• Out-of-Stock
FRIENT - Zigbee HA Electricity Meter Interface
  • FRIENT - Zigbee HA Electricity Meter Interface
  • FRIENT - Zigbee HA Electricity Meter Interface
  • FRIENT - Zigbee HA Electricity Meter Interface

FRIENT - Zigbee HA Electricity, Water or gas Meter Interface


The FRIENT optical consumption meter measures electricity consumption in real time.

This product is no longer available for sale

Become energy-aware

Imagine always having a frient keeping track of your electricity consumption. You know, someone who can connect you with your meter on another level and make you more energy-aware. Someone who wants to help you lower your consumption and save money.

Lower your electricity bill

Mount the friently Electricity Meter Interface on your electricity meter, and it starts communicating with you wirelessly via a compatible hub. You don’t need professional help to install it. You can just do it by yourself. How easy is that? Now, you can stop fearing your electricity bill. With the remote meter readings from your frient, you can identify when your consumption peaks and start lowering it.

Help the grid

Electricity grids are massively strained by peaks in consumption during certain periods. When people come home from work and turn on the heat, charge their electric car, and start preparing dinner while turning on the washing machine to do laundry before bedtime, the grid is heavily loaded. With the Electricity Meter Interface, you can help the grid; identify your peaks, and move your consumption to off-peak periods.


  • Informing you about electricity consumption
  • Lower your electricity bill
  • Protect the environment
  • Know when your appliances are broken
  • Have a friently energy usage competition


  • Communication protocol: Zigbee HA
  • General:
    • Dimensions: 115 x 35 x 70 mm
    • Colour: Black
  • Power supply:
    • Battery: 3 x AA alkaline batteries, exchangeable
    • Battery life: 2 years, updating every 5 seconds, at room temperature
  • RF Performance:
    • Sensitivity: -98 dBm
    • Output power: +8 dBm
  • Environment:
    • Operation temperature: -20 to +60°C
    • IP class: IP22
    • Relative humidity 5% - 85%, non condensing
  • Specifications meter reading:
    • By LED probe
  • Interfaces:
    • Hardware: Based on EN 13757-2
    • Software: Based on IEC 62056-7-5
  • Certifications: Conforming to CE, RoHS and REACH directives

Data sheet

Electric Consumption
Power Supply
Zigbee Version
Zigbee HA 1.2
View the trust certificate
  • For further information on the nature of the review controls, as well as the possibility of contacting the author of the review please consult our Transparency Charter.
  • No inducements have been provided for these reviews
  • Reviews are published and kept for a period of five years
  • Reviews can not be modified: If a customer wishes to modify their review then they can do so by contacting Verified Reviews directly to remove the existing review and publish an amended one
  • The reasons for deletion of reviews are available here.

5 /5

Based on 1 customer reviews

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Sort reviews by :

Anonymous customer published the 12/06/2021 following an order made on 31/05/2021


Reconnu sous Home Assistant avec ZHA sans souci. Juste un petit défaut : le niveau de charge des piles n'est pas disponible.

Did you find this helpful? Yes 0 No 0


A reset is necessary if you want to reconnect your electricity meter or if you need to perform a factory reset to remove abnormal behavior.


1. Open the device case.

2. Press and hold the Menu button until the LED flashes several times in quick succession, then release the button.

3. After a successful reset, the green LED will start flashing, indicating a network search.

Does this answer your question?
Yes (1)
No (0)
Sorry about that
How can we improve it?
Your feedback helps improve this answer for everyone.

1. Open the device case by pressing the button on the back of the monitor case and pulling the case upwards

2. Place the supplied AA batteries in the device, respecting the polarities.

3. The electricity meter will now start searching (up to 15 minutes) for a Zigbee network to join.

4. Make sure the Zigbee network on your hub is open to join devices and accepts the electricity meter interface.

5. While the electricity meter searches for a Zigbee network to join, the LED flashes green.

6. When the LED stops flashing, the electricity meter interface has successfully joined the Zigbee network.

Does this answer your question?
Yes (0)
No (0)
Sorry about that
How can we improve it?
Your feedback helps improve this answer for everyone.