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  • Current cost energy saving monitor ENVI-CC128
  • Complete unit with transmitter
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Technical Details
Brand Current Cost
Model NumberENVI-CC128
ColourBlack
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions35.6 x 17.4 x 5.8 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB002FVJA5I
Best Sellers Rank 597,398 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
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Date First Available2 July 2009
  
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Current cost energy saving monitor ENVI-CC128 Complete unit with transmitter Item name: CC128 and has a power of 3.5 mA



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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Guppy M on 11 Nov. 2010
The information from this device may not be as much as some people would like - but if you buy the cable to connect it to a computer your world is opened upto the Google Powermeter which helps you get the most out of the unit - you can track base usage, you can see what you used at a particular time the week or month before and most of all you can see it in graph and block form. Google power meter is a great tool that is free do not look at the other software offered by the Current cost website they are difficult to down load and google have made it so easy. I can also get a weekly alert on my power usage. Great Combo
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By P. M. Fernandez VINE VOICE on 20 Jan. 2011
We've been using one of these for a while now.

Good bits first. It is very easy to fit - the device works (I assume) by induction. The sensor has a clip which fits round one of your mains wires, and then communicates wirelessly with the monitor. It sets itself up automatically, and it is apparently compatible with further units, which can be added and set up with similar ease.

If you are displaying this visibly somewhere, the feedback on power usage will almost certainly result in you increasingly switching off unnecessary lights and appliances. This is how it is likely to pay for itself. We have notices changes in our behaviour, and in the event that you don't know which the expensive lights in your house are, this will remind you.

Now the not-so-good. The sticky pad which is supposed to support the sensor isn't strong (or alternatively, large) enough; our transmitter thingy has ended up falling off where it was stuck. The velcro join is fine; it's the sticky pad that doesn't hold the weight of the transmitter when stuck to a smooth plastic surface. Maybe I needed to press it on harder, but I'm wary of pushing too hard on the side of the consumer unit!

Most of the displayed information is, to be honest, a little over-the-top and limited in value. The bar graphs have no scale, so don't really offer much except a vague comparison. The "cost" indication is all very well - it can be set to what you are paying - but the sort of person who can make sense of the concept of electricity units is likely to also be able to make deductions about cost from those values.

We are generating some of our own electricity (with solar panels).
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Garrett on 15 Oct. 2010
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Well made product that looks good and with the added functionality of being able to connect to your PC,The unit itself looks good, can be adjusted as to the price you pay for your electric, and is an eyeopener as to the amount of energy your house uses throughout the day and indeed the week and month (graph chart) .

I will not cover the downloadable content for monitoring this product as of yet i have not used that function, however it should be noted that some of the downloadable content is 3rd party I.E not from the maker of this unit and cannot therefore be fairly linked to it if it does not work
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm on 10 Dec. 2010
I have had this model for a year now and would not be without one ever again. It has totally changed the way I look at electricity useage/wasteage and how I can save money. You can see your actual electricity useage constantly displayed which is shown along with the actual cost per day, daily/weekly and monthly past useage at a glance. Instantly see how much power is being used by any appliance as you switch it on or off. Very soon there will be individual appliance monitors available which will transmit to your energy monitor. (It is already set up to receive this information). I have managed to easily save about 140 kwh per quarter, which works out at about £85 per year. It was no problem to set up the Energy Station software (on a pc using Windows) and when I have the pc switched on I can now see at a glance in graph form the minute by minute total electricity useage or daily/monthly/annual electricity used. The Current Cost unit stores 7 years data and auto downloads all data to the pc every odd hour when the software is running or you can do it manually at any time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By AvidReader on 14 Feb. 2010
I found that the product was very easy to set up and has worked perfectly. The whole thing feels well made and the display looks good enough to have in full view which made me choose this model over others available.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Guy Evans on 29 Nov. 2010
ENVI CC128 White - Energy Saving Monitor - Complete Unit With Transmitter

An incredible product which helps you monitor and lower your energy consumption around the home.

I've been recommending these devices to all my friends and family, with the hope that they too will also make huge savings on their energy bills, while also helping to reduce their carbon emissions.

Its a very simple device to use and since buying mine approximately 3 months ago, I've managed to greatly reduce my quarterly electricity bill.

I would recommend anyone to purchase one of these devices.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By K. E. Gould on 1 Dec. 2009
I purchased this because it looked like it would give me the information I need to manage the costs of electricity in a new office I've just taken over. The unit is quite well made and certainly presents enough information for me to be sure where the costs are, and which items chew up the most power. I've used other kit (Efergy) which gives less information on the display but is portable (being battery powered). The ENVI-CC128 looks (from it's pack shots) to be a portable device in a base station but the base is just a stand for the unit, which is dependant on a mains power adaptor. The company aims to introduce devices which will allow monitoring of individual sockets as well as the total power consumed. I'm looking forward to using these.

A key reason for purchasing an ENVI-CC128 was it's ability to communicate with Personal Computers. I only use Macs and my choice was influenced by the fact that one of the (many) third parties listed on the Current Cost web site has an application which runs on Mac's. My experience with this software is so bad that I would advise that you do not purchase an ENVI-CC128 if you really want to monitor or analyse your data using Mac OS X based systems. The software is very poorly implemented (from a Mac OS UI point of view) and has repeatedly crashed the machine it was running on (a hard task with Mac OS X).
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