The 2-wire energy monitors LoWi, ReMI and MEMo are all web servers. Each of these monitors gets a fixed IP address which you enter in the browser of your smartphone, tablet or PC, to get to the website in the module. On this internal website one can adjust settings and monitor measured consumption.
In addition, in the energy managers ReMI and Memo one can set logic to switch relay outputs on measured values or consumption.
Compared to an app, a web server has some limitations to graphics, but an advantage is that one sets an IP address only once and every device on the network has access to all the consumptions through the web browser, without the need for app, software or cloud license. The web layout automatically adapts to platform and screen size, and the local data storage enables smart control based on measurements!
Any of our web servers can be temporarily set up as a WiFi access point. Connect the PC to this acces point and one arrives at a REDIRECT web page where the wifi password and a fixed IP address are set.* With this IP address you surf to the web server.
IP server scanner
The IP server scanner is a Windows tool to find all 2-WIRE web servers within different networks, and in case of the MEMo3 one can also start changing WiFi and LAN settings with it. ( see tutorials)
LoWi3 has a total of 16 log channels with 5 minutes of resolution data storage. The measurement values come either from the linked digital meter or via the internet( MQTT) from other web servers (LoWi3,ReMI, MEMo3) or from the MQTT modules such as the Smart-Plug or THEo USB stick. All data is stored locally but can also be exported to Excel or uploaded to a central platform for central management or backup.
MiLo has a total of 16 log channels with 1 hour of resolution data storage. The readings come either from the linked digital meter or through the wirelessly linked meters that are scattered around the house. All data is stored locally but can also be exported to Excel or uploaded to a central platform via FTP or http for central management or backup.
The ReMI interface is a copy of the LoWi3 interface, though there are more ways to measure part-consumption. Measurement values can come via P1, via pulse, via Modbus, via MQTT.
With easy to set up ‘IF THEN ELSE’ logic, each of the 4 outputs can be switched individually. We show it here on an Android tablet:
The MEMo3 interface works with levels, the higher the level the more settings one sees. MEMo3 couples with multiple meters via Modbus, via LoRa or via MQTT and stores data for up to 3 years at 1 minute resolution. This data is used for monitoring, settling energy costs, controlling consumers,…
With the APP HTML, you have remote access to multiple MEMo3s in different locations.