Warning: Every time the settings are saved by clicking "Save", eGauge may need to reboot, which means about a minute of data-recording will be missed.
Warning: Changing the network settings is dangerous and every time you "Save" the network settings, eGauge needs to reboot, which means about a minute of data-recording will be missed.
Do not change Hostname unless you're absolutely sure you know what you're doing.
Note: This page displays the HomePlug devices that are visible to the eGauge device and the speed at which they can communicate with each other. The speed is updated automatically every 10 seconds. Warning: This page can be used to establish a new password that protects the privacy of the HomePlug communication. To do this, you need to enter the Device-ID of each device that you want to set the new password for. This list must include the HomePlug adapter through which eGauge connects to the LAN. Otherwise, it will not be possible to connect to eGauge anymore! For details, please see here.
MAC address: Vendor: Mbps: Device-ID [?]:
New encryption password: Show password in clear text.
This page can be used to turn on/off BACnet support and to configure related parameters. BACnet is a data communication protocol for Building Automation and Control Networks that is commonly used in commercial environments.
The BACnet support in eGauge makes it possible to read the current (second-by-second) measurements. For example, for each register and total, it is possible to read the current real power (in Watts), current meter reading (in kWh), and apparent power (in VA). It is also possible to read other raw data, such as line frequency (in Hertz), RMS current measured by each CT, and the RMS voltages measured on the voltage taps.
Warning: Changing these settings can adversely affect the operation of the device.
Warning: When eGauge is connected to the Internet, it should pick up the correct time automatically from ntp.org. Without Internet-connectivity it may be necessary to correct the date and time occasionally.
Even after all this time, the Sun never says to the Earth "you owe me" --- Hafiz, Persian Poet of the 1300s