Non Intrusive Load Monitoring with Shelly 3EM

Do you know this problem: you want your dumb home appliances to let you know once they change a state. You want to know once the dish washer finishes the cleaning cycle or when your electric oven has reached the target temperature to put the frozen Pizza in? In this project I show you how you can accomplish this with the shelly 3EM, Node-Red and Amazon Alexa.

Note: In the video I say that Shelly 3EM maker Alterco is Hungarian, but they are Bulgarian. I’m really sorry about this mistake!

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