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eGauge Professional Edition

eGauge Pro

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.

30 Current Sensor Inputs

3 Phase Voltage Connection

64 Measurement Registers

30 Year Data Logger

Voltage (3P, 277vac)

Measure voltage on split- or three-phase loads with any eGauge Pro on services up to 480/277Vac or 80Vdc.

 

Inputs:

L1, N, L2, L3

A/C Input Rating (50-60Hz):

L1: 85-277Vrms, Y: L-N, ∆: L-L

L2/L3: 0-277Vrms, Y: L-N, ∆: L-L

DC Input Rating:

9-60Vdc

Current (5-6900A)

eGauge Pro can accept a variety of CTs which gives you the ability to measure many circuits with a single meter.

Qty Inputs:

12 or 30 per meter

Input Range:

5A-6900A

CT Output type:

333mV

Accessing eGauge Data

We understand that installations occur in a wide range of environments causing networking requirements to fluctuate. The eGauge Pro uses two basic networking options: local network connections and Internet connections. Local connections keep data contained within the local area network, while Internet connections allow users to access their eGauge from off-site networks. For both options we have tested and approved various communication devices that simplify access to your eGauge device.

Local and Remote Network Communication Options

Using a direct Ethernet connection from the eGauge to a network source is the most reliable data connection method. This means running Ethernet cable from the eGauge device to a network source, such as a switch or router. We always recommend this method if it is a viable option.

WiFi has become the primary method of connecting IoT devices to the internet. As such, we’ve added WiFi functionality to the eGauge Pro. Keep in mind, metal enclosures don’t transmit wireless signals well, so check out our selection of polycarbonate enclosures when using WiFi.

 

A cellular connection can help circumvent tricky networking safeguards and streamline the initial setup process . We understand that network administrators work very hard to keep their businesses safe, but that means more work for you. Avoid the extra hassle and use a cellular modem to gain access to your energy data.

 

Bluetooth connectivity provides close range access to eGauge data. These connections do not require internet access, making them ideal for quickly accessing eGauge data and manipulating configurations while on site.

Hardware for Network Connections

Communication Modules

Utilizing the variety of communication options available for the eGauge Pro can require additional hardware. To ensure compatibility, we have tested a variety of communication modules that provide WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular connections. For cellular connections, we offer an inexpensive cellular plan with unlimited data in the US (contact sales for more info). Regardless of the hardware used, our powered enclosure kit (PEK) provides a convenient mounting solution for powering the eGauge Pro and any additional communication hardware.

 

To see more communication modules and other hardware accessories, check out our products page, here:

Graphical User Interface

The eGauge UI brings the powerful combination of an energy meter, data logger, and web server to your web browser. This unique combination allows users to access data by connecting directly to a device from a web browser on the local area network, or from an off site location via proxy server. Any of these connection options provide the same interface, complete with a strong feature set. Our developers work to constantly to improve the available functionality and tools, and upgrading an eGauge Pro to utilize these new features does not cost any extra. One tool that users find particularly useful is the interactive graph because you can combine and compare multiple data points, or adjust the view to focus on a specific area of interest. In addition to the graph, a user has access to monthly summaries, alerts, and more. Overall, the UI makes it possible to isolate, analyze, and understand raw data from the eGauge Pro. In essence, the UI converts data into useful information.

  • Free Lifetime Upgrades
  • No Cloud Subscription
  • No Software to Download
  • Local Network Access

Graphical View

The most accurate data in the world isn’t much use if it’s poorly presented. The eGauge UI presents a powerful and straightforward graph to visualize energy data. The graph 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.

Real-time Data

Most metering solutions are beginning to provide users with data in real-time. At eGauge, we’ve been providing this feature since 2008. Not only is the eGauge Pro ahead of the curve, it’s leading the industry with second by second graphical updates. This feature is so precise it lets you see the result of powering a single LED light bulb as soon as you flip the switch. For advanced users, tackling voltage imbalances and harmonic distortion requires second by second speed. The eGauge Pro eliminates the need to review highly granular power data at a later time, and allows users to view the information as changes are taking place.

Spreadsheet Export

Energy enthusiasts often want to use data in new and interesting ways. To help promote this innovation we include the ability to export CSV formatted spreadsheets, which are widely supported by operating systems and spreadsheet programs. We’ve seen exports used for bill generation, energy reports, or even fed into a secondary database where the data was used to quickly perform advanced data calculations. CSV exports are perfect for users looking to take full advantage of fine granularity eGauge data.

Alerts

Energy utilization is more complicated than ever, and energy professionals work hard to prevent loss from unexpected failures. For example, commercial equipment, such as refrigeration, needs to be monitored at all times because collapse of that system can mean loss of capital and unhappy stakeholders. However, tools like the eGauge Pro can help energy professionals prevent these losses by monitoring for unexpected activity and sending alerts via text message and email. This way, professionals can expand their services instead of babysitting troublesome equipment.

XML API

As energy costs increase, there are more and more ways to measure and analyze energy data. For example, integrating weather data can help better understand air conditioning habits (a huge contributor to energy costs). In our effort to provide every tool possible we offer third party developers access to our XML API at no cost. By doing so, we hope to expand the energy data toolset available to eGauge customers.

Questions about the User Interface?
Our sales team is here to help!

Phone: +61416188490
Email:
info@energyautomation.com.au