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    Using Energy Mode

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    Energy Mode shows a series of circular graphics that detail the energy consumption recorded each day for all NuBrytes installed in your home.

    • Each graphic represents one day. If the consumption that day was higher than your average consumption, the graphic will flash.
    • Energy consumption only represents the energy consumed by lighting connected to the NuBryte Touchpoint.
    • You can enter the average cost of your electricity per kWh in the NuBryte General Settings options.
    • Tap the center of the graphic to change the units from energy consumed (Wh and kWh) to money spent ($).
    • The NuBryte will show the last 7 days of energy use. Press centre of circle to reveal estimated cost.Swipe or touch circles to move between each day.

     

    Using the RESET DEVICE function from the Settings will also delete the energy data displayed in the NuBryte Touchpoint’s Energy mode. However, once the device is re-connected to your wireless network and the NuBryte servers, this data will be restored. You may lose several hours of energy data recorded between the last time energy data was uploaded to the NuBryte server (everyday at midnight) to the time your reset the device.

    App Energy Funtions

    Energy Mode shows a series of circular graphics that detail the energy consumption recorded each day.

    • Each graphic represents one day. If the consumption that day was higher than your average consumption, the graphic will flash.
    • Energy consumption only represents the energy consumed by lighting connected to the NuBryte Touchpoint.
    • You can enter the average cost of your electricity per kWh in the NuBryte Touchpoint settings at Main Menu > Settings >General Settings
    • Check your utility bill and average the cost per kWh before entering in to your NuBryte settings
    • Tap the center of the graphic to change the units from energy consumed (Wh and kWh) to money spent ($).

     

     

     

     

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