I’m totally new to pimatic and got my first system up only a few days ago - but I’m already a huge fan of pimatic!
My programming skill can best be described by “able to reproduce, adapt and modify given code on a basic level”.
But I’m eager to learn more…
Currently, I’m on a basic PI3 with some AVM fritz! devices and Amazon Dash Buttons. My next project is to attach a Homeduino board.
Besides, I’m looking for a possibility to manage a standard electric cooking stove.
Dealing with a switching/measuring power of 3x16A, my goal is to
- At least switch all 3 phases off
- better be able to switch them on again
- for bonus: see the current power drain
Target scenario is the classical “Did I leave the cooker on?!” when I left the house. So at least I want to be able to switch the cooker off.
A “bad” solution would be 3 independent actors, each capable of 16A and placed somewhere. My preferred solution would be top-hat-rail-sized “device” in the fuse box that would do the job.
As far as I did my research, I need an acutator like this http://www.fmt-shop.de/schalttechnik/ip-schaltaktor-hutschiene-tcr-ip-4.html (sorry, could only find a shop in German and the actuator is only capable of 10A).
If I found one like that with 16A, I could at least set up the “switch on/off” with my basic programming skills by the probe plugin.
Does anyone have an idea for a “working out of the box” actuator that would fit my needs?