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Current Cost EnviR Wireless Home Energy Savings Monitor with Transmitter - White

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  • insulation
  • energy bill
  • energy conservation
  • energy saving
  • weatherization

Product Description

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Everything you need to start monitoring your homes energy consumption. The kit includes: Display with power supply, 2 slip-on clamps. Transmitter with 7 year battery life, Installation manual. Kits come with everything you need. Saves Energy - Reduces Utility Bills. See in REAL-TIME how much electricity your whole home is using! Monitor displays energy use in Dollars and Kilowatts. Allows you to lower your energy usage - save 15% or more! Our Weatherization Products Help You Green Your Home, Stop Drafts, and Lower Your Energy Bills! We manufacture Green Weatherization Home Energy Conservation Draft Stopper Products in the U.S.A. Our products help stop drafts, reduce your energy bills, save you money, and improve the comfort of your home. We sell direct to you - buy from the manufacturer. Fireplace Plugs, Whole House Fan Shutter Covers, R-50 Attic Stair Covers, R-42 EZ Hatch Attic Access Scuttle Doors, Dog Pet Doors, Dryer Vent Seals, Radon Test Kits, Air Conditioner Covers, Recessed Light Covers, Insulated Switch Plate Covers, Insulated Crawl Space Vents, Premium and Economy In-Line Duct Back Draft Dampers, Home Energy Monitors, and more! Our green home energy star weatherization products SAVE YOU MONEY ON YOUR ENERGY BILLS by reducing drafts and air-leaks around often overlooked "holes", including the attic stairs, the attic scuttle access door, the whole house fan, the fireplace, the clothes dryer, the air conditioner, switch plates, recessed lights, the bathroom, kitchen, clothes dryer exhaust fans, pet door, crawl space vents, and more! Use our energy monitor to measure your energy savings! By sealing these air leaks, our products reduce cold drafts and heat loss in the winter, as well as air-conditioning loss in the summer. Our products are MADE IN U.S.A.!

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Technical Details
Part Number EnviR
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions24 x 2 x 6 inches
Item model numberEnviR
ColorWhite
Voltage240 volts
Item Package Quantity1
CertificationETSI
Special Featuresinsulation, energy bill, energy conservation, energy saving, weatherization
Battery Cell TypeNiCAD
Warranty DescriptionSatisfaction guaranteed
  
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ASINB002J9IDSG
Best Sellers Rank #195,186 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 16, 2010
  
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76 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Sean Ong on July 30, 2011
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I rarely make video reviews, but thought that this product needed one since it's a fairly complicated device (at least in theory). I hope everyone finds this helpful!
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Ov3rTheHill on September 30, 2010
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Amazing how much you can find out about your appliances with this. I had no idea my chandelier was burning 300 Watts 8 hours a day; that makes it worth going to LED bulbs. I can see the 6KW my air conditioner takes when it kicks in, so I'm using fans when the outside temp drops below the inside temp -- and my lovely wife understands!! A home water cooler was burning 60 Watts night and day, now it's on a remotely controlled power strip. I also found out that putting a non-dimmable CFL on a dimmer ages it quickly, and can make them take up to 3x their rated power before they burn out. Graphing the realtime output takes external software and my favorite one ( at [...]) takes linux, bash, networking and perl skills to get to working, but you don't need any of that to start finding out what influences your electric bill.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Michael Clay on March 2, 2011
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The Envi was easy to set up.

It works well - understand it calculates your usage using the current that the CT Clamps are measuring so it is not 100% accurate - My calculations have it within about 3-5 % however which is close enough to get a idea of what you are using and wasting energy on.

Google Power Meter is OK - it is not the best however.

Do a GOOGLE search for VSPE Virtual Serial Port Emulator. This will let let you clone the output so that you can use more than one piece of tracking software.

I use Google Power Meter and the ENVI Techtoniq Monitor. Both use less than 3% of my CPU on an ATOM Based NetTop.

The Techtoniq software has better graphs. I am still trying out others but so far it looks like it is just about the best.

Later and Good Luck.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By DP on June 23, 2011
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I was suspicious as this unit cost 1/3 of some of the wireless ones with the same feature sets. The electric company wouldn't give me the wireless key required by many, so I decided to try this little unit out.

If your breaker panel is jammed full it may be hard to fit in the clamps and wireless sending unit. In fact, mine had a horizontal bar for the main feed so I couldn't put it inside the panel, but clamped them right on the two mains coming from the street. I've ran and tested it for two months now, and am incredibly happy with the results so far. Each month it has been within 1% of what the electric company reported. Monitoring it has allowed me to find items that were plugged in but not being used (IE computer scanner, amp), that were still pulling 75-80 watts just by being plugged in. It also helped me identify that the hvac people mis-wired my AC system by watching the wattage pulls- my heat strips weren't working when they were supposed to, and my 1st & 2nd cooling stages were reversed.

It's easy to install/configure, only took me about 5 minutes to do it, and so far I've been able to drop my electric bill by 60% since I've been using it.... for the price you just can't beat it. Note that I have this setup to monitor the whole house, I didn't need to put it on any specific device as you can view each devices wattage pull by default when it's powered on. If you want to monitor individual devices you can, but you have to buy more sending units and I had no reason to justify the extra cost.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Allan Ramos on January 9, 2012
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Will be brief. I live in Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep. where we have energy issues, utilities have been unreliable for over 50 years and energy costs exceeds, by far, U.S. an United Kingdom prices of a Kwh (short for kilowatt hour). A Kwh in the end run is basically how much energy (watts) you use per time (hour), using a simple math formula (watts --or Kilowatts-- x time = Kwh). Less Kwh means less money on your budget, so Kwh reduction is your target for energy savings.

The EnviR is apparently a household common device used for some time in the United Kingdom and recently elsewhere and I bought it some weeks ago. The manual is very deficient and a better online version or a downloadable .pdf version is a must, if the manufacturer just wants to save on paper costs as the monitor intends to save us on energy use.

Don't take me for granted 100% as we all have different requirements and hardware at our homes, but this is the homework I did on the version intended for the USA 120-240 volts AC protocol: buy the EnviR (Home Energy Monitor) at Amazon, of course. Set it up at or near your electric panel using the two included sensors (they are just amperimeters) that measure amps (amps x voltage = watts) and relay, wirelessly, the data to a display which surprisingly reaches quite far, considering all the concrete it needs to travel at home.

Connect the two included sensors to the transmitter, which is not small buy not large by any means. Follow the manual and set up the display and you will start receiving the data. Took me 15 minutes or less. But remember, as in computers, nothing is "Plug and Play" but "Plug and Pray".

The display shows all needed info except how much money you are really spending per day, week or month.
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