Using Peak demand Feature

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In this article, we are going to learn how to use the Peak demand feature in DEXCell EM.

Contents:

Introduction

This feature allows the visualization of the average instant power for a specific period of time. It simulates the load calculated by the fiscal meter. This period depends on the sampling frequency used by your Country. 

Examples:

  • Spain: Sampling every 15 minutes, the peak demand shows the average power in 15 min. It's the result of multiplying the active energy 15 min by 4.
  • France: Sampling every 10 minutes, the peak demand shows the average power in 10 min. It's the result of multiplying the active energy 10 min by 6.
  • UK: Sampling every 30 minutes, the peak demand shows the average power in 30 min. It's the result of multiplying the active energy 30 min by 2.

 

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How does it work?

2. Select the devices or groups you want to analyze. 

3. Select the dates you want to visualize.

5. Click update.

Nota 1: It only works if the data is accumulated (no matters which frequency) or 15 min discrete data. 

Note 2: For displaying data on that screen you must have configured Supplies and Prices.(More information here).

Exporting data

The data can be exported in Excel Format and the chart can be saved as an image

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