We aim to update our mapping system in real time where possible. Information available includes:
Fault reference number
Emergency service centre number to call for more information or to report other power cuts.
Areas affected by the network faults (by post code)*
Time the power went off
Time the next status update is due*
Time an engineer is expected to arrive*
Time the fault should be fixed*
The app displays pins on a map overlay showing areas affected by current power cuts. Tapping on this pin gives you a link to more information about the problem. Power Track also provides a summary list of reported power cuts.
Customers can register (and subsequently un-register) to receive automatic updates on any current power cut(s). These updates include:
Time the next status update is due*
Time an engineer is expected to arrive*
Time the fault is expected to be fixed*
Confirmation that the fault has been resolved*
Note: When the fault has been resolved it will be no longer visible on Power Track and the Push Notifications will no longer link to the fault.
In normal circumstances each reported power cut will be represented on the UK map by an individual pin. Where we have a number of concurrent power cuts in a particular area a merged pin will be displayed in the centre of the affected region. When a customer zooms into this region of the map the merged pin will split out into the individual fault pins.
There may be situations when severe weather conditions occur, which affects a large part of our network area(s). In these situations Power Track will provide an update for the whole affected area rather than for individual faults.
Manage your energy on the go.
Our Android App allows you to quickly and easily submit your meter readings, view your bill and make a payment. Take complete control of your gas and energy needs with the No.1 energy app.
If you’re a Direct Debit customer you can keep an eye on how much you’re paying and make sure you’re on track with energy.
You can also keep track of your energy usage to make sure you’re in control of how much you’re using, and compare it with other customers in your local area.
If you’re a HomeCare customer, you can book an engineer to fix a breakdown for gas or electricity and book an Annual Service visit appointment. *(For customers with a excess on their account currently cannot use this service)*
View how many Nectar points you’re earning with British Gas, check to see how much your gas and electricity is benefitting you with your Nectar card.
• Log in or register for an online British Gas account.
• Quickly and simply submit meter readings for both your gas and electricity accounts.
• A torch to help you read meters for gas and electricity in dark places.
• View and pay your energy bill, you can even download a PDF of your Gas and electricity bill.
• Manage your Direct Debit, by increasing or decreasing your payments for your energy.
• View detailed account information including your account balance, payment history and tariff.
• View your energy consumption month by month with our comprehensive graphs
• Book an engineer to fix a faulty appliance or to complete an Annual Service.
• Compare your energy usage with others in your local area. View if you are the highest consumer of gas or electricity in your area.
• Check the points balance of your Nectar card and see how many points have you’ve earned by being a British Gas customer.
• 24 hour emergency telephone numbers for all your gas and electrical needs.
• Contact our customer services by email or telephone.
Business customers don’t need to log in. Just press the ‘Business Customers’ icon on the app homepage.
If you do experience any problems with the app, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll need a brief description of the problem, which Android phone you’re using, the version of the operating system you have, and the email address you use to log in.
This application is not specifically designed to work with tablet devices.
Here's what you can do:
Top Up your PrePay Meter (NI and ROI)
Register for My SSE Airtricity
Create an online account - all you need is your account number.
e-Billing made even simpler
View and pay* your latest bill, or see all your past bills.
Stay on top of meter readings
Submit meter readings to avoid estimated bills, and see your meter reading history.
Manage your account
Update your email address and other personal details.
From the entered data, the application calculates the average normalized rate of consumption per hour, day, week, or month (bewteen two readings) and draws a graph showing the consumption rate over time. The total amount of actually used energy during each day, week, month, or quarter is displayed as a bar graph or table. If the average cost per unit is provided, the graphs can also show the amount of money instead of energy.
For CLOUD SYNC: Please install a suitable auto-sync app for your favorite cloud service and set it up to sync the contents of the ECAS data folder. Since there are so many cloud services to choose from and ready-made auto-sync apps are available for free, ECAS does not duplicate this functionality. This also means that ECAS does not need any network access rights.
Meter exchange or reset is detected automatically and consumption data is recorded seamlessly across the reset.
Pinch zoom can be used on the trend and bar graph pages. In landscape orientation, comments are displayed in the list view.
Indirect metering is supoorted. In this case, the meter value is multiplied with a certain factor to convert it to the final energy value. Two separate unit texts can be entered, one for the meter and one for the actual energy value.
Meters can be marked to count backwards, which can happen with prepaid meters, showing the amount of remaining prepaid energy instead of used energy.
Virtual meters can be used to display the sum of individual meters and do simple unit conversion, for example from m3 to kWh. Please note that you should read your physical meters which are part of a virtual meter all around the same time for best results.
Meter data can be imported from and exported to CSV files from the context menu of each meter (long-press on the meter entry). Meters can also be edited and deleted via this context menu.
In addition to meter readings, sensor data like temperature or wind speed can be recorded. At the moment, this data is shown separately, but may be shown in combination with meter data in future releases.
ECAS is currently available in the following languages:
English, German, Japanese: Maintained by developer.
Czech: Provided by ONovy
Danish: Provided by Kim
Dutch: Provided by Gerard
French: Provided by Bernard
Hungarian: Provided by Peter
Italian: Provided by SDS
Polish: Provided by Sławomir Soch
Romanian: Provided by Lucian
Russian: Provided by Nikolai
Slovak: Provided by Silvio
Slovenian: Provided by Tomi
Spanish: Provided by Javier
Swedish: Provided by Lars
Turkish: Provided by Suphi
Want to run ECAS in your own language? Visit the ECAS website and check out the translation page!
IMPORTANT NOTE: The trend graph does NOT show total amount of energy used. The bar graph is used for this information. The trend graph shows usage values normalized to a certain time period (hour/day/week/month or year). If your meter records a usage of 10kWh within one hour (10kW power), the trend will show a usage rate of 240kWh per day for that measurement point (10kWh/h = 10kW power rating, normalized to one day -> 10kW * 24h = 240kWh). This is by design.
In case of questions or bug reports, please check the website (FAQ section) or send me an email.
Display an augmented reality (AR) topographic terrain view from the top of nearly 5500 hills and mountains of Scotland based on the hill data database maintained at 'http://www.hills-database.co.uk'.
Browse and display individual hills details, then select the annotated 3-D panoramic view option to create a representation of the 3-D surrounding topographic terrain (up to 30Km) with visible hills labelled. The panoramic display can be automatically updated via the device sensors to provide an augmented reality (AR) overlay view of the surrounding terrain in conjunction with the rear camera.
Simply point your device and the terrain is displayed and the visible hills are labelled on the terrain view. Other similar apps only account for the line-of-sight hill direction without considering the actual terrain between your viewpoint and a hill location, where nearer hills tend to obscure further away hills, irrespective of height. This app calculates the hills that are actually visible based on location and surrounding terrain.
Does not require an Internet connection to display terrain view (since you're not likely to have one at the top of a hill), all hill / terrain data is stored within the app.
The list of hills can be browsed manually, searched by name and filtered based on hill-type e.g. Munro etc. The filtered hills can also be displayed on a scaled map view (requires Internet connection), that allows for adaptive zooming i.e. more hills are shown as you zoom in.
Features of PRO (paid) version:
There is a GPS option to determine your current location automatically and display the surrounding annotated 3-D view anywhere within Scotland, not just hilltops. A preview of the nearby hills is also displayed on a scaled 'radar-view' that rotates with the device.
This version also allows for locations to be entered manually based on either grid reference or latitude/longitude and display the surrounding annotated 3-D view anywhere within Scotland, not just hilltops. A preview of the nearby hills is also display on a scaled 'radar-view' that rotates with the device. There is also the ability to use the map-view to select any location within Scotland and display the surrounding annotated 3-D view.
The PRO version allows for a 'pinch-zoom' facility on the 3-D panoramic view (if supported by device camera).
Note: Requires 'Google Play Services' App
Based on the readings entered, it is possible to get a graphical overview of the monthly usage as well as statistics like total average and usage pr. day.
The app comes with 3 predefined meters (Electricity, Heat, Water), which can be altered or deleted as you see fit.
The basic version comes with a limit of 3 meters and no option to import/export data. The app can be upgraded through in-app purchase to lift these restrictions.
FEATURES (ALL VERSIONS):
- User defined meter names and units.
- Virtual meters
- Flashlight when reading meters.
- Notifications when it is time to read the meters.
- Support for replaced meters and meters starting over.
- Advanced graphical overview of usage
- Advanced statistics of usage
- Unlimited number of meters
- Comments for individual readings.
- Customizable notification timers.
- Import of data from SD-card, Google Drive or Dropbox (CSV or SQLite Database)
- Export of data to SD-card, Google Drive or Dropbox (CSV or SQLite Database)
- No ads
A few people are having trouble upgrading through the app. This is a known bug in Android Market and Google are working on fixing it. If you encounter this, please see http://www.ilios.dk/meterreadings for advice on how to solve this.
Thanks to Valent Turkovic for testing new features.
Thanks to Franziska Bury and Philipp Tigges for the German translation.
Thanks to Ovidiu Bucse for the Romainian translation.
Thanks to Dariusz Bartczak for the Polish translation.
Thanks to Klaas Baarssen for the Dutch translation.
Please email email@example.com if you experience any errors using the app or have suggestions for new functionality.
• Hunt down those battery draining Apps with the App Sucker
• Always know your battery state and time left estimates with a optional status bar notification
• Overlay the stock battery icon with the icon pack add-on.
• Dig deep into how an App uses your battery - including wakelock details
• Sort your app suckers by things such as CPU & sensor usage, app wakelocks, wake time, and kernel wakelocks.
• Set a custom time reference to see stats over a certain period of time.
• See time remaining estimates based on current and historical usage
• See historical averages - how long does your battery usually last?
• Add a widget to your home screen showing the battery status and time remaining
• Include all sorts of great battery information in your DashClock widget using the included DashClock Extension
• Download or create your own icon themes
• Set customizable alarms for various charge states, temperature, and battery health
If you have a Tablet, then you'll want to check out the Professional Edition. It includes:
• Optimized views for Tablets or other devices with large screens.
• More accurate time remaining estimates for devices such as tablets with long standby times.
For more information including instructions on creating your own Icon Packs, see:
NOTE: Please email me if you encounter any issues with this app.
Permissions: Please see the users-guide for a full explanation of the permissions that GSam Battery Monitor requires: http://badassbatterymonitor.blogspot.com/2011/11/badass-battery-monitor-users-guide.html#permissions
• Russian (Thanks to Dmitry Chernogaev)
• French (Thanks to Jaworski Johan)
• Italian (Thanks to Fabio Abbà)
• Hungarian (Thanks to István Kriskó (Stefi))
• Czech (Thanks to Matěj Trakal)
• Swedish (Thanks to Pontus Edgren & Göran Helsingborg)
• Dutch (Thanks to ArTsLeOpS)
• Hebrew (Thanks to Michael Sandler)
• Chinese (Thanks to Gavin Fang)
• Turkish (Thanks to Saldıray Günal)
• Polish (Thanks to cvxcvx)
• German (Thanks to Jan Fortein)
• Spanish (Thanks to Carlos Salazar & Broquen)
• Ukrainian (Thanks to Yaroslav Brukh)
• Portuguese (Thanks to João Ricardo)
• Traditional Chinese (Thanks to Andy)
• Armenian (Thanks to Hrant Ohanyan)
• Catalan (Thanks to Josep Rey Cases)
• Slovak (Thanks to Pavol Šrank)
• Interested in translating? See http://code.google.com/p/gsam-battery-monitor-translation/
Measure the charging and discharging current of your battery.
- Alerts on device
- Alerts on Android Wear
The app works on Android 4.0.3+ devices. Not every device is supported because there are devices which lacks an appropriate measurement chip (or the interface) and they can not be supported at all. Please read the list of not supported phones at the end of the description.
The app is not meant to be mA accurate. It is only good for evaluate which Charger/USB cable combo is working the best for you on the same device.
Please read also the FAQ: http://goo.gl/R8XgXX
Start the app and wait ca. 10 seconds ("measuring" is on the display). After this time, the charging or discharging current will be shown.
The current depends on many things:
- Charger (USB/AC/Wireless)
- USB cable
- Phone type
- Current tasks running
- Display brightness
- WiFi state
- GPS state
Please don't use the readings on this app as concrete science. However, the readings are good enough to relatively measure how various chargers and USB cables fair on the same device.
If the app shows 0mA all the time, please use the settings option "Old measurement method". You can force the app with it to use the old measurement interface, if the Lollipop device has at least one.
Unfortunately some Samsung devices don't give correct (measured) values (e.g.: S5), just the maximum possible charging current with the actual USB cable/charger configuration. This is a firmware problem.
Background info: The app measures the charging/discharging current of the battery. If your phone is not connected to a charger, you see the discharging current which is negative. If you connect a charger then the current what the charger gives will be used to supply your phone and the remaining power will be charged into the battery.
If your phone consumes 300 mA without a charger connected (-300mA on the display), then a 500 mA charger will charge your battery maximum with 200 mA current (200mA on display).
Technical info: The displayed current is an average value from 50 measurements minus the 10 upper values and the 10 lower values. The displayed current can be shaky or unstable or even zero which means, that the Android system provides unstable values. Every company uses different battery types and other hardware making it difficult to get accurate results about your charger.
LiPo batteries don't draw the maximum for the full time it takes to charge the phone. If your battery is charged almost full then the charging current will be much less as by lower battery levels.
- A graph explaining LiPo charge stages: http://batteryuniversity.com/_img/content/ion1.jpg
- Dave's (EEVBlog) LiPo Charging Tutorial: http://youtu.be/A6mKd5_-abk
Phones/ROMS compatible only with "Old measurement method" switched on and selected the right "Measurement interface":
➤ HTC One M7 / M8
➤ LG G3
Phones/ROMS reported to be not working with this app:
➤ Galaxy Grand Prime - fortuna3gdtv
➤ Galaxy Note2 - t03g, t03gchn, t03gchnduos, t03gcmcc, t03gctc, t03gcuduos
➤ Galaxy S3 - d2att, d2spr, d2vmu
➤ Galaxy Tab4 7.0 - degas3g
➤ HTC Desire 510 - htc_a11ul8x26
➤ HTC One S (ville), X (endeavoru), XL (evita)
➤ HTC Sensation 4G - pyramid
Please do not give wrong rating, if your phone is one of the above. Not the app is wrong, but your phone does not support this kind of measurement yet.
If the app doesn't work on your device with pre-Lollipop Android version, then please read the first and the second posts in this XDA developer forum thread: http://goo.gl/pZqJg8 . Please post your problem with screenshots in the XDA thread.
Please read also the FAQ: http://goo.gl/R8XgXX
Only android app in the world to transform your smart phone into network test tool.
Perform outdoor drive tests and indoor tests with RantCell app
Perform long repetitive speedtest to get average values on of 2G(GPRS,EDGE,GSM),3G (UMTS,HSDPA,HSPA,HSPA+),4G(LTE) ,Wi-Fi and CDMA
FTP download and upload for speedtest
Everything about your network coverage, performance ,signal quality and data speeds.
Tests download speed (downlink), upload speed (uplink), packet drops, round-trip delay time(RTT) values and latency
Two data units in kbps, Mbps
Performs voice calls to get the call setup success rates % (Dropped call) and setup time.
Perform long repetitive ping test and voice call test
Vital information about the test IP address, operator name, connection type, signal strength (RSSI), MNC, MCC, Cell ID (CID), LAC and PSC
Information about signal strength RSRP, RSRQ and Physical cell ID (PCI) for 4G
Finds location of the device (Latitude, Longitude) and also can find where you did tests.
Ability to customize time interval between tests, the number of FTP connections and number of iterations.
Detailed information about the tests (measured value of download/upload/ping, connection type and call status)
Logs maps information while running tests
Test results shown on graphical UI
Maintains history of test results data.
Perform post analysis by export of test result and share results in csv format (Requires In app purchase)
Identify areas with coverage issues and dropped calls.
Perfect android app for test automation of speedtest, latency and call test.
Percentage of call setup success and average data speed can be measured.
Capable of identifying dropped calls through test automation.
All vital information such as signal strength, coverage, Cell ID and operator name is captured in the background while tests are progressing on the RantCell app.
As a field test tool for speed test and benchmark cellular net.
Identify ping (latency) on GSM, UMTS, LTE, Wi-Fi and CDMA
App can be installed on multiple devices and use it as a load generator.
Identify phone congestion issues by running long iterations test campaign (Load Generator)
Comparison of performance (KPI) with other operators for example Vodafone, EE, 02 (With multiple devices)
Validation of services on cellular net.
To get mobile coverage information
Configure your own FTP server to get more accurate measurements.
Supports and detect network types, of 2G(GPRS,EDGE,GSM),3G (UMTS,HSDPA,HSPA,HSPA+),4G(LTE) ,Wi-Fi ,CDMA and CDMA EVDO.
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