“I had an eGauge installed along with my PV. It has been excellent at tracking my usage and generation. Now I can compare my by billing dates and track usage on major appliances, such as A/C or the clothes dryer. All by any time frame I can dream of!”
- April 1
v1.3 has been released! This release includes
a very important update to improve long-term
reliability of recorded values. All users should upgrade
to v1.3 when able. This firmware upgrade may take up to 5
minutes to complete. Please note the alert when this upgrade
begins and do not power-cycle the device while the
upgrade is occurring. The
unit (not the
HomePlug adapter) will blink yellow/orange and green while
this upgrade is occurring.
- March 20
- Several new features have been added to eGuard
Manager. Installers and managers,
login and check
out the changes! If you are not familiar with eGuard, read
updated eGuard tutorial. Also, please watch
tutorial video on defining views, to learn
about how eGauge can be used for sub-metering!
- March 6
- eGauge is proud to support the
Spring 2013 ReNew Our Schools Competition.
Check out their
and make sure to cheer for your favorite school!
- February 12
- Thank you to everyone who stopped by the eGauge booth
at BBD in Burlington, VT! Save big on your next eGauge
purchase by taking advantage of the Efficiency Vermont
special offer. Call sales at
for more information.
- February 11
- Our warranty policy has been updated. Please
review the eGauge Warranty Agreement.
- January 17
v1.21 has been released! This version
introduces new functionality to the "Sleek Kiosk" view
as well as some important bug fixes.
- January 9
- Check out eGauge in the
Feb/March 2013 issue of Home Power magazine.
Avoid ongoing costs or service fees by choosing eGauge!
- November 19
v1.2 has been released! This version introduces
several new features to eGauge's interface and recording
capabilities as well as some important bug fixes.
release notes for details.
- October 24
- New Product:
Universal WiFi Adapter. Easily connect your eGauge
to a wireless network with this product.
Contact sales for
- October 15
- New Product:
NEMA rated clear face enclosure.
A useful accessory for many types of installation sites
(see product rating specs).
Contact sales for
- September 10
eGauge is now CE certified for
the European market!
- September 4
Solar Power International 2012 is just one
week away! Join us at booth #1057 and let us show you our
simple solution to reducing energy costs!
- August 20
Check out eGauge featured on PBS Newshour
with the awesome Pecan Street Project
in Austin, TX!
- August 12
DIN rail mounting kit. Easily install eGauge on any DIN
rail with this mounting kit from Hammond Manufacturing.
Call for installer pricing: 877.342.8431.
- May 7
New product: A
with built-in 4-port
For a slightly higher cost than a regular HomePlug
adapter, you get the ability to connect up to three
more Ethernet devices.
- Apr 13
New server: Our proxy-service moved
to a new location. If you hardcoded it's IP address
(e.g., in firewall rules), please change the
address from 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52 (for
d.egauge.net) and 184.108.40.206 (for
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause!
- Apr 5
Firmware v1.12 has
been released. Mostly bug-fixes, but we also
added a "Toggle all/none" checkbox to the graph
legend so it's easy to display all or no
registers. See release notes
- Mar 12
Firmware v1.11 has been
released. This fixes a few important bugs
introduced in v1.1. We recommend devices which currently have
v1.1 installed to be upgraded to this version instead.
See "View→Device Status" to confirm what firmware version
is installed on a device.
- Mar 1
We are happy to announce general
availability of firmware v1.1. There
are lots of new features and bug-fixes. See release notes
for details. The
configuration guide has been updated for the
new features (changes are marked with gray
changebars throughout the document).
As always with major new releases, please tread
carefully. We don't recommend jumping in and at
once upgrading every single device you have out
there. Instead, take a measured approach: upgrade
one device, give it some time, then go on to the
next one. Enjoy!