Power Cost Monitor

By Robert Robillard on Energy Saving

Power Cost Monitor

Home Energy Monitoring Made Easy

Ever wonder which appliances in your home eat up the most energy?  If you did know, would you use that knowledge to reduce your energy consumption either by shutting items off or replacing with an energy star rated appliance.   

The PowerCost Monitor is a wireless energy monitor that displays how much electricity the user’s home consumes from moment to moment and in total.


Power Cost Monitor

The beauty of the Power Cost Monitor is that it tells you at a glance how much electricity your home is using from moment-to-moment which allows you to make decisions and changes to save you electricity.

A counter top display unit can present total electricity costs in dollars and cents and in kilowatt hours, and users can see their peak energy cost within the last 24 hours.

A sensor unit attaches to the outside of a home’s electric utility meter and wireless transmits use information to the Power Cost Monitor.

I’m not sure I’m ready to purchase one of these baby’s but I did find it very interesting!


Source: www.bluelineinnovations.com.

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