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Kill A Watt EZ Electricity Cost Usage Meter P4460
|Item code||Brand name||Model number|
|P3IP4460||P3 International (Kill-A-Watt)||P4460|
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Kill A Watt EZ Meter
Use the Kill A Watt EZ Meter to discover where to reduce your electrical consumption and start saving money today!
Connect your appliances into the Kill A Watt EZ Meter, and assess how efficient they are. The large LCD display on the Kill A Watt EZ Meter counts consumption by the Kilowatt-hour just like utility companies. You can figure out your electrical expenses by the hour, day, week, month, even an entire year. Monitor the quality of your power by displaying Voltage, Line Frequency, and Power Factor.
What is the difference between the Kill A Watt EZ and the standard Kill A Watt meters?
Share Your Findings with the World!
Amazed by how much energy your refrigerator consumes or impressed by how little your brand new laptop uses while connected to the charger? Share your findings with the world on altE's 'Kill-a-Watt Database'! This altE community-run database allows everyone to share real-world data on how much specific models of electronics and appliances really consume. Enjoy!
Kill A Watt Meter - altE Video Tip :
Here are some tips from the altE staff
- All P3 International meters will operate at 108 - 125 VAC and 50/60 Hz.
Kill-A-Watt does not work with modified sine wave inverters!
The Kill-A-Watt EZ power meter does what it advertizes except it does not work at all with a modified sine wave inverter! I suppose if I could afford a true sine wave inverter I could also afford piles of solar panels, batteries, etc. and I wouldnt need to worry about loads. I will probably keep...
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