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Energenie Power Meter

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  • Measure the energy use and cost of running household appliances
  • Discover which appliances are the worst energy offenders to lower your power bill
  • Reduce carbon emissions
  • Easy to use
  • Allows for two different price/tariff inputs

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
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  • Item model number: ENER007
  • ASIN: B003ELLGDC
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 30 Mar. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (156 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Simply plug it into a powered mains socket and then plug your appliance into it. The meter will monitor the e nergy usage of your appliance .

The Energy Saving Power Meter will measure the energy use (and calculate costs) of running household appliances.

This helps you lower your power bill and reduce carbon emissions, as you discover which appliances are the worst energy offenders and then work out ways to limit their use. You can plug any 13 amp-rated household appliance into this power meter in plug adapter format to access its energy consumption and carbon footprint.

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    Customer Reviews

    3.7 out of 5 stars

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    104 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Rochdale Gary on 4 Dec. 2010
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    It's a good pruduct allows you to tell how much you are paying for electricity on individual devices,and you can set it to see how much it uses overnight, useful to check how much standby costs on a device when you know you will be asleep, But the problem is, the only way to clear the readings ready for the next device is to reset the unit, then you have to re-enter all the prices, reset the time etc etc, this is a draw back. the display can be a little tricky to read as well, not all plug sockets are in places where you can easily read the display. but for the price you can't complain too much. If it wasn't for that I would be giving it 5 stars, as it is, 3 is about right.
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    98 of 100 people found the following review helpful By A. Coyle on 7 Dec. 2010
    I purchased this device to find out how much it costs to run an oil filled electric heater, over a whole day. It does exactly what it says on the tin. The heater costs far less to run than I had previously thought, and now I have no qualms about running it over the course of a cold day.

    Regarding the screen's readability; this is easily remedied with a short in-line extension lead, which will allow you to pick up the device to read it, at whatever level you feel comfortable.

    This is a reference device, which is useful for such applications as I described above. It doesn't make sense to use it as a permanent fixture as it does draw a small amount of power itself 0.5W. It is an excellent value device, which provides an ideal way to ascertain accurate energy usages over time.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By nigel on 2 Nov. 2013
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    I have had this monitor for 8 days and it is great for giving the total kWh which I then multiply by my electric suppliers cost-per-kWh. I do this as the monitor only allows 2 decimal places and my energy is priced to 3. I knew this before I bought the product so I'm fine with that.

    But.....he problems I have had are:-

    1) It requires re-setting every time a different appliance is used. This looses the time and also the cost per kWh. I emailed the company who were very helpful and confirmed this.

    2) The batteries supplied have nearly run down as the screen has started to fade more each time I use it.

    3) The reset button (a tiny pointed object requires inserting in to a small hole to activate) has now dissappeared inside the casing (which has security screws so is not designed to be opened).

    I will be sending it back.
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    25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By David R. on 14 Feb. 2013
    I've had this for several months. I won't repeat the criticisms that others have made about it (and with which I agree) but I'll mention something which I don't think others have picked up on.

    I have had several bulbs "blow" in quick succession and so I wanted to check the voltage being delivered to my house. The reading was around 250 volts and, over several weeks, has stayed that way, sometimes reading as much as 253 volts and never less than 248 volts. 252 volts is at the limit of the permissible range before one can complain to the electricity company. So I thought I would check with a known-to-be-accurate multimeter. That read 230 volts - which is what it should be.

    If the voltage reading is so badly out then just how accurate are the other readings? In other words, is it any use at all?
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    30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Donne Marshall on 13 Oct. 2011
    I had a close look at various products offered by Amazon for measuring energy usage in the home. In the end I opted for this product on the grounds of simplicity and cost. It has proved to have been an excellent choice. It has English square pin plugs so the first thing I had to do was to create extension leads with European plug and socket. This also made the device easier to position when connected to such items as fridges where the sockets are often in accessible. By a simple repeat pressing of a key on the pannel a variety of useful data is displayed. The voltage comes first with the frequency of the mains. Then one gets the current in amps, then instantaneous power drawn in watts followed by a maximum instantaneous power in watts since connecting the device. Other data follows in turn on pressing the key successively including the total energy taken since connection in kWh. There is a facility to set up two charging rates with their respective hours of application. Thus the total cost of running for example a fridge can be measured even when the cost varies with the time of day. There is also a 24 hour clock (you can set it to the English method of am and pm if you wish). I have few criticisms they are (i) the clock starts at zero again after 24 hours - it would be nice to have a date function so that long periods can be recorded without having to take a written not of the connection date and time. This is especially relevant when measuring consumption of eg washing machines and driers that are used irregularly at different times of day and at different settings and where power various dramatically during the cycles. (ii) The energy consumed in kWh is stated to one place of decimals.Read more ›
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    17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By ValD on 13 Oct. 2011
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    I bought this product to check the cost of running a range of electrical items, which is what most customers will be doing. The instructions say that you can clear the total KWh used by pressing the function key for 5 seconds. This is not correct and the manufacturers should have changed the instruction sheet by now.

    Other readings can be cleared by holding down the function key, but not the total energy used. This is a serious fault in the product as you have to reset everything [clock, cost per unit etc] every time you want to check a different electrical item. I should have read the product reviews before buying!

    As others have said, the meter is almost impossible to read when plugged in, but it does retain the information when removed from the socket so that's not too much of a problem.
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