# Datek HSE2905E

Model | HSE2905E |

Vendor | Datek |

Description | Datek Eva AMS HAN power-meter sensor |

Exposes | power, energy, current, voltage, current_phase_b, voltage_phase_b, current_phase_c, voltage_phase_c, temperature, linkquality |

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## Notes

### Pairing

Factory reset by removing the plastic cover and press & hold the power button for 10 seconds. The LED is then starting to blink Red/Blue to indicate in pairing mode.

### Should automatically support (only tested Kamstrup)

- Aidon
- Kaifa
- Kamstrup

### Configuring interface mode

There should be no need to configure into any interface mode as the Eva HAN should autodetect the correct mode.

### Not getting measurements

In case you are not getting any measurements, it could be that your firmware is too old. If firmware are < 0.4 either update fw via Eva Smart HUB or ask Datek for a replacement with min fw 0.4. Tested on 0.4.

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## OTA updates

This device supports OTA updates, for more information see OTA updates.

## Options

*How to use device type specific configuration*

`power_calibration`

: Calibrates the power value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`power_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for power, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`energy_calibration`

: Calibrates the energy value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`energy_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for energy, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`current_calibration`

: Calibrates the current value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`current_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for current, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`voltage_calibration`

: Calibrates the voltage value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`voltage_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for voltage, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`current_phase_b_calibration`

: Calibrates the current_phase_b value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`current_phase_b_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for current_phase_b, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`voltage_phase_b_calibration`

: Calibrates the voltage_phase_b value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`voltage_phase_b_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for voltage_phase_b, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`current_phase_c_calibration`

: Calibrates the current_phase_c value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`current_phase_c_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for current_phase_c, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`voltage_phase_c_calibration`

: Calibrates the voltage_phase_c value (percentual offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`voltage_phase_c_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for voltage_phase_c, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

`temperature_calibration`

: Calibrates the temperature value (absolute offset), takes into effect on next report of device. The value must be a number.`temperature_precision`

: Number of digits after decimal point for temperature, takes into effect on next report of device. This option can only decrease the precision, not increase it. The value must be a number with a minimum value of`0`

and with a with a maximum value of`3`

## Exposes

### Power (numeric)

Instantaneous measured power. Value can be found in the published state on the `power`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `W`

.

### Energy (numeric)

Sum of consumed energy. Value can be found in the published state on the `energy`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `kWh`

.

### Current (numeric)

Instantaneous measured electrical current. Value can be found in the published state on the `current`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `A`

.

### Voltage (numeric)

Measured electrical potential value. Value can be found in the published state on the `voltage`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `V`

.

### Current phase B (numeric)

Instantaneous measured electrical current on phase B. Value can be found in the published state on the `current_phase_b`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `A`

.

### Voltage phase B (numeric)

Measured electrical potential value on phase B. Value can be found in the published state on the `voltage_phase_b`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `V`

.

### Current phase C (numeric)

Instantaneous measured electrical current on phase C. Value can be found in the published state on the `current_phase_c`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `A`

.

### Voltage phase C (numeric)

Measured electrical potential value on phase C. Value can be found in the published state on the `voltage_phase_c`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `V`

.

### Temperature (numeric)

Measured temperature value. Value can be found in the published state on the `temperature`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The unit of this value is `°C`

.

### Linkquality (numeric)

Link quality (signal strength). Value can be found in the published state on the `linkquality`

property. It's not possible to read (`/get`

) or write (`/set`

) this value. The minimal value is `0`

and the maximum value is `255`

. The unit of this value is `lqi`

.