MyEyedro User Guide v5
The Highlights plugin displays convenient at-a-glance summaries of electrical consumption and estimated costs for all sensors of a specified Display Group.
|Field||How It’s Used|
|Hourly Graph||The hourly cost/consumption for all sensors. Hovering your mouse over the orange line graph shows a rolling 4 week average for comparison purposes.|
|Billing Summary||Displays billing summary data, including:|
|Current Demand Gauge||The total electrical demand at the current time, as the demand goes up, the dial will rotate around the gauge so you can see at a glance if your demand is where you expect it.|
|Today’s Total||The total consumption so far, along with a projected amount for how much consumption there will be at the current pace.|
|Today’s Projection||The projected cost/consumption of your electricity for today.|
|Current Rate||The current price you are being charged per kilowatt hour (kWh), based on currently active Rate Structure.|
|Current Demand Summary||The minimum and maximum electricity demand measured today since midnight.|
NOTE: If displaying data as cost, the demand is multiplied by the current billing rate to determine instantaneous cost.
Additional Display Options
- Optional if you do not see this panel on the right side of the screen, you will have to click this grey cog to expand it, and the refresh button beside it will refresh the plugin.
- Specify which Display Group data should be displayed for by selecting the appropriate Display Group from the “Display data for” dropdown menu.
- Click on the More Options menu to customize your plugin settings.
- Specify whether the Highlights plugin should display Cost ($) information or Consumption (kWh) information.
- Specify which graphic should be used for projection (ex. House, Car).
- Specify whether the Current Demand Summary gauge should use the current day’s Daily Max Demand as its maximum value. If unchecked, you can specify a custom maximum value (in watts) for the gauge.
- Customize the colours used in the Current Demand Summary By default, colours on the gauge represent demand from 0W (green) to the maximum value (red) in 20% increments.
- Tells the plugin to ignore the minimum demand if it isn’t higher than 0.
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