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Watts Up .NET – save money big time with this combi power meter and web server


Watts Up .NET is a power consumption meter that uses an internal web server to let you remotely track the consumption of your electrical devices using any remote web browser. We’re not talking a simple data set here either, this puppy will measure wattage, average monthly costs, volt hours and a bunch of other stats which should keep you busy calculating for a good while. Check out these Amazon reviews to get an idea of how useful a money saver this thing can be. There’s also a cheaper non Internet enabled model, so there’s no excuse not to help save the planet, OK? More here. $229.95.


 Connect a wireless adapter (for example the D-Link DWL-G820 Ethernet to Wireless Bridge Adapter) into the meter«M,14[closed single quote]»s ethernet port, and the meter can be used wirelessly. The device measures current watts, min/max watts, power factor, average monthly cost, and 12 other energy consumption parameters. In addition, the .Net introduces active energy savings.

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