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Topic # 223672 11-Oct-2017 21:53
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Owl Wireless Energy Monitor 
Has been sitting since purchased. Not required anymore. Box looks bit worn but unit is new

 

Batteries can be included but I wouldn't use them as they came with the unit, still in plastic seal but have a date 03/2015 which I think might be manufacturing date instead of expiry not sure.

 

$120.00

 

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  Reply # 1882178 11-Oct-2017 23:52
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Can this link to a computer eg serial?

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  Reply # 1882222 12-Oct-2017 07:25
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Hi how does this work - you clip onto the outside of an appliance's power cord?


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1882358 12-Oct-2017 10:56
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Batman:

 

Hi how does this work - you clip onto the outside of an appliance's power cord?

 

 

Not sure about appliance but it is designed to clip to on to the main red wire coming in our out of the power meter then the sensor wire goes in to the transmitter which transmits to the receiver and on the display you get the total power consumption in real time. You can set the cost and also see in dollar value.




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  Reply # 1882361 12-Oct-2017 10:57
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phrozenpenguin: Can this link to a computer eg serial?

 

I don't know but I don't think so as it doesn't say on the box.


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  Reply # 1882455 12-Oct-2017 14:28
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OK thanks, won't work for my uses then. Good luck with the sale.




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  Reply # 1882644 12-Oct-2017 20:46
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SOLD


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  Reply # 1883220 14-Oct-2017 00:47
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phrozenpenguin: Can this link to a computer eg serial?

 

A Sonoff Pow switch might suit your needs, like this one

 

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Sonoff-Pow-Smart-Wifi-Switch-Controller-With-Real-Time-Power-Consumption-Measurement-16A-3500w-Smart-Home/32819740584.html 

 

If you want to complicate it further there are third party firmwares available, pretty sure it can publish over mqtt and integrate with home automation platforms.. https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota 

 

 

 

 


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