Kill a Watt EZ Electricity Usage Monitor
Item # P4460
Product DescriptionThe Kill A Watt EZ energy meter and electricity cost calculator will tell you the operating cost of any household appliance, in the same measurement units that your utility company charges you (kilowatt/hour), and in REAL cost per day, week, month, or year. This is the upgraded version of our P4400 Kill a Watt.
OverviewBuilding upon the success of the Kill A Watt Power Monitor (model P4400), P3 International has introduced an enhanced Power Monitor - the Kill A Watt EZ (model P4460). This unit has the same features and functionality of the original model, but adds the capability to program in your local utility rate and display projected costs in dollar and cents by hour, day, week, month or year. Additionally, the unit has a built-in battery backup to retain accumulated readings when power is interrupted.
Start reducing your energy bills with the Kill A Watt EZ electricity usage monitor. This device enables you to easily make the decisions that can save you money and reduce your electrical consumption. Virtually any household could use this device and reduce its electrical bill in a single month by an amount greater than the one time cost of this unit.
Specific examples of the real world decisions that this product can help you make include:
- Should I bother to turn that computer off at night?
- Will it pay me to trade in that old refrigerator (dish washer, clothes dryer, etc.) that is working fine for a new high efficiency refrigerator?
- When I turn down the thermostat on the Air Conditioner how much more money is it costing me?
- How much does it matter what speed I set on the plug-in ceiling fan?
- Experts say that a full refrigerator costs less to run than an empty refrigerator. Can I save money by putting jugs of water in my half-full refrigerator? If so - how much per month?
- What does it cost me to leave my electronic entertainment devices in stand-by mode?
- How much is the Smart Strip Power Strip really saving me?
- I keep the battery charger for my phone, electric drill, PDA, etc. plugged in continuously for convenience. How much is this costing me per month?
- Shows the operating costs of your household appliances
- Accurate within 0.2%
- Large LCD Display
- Calculates cost and forecasts by week, month and year
- Built-in battery backup
- Displays eight critical units of measure
Recent Customer Feedback:
"I thought you might like to know that I bought your Kill-a-watt Power Meter to help my family learn what the costs were for the electrical things they leave on but aren't using. I was surprised was how easy it was to install and it only took us a few minutes."
"The first item we checked was a PC that we tend to leave on 24/7. We have two and both are modest PCs with older CRT monitors. I left one of them on for almost 65 hours- we learned from the Kill-a-watt that this PC used 6.41 kWH of electricity and cost us a total of $1.17. That is $.42/day, $3.00/week, $12.85/month, or $156 per year according to the kill-a-watt's screen. Since we have 2 PCs usually running in our house.. the total yearly bill for these computers is $312! We hope to reduce this usage to under $100 using your SmartStrips, and our kill-a-watt tells us we are on track so far. These items paid for themselves! Thanks again."
|Operating Voltage:||115 VAC|
|Max Voltage:||125 VAC|
|Max Current:||15 A|
|Max Power:||1875 VA|
|Dimensions:||5 1/8" x 2 1/2" x 1 1/2"|
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