With the Qbus energy management systems, you can actively manage up to 70% of your large electrical consumers in a household to minimize your energy bill. By collecting real-time data from the digital meter, you can activily control heat pumps, boilers, and charging stations. The modules can function both on their own (Stand-Alone) or with a Qbus controller.
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With Luqas, the smart energy management module (LQS06SA), you can read and visualize energy flows through the digital meter and manage them...
With Luqas, the smart energy management module (LQS06SA), you can read and visualize energy flows through the digital meter and manage them intelligently. With Luqas, you can turn down the charging station, heat pump, or boiler during peak usage or buffer the energy generated by your solar panels.
The module is easy to install using the step-by-step instructions in the Qbus Control app or System Manager.
Through the updated Luqas View app, the customer can monitor their energy consumption and yield in real-time and keep track of the status of connected devices such as heat pumps and charging stations. The energy slider allows you to set your maximum consumption, enabling the customer to retain control over their energy bill.
Choose your level of control with one of our 3 new subscription plans: Luqas View, Luqas Control, and Luqas Dynamic Control.
* only available in combination with Luqas Control
Upon purchasing the Luqas module, you'll enjoy 6 months of free Luqas Control. You can easily extend and modify your subscription via Qbus Control.
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The ECM04 or Energy Counter Module is a module that adds the pulses it receives from a meter. It does not matter from which type of meter these...
The ECM04 or Energy Counter Module is a module that adds the pulses it receives from a meter. It does not matter from which type of meter these pulses are transmitted as long as the contacts are not under voltage. The ECM04 can receive a pulse every 250ms and add them. The system can also create an alarm for a specific number of pulses, e.g., for a green power certificate for solar panels.