Empowers you to save $100s on electric bills! The Kill-A-Watt EZ appliance energy usage tester from P3 International is the perfect device for every home. With this electricity usage monitor, you can cut your energy costs of each household appliance. It helps you decide which appliances are worth keeping connected to a power source. Simply connect these appliances to the Kill-A-Watt EZ electricity usage monitor. The device quickly assesses the operating costs of the appliance. The energy monitor’s large LCD display counts consumption by the Killowatt-hour, the same as your local utility. Solid Signal is your source for the P3 International Kill-A-Watt EZ appliance energy usage tester and other home and garden equipment.
Energy monitor measures appliance electricity usage and determines of leaving each device plugged in
Accurate within 0.2 percent
Calculates cost and forecasts by week, month, and year
Comes with built-in battery backup
Displays eight critical units of measure: volt Hz, amp percentage, watt KWH, VA hour, and more
Shows the operating costs of household appliances
Accurate within 0.2%
Calculates cost & forecasts by week, month & year
Checks the quality of power by monitoring voltage, line frequency & power factor
Built-in battery backup
Displays 8 critical units of measure
Product Details: Model: P4400
Operating Voltage: 115 VAC
Max Voltage: 125 VAC
Max Current: 15 A
Max Power: 1875 VA
Weight: 5 oz
Dimensions: 5 1/8"H x 2 3/8"W x 1 5/8"D
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Recent Review: fessyjout - Fairmont, WV - 7/3/2014 I think the battery backup is to keep the data in the event of power loss, not to serve as a UPS.
I think the battery backup is to keep the data in the event of power loss, not to serve as a UPS. fessyjout - Fairmont, WV - 7/3/2014 1:35:54 PM I think the battery backup is to keep the data in the event of power loss, not to serve as a UPS.
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