eGauge Installation

Covers topics related to the physical aspects of eGauge installation.

Submetering

The EG4xxx series meters are capable of monitoring up to 7 single-phase units (EG4015) or 15 sing...

Panel phasing and eGauge installation

Correct phasing (associating a CT with the correct voltage reference) is a critical component of ...

Extending the length of the CT leads

CTs may also be extended without splices or soldering using the eGauge Sensorhub as a CT extensio...

​Monitoring 480V and 600V delta systems

Never attempt to connect the eGauge directly to a 480V delta or 600V delta service using the "L...

Protecting the eGauge with inline fuses

As long as it is permitted by code, an inline fuse can be used to protect the eGauge. We suggest ...

Connecting directly to the eGauge

Overview The eGauge is most commonly accessed through the proxy server, using an address in the ...

Three-Phase installation tutorial

There are a number of considerations when installing an eGauge, including positioning of CTs, mou...

​Surges and overvoltage

The eGauge is rated for overvoltage CAT III, covering installation on main distribution panels. D...

Monitoring multiple services with one eGauge meter

Overview It's common to find sites with large stepdown transformers (e.g. to convert a 277/480V ...

Monitoring 347/600V Services

Overview The 347/600Vac wye service (347V phase to neutral, 600V phase to phase) is rarely seen ...

Sensor Hub and Sensors