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MyEyedro User Guide v5

  1. Introduction
    1. Account Access
    2. Signing In
    3. Signing Out
    4. Help & Support
    5. MyEyedro Mobile
  2. Plugins
    1. Highlights
    2. Demand - Live
      1. Temperature Overlay
      2. Demand Alerts
        1. Demand Threshold Average
        2. Demand Threshold Continuous
        3. Demand Threshold Instantaneous
    3. Consumption
      1. Consumption Alerts
        1. Consumption Threshold
    4. Bills
    5. Reports
    6. Net Meter
    7. Compare
    8. Utility Dashboard
    9. Meter
    10. Asset Intelligence
  3. Tools
    1. Data Exporter
    2. Base Load
    3. Peak Load
    4. Unit Converter
    5. Cost Estimator
    6. Solar Calculator
  4. Configuration
    1. User Configuration
      1. Opening User Configuration
      2. Change Password
    2. Site Configuration
      1. Opening Site Configuration
      2. Add Site
      3. Edit Site
      4. Delete Site
      5. Share Site
        1. Un-Share Site
    3. Rate Configuration
      1. Opening Rate Configuration
      2. Bill Profiles
        1. Add Bill Profile
        2. Edit Bill Profile
        3. Delete Bill Profile
      3. Rate Profiles
        1. Add Rate Profile
        2. Edit Rate Profile
        3. Delete Rate Profile
        4. Fixed Price
        5. Tiered
        6. Time of Use
        7. Daily Tiered
        8. Tiered Time of Use
        9. Other Fees
    4. Device Configuration
      1. Opening Device Configuration
      2. Add Device
      3. Edit Device Settings
        1. Gateway Module
        2. Electricity Module
        3. Pulse Module
        4. Temperature Module
      4. Delete Device
      5. Updating Device Firmware
      6. Active/Inactive Alerts
    5. Display Group Configuration
      1. Opening Display Group Configuration
      2. Add Display Group
      3. Edit Display Group
      4. Delete Display Group
      5. Share Display Group
        1. Un-Share Display Group
      6. Configure Alerts
    6. Report Configuration
      1. Opening Report Configuration
      2. Add Report Profile
      3. Edit Report Profile
      4. Delete Report Profile
      5. Report Types
        1. Net Meter
        2. Usage and Cost
        3. Usage and Cost with Graph
        4. Usage Ranking (Premium)
        5. Renewable Generation Metrics (Premium)
        6. Renewable Generation Ranking (Premium)
        7. Asset Metrics (Pro)
        8. Asset Ranking (Pro)
        9. Device Settings (Pro)
        10. Device Uptime (Pro)
        11. New Users (Branded Site Admin)
        12. User Metrics (Branded Site Admin)
      6. Scheduled Reports
    7. Alert Configuration
      1. Opening Alert Configuration
      2. Edit Alert Options
    8. Asset Configuration
      1. Opening Asset Configuration
      2. Asset Profiles
        1. Add Asset Profile
        2. Edit Asset Profile
        3. Delete Asset Profile
      3. Assets
        1. Add Asset
        2. Edit Asset
        3. Delete Asset
  5. Integrated SmartApps Time of Use #

The Tiered Time of Use rate structure allows you to define specific rates depending  on how much electricity has been consumed  during what time of day.

Numbered example of Tiered Time of Use to match instructions.

  1. Click on the All Year Rates tab, if you have you rates separated by Season, then you will click on the Season you wish to work on first.
  2. The rates table displays the default values for creating a rate profile, double click on  a row to be able to edit it. The first thing you should do is change the label of the row, since there are multiple time bands per Tier, it is advisable to name the rows in such a way that you will be able to distinguish both the tier and time band by the name.

Numbered example of the numerous rows involved with the tiered time of use, as well as how to add/edit/delete rows properly

  1. Once you are happy with the label, the next fields to change are the bounds for the current tier, start with the From(kWh) column, and then the To(kWh) column of the tier currently being edited. This will update the From(kWh) and the To(kWh) of the same tier to match, and it will also update the other tiers so that there is no overlap in range defined by From(kWh) to To(kWh).
  2. With the kilowatt hour(kWh) bounds set, the next task is to set the time bands, this is the start of the time range to be used with the kilowatt hour values to identify what the cost of the kilowatt hour will be. Starting with the From column, we set the beginning of the time band, and then set the To column which is the end of this time band.
  3. The last column of the row is the Cost($/kWh), which is the price paid per kilowatt hour.
  4. These 4 buttons are how we deal with the data once you are finished with the changes.
    • The check mark with stores the values you have entered, as well as update other rows to prevent overlapp
    • The X button will discard the changes you have made.
    • The button with 2 arrows pointing at one another will reset the fields to the initial values displayed when you had double clicked on a field
    • The single circular arrow will reset the fields to the default values.
  5. Optional Should you need more tiers, start by selecting  you can click the “Add Tier” button, this will add one new tier row under the currently selected tier. you will need to then add more time bands as you need. if you have too many tiers, you can select one of the rows of that tier and use the Delete Tier button. CAUTION When deleting, a tier row will delete all rows that share that tier.
  6. Optional Should need another time band, stat by clicking the row you want the new row to come after. then Click the “Add Time Band” which will add a new row, that will add a new row under the currently selected row, and will auto populate the kilowatt hour to match the rest of the tier, and will change the time range to be between the previous and the following rows.
  7. Optional If you have selected to have the profile split by season, or have specific weekend rates, you can edit those as well, see Multiple Seasons.
  8. Optional If you have fees or charges to include, you can add them here, see Other Fees and Charges.
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