- What's Included
Now you can determine what it costs to run the electric water heater, energy-efficient refrigerator or any plug-in appliance. Just plug an appliance into The Watts Up? .net, and it will instantly start measuring electricity thousands of times a second and displays that information in true dollars and cents. The Watts Up? .net takes things a step further by giving you access to data via the built in web server and also offers internet enabled power switching. Track up to 18 different electrical values in real time, with peak readings that capture surges and a duty cycle that identifies how often loads are running. This product is ideal for remote monitoring of appliances gives you the power to actively reduce power consumption during peak times.
The Watts Up? .net measures voltage and current information thousands of times a second, yet is simple to use. Only six values are displayed in the main modes. Additional information is available in the detail mode. Clear English wording on the LCD is used to describe what is displayed.
Super Fast Response Allows for Additional Data Collection
The Watts Up? .net measures voltage and current information thousands of times a second, yet is simple to use. Only six values are displayed in the main modes. Additional information is available in the detail mode. Clear English wording on the LCD is used to describe what is displayed. It has an incredibly fast response time, enabling you to "see the surge" of power when appliances are first turned on. Input is via a 6' electric cord, output is via an outlet on top of meter. The peak value display captures this surge so it's displayed even if it happens too fast to see live. The minimum voltage display shows the line quality and voltage dips. Minimum current and minimum watts can be used to monitor variances in appliances that run continuously. Watts Up? .net also measures true RMS power (including power factor) which is what utilities charge for. It can hold over 120,000 records and includes analysis tools like the Payback Calculator, which automatically calculates the time required for a new energy-efficient appliance to pay for itself. Monthly savings are highlighted, so you may easily compare to the purchase price of the new appliance.
The Watts Up? .net stores 6,500 data points in non-volatile memory, which can be retrieved even if power is lost. The sample rate resolution increases over time, beginning at one second (sample rate equals total time divided by 1000), so years of usage can be accurately recorded. The included USB cable allows data to be quickly downloaded to a PC where the software creates a data table and easily manipulated graphs. The data can also be exported in a comma-delimited format to popular spreadsheet programs for further analysis.
Accuracy is of the displayed value, not the range. Some devices claim a smaller number for accuracy but it refers to the range. For instance, a specification of 0.2% of the range sounds good, but it is actually 3.6% of the display (.02 * 1800 = 3.6), which is a worse accuracy.
To access data and remotely power switch an appliance, you will need to connect the Watts Up? .net to a router via an ethernet (cat.5 cable), not included, and download/install the free utility software.
For indoor use only.
Manufacturer: Watts Up? Manufacturer Product No.: 72222 Dimensions: 7" x 4" x 2" (18cm x 10cm x 5cm) Weight: 1.5 lbs (0.7 kg) UL Rating:k 3111-1 Power: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 amps continuous Displayed Value: • +/- 3%, +/- 2 counts of the displayed value for loads above 10 watts
• +/- 5%, +/- 3 counts of the displayed value for loads below 10 watts
Altitude: Up to 2000 meters Temperature: 50 C to 400 C, Maximum relative humidity 80% for temperatures up to 310 C decreasing linearly to 50% relative humidity at 400 C Internet Capable: Yes; ethernet connection to a router required Fluctuation: Not to exceed +/- 10% of the nominal voltage Energy Cost: $0.001 to $2.00 per kilowatt hour, in tenths of a penny
- Watts Up? PRO ES Power Meter
- USB to USB mini cable
- Owner's Manual
- Watts Up? PRO ES Power Meter