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#31939 12/10/03 05:21 PM
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Where can a get a wattmeter that is easy to read? This will be installed for an equipment. The client wants to know how much power the new equipment is using.

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#31940 12/10/03 09:42 PM
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I would go with a low cost meter like an Emon Dmon meter. The model Pro-Con will display Volts, Amps, Watts and KWH.
http://www.emon.com/html/promon_g.html


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#31941 12/11/03 03:33 PM
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For cord-connected loads, you might try Kill-a-Watt


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