What are the differences between S-Energy Manager image 1.06 and 1.08?

FAQ #101634

In January 2012 a new image and firmware for the S-Energy Manager has been released. This FAQ lists the main differences between these versions.


S-Energy Manager image 1.08 (January 2012) 

  • Firmware version
    - The auto-scaling of the live trend was not working with firmware 1.18.07
    - A "phase error" on one phase of a counter caused an error indication or all
      three phases
    - After a "Restore to default" not all parameters were correctly restored
  • S-Web Editor project version 2.01.07 
    - Some html tags were not correcly displayed when viewing the Web project
    on Chinese PCs
  • Application running inside the Manager version 1.08.02
    - Print works again after a “Save config”Support of printing reports  

S-Energy Manager image 1.06 (September 2011)

  • Firmware version 1.18.07
    - Support of the "Easy Install tool" for updating the application
      and S-Web Editor project
    - Support of printing reports (if the IP of a printer is configured
      and the printer supports the protocol PCL 5c or PCL 6)
    - Possibility of measuring energy over pulse inputs of the S-Energy Manager
    - Reset "min / max" sets to current value (before always to '0')
    - Default size for heap1 and heap2 decrease to 512kB each (before it was 768kB)
    - Reduced amount of external font files to a maximum of 24

Firmware version 1.16.37 (July 2011)
At this time no image version was released.

  • The amount of groups has been increased to 32 with 64 members each
  • The display of the month February has been corrected 
  • Corrected change of months
  • Automatical display of the first found S-Bus address after a reboot
  • Corrected calculation of group energy consumptions


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