Control del consumo eléctrico CcM App
CcM App

It is an Android app to monitoring, which facilitates searches and configuration of the devices using a mobile phone with a possibility to save historical data, connect them to the local WiFi network, physically locate them and configure them.

 

The Energy CcM App for Android and iOS enables all the devices with a WiFi or internet connection to:

  • Read the real-time data in local mode (within the smartphone’s WiFi range) without creating a user (every 1 second).

  • Store the data in the internal memory (3 months) in case the connection with the server is lost.

  • Find configured CcM devices (within the local WiFi network), and those which have not been configured (AP Mode), within the smartphone’s WiFi range.

  • Create users to view historical data (every 10 seconds).

  • Set parameters/ configuration of the historical data (10s, 1 min., 15 min., 30 min., 1 h., 1 day)

  • Display graphs and historical data of the power, energy, and P.F. selecting specific dates, a date range or months.

  • Configure the WiFi connection mode (Cloud, FTP or Gateway).

  • Link the CcM device to the user router.

  • Hand the CcM device over to another user or nominate a supervisor (share the data with another user).

  • Geographically locate every CcM device.

  • Add photos and notes regarding the installation.

  • Configure an automatic/manual connection mode between the smartphone and the WiFi of the CcM device.

  • View the complete WEB catalogue of CcM devices.

  • A link from the App to the user’s WEB Module (Login)

  • Remote firmware update

  • Create or organize the devices into groups (distribution boards, buildings, etc.)

  • Configuration and reading of temperature probes or Pt100 inputs.

  • Configuration and reading of water and gas counters (Pulse inputs)

  • Configuration and reading of digital inputs and outputs.

  • Configuration and reading of high-current transformers up to 10,000 A.

  • Configure the counter device in unidirectional or bi-directional metering mode.

  • Change the current flow direction (Consumed or generated power).

  • Turn the contactors, relays, and reclosers on and off remotely.

  • Alert in case the Internet connection is lost.

  • Alert in case there are power phase shifts in all three phases.

  • Alert in case of overvoltage and low voltage in the grid.

  • Alert in case of complete voltage loss and recovery.

  • Consumption timer metering instantaneous power (maximum and minimum) and total consumed power.


Subject to a monthly fee:

  • Read the photovoltaic inverters in self-consumption PV system or other PLCs.

  • A breakdown or distortions of consumption of home appliances.

  • Report malfunctioning of home appliances.

  • Alert in case the network frequency is out of the set range (Hz)

  • Alert in case of reactive power (cos ϕ)

  • Alert in case of disruptions or anomalies in historical consumption patterns.

  • Alert in case power is below the value set in time.

  • Alert in case power is above the value set in time.

  • Alert in case energy is below the value set in time.

  • Alert in case energy is above the value set in time.

  • Alert regarding external conditions (temperature and pulse counter)

  • Alert regarding absolute totals (pulses and energy)

  • Alert regarding partials in time (pulses and energy)

  • Individual or group configuration of the alerts, hierarchies and friendly interface

  • Possibility to programme regulation measures in time when the relays, contactors, and reclosers are being turned on or off.

  • Pre-programmed regulations for sunset and sunrise (according to the geographical location and summer or winter time).

  • Possibility to programme actions on maximum or minimum values in time (temperature, energy, power, pulses).

  • Possibility to programme actions for external impulses (digital signals).

  • Possibility to programme actions for external information (RS-485 input-Energy and Power inverters or temperature probes).

  • Possibility to programme actions on maximum or minimum values in time (temperature, energy, power, pulses).

  • Possibility to programme actions for external impulses (digital signals).