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PostPosted: Wed Feb 26, 2014 4:02 pm 
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I have finally managed to load and run the software successfully on a win 7 laptop, having given up with a win 8.1 desktop, and the data downloaded for daily and weekly usage appears to be nearly 100% above that that I have manually recorded from the main electric meter. The hous has a solar Pv installation so I wondered if this can possibly affect the current transformer sensor that feeds the CC envir 128 monitor. Has anyone had any similar experience

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:37 am 
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I have finally managed to load and run the software successfully on a win 7 laptop, having given up with a win 8.1 desktop, and the data downloaded for daily and weekly usage appears to be nearly 100% above that that I have manually recorded from the main electric meter. The hous has a solar Pv installation so I wondered if this can possibly affect the current transformer sensor that feeds the CC envir 128 monitor. Has anyone had any similar experience

Thanks


It depends where you've installed the current transformer - it can't determine which way power is flowing so anything generated will be added to that which you are consuming if you've got it on the main feed into the house. The transformer should be on the feed to the house fuse box after all the meters


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