eddiMenus

  1. Main Menu
  2. Advanced Menu
  3. Relay & Sensor Menu

2. Advanced Menu

Advanced Menu Options Description
Supply Grid Phase: Set the supply phase to use for this device – see Advanced Settings for more information.
Device Limit: Sets the maximum allowable current to be drawn by the eddi. See Load Balancing / Current Limiting.
Grid Limit: Maximum grid import power limit. Output to heater is reduced to keep import below this level. This also applies when boosting – see Advanced Settings for more information.
Battery: Sets the mode for managing power when a battery system is present in the installation – see Battery Storage Systems for more information.
Net Phases: When set to ON will net the imports and exports across phases allowing surplus power from one phase to be used on a different phase. – see Advanced Settings for more information.
Export Margin: Minimum level of export power which is maintained when eddi is diverting surplus power – see Advanced Settings for more information.
Exp Threshold: Level of export which must be seen before the eddi will start diverting power to the heater – see Advanced Settings for more information.
Response Delay: Time before the eddi starts diverting after Exp Threshold is exceeded – see Advanced Settings for more information.
Linked Devices Devices Other myenergi devices can be wirelessly linked to eddi, this shows connected devices and their priorities. Settings for some devices are made here – see Linking Devices.
Pairing Mode Puts this eddi in pairing mode so it can be linked to another device – see Linking Devices.
Channel RF Channel: Sets the radio frequency channel number used when linking other devices – see Linking Devices.
Set Master Sets the eddi device to be master (tick is shown) or slave – see Linking Devices for details.
Reset Settings Clear all linked device settings. See Linking Devices.
CT Config CTINT: Internal CT, used to configure a group limit – see Load Balancing / Current Limiting for details.
CT1: Sets the function of CT1 input – see CT Config for more details.
CT2: Sets the function of CT2 input – see CT Config for more details.
Passcode The code required to access the Advanced menu can be set with this function.
System Restore Settings Restore Yesterday Restore the configuration from the previous day.
Clear Data Clear all savings data from memory.
Factory Reset Restore configuration to factory defaults (savings data are unaffected unless Clear Data is also selected).
Confirm Confirm restore options and re-boot device.
Download Firmware Downloads latest firmware from hub. See myenergi hub device instructions.
Bootloader Enter Bootloader mode.

3. Relay & Sensor Menu

 

Relay & Sensor Board Menu (if installed) Description
Relays & Sensors Temperatures Set Limit: The target temperature for when using a PT1000 temperature probe connected to PT1/PT2
PT1 corresponds to Heater 1, PT2 is for Heater 2.
Hysteresis: Sets the temperature drop required from Set Limit, before heating resumes.
Readings: Current temperature readings of the probes.
Relay 1 Disabled Disable Relay 1 control (relay is always off).
Export On Threshold: When export power exceeds this threshold, the relay will operate.
Off Threshold: When the export power is under this threshold the relay is switched off.
Inc Diverted: Surplus power currently being diverted to the heater will be included as export for the thresholds above.
Min On Time: When the On Threshold is exceeded and the Relay switches on, it will remain on for at least this time after the export drops below the Off Threshold.
Min Off Time: When the export power exceeds the On Threshold the relay will operate only if it has been off for this amount of time.
Import On Threshold: When import power exceeds this threshold, Relay 1 on the Relay & Sensor Board will operate.
Off Threshold: When the import power is under this threshold the relay is switched off.
Min On Time: When the On Threshold is exceeded and the Relay switches on, it will remain on for at least this time after the import drops below the Off Threshold.
Min Off Time: When the import power exceeds the On Threshold the relay will operate only if it has been off for this amount of time.
Heating Heating 1 Operates Relay 1 when Heater 1 output is live.
Heating 2 Operates Relay 1 when Heater 2 output is live.
Heating 1&2: Operates the relay when either Heater 1 or Heater 2 output is live.
Destrat 1 De-stratification pump control for Heater 1; the Relay operates when eddi is trying to heat Heater 1 and the heater is at maximum temperature.
After Check Period the relay will deactivate.
Destrat 2 De-stratification pump control for Heater 2; the Relay operates when eddi is trying to heat Heater 2 and the heater is at maximum temperature.
After Check Period the relay will deactivate.
Boost Timer Relay 1 will operate as a programmable timed relay. There will be an extra Boost Timer option in the Boost Timer menu.
Fault Signal Will de-activate the relay if a fault occurs.
Relay 2 Disabled Disable Relay 2 control (relay is always off).
Export On Threshold: When export power exceeds this threshold, the relay will operate.
Off Threshold: When the export power is under this threshold the relay is switched off.
Inc Diverted: Surplus power currently being diverted to the heater will be included as export for the thresholds above.
Min On Time: When the On Threshold is exceeded and the Relay switches on, it will remain on for at least this time after the export drops below the Off Threshold.
Min Off Time: When the export power exceeds the On Threshold the relay will operate only if it has been off for this amount of time.
Import On Threshold: When import power exceeds this threshold, Relay 2 will operate.
Off Threshold: When the import power is under this threshold the relay is switched off.
Min On Time: When the On Threshold is exceeded and the Relay switches on, it will remain on for at least this time after the import drops below the Off Threshold.
Min Off Time: When the import power exceeds the On Threshold the relay will operate only if it has been off for this amount of time.
Heating Heating 1 Activates the Relay 2 when Heater 1 output is live.
Heating 2 Activates Relay 2 when Heater 2 output is live.
Heating 1&2 Operates Relay 2 when either Heater 1 or Heater 2 output is live.
Destrat 1 De-stratification pump control for Heater 1; the Relay operates when eddi is trying to heat Heater 1 and the heater is at maximum temperature.
After 5 mins the relay will deactivate.
Destrat 2 De-stratification pump control for Heater 2; the Relay operates when eddi is trying to heat Heater 2 and the heater is at maximum temperature.
After 5 mins the relay will deactivate.
Boost Timer Relay 2 will operate as a programmable timed relay. There will be an extra Boost Timer option in the Boost Timer menu.

Follow Relay 1

Relay 2 will always be the same state as Relay 1.
eSense Input Disabled The eSense input is disabled and have no function.
Boost Boost 1 If a voltage is present on the eSense input, the selected heater will be boosted. The boost will end when there is no longer a voltage present.
Boost 2
Boost 1&2 If a voltage is present on the eSense input, the highest priority heater will be boosted. If the eSense Input still has a voltage present after the heater reaches maximum temperature, the other heater will be boosted. The boost will end when there is no longer a voltage present on eSense input.
Heater Enable Heater 1 The eSense input will act as an thermostat for the selected heater (or both heaters). The heater will only be able to be heated when eSense has a voltage present.
Heater 2
Heater 1&2
Boost Enable Boost Enable 1 The eSense input will act as an enable for the Boost Timer for the selected heater (or both heaters). The Boost Timer has an additional parameter ‘e‘, when this option is set – see Boost Timer.
Boost Enable 2
Boost Enable 1&2