Watt’s Up Pro Kill A Watt Monitor

by Rob on March 2, 2009

Watt's Up Pro Kill A Watt Monitor

Watts Up Pro is a simple to use plug-in kill-a-watt monitor to measure how much electricy any device is using. Simply plug any electrical device into Watt’s Up and the meter instantaneously displays the wattage being used, as well as 18 other values (see below), including average monthly cost. The device also records this data into non-volatile memory, so you won’t lose the date if power is lost. One thousand seven hundred data points are stored, starting with a sampling rate resolution of one second. It records any power interruptions, which is extremely handy when performing an audit of several devices. Watt’s Up is also capable of real-time logging. It even includes a payback calculator software utility, which automatically calculates the time required for a new energy efficient appliance to pay for itself.

Watt’s Up Pro Kill A Watt Monitor Features

  • USB interface
  • True RMS power measured and displayed
  • Can store 1700 complete records (over 32,000 if just recording watts)
  • User selectable logging interval
  • Records Power factor, Min/Max voltage, Min/Max current, RMS voltage, RMS current, average monthly cost and more
  • Software automatically graphs all recorded data and includes an integrated analysis tool (Windows only, sorry!)
  • 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 Amps (UL Listed)
  • Dual frequency 50/60 Hz
  • 6 foot power cord
  • Indoor use only
  • One year warranty
  • Example of using Watt’s Up to measure gamimg console power consumption

Watt’s Up Pro Specifications

The Watt’s Up Pro displays the following data values:

  • Cost, in dollars and cents
  • Frequency
  • Volt-Amps
  • Average monthly cost
  • Power factor
  • True power
  • Average monthly kwh
  • Cumulative power (kwh)
  • Minimum and maximum voltage
  • Minimum and maximum current
  • Minimum and maximum wattage
  • Time
  • RMS Voltage
  • Duty cycle
  • RMS Current
  • Power cycle

Specifications:

  • 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 amps continuous
  • True RMS power measured and displayed
  • ± 1.5%, + 3 counts of the displayed value
  • USB Interface
  • Mains supply voltage fluctuations not to exceed +/- 10% of the nominal voltage
  • Rate can be entered from $0.001 to $2.00 per kilowatt hour, in tenths of a penny
  • Input is via 6′ electric cord, output is via outlet on top of meter
  • Indoor use only
  • Dimensions: 7″ x 4″ x 2″ (18cm x 10cm x 5cm)
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs (0.7 kg)
  • Watts up? is UL listed to standard 3111-1

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