As a comprehensive energy management system, enerchart considers all conceivable and measurable media and energy sources. These include electricity, water, gas, oil, diesel, petrol, steam, district heating, compressed air, air, noble gases, renewable energy sources and many more. There are no limits to the measurement types. In addition to the “classic” energy quantities such as electrical work, power, voltage, current and all other measurable quantities such as volume, flow rate. Pressure, area, illuminance, etc. can be defined in addition to any other measurement type.
Since on the one hand, the enerchart also calculates key figures and on the other hand, any values can be processed beyond the energy, these own measured variables can also become very exotic. For example: Absence days, number of customers, CPU utilization, scrap quantity or whatever your individual reporting system requires.
The visualization in enerchart is not limited to individual measured values. You can define any number of structures (hierarchies, views) and, for example, you can also create total consumption figures. Such structures can contain individual measured values, totals of measured values (with delta calculation), whole substructures or – using freely formulated formulas – also “calculated” measured values (e. g. key figures). This allows you to solve the complexity of your measurement infrastructure in a playful way and gives you all the freedom you need to generate individual evaluations.
What happens in case of incorrect measurements? In practice, it happens (rarely) that measured values have not been correctly transferred. This may be due to faulty meters/sensors or incorrect import data, for example. Therefore enerchart offers the possibility of a manual, traceable correction of measured values: the data of a measuring point can be overwritten in an exactly selectable time window. The correction values are either a single value, a value of the same measurement loop from another time window or the value of a comparable measurement loop.