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An Innovative Approach to Energy Efficiency

Despite its small size, the PowerCost Monitor is a powerful direct feedback device for your home. You can see at a glance, in real time, how much electricity your home is using. Your PowerCost Monitor's smart technology measures your home's electricity use and displays that information in a way that you can understand. Your PowerCost Monitor displays and calculates this information in dollars and cents and kilowatt hours.

  • powercost monitorAn easy to install Sensor Unit that you can simply attach to your utility meter outside the house. It does not affect the meter. Once fastened in place, the sensor reads the amount of electricity the household is consuming in real-time and transmits the information wirelessly to the Display Unit, located inside the home.

  • powercost monitorThe attractive Display Unit looks like a small digital clock. It fits inconspicuously on a countertop or other convenient household location. It is programmed to decode your Sensor Unit's signal. This information is displayed in large digital numbers that tell you at a glance, in real-time:

    • How much electricity your home is using in real time;
    • How much money you are spending on electricity as you consume it;
    • The highest amount you spent on your energy usage in a 24 hour period;
    • The time, the temperature at meter location, signal strength and the battery strength of both the display and sensor units.

  •           PowerCost Monitor Saves you money
    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 five percent of the actual amount.