Monitor Multiple circuits
with your engage platform
Multi-Circuit & Solar
Add this kit to your engage system to view multiple circuits. Ideal for installations that want to view solar and generation data separately or any home that needs to see the consumption of a different area
Access your energy data anytime, from anywhere.
Set a target consumption for the month and monitor your progress.
COST SO FAR
See how much you have spent so far today, this week, this month or from a date of your choice.
DEMAND & USAGE HISTORY
Check through the months to compare your usage/generation
Monitor the consumption of up to 5 circuits in your home
See how much your generating compared to consuming.
EASY TO UNDERSTAND
View all information through user friendly graphics
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Monitor individual circuits of the home or to monitor micro-generation
The Engage system is scalable to up to 5 Sub-metering Kits, so for every Engage Hub
you can connect up to 5 Energy Sub-metering Kits.
See in realtime your home electrical consumption/generation. The real-time energy updates every ten seconds and changes colour from blue (low usage), to orange (medium usage), to red (high usage).
Access to detailed daily load profile (chart) of your usage, solar production or addition circuits. You can scroll back in time to see previous days in detail.
View historical power consumption for your whole house, circuits and solar generation over hours, days, weeks, or months. Forms a very useful historical data log over time.
Monitoring solar generation circuits
If you already have an Engage Hub Kit, install the Sub-metering Kit to the PV inverter to monitor your solar generation. Clip the sensor to the feed cable returning from the solar inverter, connect it to the transmitter and add it on the Engage platform to see how much solar is being generated next to home consumption.
Monitoring extra circuits
Once an Engage Hub Kit has been installed, you can add up to 5 Sub-metering Kits to monitor individual circuits simultaneously. Clip the sensor to a live cable for a particular breaker in the electric board, for example a lighting circuit, the upstairs mains, heat pump, etc.