How to Export to Excel from MyEyedro

How to Export to Excel from MyEyedro

export to excel csv from myeyedro

Your Energy Data – How to Export to Excel

 

Did you know? It is possible to easily export to Excel by following 3 easy steps:

After logging into MyEyedro:

  1. Click on the Gear (top right) → Click on Devices. Under DETAILS FOR: Home (or desired Display Group) → Click on Export.
  2. Simply choose the timeline of data you want (preselected or by date range), your data-type e.g. Daily and then → Click on Export.
  3. A CSV File will be created, and you will be able to view your data in a spreadsheet.

myeyedro csv export

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Eyedro Installation: Opening the Panel and Installing the Eyedro Sensors

Eyedro Installation: Opening the Panel and Installing the Eyedro Sensors

Eyedro Installation: Opening the Panel and Installing the Current Sensors

While we always recommend that you hire a licensed electrician to install your Eyedro sensors, many home owners opt to install their Eyedro system themselves.  Always shut down the power to your electrical panel first and proceed with utmost caution!

Once the power is shut off at your electrical panel you can remove the cover to expose the circuits.  Your Eyedro sensors can be clamped over any individual branch circuits that you would like to monitor, but most homeowners choose to clamp the sensors over the 2 main lines that feed their panel (and usually their entire home).

For more information and a video demonstration of this step: Eyedro Installation: Opening the Panel and Installing the Current Sensors

Once you choose the circuits that you want to monitor you will need to close the sensors.  To ensure accurate measurements the sensors must be shut securely.  Eyedro current sensors will almost always make an audible clicking sound when you snap them shut.  To close the sensor, gently push down and on an angle from the hinge until you hear the click.

Routing the Eyedro Current Sensor Cables Through a Panel Knockout

You will want to route the Eyedro sensor cables out through a knockout in your electrical panel.  Please install a bushing in the knockout to protect the wires from sharp metal edges:

electrical panel knock-out bushing

Electrical Panel Knock-out Bushing

Connect your sensor wires to the sensor ports on your Eyedro.

That’s it!  Now you are ready for the next step:

Connecting the Eyedro Gateway and Cables

Eyedro Announces Partnership with Zen Ecosystems

Eyedro Announces Partnership with Zen Ecosystems

Zen Ecosystems and Eyedro Partner on Technology Integration to Optimize Business Energy Use

Partnership to provide comprehensive smart energy management and monitoring capabilities

The full Business Wire article

April 12, 2018 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Zen Ecosystems and Eyedro Green Solutions Inc. today announced a partnership to integrate Eyedro’s near real-time electricity monitoring equipment and software with Zen Ecosystems’ intelligent commercial energy management platform, Zen HQ. This integration will offer current and future Zen HQ customers access to more detailed energy-related data for optimizing electricity use.

Eyedro’s easy-to-install hardware and MyEyedro cloud software package enables Zen HQ to collect and transmit data at the individual load level in five-minute intervals. Zen HQ will analyze the usage across building operations and deliver insights through comprehensive energy reports for building managers to enhance lighting, ventilation, cooling and other building operations. Eyedro is currently installed in more than 130 countries.

“Energy management is a complex arena, with countless opportunities for greater efficiency, but transparency is key,” said Zen Ecosystems CEO James McPhail. “Eyedro’s integration allows customers who are already saving with Zen HQ to monitor more and use actionable insights to make changes that improve their energy use, and ultimately, their bottom line.”

The first Zen Ecosystems and Eyedro-powered systems will be installed in multiple restaurant franchise locations as a part of a pilot program.

“Restaurant franchises have some of the slimmest margins in the business,” said Eyedro CEO Trevor Orton. “Diving deeper into new data streams with the Zen HQ and Eyedro integration will help businesses of all sizes identify energy drains. As we offer increasingly precise energy use data, we identify new opportunities to achieve electricity savings and support businesses’ bottom lines.”

Eyedro solutions will be offered in tiered packages and price points to all Zen HQ customers over the next six months, and a simple user interface will be added prior to the full roll-out. The integration is estimated to provide 10-30% in savings for sustainably-minded businesses. For more on the collaboration visit: www.zenecosystems.com

About Zen Ecosystems

Zen Ecosystems provides intelligent energy management solutions to businesses and consumers. Zen HQ is an energy management system designed for the unique needs of businesses and utilities to provide insights and control over multisite commercial energy usage while delivering the fastest payback in the market. The Zen Thermostat is a beautiful, simple connected device for home and business that also enables multi system operators to enhance the customer experience. Fast Company has recognized Zen Ecosystems as one of its “Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Energy” for 2018. Learn more at http://zenecosystems.com/

Contacts

Antenna Group for Zen Ecosystems
Laura Wetzel, +1 415-802-1363
zen@antennagroup.com

Eyedro Product Review: Eyedro Wireless Home Video Review

Eyedro Product Review: Eyedro Wireless Home Video Review

Eyedro Wireless Home Video Review

Eyedro Wireless Home video review by Eric DIY. Follow along with Eric as he installs his Eyedro from unboxing to installing in his electrical panel to an overview of the MyEyedro cloud software. He also demonstrates how Eyedro works with Amazon Echo.

Eric’s comments:

“Excellent Product.”

Using Eyedro with Amazon Echo:

“Gives you your energy usage at any moment’s notice.”

Watch Eric DIY’s Eyedro review here.

Eyedro Wireless Home video review

Eyedro Wireless Home Electricity Monitoring System video review

 

Eyedro Product Review: Fire Prevention

Eyedro Product Review: Fire Prevention

Eyedro Product Review: Fire Prevention

Eyedro product review – a fire prevention perspective from Matt, a NY firefighter.

This article is written in regards to my recent product review of the Eyedro EHWEM1 Wireless Home electricity monitor.

This is my 23rd  product I have reviewed for firefighters, and I was pleasantly surprised with the simplicity and ease of use with this product.

First, the customer service team was great to work with, and very knowledgeable of their product.

Second, the design of the monitor is simple, and that’s not a negative thing – this product is designed for actual use and it excelled at that. It’s often hidden away in an electrical panel and doesn’t necessarily need to be overly beautiful.

When I received the product in the mail it was packaged nice and neat. It was super easy to install; it’s literally two clicks of the actual monitors on your incoming electrical lines and you’re basically good to go. After you install, you simply sign up online and that’s it.

This unit is so sensitive and accurate that it can literally tell you when and where your electricity may be costing you money. While monitoring my own system I noticed I had a draw of electricity whenever my refrigerator would kick on, and found out the motor was going bad in my fridge. So I immediately saved money using the Eyedro unit.

What I am most impressed by is the ability to see what appliances draw too much power, not necessarily for electricity use, but for the possibility of a potential fire. That’s a great feature for firefighters not only in the field but at their own homes too!  For example, if a motor in my fridge is drawing too much power as it did, it allowed me to look into it closer and potentially avoid a fire if the motor got too hot from being overstressed.

Overall, I am impressed with the Eyedro EHWEM1 wireless monitor and will continue to use it in the future. It’s a simple product designed for the everyday person. I applaud the Eyedro Company for designing a product with the average person in mind. I would gladly recommend this product to my friends and family.

Is it time to do an audit on your home fire and safety preparedness?  Here are some home fire safety tips from the U.S. Fire Administration.