Electricity Monitoring Socket



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Electricity Monitoring Socket

Using this Energy Meter enables any electrical product to be accurately measured for current consumption and display the cost of running the appliance helping save energy and money.

This model has 7 Display Modes: it can display

7 Display Modes: it can display time, watt, cost, cumulative electrical quantity, voltage, frequency, current, power factor, minimum power, maximum power, price.

It has a Large LCD display which makes it easy and clear to read.

Use either with No backlight or With backlight

Electricity Price Setting: you can set the electricity price according to the actual condition in 00.00 COST/KWh~99.99 COST/KWh.

Overload Setting: when current load power goes beyond the max. load power, the letters "OVERLOAD" on LCD will keep blinking to remind you.

How the Electricity Monitoring Socket Works

To use simply plug into socket and use the simple push button functions to view the data on the digital LCD screen.

Using your electricity bill set the cost per kilowatt hour that you pay on the electricity monitoring socket.

Plug in the appliance you want to measure into the monitor.

The monitor will immediately detail how much power the appliance is consuming.

Product Video Plug In Energy Meter

Please note we sell a three pin version and not the two pin European version demostrated in the below video.

Specification for the Electricity Monitoring Socket

Color: White

Size: 15.5CM*7CM*3CM

Material: plastic

Model: Power Consumption Meter*1

Type: Power Consumption Meter

Wide Voltage Range: 230V-250V

Operating Current:Max 13A

Operating Voltage: 230VAC

Frequency Display: 50HZ

Plug: 3-pin UK Plug

Power Consumption of the Power Meter Monitor: 0.5W

Timing Display Range: 0 second~9999 days




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One Comment

  1. we wish to monitor electricity usage out of a shed we use with a lead going to a polytunnel,this is fed from a wall socket in the shed ,what unit do you have and costs please ,Paul.

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