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This features wireless reporting of immediate wattage and kWh usage to central control point gateways so you can keep track of how much electricity you use.

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This is meant to be used to measure your mains. Many utilities have switched to smartmeters. Many utilities allow for you to monitor the smartmeter on your house in realtime. In my case, it shows up as a zigbee device. So before buying this and going through the hassle of installing it, check to see if you already have something that does exactly this that's already been installed by your power company.
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Actually, some one in the SmartThings community has found a way for these to monitor washer and dryer power draw (one leg for each) and as such notify them when done.

software: https://github.com/MikeMaxwell/dt...dth.groovy

discussion: https://community.smartthings.com...59?page=12
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Got one. Thanks OP!
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in for 1 Thx OP
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Looks like this is Gen1 because it's battery operated. Didn't this one have reliability issues?
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neat. it was $17.00 for me
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Looks like this is Gen1 because it's battery operated. Didn't this one have reliability issues?
What hub are you using? If you upgrade the firmware and hardwire it with a usb power supply, it should be ok with most hubs. May need to tweak a few parameters, at least with Vera. Also, it assumes 120v I think, and most homes are +/- 5v, so it could be slightly off from your power meter unless you input an average voltage.
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The coupon is generic, to all aeon items above 26. perhaps even more broadly to smart items.
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This is meant to be used to measure your mains. Many utilities have switched to smartmeters. Many utilities allow for you to monitor the smartmeter on your house in realtime. In my case, it shows up as a zigbee device. So before buying this and going through the hassle of installing it, check to see if you already have something that does exactly this that's already been installed by your power company.
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What hub are you using? If you upgrade the firmware and hardwire it with a usb power supply, it should be ok with most hubs. May need to tweak a few parameters, at least with Vera. Also, it assumes 120v I think, and most homes are +/- 5v, so it could be slightly off from your power meter unless you input an average voltage.
This has two ammeters, clearly for 240V. You would need voltage to calculate your power draw though and this wouldn't measure that. Just take a multimeter and check it out, if you're opening your panel to install this I'm assuming you should know how to use a multimeter
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Thanks.
Was looking at an old thread this morning for this.

Hoping to use it for generator capacity planning
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This has two ammeters, clearly for 240V. You would need voltage to calculate your power draw though and this wouldn't measure that. Just take a multimeter and check it out, if you're opening your panel to install this I'm assuming you should know how to use a multimeter
I meant 120v on each leg. Out here the voltage fluctuates. I talked 3 neighbors into getting electric cars so at around 5:45 when everyone gets home, kicks on their ACs, plugs in their cars, and a few of their electric stoves and ovens kick on, it gets really bad - random electronics will start power cycling.
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is this something that would be useful as a laundry monitor for my dryer? it has that big plug instead of the normal 120v like the washer
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is this something that would be useful as a laundry monitor for my dryer? it has that big plug instead of the normal 120v like the washer
No, this is meant to clamp around wires in a panel. There are plug in versions which is what you want, plug the appliance on top of that
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This has two ammeters, clearly for 240V. You would need voltage to calculate your power draw though and this wouldn't measure that. Just take a multimeter and check it out, if you're opening your panel to install this I'm assuming you should know how to use a multimeter
This calculates the power draw and you can set the voltage with a configuration setting based on your measurement. Otherwise I think it defaults to 110vac.
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