Overview Ideal for remote monitoring, the built-in web server allows data to be accessed via the internet. Connect the meter to the public internet (via home or office network) and the meter will automatically output data. To integrate with Google PowerMeter, simply login to your Watts up? account, and next to the serial number field click 'enable', and the data from you. The.Net introduces active energy savings. With an internal switching relay, the.Net can turn off power to the end load based on user configurable rules. Rules can be based on single or multiple meters.
Reviews The three national labs, as well as the National Renewable Energy Lab have all chosen Watts up? meters for large scale energy usage studies. This further validates the accuracy, ease-of-use and dependability of our devices. Watts up is pleased to participate in these national studies on electricity consumption. The Smart Circuit 20 and.Net Watts up? meters are now integrated with Google PowerMeter, enabling users access to their data via their Google home page.
Advantages Some inverters have extremely fast rise times and can damage the electronics. The.Net is recommended if using with an inverter. Some loads and environments cause excessive noise, which can corrupt calibration data thus leading to erroneous data. But not in watts up.Net.
Disadvantages The disadvantages goes against to the watts up?.Net is quiet expensive as comparison to the Power meter. It is a latest technology as comparisons to the previous power meter. But it will take a time to go down to low price.
Future outlook For the future prospects the watts up. NET power meter will boost to the current market in Australia and as well as USA, Europe. It will be common on first, 2 nd world countries that will generate the revenues on the power energy saving meters.
Summary Features Watts up?.Net Watts up? PRO ES Watts up? PRO Watts up? Google PowerMeter yes no Ethernet connection yes no Enhanced data integrity (hardware & software improvements for harsh line/loads) yes no Internet enabled (embedded web server, TCP/IP, IP addressable) yes no Power switching yes no Real-time logging capable yes no USB interface and logging capability yes no Records stored in internal memory over 8,000 records (over 120,000 if just watts). Additio nal memory availabl e. over 8,000 records (over 120,000 if just watts) over 2,000 records (over 30,000 if just watts) no PC interface, software included yes no User selectable and automatic interval setting yes no 18 values displayed yes Cost displayed yes 1.5% accuracy* yes World-wide compatibility (universal outlet version) yes
Recommendations The price of watts up?.Net in a current market is $235.95. The.Net is also available with double the memory with a purchase of 500 meters or more at one time. More memory is ideal for applications requiring logging for long periods of time
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