An Innovative Approach to Energy Efficiency
The PowerCost Monitor™ is a home energy monitor that shows you what your household's electricity usage is from moment to moment, or over time. Your PowerCost Monitor™ uses a unique sensor technology that scans your power meter’s activity and calculates your home electricity usage. This information is transmitted wirelessly to an easy-to-read home power usage display.
You simply enter your utility's electricity rate in to the display; install the sensor on your meter (both are cordless and wireless) and start seeing your power usage in real time - in dollars and cents as well as in kilowatt hours. Watching which appliances and fixtures in your home increase your electricity usage, and which changes will save you the most money, makes it easy to save power and money.
Your PowerCost Monitor ™ Includes Two Components:
The Sensor Unit attaches easily to the outside of your electric utility meter. Once fastened in place, the special sensor reads your home electricity usage in real-time and transmits the information wirelessly to the power usage monitor, located inside your home The Sensor Unit attaches easily to the outside of your electric utility meter. Once fastened in place, the special sensor reads your home electricity usage in real-time and transmits the information wirelessly to the power usage monitor, located inside your home
A wireless, durable Power Monitor that resembles a small digital clock. With a range of up to 100ft from the sensor unit, you can place it just about anywhere in your home - in the kitchen, on your nightstand or conveniently placed on the wall in your hallway. Anytime of the day, you can look at your Power Monitor to see:
The PowerCost Monitor ™ only shows you what your electricity is costing you. Ultimately, it is up to you to use this information to reduce your electricity bill.
The PowerCost Monitor ™ is not a utility meter and is not intended for billing purposes. Data displayed is for informational purposes only. Due to when your meter is read by your utility and due to other utility charges, the "total" readings on your display will not exactly match what you see on your electricity bill. It is accurate within 1 percent of the actual amount, at the meter when referencing kWhs.