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Energy consumption of 1340kwh in two months (2 x more than normal)

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    Deny_denis
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    mn997 wrote:
    But I messed up, Regards. PS The author meant "SOMETHING" different. greetings


    S cool - :)

    I had some other things on my mind, but it monitors the daily consumption - it oscillates around 10-11kwh.

    Someone previously wrote about the compensation for the year with the bill in December - I do not have the forecasted settlement - I ENTER the meter reading every 2 months so I pay / paid for real consumption.
  • #33
    Zbych034
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    Have you compared the meter reading on your invoice with the actual figure? Maybe there is a Czech mistake.
  • #34
    Deny_denis
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    Zbych034 wrote:
    Have you compared the meter reading on your invoice with the actual figure? Maybe there is a Czech mistake.


    Everything is correct.
  • #35
    cooltygrysek
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    I think that there is no point in making assumptions and theories. It's just like I wrote in post # 16. The meter probably measures the X tariff and you have Y on the contract and it turns out that the colleague is in the minus and the supplier is in the plus. The gray ego man will not know what the type of tariff means. The only solution is to clarify the matter by measuring with specialized equipment for your own money and / or clarify with the supplier. Unfortunately, he will not be in a hurry with the answer, and even if he does, he will be delirious. I have a history of a woman who, after replacing the meter, returned bills for amounts she had never seen. The case was quite publicized by the press and TV. I don't remember whether the NOTE or the Case for the reporter. I also do not know how this case with inflated bills ended, I know that it ended in court. With the passage of time it appears that it has spread to the bones or, more likely, the supplier by the lawyers has silenced the case. And the gray man stayed in the proverbial du ...
  • #36
    Xantix
    Level 40  
    Do you have a stove with a feeder? Maybe it was he who "stuffed" you with such high consumption? Sometimes the feeder moves very hard (high resistance to movement) and the gear motor consumes much more electricity than normal.
  • #37
    Jaselek
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    Do you have outdoor lighting? Maybe the earth cable is damaged or the reading is wrong, wrong insulation.
  • #38
    cooltygrysek
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    Xantix wrote:
    the gear motor gets considerably


    Have mercy because my eyes are burning from reading. Motors in the feeders of central heating boilers, regardless of whether they are screw, piston or drawer type, have small motors, usually not exceeding 90W. So please count how much would such an engine consume in case of overload. And also in the case of (for example) overload of the worm due to jamming, the wedge is torn off, which prevents damage to the gear and motor windings or a fire.
  • #39
    Xantix
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    cooltygrysek wrote:
    Have pity because my eyes are burning from reading

    Oh, he pushed a cauldron to a pot. :D

    cooltygrysek wrote:
    Motors in the feeders of central heating boilers, regardless of whether they are screw, piston or drawer type, have small motors, usually not exceeding 90W. So please count how much would such an engine consume in case of overload.

    And let it charge 50% more for the entire month. The furnace with the feeder works constantly, so a lot of kWh can be loaded in this way.

    cooltygrysek wrote:
    And also in the case of (for example) overload of the worm due to jamming, the wedge is torn off, which prevents damage to the gear and motor windings or a fire.

    If it got stuck, the author would have noticed that something is wrong right away.
    Secondly, I did not write about jamming only with higher movement resistance during the feeder operation.
    Third, there is no wedge, only a pin.
  • #40
    Deny_denis
    Level 6  
    There is no external lighting, except for lamps with motion sensors on the facade.

    There is an electric gate and installation to the gate that can be opened by intercom - no anomalies were found.

    Regarding the furnace - furnace in the work cycle - blower, feeder, 3 pumps (floor heating, radiators, DHW pump) - consumes 130W.
    And over 1/3 of the working time is the so-called standby, support where only the pumps run.

    Until today, I have not found a power eater and the daily consumption is similar to the previous 10-11 KWh.
    I will also just pay the bill because what else is left for me, by the way I will install flow water heaters in crashes, according to calculations I should take about 100kWh per month :)
  • #41
    BANANvanDYK
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    cooltygrysek wrote:
    have small motors usually not exceeding 90W. So please count how much would such an engine consume in case of overload

    But this suggestion of power stings my eyes. 0.12kW and sometimes 0.18kW motors are also used. The stated power on the motor is the output mechanical power on its shaft. Taking into account the efficiency of the motor, which oscillates around 60% with such small motors, this gives the power consumed at the rated power of approximately 150W, 200W and 300W of electrical power.
  • #42
    fbodek
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    Hello. I had a similar case. I live in a block of flats, a counter on a cage, Readings and payments every two months and suddenly almost doubled. Surprised, but I paid the more that it included the holiday season. The next one is the same, the meter reading is correct. First thought - the counter. I unscrewed all the fuses and checked whether the counter is still (still old with a shield, sometimes they punch without consumption). But ok. Then at home I connected the second one before the fuses and made measurements of the installation in case of leakage. The meter readings showed only small discrepancies, that is, it must be some kind of receiver in the house. Armed with an electronic power meter, the one inserted into a 230V socket, I checked all the devices: fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, even an oven, iron and nothing. In desperation, I checked all electronic equipment. I was in a dead end. Time was flying and I was paying. I even started to suspect my neighbor that he had connected somehow, especially since there was a change of tenant. And as usual, a coincidence helped. My wife asked me to empty the dishwasher, I open it all hot even though she finished washing a few hours earlier. I connect the meter and I do not believe it, the consumption is about 2 kW. It was enough for me to turn on the main switch of the dishwasher. I mention the dishwasher was washing properly, all programs worked fine. The reason was a sticky relay supplying the drying heater (it also switches on sometimes during washing). Replaced the relay and success. However, I left the meter plugged in all the time. The same after a few washes. The power supply was still damaged. The capacitor lost capacity, a typical fault, my fault was not fully analyzing the system, the relay powered from the voltage before stabilization, contact vibrations, sparking and sticking. The programs worked, because after stabilization the voltage was much lower, I don't remember, 5V was ok. In my opinion, a wrongly designed circuit. I led an additional LED diode on the panel, signaling the power to the heater. Very ugly damage.
    Now why didn't I find out before. Most of the time, the wife turns on the dishwasher in the evening. In the morning, he turns off the main switch and goes to work, and he takes out the dishes in the afternoon. So, for several hours at night, the heater consumed 2000W. As I calculated, a new dishwasher went in the back.
    I signed up, but maybe it will be useful to someone.
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