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We recommend installing the GateWay first – then the sensors.

ReCalc

Go to: https://recalc.remoni.com 

If you already have an account, enter your email and password.

To create an account click on: “Create new user & account”.  

Click on “Account settings” and then “User access” in the User profile

   

In the “User access” section, you can change the predefined roles and user settings.

You can e.g assign other users to "read only" access.

You can find it under the tab “view data”

Our ReCalc solution includes our self-learning alarm modules, to monitor your technical installations, in an easy way.

The alarm modules use artificial intelligence (AI) to generate alarms, warnings, and service and maintenance information, when needed –so you don’t have to do the work.

If you add your sensor in ReCalc and tap the icon "View Data" you can mouse over the graph to see which unit it measures. 

PowerMoniSpot can be calibrated to measure watt.

PowerMoniFlow and Heat are calibrated to measure temperature from the factory and no calibration is needed.

You have the following options:

    1. You can measure with a torque meter on the cable where the sensor is connected, what the maximum effect (watts) is.

    2. If connected to an electric motor you can read on the label, what the maximum watt is.

Once you have found the maximum watt by using one of the two methods, you divide it with the highest number you find on the graph.

That way you will find your calibration constant.

It is unfortunately not possible to change the unit type. If you have chosen the wrong unit type, follow these steps:

 

 

 

 

 

If you go to "Alarmgroups" you can choose between the different available alarms.

You can receive different alarms, depending on the type of sensor you are using and the unit you are surveilling.

First you have to add a new user under the "user section" and then select “account settings”

and then add a new user under “user access” by typing their e-mail.

Then you go to the settings icon and then add a user under “create alarmgroup” and press “save”.

 

Choose something that gets recognized easily, e.g. the location, name of building, customer name etc.

You can choose to receive alarms through notifications in ReCalc or by e-mail.

You can choose different levels of alarm severity to be received.

Go to the "Export data" section and choose between the different options and press “Export”.

“Base” is watt when PowerMoniSpot is calibrated. If your PowerMoniSpot is not calibrated, this field will be blank.

Gateway

It depends on availability at the location of the Gateway.

Any 3G/4G Mobile Data connection or LAN connection will do the job, since ReMoni sensors have a low need for data volume. Our sensors have no minimum requirement of upload speed either.

 

On the gateway there is two light diodes, one red and one green. These diodes can help you determine what the error is.

An  or  icon indicates that the LED is off, an  or  icon indicates that the LED is on and an  or  indicates that the LED flashes.

 

 

Errorcode

Description

101

Everything works.

102

There is no connection to the internet, but the Accesspoint works.

103

There is an error between the Raspberry Pi and the Accesspoint or the Accesspoint is not connected. There is however connection to the internet.

104

There is an error between the Raspberry Pi and the Accesspoint or the Accesspoint is not connected, plus there is no connection to the internet.

105

There is a power failure.

106

The SD-card is not inserted to the Raspberry Pi

 

Possible solutions to the errors

Errorcode

Solution

102

WiFi: Check with a smartphone, tablet or PC if a WiFi network with SSID “ReMoni GateWay” is visible. If it is visible follow the instructions “GateWay with WiFi”. If it is not visible, verify that the router your gateway is connected to, has got internet.

Ethernet: Verify that the ethernet cable is correctly connected to the gateway. The green LED on the ethernet connector should flash if there is connection. If not, try with another cable.

USB dongle: The light on the dongle should show a constant blue light. If there is no blue light, verify that the settings on the sim card is correct and there is data.

All: Restart the gateway by turning off the power, wait 20 seconds and turn it back on again.

103

Verify that the cable between the Raspberry Pi and the Accesspoint is correctly connected.

Try with a different cable.

104

Check the solutions for error codes 102 and 103.

105

Verify that the power is turned on and inserted correctly.

106

Verify that the SD-card is correctly inserted or try with a different SD-card.

In ReCalc, select Connections in the sidebar menu and look in the "connections" column, it should say “connected”.

When the LED on the mobile dongle is lighting blue, it is connected.

The SIM-card must be a micro SIM-card with a data plan. With normal use, a 2 Gb per month data plan is sufficient.

When you are beneath the section "Gateway" you press "view" and then you can see some options at the bottom of the page. It should show a list of the units that are connected.

If there are no units connected it would say "no sensors were found".

The Huawei E3533s-2 3G wireless USB modem works with the ReMoni gateway.

 

Sensors

All sensors are designed to last 15 years.

All ReMoni hardware has a two-year, limited worldwide warranty. This includes e.g. also the gateway.

You have the following options:

  1. You can measure with a ammeter on the cable where the sensor is connected, what the maximum effect (watts) is.
  2. If connected to an electric motor you can read on the label, what the maximum watt is.

Once you have found the maximum watt by using one of the two methods, you divide it with the highest number you find on the graph.

That way you will find your calibration constant.

PowerMoniSpot can measure on single-phase when it's not calibrated with a pro-c.

Here is an example of what you can use:

PowerMoniSpot can’t be used for measuring inhomogeneous cables:

Removing large stand-by consumption can help you save both power and money.

Stand-by consumption can be estimated using power sensors on the parts of your installations you wish to monitor. If the power consumption stays high all day, there is probably a room for improvements.

PowerMoniSpot measures the current by means of a clamp on system. Thereby it is not directly connected to the wires.