P3 Kill A Watt Wireless P4200
The Kill A Watt Wireless device can monitor the power consumption of your household electronics, and allows you to see how they contribute to your carbon footprint. Built-in software lets you to customize the data to fit your needs. This gives you the ability to take KWH (kilowatt hour) data and combine it with the type of electricity that is generated in your area (i.e. coal, hydro, atomic) for a more precise reading.
With the forecast feature you can even calculate cost for a day, the week, a month or even an entire year. With it you can finally get a handle on your energy usage once and for all.
- 300 foot wireless range
- Can be used with up to 8 sensors
- Calculates carbon emissions & costs by day, week, month and year
- Allows you to calculate the carbon footprint of your appliances
- Displays eight critical units of measurement
- Contents: 1 P4255 Sensor, 1 P4225 Display
- Operating Voltage: 115 VAC
- Max Voltage: 125 VAC
- Max Current: 15 A
- Max Power: 1875 VA
- Transmission frequency: 916.5 MHz
- Free field range: max. 300 ft.
- Batteries: 3 x AA (Not included)
- Dimensions: Display 5″ x 4″ x 1 1/4″ (HxWxD)
- Sensor 5 3/8″ x 2 3/16″ (HxW)
- Weight: 13 oz.
P3 International is a manufacturer of solution-oriented consumer products. For the last twenty five years they have strived to develop products that are easy to use and ahead of their time. P3 International is committed to manufacturing high quality products that appeal to environmentally conscious and technologically minded consumers.
With this product you can automatically use less electricity while lowering your carbon footprint in the process.
The average U.S. household spends about $100 per year to power devices while they are off. By learning how much energy your appliances draw, while on or off, you will be able to make wiser decisions about what needs to be plugged in, and for how long. These decisions will quickly lead to savings on your utility bills.
The Kill A Watt Wireless shows you how much energy you are using on home appliances. By finding out which of your devices uses the most energy while turned on, and how much vampire power it draws, you can learn to adjust your lifestyle to be more energy efficient.
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