When you first log into the Energy Manager's local web utility, you will land on the Dashboard page.
|1||This is the main navigation bar of the Energy Manager's local web utility. There are 5 main pages in the local web utility: Dashboard, Trends, Home Area Network, Setup and Admin.|
|2||The clock on the Energy Manager will be displayed here. It should match the same clock as your computer. Please ensure the time is correctly displayed here.|
|3||The Energy Manager automatically gathers external weather data once it is connected to the Internet. It may take a few seconds when you first log in before the current external weather data will be displayed. If the Energy Manager is not connected to the Internet, no data will be displayed here.|
|4||System detail information such as hardware version, firmware version, and how long the Energy Manager has been online is displayed here.|
|5||Any and all alerts from the Energy Manager will be displayed here.|
|6||These three gauges display current energy usage information and current energy generation informaiton.|
|7||Displays energy usage data for the current day in the form of graph column and meter column. (A day’s duration is from 0:00 Midnight to 11:59pm of that date.).|
|8||Provides a summary of your power usage, costs and environmental impact in terms of calculated carbon emissions due to energy usage for the current billing period. You can choose a broad overview (default view) of total usage and cost information, or you can view a summaries based on only the circuits that are being monitored, on the Panel Meter, on a sum of the Appliance Modules, or on a sum of the ZigBee Appliance Modules. Clicking on any of these choices in the top row will bring up summaries for each of these.|
|9||Provides a snapshot summary of your Home Area Network setup detailing which device is online and which device is offline.|
NOTE: The Wattage, kWh and Net-Metering gauges shows the information from the Panel Meters. It shows the wattage for Circuit Meter when no Panel Meter in the network. It shows the wattage for Appliance Modules when no Panel Meter and/ or Circuit Meter in the network.
The Trends page displays an historical overview of your energy usage trends from the date the gateway was installed. in terms of kWh, kVARh, pf, Volts, Amps, Cost, and calculated equivalents for Carbon Dioxide emissions and Miles Driven.
|1||This displays your Energy Usage Overview in the form of graph column. You can view your usage broken down by year, by month, by week, by day or even by hour in graph column. You can view your usage broken down in the form of line graph, bar graph and area graph.
You can also view your energy usage in terms of kWh, kVARh, pf, Volts, Amps, Cost, and even calculated equivalents for Carbon Dioxide emissions, Miles Driven. You can also view the Temperature and Humidity information in the graph column when the Humidity & Temperature sensor is in the network.
|2||This displays the energy usage percentage by phrase, by circuit and by appliance in the form of bar graph. You can view energy usage percentage by year, by month, by week and by day. You can also view your energy usage percentage in terms of kWh, kVARh, pf, Volts, Amps, Cost, and even calculated equivalents for Carbon Dioxide emissions, Miles Driven.|
|3||This displays an historical overview of your energy usage for Panel Meter in the form of bar graph. You can view energy usage percentage in terms of kWh, Cost, and even calculated equivalents for Carbon Dioxide emissions, Miles Driven.|
|4||This displays an historical overview of your energy usage by zones in the form of bar graph. You can view energy usage percentage in terms of kWh, Cost, and even calculated equivalents for Carbon Dioxide emissions, Miles Driven.|
Home Area Network Page
The Home Area Network page displays the list of devices connected to the Energy Manager, its current status, and provides an interface to control appliances manually or policy-based control.
|1||There are 5 tabs under the Home Area Network tab. The Network tab list out all devices connected to the Energy Manager and its current status. The Control tab provides an interface to manually turn on/off any controllable devices on the network. The Scene tab allow you to group control of any controllable devices. The Events tab allow you to configure condition-based or otherwise known as policy-based control.|
|2||When any device connects to the Energy Manager, you will need to authenticate it onto the JIM system to be managed through this Energy Manager.|
|3||This allow you to configure settings onto any connected device such as Device Name, port name, CT ratio, etc.|
The Setup page allows you to configure time on the Energy Manager and configure HomePlug and ZigBee settings.
The Administration section provides access to set a personalized password to the local utility of the Energy Manager. You can also download logs, upgrade firmware and restore to the Energy Manager's factory default settings.