history_graph component will make the UI display a graph similar to the graphs in
more-info popups and the history panel. If you want to add history graphs to the Lovelace UI, please check the History Graph Card configuration as it slightly differs from the component.
To use this component in your installation, add the following to your
# Minimal configuration.yaml entry history_graph: gr1: entities: - light.ceiling.lights
(string)(Required)List of entities whose history to show as a graph.
(string)(Optional)Name to display.
Default value: ID
(integer)(Optional)Number of hours to show in the graph.
Default value: 24
(integer)(Optional)Number of seconds between graph refreshes. 0 to disable refreshing.
Default value: 0
# Full configuration.yaml entry history_graph: gr1: name: Lights Graph entities: - light.ceiling.lights - light.bed_light hours_to_show: 240 refresh: 60 gr2: name: Temperature entities: - sensor.outside_temperature - sensor.inside_temperature hours_to_show: 120 # refresh: 0
For sensors to automatically be combined into one graph they need to have exactly the same unit of measurement. This is important if you have, e.g., a unit-less temperature
state_topic MQTT sensor and you want to combine this with a weather sensor.
unit_of_measurement: of the MQTT sensor then needs to be set to