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'Watts Clever' EW4500 Energy Monitor Setup?

Semiconductor

Hello, I'm looking for some assistance on what info I should enter in the EW4500.

It has 3 Tariffs with FullWeek or WeekDay/End modes.

 

I'm confused on what details to punch in given my plan...

Peak $0.26
Tariff 33 Controlled Load $0.22
Supply charge $1
CL33 Supply Charge $0.03

 

Also is the meter impulse 1000 imp/kWh ?

 

Has anyone used on?

Thanks

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AGL Moderator

Hey Choco,

 

Thank you for getting in touch!

 

To clarify, your standard usage (TV, fridge, lights, etc) charges are recorded as your 'Peak' consumption at $0.26/kWh, and your hot water consumption is registered under the 'Controlled Load' register at $0.22/kWh. However, it may be worth your time double checking which data you need to enter with the manufacturer of this device. In addition to this, modern domestic electricity meters do have a meter impulse of 1000 imp/kWh.

 

Kind regards,

 

Jayden

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