Aeon Labs Energy Meter

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Aeon Labs Energy Meter

The Aeon Labs Smart Energy Monitor is a low-cost energy monitor for the entire home. It can wirelessly report immediate wattage and kWh usage to central control point gateways such as the 4HomeMedia CP and can be easily and safely installed by anyone.

Ease and safety are paramount: Electricians are not required to install the Aeon Labs Smart Energy Monitor; the customer never needs to handle hot exposed wiring. Current transformer clamps clamp around the AC Mains to detect energy usage for the entire house. The main body is anchored using a back mount which opens to easily for battery replacement every 1 years.

Configuration

Parameter Number Definitions(8 bit)

Parameter 1

Voltage to calculate wattage from amperage. Values represent voltage.

Defaults:

120(country:US)
240(country:EU,ANZ)

Size: 2

Parameter 20

This byte denotes whether the product is using batteries (value == 0) or using USB power (value == 1).

Size: 1

Parameter 100

Reset to default parameters number 101-103. Any value other than 0 will initiate this reset.

Size: 4

Parameter 101

Which reports need to send in group1

Size: 4

Parameter 102

Which reports need to send in group2

Size: 4

Parameter 103

Which reports need to send in group3

Size: 4

Parameter 110

Reset to default parameters number 111-113. Any value other than 0 will initiate this reset.

Size: 4

Parameter 111

The interval of sending report group 1(seconds) Default:

720

Size: 4

Parameter 112

The interval of sending report group 2(seconds) Default:

720

Size: 4

Parameter 113

The interval of sending report group 3(seconds) Default:

720

Size: 4

Parameter 255

Reset to the default Configuration

Size: 4

Configuration Flags for parameters 101-103

Bytes 1-3 are reserved

Byte 4 (LSB):

Bit 2: Send Meter REPORT (for wattage) at the group time interval

Bit 1: Send Multilevel Sensor REPORT (for wattage) at the group time interval

Bit 0: Send Battery REPORT at the group time interval