With the cost of power ever increasing, knowing what you are using and when gives your the ability to reducing the cost, EMA shows you ...
With the cost of power ever increasing, knowing what you are using and when gives your the ability to reducing the cost, EMA shows you how.
EMA analyzes the NEM12 formatted data from the E1 and E2 registers, this must be provided by your retailer and / or distributor on request, the software calculates the total power that has been used, this is made up of, peak, off peak and controlled load, if you have solar generatiion, EMA will also import this data which comes from the B3 register of your meter. By reading these values, EMA calcultaes the cost of power based on the time slice charged at the applicable rate as indicated on the retailers bill.
EMA also takes into account any Off Peak Concession, Govenment rebates or any other discount or charges that may apply to come up with a final costing independant of the electricity retailers bill you received. Once the data has been analyzed, you are able to see the power usage in graph form, the graphs show the daily usage in half hour intervals for peak, off peak, controlled load, solar input if any and an amalgamation of the three types to show the total for the time slice.
EMA also shows you the total power used for a selected day, the daily cost and the average monthy over the whole period.
To help you to analyze your usage, EMA is also able to import weather data from the Bureau of Meteorology, this information is shown on the graph so that you can correlate the weather conditions with rain fall with that of your power usage on any particular day of the read cycle.
Having all this data available to you enables you to reduce cost without reducing total power consumption by smarter use of off peak power, for instance, all power consumption on week end's for some tariffs, is charged at the off peak rate so by using this knowledge you can reduce your power bills by simply running your washing machine on week ends or starting a load at 6.0 am before the peak period starts.
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