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Wireless Energy Monitor

Introducing the GETSPMU

Wireless Energy Monitor

Thank you for selecting the GETSPMU

Wireless Energy Monitor.

Your

Receiver Unit

Keeping an eye on your electrical usage has never been easier with the new GET

Wireless Energy Monitor. This revolutionary device, which aims to help in the fight against climate change, is set to show millions of people just how much electricity we waste in our homes, whilst highlighting the money we can all save as a result.

GET

monitors the home’s electricity supply and for the first time provides

real-time monetary information about the household’s energy usage. When lights and

appliances are turned on, the

’s easy-to-read LCD monitor reveals exactly

how much electricity is being used, how the cost of electricity per hour changes, and how much harmful CO2 emissions the home is producing.

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By simply turning off appliances when not in use, or rather being used needlessly, consumers can actually save up to 25% of their electricity usage - a saving that translates directly to reducing their monthly bills and household’s harmful carbon emissions.

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This indicates the operational cost of electrical appliances. The MODE button will allow you to see the power and current used.

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The current time and date is shown here.

How it works

This product uses current transformer sensing technology to detect and monitor a tiny magnetic field around your household electricity power cable. It measures the current (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. It then transmits this information from the Transmitter Unit to the Receiver Unit on a wireless frequency of 433MHz, up to 30 metres (100 feet) away (unbroken transmission).

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This display can tell you what your accumulative energy use is.

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The current room temperature is shown here. This can help you adjust the heating or cooling where required.

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This icon appears when the Peak Time Tariff is in operation.

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Transmitter Unit

GETSPMU Receiver Unit

There are numerous other icons and figures available on the receiver unit. A full list and the definitions used appear in the product instruction manual.

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