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|Dugar||12:16pm on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010|
|I bought a Nvidia GTX 295 (huge mistake) along with this monitor. Monitor is clear and has good contract ratio. Very bright had to cut it down quite a bit with the controls.|
|karelc||4:40am on Sunday, August 29th, 2010|
|Good TFT matrix, cheap components This monitor has good graphics perfomance as brightness/contrast/speed and quite a big dot pitch 0.|
|strombrg||5:41pm on Saturday, June 12th, 2010|
|When I first set up the monitors out of the box the brightness was at a 98 setting on both. led dosent change when the monitor is asleep. nice basic monitor good contrast ratio didnt come with a dvi cable|
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Energy metering and monitoring are at the heart of energy management: you need the information to tell where and when youre saving money. The e2 wireless electricity monitor shows the amount of energy that a household is consuming at the time the display is read. The display can also give the user a reading showing usage in financial terms. You can walk around the home with your display device, switching appliances on and off, to see the diffrence that each one makes. Ask George If you have any questions about using your efergy monitor or if youd like further advice on monitoring electricity at home, please feel free to contact us, or visit the website for up to date information, downloads and frequently asked questions. Email your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org Tech questions: email@example.com We aim to answer all your emails within 48 hours. Efergy Customer Service. T +44 (0) 769
IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU OBSERVE SOME SIMPLE PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT. When installing the efergy monitor you should find that everything is relatively straightforward. However, there are a number of important health and safety issues which you need to be aware of. Please read and act upon the important information on the following pages. Remember the device is not intrusive and does not require rewiring. In some countries (i.e Australia) the live cable can only be accessed by a qualified electrician. If you notice anything unusual about the electricity supply such as loose wires, exposed cabling, burn marks, holes in the insulating materials or damage to the meter, stop immediately and report the findings to your supply company. Do not force or bend the cables at any point during installation. If you are worried or have any concerns about the installation, please contact a qualified electrician immediately. The user does not need to remove the sensor through the working life of the unit. Battery changes are performed on the transmitter and on the display. There are no batteries to change in the sensor.
IN THE BOX
Your e2 Pack contains the following elements 1 x Sensor 1 x Transmitter 1 x Display Unit You will need to attach the sensor to the live feed cable which connects the meter to the consumer unit. Any power you use in your home will pass through this cable. The clip on sensor acts as a current sensor, and relays the amount of current being drawn in the home to the transmitter. From there it is sent wirelessly to the monitor display unit, which shows how much power is being consumed. It also includes -1 x USB cable -1 x Energy saving guide -1 x elink software -1 x Instruction manual for the monitor -1 x Instructions manual for the software Sensor Transmitter
FIND THE FEED CABLE
The e2 monitor is installed by clipping the sensor around the feed cable of your electricity meter. Locate Your Electricity Meter Locate your electricity meter and determine its type. You can normally find this on an outside wall, in the garage, basement or utility room. If you live in a flat, it can often be found outside your front door, in the communal stair case, or in the basement. Ensure there is enough of accessible cable coming from the bottom of your electricity meter. Modern office blocks and apartments may have safety panels to protect wires entering the meter. It is recommended that professional electricians be contacted where this is the case. Find The Feed Cable You should find four cables exiting the meter. The feed cable (Cable 4) is the live cable exiting from the meter to the fuse box. Connect the sensor to Cable 4 (Cable 4 will generally be on the right hand end of the meter, see Diagram 1). Some installations will have Cable 1 and Cable 2 covered, or partially covered to prevent any tampering with the supply (see Diagram 2). Attach the sensor to Cable 4 (far right cable). 1 Diagram 1 Dual Tariff meters (Diagram 3) will often have an auxiliary cable running between Cable 3 and Cable 4. Auxiliary cables will be smaller in diameter than the feed cables, and will run into an adjoining metering device. Newer installations will normally have two cables exiting from the bottom of the meter. One is the earth cable, the other the live feed cable. The sensor should be clipped around the live feed cable (this is normally brown coloured). Diagram 3
4 Diagram 2
Auxiliary Cable If you have a three phase supply, or economy 7 meter, then you may require SAFETY additional sensors. These can be simply UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD plugged into the additional sockets at YOU TRY TO ATTACH THE SENSOR IF the base of the transmitter. Please THERE IS ANY DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRIC contact your supplier for additional METER CABLES. NO CABLES NEED TO sensors. BE CUT. DO NOT CUT ANY CABLES. CONTACT YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICITY SUPPLIER IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNS ABOUT CLIPPING THE SENSOR ONTO THE CORRECT CABLE.
1. Fit The Sensor The sensor needs to be fitted to the live feed cable. Sensors are suitable for cables up to 12mm in diameter. You should not force the cable to fit. The sensor should fit loosely around the cable and there should be no packing used.
LINKING TRANSMITTER AND DISPLAY
1. Ensure three AA batteries are inserted in the transmitter and three AAA batteries inserted in the display unit. 2. Push the Link Button on the reverse of the display unit for 2 or 3 seconds. The transmission signal symbol will flash for one minute. 3. While the transmission signal in the display flashes push the Learn Button in the transmitter and wait until the transmission signal symbol becomes solid. Note: The default value for the transmission frequency is six seconds. This means the transmitter is sending information every six seconds. You can change the frequency from 6s (red flashing light) to 12s (orange flashing light) and to 18s (green light) pushing and holding the transmitter button. Link Button If the LINK is COMPLETED you will see the transmission signal
1. Push the release cap to open the sensor.
2. Select the correct feed cable, then place the feed cable into the top of the sensor.
3. Close the sensor. The sensor is secure when a click is heard.
transmission signal If the LINK is NOT COMPLETED you will see dashes on the display
2. Plug The Sensor Cable Into The Transmitter Insert the jack on the end of the white wire into any of the three input sockets on the transmitter. The clip-on sensor acts as a current sensor and relays the current being drawn into the home to the transmitter. If your cables are too big for the sensor you can order XL-sensors at www.efergy.com Learn Button
SETTING TIME AND DATE
The efergy monitor needs to know the time and date in order to provide you with the correct information. Set the time and date as follows: hold for 2 seconds STEP 1 On the reverse of the display you will find the Time Button. Press and hold for two seconds. Time set up will flash in the display. STEP 2 Set the hour to the correct time by using UP and Down Buttons. Press Mode Button once to save the hours. Repeat for minutes, using the Mode Button to confirm. STEP 3 Set the date by using the Up and Down Buttons. Press Mode Button to confirm and move to month set up. Repeat the process to set the year. Once the correct time and date have been set, push Date Button to save and exit.
The efergy monitor needs to know unit cost per kWh charged by your electricity supplier, along with voltage and alarm settings. The following four steps will move through each of these settings. If you have a dual or multiple rates meter, please see overleaf. Press and hold down Mode Button for two seconds, this will enable you to enter the setting mode.
Step 1. Voltage Press and hold Mode Button for two seconds. Default voltage is set at 240V. Use Up and Down Buttons to change the voltage. Press Mode Button to save your setting and move into currency selection setting. step 2. Currency Selection Select the currency using Up and Down Buttons. Default currency will be. Push Mode Button to confirm and to move onto tariff selection set up. Note: 20 seconds of inactivity in setting mode will return the unit to normal display mode without saving changes.
hold for 2 seconds
date button to exit
Step 3. Single Tariff Set Up On release you will see the symbol TARIFF 1 flash. If you are charged one single tariff push Mode Button to confirm. If you have dual tariff rate, please see the following page. Throughout the set-up process, push Date Button at any time, your settings will be saved & you will exit the function setting mode. Step 4. Electricity Cost Default cost is set at 14p/kWh. This is the average price per kWh electricity that suppliers charge in the UK. Use Up and Down Buttons to change the cost per kWh. Press Mode Button to save your setting and to move onto alarm setting. Step 5. Carbon Emissions Ratio Now set your cabon emissions ratio. This value can be increased or decreased using Up and Down. Press the Mode Button to store the value. The European average is 0.50 kg.CO2/kWh, this is the default value. Step 6. Alarm Default Alarm is set at 5kW. If the alarm function is switched on, and you are using more than 5kW, the alarm will sound. This value can be decreased or increased using UP and Down Buttons. Press Mode Button to store the value. Press Date Button to exit the function setting mode. To activate and deactivate the Alarm at any time push Alarm Button on the reverse of the display.
DUAL TARIFF MODE
If you have a dual or multiple tariff rate meter you may want to set-up the dual tariff function. Step 1. Activation Of Dual/Multiple Tariff Press and hold Mode Button for two seconds. On release you will see the voltage setting flash. Press Mode twice and you will move onto the tariff selection setting. Now you will see the symbol TARIFF 1 flash. Press Up or Down Buttons to select dual or multiple tariff set up (you can select up to 4 tariffs). Push Mode Button to confirm. Now you have to set START and END time periods for each tariff. Step 2. Set Start & End Time For Tariff 1 Set the start time for TARIFF 1 first using Up or Down Buttons. Set the hours and press Mode Button to save and move to minute set up. Set minutes using Up or Down and pushing Mode Button to confirm. Repeat the process for third and fourth tariffs if you have multiple tariff settings. You will always set one period of settings less than the number of tariffs you have selected as the remaining period will be saved automatically.
HOW TO CHANGE FUNCTIONS
Step 3. Electricity Costs - Tariff 1 Use Up and Down Buttons to input the cost per kWh. Press Mode Button to save your setting. Tariff 2 set up will flash. Step 4. Electricity Costs - Tariff 2 Use Up and Down Buttons to input the cost per kWh. Press Mode Button to save your setting. Step 5. Electricity Costs - Tariff 3 & 4 Use Up and Down Buttons to input the cost per kWh. Press Mode Button to save your setting. Repeat the process for tariff 4.
Time Time period Date
Function Button: Press the top Function Button to change the information displayed from instant to average and to history.
Example: If you are on an economy-7 tariff which starts at 1am and finishes at 8am, set start time at 01:00 and end time at 08:00. Push the Mode Button to confirm. Select the currency and set the cost per kWh you pay for each tariff, approx 5p/kWh and 12p/kWh for night and day time rates respectively.
Instant The display unit shows instant power (kW), estimated electricity costs per hour (/hour) and carbon emissions per hour (kg.CO2/hour).
Average The information shown is the average calculated since the monitor was switched on for the first time. It shows daily, weekly and monthly average consumption in kWh, and kg.CO2.
History In this mode the monitor shows consumption of the last 7 days, last 7 weeks and last 24 months in kWh, and kg.CO2.
HOW TO CHANGE MODES
Mode Button: Press MODE button to change the unit displayed
HOW TO CHANGE THE DATE
Date Button: Press Date Button to change from daily, to weekly and to monthly data. Day Week Month
Power Shows the power of your whole house at any instant, in kW. Energy At average and history modes the display shows energy consumption, in kWh.
Cost Per Hour Estimates the electricity cost of your home at that current moment in time, in /hour.
Carbon Emissions Estimates the indirect carbon footprint for electricity consumption at that current moment in time, in kg.CO2/hour.
Up and Down Buttons: During history mode the Up and Down Buttons are used to scroll between date, weeks and months.
If I remove the batteries will I lose the information on the display? If you need to change or remove the batteries, the display has an internal memory, so information stored on the display will not be lost. How do I reset the display (clear the data and start again)? Press Mode and Date Buttons simultaneously and hold for two seconds clr will be displayed on the screen. How far does the device transmit? Transmitters work up to around 40 meters within the home. The 433MHz range is well suited for in home use. This can cover three floors, and also well suited to buildings where meters are outside the main building. I have three dashes (- - -) showing on the display. What does this mean? Move the display closer to the transmitter and press the Link Button. If the dashes remain on the display this would indicate the transmitter and receiver are not communicating. Please contact efergy Customer Service to help locate the problem. Backlight appears to work sometimes, and not other times. Is my display broken? No. The backlight is on a timer to save battery life. The display should work at darker periods of the day, when any buttons are pressed. For more information about the e2 and the elink software, go to www.efergy.com
Model Name/Number: efergy e2 1.0 Frequency: 433.52MHz Transmission Time: 6s. 12s. o 18s. Transmission Range: 40m-70m Voltage Range (in the sensor): 110V-400V Measuring Current: 50mA-95A Accuracy: >90% The LED backlight will be activated from 18:00Hrs to 6:00Hrs. Carbon ratio: 0,50 kg. CO2 / kWh
The efergy e2 Whole House Energy Monitor
Independent studies have proven that homes equipped with an energy monitoring system save up to 20% on their utility bill through greater awareness and energy management when compared to homes not equipped with an energy monitoring system. Technical Specifications Sensor Voltage Range: Sensor Current Range: Transmission Time: Transmission Range: Frequency: System Power: 110 - 600 volts 50ma - 200 amps. 10,15, or 20 sec. 230 - 328 Feet. 433 Mhz. 3 AAA 3 AA
Efergy e2 Energy Monitoring System Features
- simple to install, easy to use - wireless connectivity (view usage on the monitor anywhere in your home) - view instant usage, (cost with time of use) and historical usage - insulated clamp on current measuring sensors (no wiring connections) - energy consumption reading updates usage every 10 seconds - large easy to read digital display - turn things on and off to see how much they consume - know the baseline value for your home (see if something has been left on) - operates separately and independently of the utility meter - reliable proven technology - user programmable tariff settings - identify problem and phantom loads - included software allows you to examine usage trends on a computer - view individual loads or whole house data - approved by regulatory authorities including ETL and Industry Canada - includes energy saving guide, management software, & batteries
Daily Usage - Two Week View
7 Day Curve - By the Hour
Daily - By the Hour
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