We’re proud of the work we’ve done to help revolutionize attention to energy usage and quality in the commercial space – but that doesn’t mean homeowners can’t find ways to save, as well! Power bills can hit you like a ton of bricks, especially when children are home for the summer, insisting to keep the AC pumping and adding to the light and TV usage via gaming and the like.
Ready to settle that argument on who’s responsible for the surge in your electricity once and for all? Power meters are also available for residential use and, in the same way large-scale power monitoring systems do, they can help you identify main sources of energy usage (whether that be a specific appliance or bedroom).
How to choose a power meter that will give you the information you need? It’s good to look for a device that lists the following capabilities: customizable measurement periods, energy usage history, multiple appliance input and wireless connections. There are actually quite a few home monitoring systems on the market if you’re looking for the whole shebang.
Users worldwide depend on EIG power meters to monitor power information within substations, industrial facilities, and commercial buildings – but we believe in residential energy efficiency all the same! Feel free to contact us for additional information.July 25, 2018
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