This module allows you to retrieve your Linky consumption data from your Enedis account.
Linkpy - Access your Linky data via Python
What is this?
This Python 3 library allows you to retrieve your Linky power consumption data without any hardware, just a connection to your Enedis account.
This module was previously part of Linkindle and was extracted for better modularity and easier usage.
How to install
pip3 install linkpy
Help, it's not working!
- First, check that the Enedis website itself is working.
- You might need to accept updated terms and conditions on the website. Linkpy won't work until you do.
- Check that you have the latest version of this package. As Enedis changes its website, stuff can and occasionally does break.
- If everything else fails, you can report an issue. I'll try to get to it on my free time, but contributions are welcome!
How to use
from linkpy import Linky, LinkyLoginException, LinkyServiceException try: linky = Linky() linky.login(USERNAME, PASSWORD) today = datetime.date.today() res_year = linky.get_data_per_year() # 6 months ago - today res_month = linky.get_data_per_month(dtostr( today - relativedelta(months=6)), dtostr(today)) # One month ago - yesterday res_day = linky.get_data_per_day( dtostr(today - relativedelta(days=1, months=1)), dtostr(today - relativedelta(days=1))) # Yesterday - today res_hour = linky.get_data_per_hour( dtostr(today - relativedelta(days=1)), dtostr(today)) except LinkyLoginException as exc: logging.error(exc) except LinkyServiceException as exc: logging.error(exc)
See my Linkindle project for a real-life example.
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