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Old 10-25-18, 08:54 AM   #1
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Default Brultech GreenEye electric (110 &240V) monitoring systems

I just got an email from Home Power that contained a reference to this company and what they make. They make whole house electric monitoring hardware. It looks pretty nice, a little pricey, but nice. I did a search and saw that we've never talked about these here. Pretty cool that they can also hook up to a water or gas meter to measure water and gas usage. They have a nice web interface as well which shows you your usage.


GreenEye Monitor - $319





The GreenEye Monitor (GEM) is a multi-channel energy consumption monitor. The GEM is used to measure consumption of up to 32 electrical circuits and provide up to the minute consumption data.
The GEM also includes temperature sensing and pulse counting inputs. It can accept pulses from water or gas meter which have pulse outputs and provide consumption information.

Features:
- 32 Power Monitoring Channels.
- Measures “True” Power and Energy.
- Pulse and Temperature Sensing.
- No module option includes DB9 cable for RS232 access.
- Ethernet requires WiFi/Ethernet module.
- Unit-only, no CTs (current transformers) included. (CTs cost $5-8 each)



ECM-1240 - $118



The ECM-1240 is a multi-channel energy consumption monitor. It is used to measure consumption of up to 7 electrical circuits and provide up to the minute consumption data. The ECM-1240 also has an optional pulse counting input. It can accept pulses from water or gas meter which have pulse outputs and provide consumption information.

Features:
- 7 Energy Monitoring channels.
- Channel 7 (AUX5) optional pulse counting.
- NET Metering.
- Accurate “True” power measurements.

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If you want to go off grid you need to know apparent power.
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Old 11-06-18, 03:31 PM   #3
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I use those "P3 Kill A Watt" monitors. Simple and I figure once I know what an appliance uses I don't need to monitor it much after that.
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I think there is an app (phone) to monitor your consumption thru your smartmeter as well. Assuming you have one. Here its become mandatory. Kill-a-watt is good but some power users don't plug in so its hard to measure.

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