Once you have installed the engage app on your iPad you will have access to a range of features that allow you to monitor your energy consumption remotely.
You must first register and set-up your hub and pair it with your transmitter at engage.efergy.com before you can see your energy usage on the smartphone app.
After you first install the engage HD app please go to the Settings > Database Management > Sync Local Database from the date you first installed your hub.
Day & night display will auto switch along the time, but you can also fix the display mode in the settings.
Login using the details you registered when joining and setting up your hub at engage.efergy.com
Display power use now in kW, cost and kgCo2. Set your energy consumption alarm. And 4 different style of the widget for your choice.
Show how much you have spent and what your estimated total spends will be. You can also set you monthly budget through the menu option.
Cost so far:
Show you how much you have spent today, this month and since a user set date (through the menu option).
The energy graph widget allows you to see your demand in kW along with your consumption over daily and monthly periods. If you rotate your phone between landscape and portrait orientations you change the level on detail on the graphs. Landscape shows you the overall trend and portrait shows you a closer look at your data. Use the arrows to go backward and forward in time to view your consumption history.
Use this to post your performance and data to a social media site. (Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn is available)
New Features of the engage app
We’ve basically imported the online platform into the app which gives you a whole new level of accuracy and much more. Thanks to everyone who gave their feedback, there are more changes on the way!
-Easy scroll down action to view different widgets.
-Sync up with engage platform, there was a little difference between the readings on the online platform for desktop and the engage app, they are now displaying identical information for improved accuracy.
-You can now add multiple sensors to the engage system and you can see these sensors performance through the app, this is perfect if you want to check your solar generation against your energy consumption.*to take advantage of this function please go to our website (www.efergy.com) and take a look at the STXtra kit
-We’ve added a home button to get you back to the start quicker.
-We’ve modified the Energy Now widget to show you instant energy in a funky way!
-You can now view your energy reports from your smart iPhone
-The Energy Demand and Usage History widgets are now displayed separately so you can view the graphs easier.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
OUTSTANDING, SO FAR❗
Received the Hub in the mail this afternoon. Less than an hour later it was up and running‼
I already had the True Power Monitor and the dual sensors + the transmitter installed and working.
This company really has their act together! Everything sets up exactly like the instructions say.
I'm very impressed with them and their products‼
I can't say that about some other companies I've dealt with.
This app is fully functioning and I would recommend it! I had to read through the instructions to set up my e2 Engage Hub System. I have never set up a system like this before. I was able to get everything working as it should without too much difficulty. The iPhone app is pretty refined while the iPad app is quite nice but it does have hint of clunky in it. Would love to see automatic emailing at end of defined billing period with optional contents - cost, monthly consumption, over/under budget, etc. Overall, the whole system is VERY simple to install. Configuring it takes a couple passes if you're a newbie, perhaps less if you are familiar with these set-ups.
No updated to fix bugs
It's an OK app, but has a few glaring bugs, and it hasn't been updated in the months since I got it. Two biggest peeves are the graph's history scrolling doesn't work (the left arrow button just vanishes when pressed), and if the server is down, the app treats it like a bad password.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.