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Real-time User Interface
ANSI C12.20 Revenue Grade Accuracy Compliant | Renewable Energy Measurements Come Standard | Measure AC or DC Power with One Meter | Monitor Hundreds of Meters with the eGuard Portfolio Manager | Connect up to 30 Current Transformers | Meters Have Device Lifetime Data Logger | CSV Exports | Published XML API
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Flexible Networking Options
HomePlug AV (PLC)
Supported Data Protocols
The eGauge Hardware
Meter | Data Logger | Server
Each eGauge unit combines an energy meter, data logger, and a web server. This powerful combination lets you measure, store and retrieve data directly from the device or from a remote location. Not only does it calculate power (V, A, VAr, kWh, etc), but also data from optional sensors that assess flow rate, temperature, wind speed, and more. You can view historical and live data for up to 30 years with the unit’s convenient user interface (UI). The UI can be accessed on a local network or via the internet from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. Once connected, you have access to real-time values, long-term reports, an interactive graphical interface, and many other tools. The best part is that you pay nothing for the user interface because you retrieve data directly from your own eGauge hardware, not a cloud or 3rd party host.
Revenue Grade Accuracy (ANSI C12.20 – 0.5% and C12.1 – 1%)
0-6900 Max Amperage per Channel
15 to 30 Channels
Renewable Energy + Energy Usage
Data | Graphics | Alerts
The eGauge UI presents a powerful and straightforward graph to visualize energy data. The graphical view is highly customizable and can be set to display (or hide) any number of monitoring points. The monitoring points are shown with user defined time periods so it’s easy to analyze data ranging from minutes to months, or even years. Users can create custom views which present data that is formatted for a particular need and removes irrelevant information. The graph is a staple of the UI because it can present highly granular data in an understandable way.
Data Updates Every Second
Energy Production vs Energy Usage
Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Summaries
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How Does the eGauge Work?
Up to 30 sensors, called current transformers (CTs), are placed on circuits in your breaker panel. These sensors measure the current flowing through the wires connected to each circuit breaker.
The eGauge reads current transformers several thousand times per second, calculates power, stores that data, and creates a user interface to display the information.
The user interface is a webpage, so there's no additional software to install or download.