OWL is proud to announce our next generation wireless electricity monitor which keeps all the existing energy saving features as the original OWL monitor with a brand new âtrack and storeâ feature. Monitor your electricity usage, produce live and historical charts via your PC at a time to suit you via the supplied USB cable and software supplied.
With a superior memory capability, ultra fast download speed, OWL +USB makes it even easier for you to track and save money.
OWL + USB is the ideal monitor for anyone who wants to be able to see a visible reduction in their consumption and cost of electricity. Appealing to anyone who wants to reduce their household impact on the environment, the use of an OWL+USB is a vital tool in the fight against climate change.
OWL +USB Wireless Electricity Monitor, provides up to the second information on the amount of electricity you are using in terms of power, cost and your carbon footprint. This means you can see in real time the benefits of turning off electrical devices at home. Whether it's turning off at the plug rather than just using standby, or simply turning off a light, OWL shows you the cash impact of changing your habits and behaviours which could amount to savings of hundreds of pounds per year.
OWL+USB has just been given a Which? Best Buy award in January 2011.
- Wireless operation
- Track and store feature
- Large LCD display
- Instant electricity usage display (Watts and kilowatts)
- Accumulative function display (days, week, month)
- Multiple tariff cost of electricity display per kWh (pounds, Euros or Dollars)
- Alerts user to peak load electricity limits via alarm function
- Greenhouse gas emission display in kgs per house
- Temperature and humidity display
- Runs on batteries
- Economy 7 compatible
All signals are received using 'phase' current transformer sensing technology to detect and monitor the magnetic field around your household electricity cable. It measures the amps being used and, by reference to the system voltage, calculates the amount of power being used, the cost and the amount of greenhouse gas emissions.