 - N rms in Volt
      "voltL3": 9,              // Voltage L3 - N rms in Volt
      "extLock": 1,             // extern lock state
      "power": 0,               // Power (L1+L2+L3) in VA
      "energyP": 0,             // Energy since PowerOn (in kWh)
      "energyI": 0.003,         // Energy since Installation (in kWh)
      "currMax": 16,            // Hardware configuration maximal current (in 0.1A)
      "currMin": 6,             // Hardware configuration minimal current (in 0.1A)
      "logStr": "<item no> <mfgDate> <serial>",
      "wdTmOut": 15000,         // ModBus-Master WatchDog Timeout (in ms)
      "standby": 4,             // Standby Function Control 
      "remLock": 1,             // Remote lock (only if extern lock unlocked) 
      "currLim": 130,           // Maximal current command
      "currFs": 0,              // FailSafe Current configuration 
      "load": 0,                // wbec load management
      "resCode": "0"            // Result code of last Modbus message (0 = ok)
    },
    {                           // Values of 2nd box ...
      "busId": 2,
      "version": "0",
      "chgStat": 0,
      ...
      "load": 0,
      "resCode": "e4"
    }
  ],
  "modbus": {
    "state": {
      "lastTm": 2852819,        // Timestamp of last Modbus message (in ms)
      "millis": 2855489         // Time since start of wbec (in ms)
    }
  },
  "rfid": {
    "enabled": true,
    "release": false,
    "lastId": "0cb6a781"
  },
  "wifi": {
    "mac": "00:1F:3F:15:29:7E", // wbec MAC address
    "rssi": -76,                // WiFi signal
    "signal": 48,               // WiFi signal quality (in %)
    "channel": 11               // WiFi channel
  }
}

Set allowed current:

http://192.168.xx.yy/json?currLim=120      --> set current limit to 12A (on the box with id=0, i.e. ModBus Bus-ID=1)
http://192.168.xx.yy/json?currLim=60&id=2  --> set current limit to 6A on the box with id=2 (i.e. ModBus Bus-ID=3)

Set Watchdog timeout:

http://192.168.xx.yy/json?wdTmOut=20000

go-eCharger API

wbec can partly emulate the API of Go-eCharger (https://github.com/goecharger/go-eCharger-API-v1) via the following HTTP commands:

Read:
http://x.x.x.x/status
{"car":"1","alw":"1","amp":"6","err":"0","stp":"0","tmp":"307","dws":"5955","ubi":"0","eto":"59","nrg":[231,232,234,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0],"fwv":"40"}
{"version":"B","car":"1","err":"0","alw":"1","amp":"6","amx":"6","stp":"0","pha":"63","tmp":"307","dws":"0","dwo":"0","uby":"0","eto":"59","nrg":[233,234,233,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0],"fwv":"40","sse":"123456","ama":"16","ust":"2"}

Write:
http://x.x.x.x/mqtt?payload=...

This offers a simple way to integrate wbec into Energy Management Systems, which support go-eCharger, but not the Heidelberg Energy Control, such as EVCC or Solaranzeige.

Credits

Third-party libraries included/adapted in wbec:

Special thanks also to the early testers and supporters: mli987, profex1337, Clanchef and many more!

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Wbec

Control Heidelberg Wallbox Energy Control over WiFi using ESP8266

Wbec Info

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😎 Authorsteff393