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Hardware sold by eGauge Systems.
AC Rope CTs (Rogowski Coil)
Visit the online store page Rope CTs (technically called Rogowski Coils) are large, flexible sensors for monitoring current like split-core CTs. Rope CTs are installed similar to standard split-core CTs, where a connector on the rope allows it to be opened a...
EG4xxx meters (Core and Pro) documentation
WiFi, Cellular, and other Networking
Basic concepts and eGuard usage
HomePlug power-line communication
All about HomePlug power-line communication
eGauge has a free XML-format API for requesting data
eGauge meters can read and output Modbus RTU and TCP
12 Volt Power Supply
Visit the online store page SKU: PSU12V The 12 Volt Power supply is a standard power supply to convert 100-240VAC @ 0.5A (50/60Hz) to +12VDC @ 1A used to power the BF430 RS485-to-Ethernet adapter, CR-Magnetics DC CTs and other powered devices. May be used o...
eGauge CT Extension Kit
The eGauge CT Extension Kit (ESH044) allows up to four CTs to be connected to an eGauge located within 100'/33m of the CT Extension Kit. The CT Extension Kit is designed to be installed in a separate junction box outside the breaker panel, and requires an Ethe...
Meter Accuracy Certificate
Visit the online store page The eGauge Meter Accuracy Certificate may be purchased with an eGauge meter to show the test conditions and results of the specific eGauge meter hardware. This document provides compliance of ANSI C12.20 0.5% revenue grade accurac...
Meter: eGauge Pro (HomePlug, discontinued)
Model: EG4130 The EG4130 has been discontinued and replaced with the EG4030. If HomePlug communication on a Pro meter is needed, a HomePlug adapter may be connected to the Ethernet port of the EG4030. The eGauge Pro (EG4130) is the Pro version of the EG4xxx ...
AC Split-Core CTs (J&D)
Visit the online store page AC split-core CTs measures the amperage of a conductor on an AC (alternating current) system. Combined with voltage measurements, this allows calculation of power and energy values. AC CTs provided by eGauge are split-core, meanin...
DC (Direct Current) CTs
Visit the online store page DC CTs measure Direct Current, as opposed to Alternating Current like standard split-core CTs monitor. Direct Current CTs are available in both split-core and solid-core versions. The DC CTs currently offered are Hall Effect st...
Current Transformers (CTs)
eGauge Support Library
Welcome to the eGauge Support Library! Here, you will find all sorts of information related to the eGauge meter hardware, eGauge software, other eGauge products, and supported third party hardware. This is our new Support Library KB. If you're looking for our...
What do the different colors on the Status LED mean?
EG4xxx hardware features an LCD screen - as such, there is no status LED and the information below does not apply to EG4xxx hardware. Please see the LCD guide for more information when using an EG4xxx meter. eGauge2 and EG30xx hardware features a front-mounte...
What do the different LEDs on the HomePlug adapter mean?
EG4xxx and EG30xx meters can function with a wide variety of HomePlug AV compliant powerline communication adapters. Some officially supported adapters and their LED keys are shown below. TRENDnet HomePlug AV (TPL-406E2K) LED Function Typical Beh...
How do I export data to a spreadsheet?
It is possible to export data from the eGauge directly into a spreadsheet file. This file is in the CSV format, which is compatible with most common spreadsheet software. Note that certain software may attempt to truncate rows, which can lead to cells filled w...
How do I pair the eGauge with a HomePlug adapter?
Overview By default all HomePlug-compliant PLC devices use the same encryption key - this means that, out of the box, any HomePlug-compliant device should be able to connect to any other HomePlug-compliant device without any adjustments. However, if there are...
Where can I find my device name?
Each eGauge meter has a unique device name (also referred to as hostname) that identifies the meter to the egauge.net proxy server. You will need this name to access your eGauge via the proxy server. The device name is also required when requesting technical s...
Where do I find the MAC address for my device?
Every eGauge meter has at least one MAC address. The MAC address can be used to identify the meter on a local network. It may also be requested by technical support staff to establish proof of ownership. Broadly speaking, there are two ways to obtain the MAC ...
What can I do if I've lost my device password?
First, make sure you are accessing the eGauge correctly. By default, the factory credentials on the eGauge can only be used from a computer connected to the same network as the eGauge and after clicking on the LAN Access button in the top right corner of the m...
How do I power cycle the eGauge?
"Power Cycling" means to briefly remove power from the eGauge in order to cause a hard reboot. No stored data is lost when performing a power cycle. Power cycling is most often done in situations where the eGauge webserver interface is not responding. However,...
How do I perform a backup and restore of the eGauge data?
The eGauge meter has the ability to back up data recorded on the device, and restore it to any eGauge meter with the same register configuration. This includes eGauge meters from different hardware revisions - for example, a backup file from EG30xx hardware ca...
Why do I see negative generation overnight?
Inverters require power to function, even in standby mode. When there is no production (for example, during the night or when panels are covered with snow) this power is drawn from the utility. Thus, inverters will show negative generation (actually inverter c...
What is proof of ownership, and why do I need to provide it?
eGauge meters may be registered to a specific individual or company, or they may be unregistered. In either case, when a request is made for a password reset, configuration change, or group change, proof of ownership may be required. Proof of ownership general...
Legacy Meters (EG3xxx, eGauge2)
Older models, EG3xxx and eGauge2
Environmental, Analog and Other Sensors
eGauge Software and Configuration
All about the eGauge Meter and other eGauge Software.
Other Hardware Documentation
Documentation related to other eGauge and third party hardware
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs for YOU
eGauge Hardware Product Pages
Product Landing Pages for eGauge meters and related accessories.
Frequently asked questions regarding general topics.
Frequently asked questions regarding device connectivity issues.
Frequently asked questions regarding meter configuration issues.
Frequently asked questions involving meter troubleshooting.
eGauge Meter UI
Topics related to the eGauge user interface.
eGauge Meter Configuration
Topics related to configuring the eGauge meter. This is essential for proper meter operation!
Advanced eGauge Operation
Covers advanced operations, such as working with Alerts and other advanced software features
eGauge Meter Communication
Covers meter communication options, including Modbus TCP/RTU, BACnet, and remote eGauge meters.
Covers topics related to the physical aspects of eGauge installation.
Other Questions and Information
Short articles, other un-categorized information
eGauge Meter Documentation
Documents and Information about eGauge Meters
Connectors and cables
Connectors and cables which connect directly to the eGauge meter.
CT FAQs and other information
All about CTs
eGuard Portfolio Manager
Information pertaining to the online eGuard Portfolio Manager
Meter accessories sold by eGauge Systems.
eGauge meter hardware.
Accessories that provide allow the eGauge to communicate with another device (includes networking hardware, RS485 serial adapters, and similar).
Configuration steps that must be performed after installation!
Advanced meter configuration (above and beyond monitoring real power).
All about calculations
Ratings, certifications, etc
Legacy Hardware Documentation
For hardware which is no longer available, but may still be in use at existing sites.
Third party Environmental Sensors
Information on third party environmental sensors
Enclosures and Mounting Hardware
Complete kits which simplify installation on a variety of electrical services.
Where can I find a HomePlug 1.0 adapter for my eGauge2?
The eGauge2 requires a HomePlug (PLC) adapter that uses the HomePlug 1.0 standard. Adapters that use the HomePlug AV standard (such as the TP-Link TL-PA2010) will not work with the eGauge2. eGauge Systems no longer stocks HomePlug 1.0 adapters, so they must be...