Own your energy future
Thanks to the CLEMAP One sensor it is possible to access the electrical consumption in real time. You can monitor consumers such as heat pumps, kitchen, lights, etc. and find out when equipment was switched on unnecessarily. As well in your absence you have always access to detailed indication about your consumption.
Thanks to the sophisticated disaggregation technology, the CLEMAP One sensor is able to identify the types of electrical consumers. On a regular basis, you will be able to monitor consumption at home and implement specific activities to reduce energy waste.
The CLEMAP One Sensor can be installed in your distribution box by your electrician or an electrician from our partner network using the instructions provided. Activation of the sensor is very easy after connecting to the internet via the platform, you can then monitor the electricity consumption daily, weekly, monthly via your mobile phone or internet web application, free of charge. A few days after installation, the sensor will show a break down of your electrical usage.
2. Delivery, installation and activation
You can have the sensor installed by a CLEMAP partner or your electrician. Installation instructions are supplied with each sensor. The installation usually takes around 60 minutes, depending on the space available and the connection to the Internet.
3. Energy Transparency!
The electrician then registers the sensor with the CLEMAP cloud and you can immediately follow the electrical power consumption on the app. Individual consumers are automatically detected, others will identify over time. If you have specific needs, you can contact us any time. All information is available directly via the app.
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Reference: Alessandro P.
“I used CLEMAP One to discover a continuous output of 2000 Watt during the night (22 to 6 o'clock). We found out that it was the heating pump. After we corrected the problem, we can now save several hundred francs a year. Now I have my energy consumption 100% under control.”