Up to 12 sensors are placed on circuits in your breaker panel and connect to the eGauge. These sensors are called current transformers.
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.
That's right! eGauge will be a part of this year's WEEC on Spetember, 27-28, bringing energy engineering ideas to life. Join us and check out our new eGauge Pro submeter and other energy monitoring tools.
eGauge will be attending SPI in Las Vegas on Spetember 10-13 to show you our new 30-port eGauge Pro metering hardware. Stop by for a free product demo and a glimpse at two future hardware models! We will be located at booth #2612.
Sharing knowledge about energy efficiency improves the advancement of the industry. Many federal agencies have great opportunities to improve energy efficiency, but they are not sure where to start. As such, we're attending the Energy Exchange conference on August 15-17th in Tampa, FL to share our knowledge about energy monitoring and how it can help quantify efficiency measures. We look forward to seeing you there!
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