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HEMS v1.2.3 Configurator

Latest version of HEMS Configurator can be found under download folder.


Basic system overview.

1. Grid
From grid Tariff (LO, HI, D-LO, D-HI) and power from grid in W
Imported energy by tariff in Wh
To grid Power exported to grid in W
Exported energy in Wh
2. Plants
Produced Produced power in W and energy in Wh
Consumed Consumed power in W and energy in Wh
3. Storage systems
Sourced Power in W and energy in Wh sourced from storage (battery)
Stored Power in W and energy in Wh stored (to battery)
bargraph and %¹ SOC Battery State Of Charge
4. Consumers
Consumed Consumed power in W and energy in Wh
[] Status Output status for managed consumers
bargraph² Analog out Analog output value
click Toggle Click in frame toggles managed consumers output
long-press² Set analog Long press on first consumer pops-up dialog for analog value set
5. Unknown source
Sourced Power in W and energy in Wh from unknown source
:!: Accumulate also all differences caused by power-sensor inaccuracy
6. Other consumers
Consumed Consumed power in W and energy in Wh by other (not measured) consumers
7. Temperature and humidity
Temperature Temperature in ºC
Humidity Humidity in % RH
8. Page navigation
Home Home screen
Power [W] Power screen
Energy [Wh] Energy screen
Timetable Timetable screen
Tariff Tariff screen
Limiter Limiterscreen
EV fleet EV fleet screen
IO mux IO mux screen
Settings Settings screen
9. Exit
Exit Close appliction

¹ only for eStore

² only for first managed consumer


Overview of current power distribution by source / consumer.

1. Sourced power
Sourced power for each source
Sums per source type
Total of all sourced power
2. Consumed power
Power for each consumer
3. Power distribution
Partial distributed power
4. Submeter (Blue outline)
Power meter is not part of internal circuit

1. Sourced power distribution
How sourced power is consumed by each consumer
2. Consumed power distribution
Who sources consumed power


Energy overview of a given time distributed by sources / consumers.

1. Sourced energy
Sourced energy for each source
Sums per source type
Total of all sourced energy
2. Consumed energy
Energy for each consumer
3. Energy distribution
Partial distributed energy
4. Submeter (Blue outline)
Power meter is not part of internal circuit
5. Energy since
Date and time since energy is recorded
6. Reset all
Long-press to reset all energy counters


Weekly timetable for managed consumers.

1. Managed load menu
Switch between managed loads
2. Enable checkbox
When un-checked timetable is not executed
3. Events grid
Events displayed in weekly grid (15 min resolution)
Click to select time and set event by clicking buttons below
4. Once actions (top priority timetable actions)
Actions are executed and then automatically cleared.
“Disable” action will just disable recurring action.
5. Recurring actions (low priority actions)
Actions are executed each week.
6. Analog out ¹
Action to set analog output. Analog actions are recurring.
7. Cloud optimization
When enabled (checked) cloud optimization is enabled.

¹ only for Consumer 1


Weekly tariff timetable for grid energy per tariff distribution.

1. Tariff grid
Graphical weekly timetable with tariffs.
Click to select term, click-and-drag to select multiple terms.
2. Low tariff dates
Set low tariff dates for holidays.
3. Low tariff
Set low tariff for selected terms.
4. High tariff
Set high tariff for selected terms.

lo tariff dates

Holiday dates when tariff is low

1. Date table
Up to 24 days when tariff is low on holiday
2. Use easter mondays
Use preprogrammed roman-catholic easter monday holidays


Overview and configuration of limiter

1. Consumer management
Turn consumers on or off
2. Power
Total power and power for each phase
3. Current
Current for each phase
4. Voltage
Voltage for each phase
5. Phase order
First set correct phase order for grid power sensor and then set for other power sensors/devices. NOTE: changing grid phase order will NOT apply to phase order of other connected devices!
6. Current limit
Current limit threshold for main grid fuse
7. Status, priority and current setpoint
Yellow status when limiter is enabled and active. Green status when enabled and not active
Priority Device priority group (no limiter, limit last, limit second, limit first)
Max [A]¹ Device expected current draw
8. Grid frequency
Grid frequency measured on grid power meter sensor

¹ parameter is dynamically set for all devices, except for the EV charging stations

ev fleet

Overview and configuration of EV charging stations

1. EV charging station management
Turn EV station on or off
2. EV vehicle status
GREY Stand by
RED Error
YELLOW Charging paused
BLUE Charging
GREEN Charging ended
3. EV charging station status
Status Status of EV charging station
Phase detection Detection of utilized phases
EV [A] EV charger max allowed current
MAX [A] User set MAX charging current
3. EV charging session
Power Actual power draw
Energy Energy delivered to EV
Duration Session charging duration

io mux

Overview and configuration of input/output ports IO mux

1. Select input/output type
On the left side there are defined MC controller (MC-230) ports to which could be assigned MC-230 functions (digital, linker reset, router reset, etc).
Default settings are for e.g. QX0 → digital 1 while digital 1 is defined for consumer 1 (settings page). It could be changed in a way to define new function role to QX0 port e.g. for linker reset
If it is selected Enable consumer at input IX0,IX1 or IX2 it means that dedicated consumer will be managed (ON/OFF) by input signal on IX0,IX1 or IX2. For example, thermostat signal is wired to IXO port and via IO mux defined “Enable consumer 1” to IX0. While thermostat is active, it is consumer 1 active as well and vice versa.
Limitations: one temperature sensor is allowed, one consumer could be managed by one input only
2. out mode
Managed consumer input/output mode (normal or inverted)


1. System settings
[ autodetect ] Click to find HEMS in local network
eStore c….. eStore serial number (automatically detected or can be entered manually).
[] enable When checked HEMS will read Grid, first plant and first Storage directly from eStore (so there is no need to duplicate power-sensor).
[detect] eStore address is cleared and new eStore can be detected.
HIQ Home c….. HIQ Home serial number (automatically detected or can be entered manually).
[] enable When checked HEMS will read Grid power and energy from HIQ Home (so there is no need to duplicate power-sensor).
[detect] HIQ Home address is cleared so new can be detected.
Virtual grid PS [] enable Check if system is without main grid power meter. Energy, power and currents are calculated from other power meters.
2. Modbus cycle time
Modbus cycle time Grid power sensor refresh time in ms
3. Sources and Consumers settings table
SOURCES Source name
icon Source icon
4. Device status
Status Status OK, Warning, Error, Detected
5. Device message
source and consumer management Source or consumer power-sensor management
message Messages regarding source or consumer power-sensor
6. Device configuration
Configuration add Associate new power-sensor to source or consumer
del Disassociate power-sensor from source or consumer & configure it as new power-sensor
7. Device type
meter Source or consumer power-sensor type
configuration in/ex Power plant connection¹
8. Submeter option
sub Check if this power meter or device is not part of internal circuit. Energy division for this device is ignored and outlined in blue border.
9. Wireless settigs
new device Power-sensor configured as new one detected or wireless module configuration²
Wireless setting Setting up wireless modules: pairing, adding and delete the wireless modules and setting repeater level
10. Device output
output Select consumer output type
‹‹›› Set repeater level³
man. time Managed consumer manual override timer
P nominal Enter consumer's power in Watts. It is disabled if there is assigned power sensor to this consumer.
clock Enable timetable
11. Permanent memory parameters
[init parameters] Init all parameters to default values
[save parameters] Save all parameters to permanent memory
[read parameters] Read all parameters from permanent memory
[] autosave parameters Parameters will be automatically saved to permanent memory in 15 minutes after last parameter change
12. Backup / Restore to PC
[backup] Backup all parameters to PC⁴
[restore] Restore all parameters from PC backup⁴

¹ only for the first power plant

² wireless setting must be enabled

³ only for wireless modules and wireless setting must be enabled

⁴ older versions of backup files may be used. Any unsuccessfully backed or restored parameters will be displayed but operation will end successfully if you use continue.

en/hems_v1_2_0/software.txt · Last modified: 30.11.2021 10:16 by gdzampo

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