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Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor

(Kit - 2006? )
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor


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"The Kill A Watt monitor can tell you the amount of electricity used by small- to medium-sized electrical devices in your home. It will also help you discover the items that are turned "off" but still draw power, adding to your energy bill"--Instruction sheet.
Title: Kill A Watt electricity usage monitor
[kit]
Publisher: New York, NY :, P3 International Corporation,, [2006?]
Characteristics: 1 electricity usage monitor (5 1/8 x 1 5/8 x 2 3/8 in.), 1 instruction sheet (23 x 51 cm.) ;,in black vinyl bag (26 x 28 x 11 cm.)
Statement of Responsibility: P3 International
Notes: Model P4400
"Brought to you by Energy Trust of Oregon"--Instruction sheet
Maximum voltage 125VAC, 50/60Hz ; maximum current 15A ; maximum power 1875A
Displays voltage (volt), current (amp), watts (watt), kilowatt hours (KWH), frequency (Hz), volt amps (VA), power factor (PF), and elapsed time
Summary: "The Kill A Watt monitor can tell you the amount of electricity used by small- to medium-sized electrical devices in your home. It will also help you discover the items that are turned "off" but still draw power, adding to your energy bill"--Instruction sheet.
Branch Call Number: KILLAWATT
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