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PM8000 html file for "kwh rec"

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PM8000 html file for "kwh rec"

Hello !

Someone has created an html file to extend the PM8240 webserver to see the "kwh rec"?

by factory you can't see this value trough webserver.

Regards,

Product Manager Building Automation

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Adam_Hardman
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Re: PM8000 html file for "kwh rec"

Hi Ruben,

You will need to create your own custom webpage to see the value through the webserver.

If you refer to the PM8000 User Guide look at 'Creating custom webpages for your meter' and 'Sample data viewing webpage starting on page 118 of the English User Guide. That should give you the general steps to get the value you are looking for. Good luck!

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Adam_Hardman
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Re: PM8000 html file for "kwh rec"

Hi Ruben,

You will need to create your own custom webpage to see the value through the webserver.

If you refer to the PM8000 User Guide look at 'Creating custom webpages for your meter' and 'Sample data viewing webpage starting on page 118 of the English User Guide. That should give you the general steps to get the value you are looking for. Good luck!