EUM 2000 WHOLE HOUSE ENERGY MONITOR

Now home and business owners can track their electric usage, (in dollars cents and kilowatt-hours), with the EUM 2000 Whole House Energy Monitor now available at www.energymonitor.com.

Ever wonder how the electric company calculates your electric bill? It's difficult to know how much energy you're paying for when you can't measure it easily. The ability to monitor electricity for the whole house helps homeowners manage expenses. The EUM 2000 is an electric monitor that home or business owners can use to monitor their energy usage. The EUM-2000 installs in minutes. Users simply connect the unit to the breaker panel (110/220V), set the electric utility rate and press the reset button to start measuring real-time usage in kilowatt hours (kWh) or dollars and cents.


Feaures:

# Monitors individual appliances or the whole house!

# Displays electricity used in dollars and cents ($$)!

# Displays electricity used in kilowatt-hours (KWh)!

# Projects next electric bill based upon local rates!

# Displays daily consumption in dollars and KWh!

Applications:

# Use as a sub-meter to measure sub-panels!

# Monitor tenants w/o seperate utility meters!

# Great for energy management programs!

# Manage loads on emergency generators

The Electric Usage Monitor is purchased primarily by homeowners, renters and apartment owners and by U.S. utility companies, electrical contractors, air conditioner contractors, and energy professionals. An international version also exists for clients outside of the U.S.

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