Digital Watt Meter – Measure your electricity usage per plug point

SKU: EM DWM Plug

R397.00

In stock

Plug-in energy monitor

Find out exactly how much each appliance in your house is using. Use this information to determine the size backup inverter, battery or generator you need during power failures.
Being aware of the power each appliance use can make you use electricity more sparingly and efficiently.

Measures:

  • Energy Usage: 0~3600W (Max 3600 watts)
  • Voltage
  • Current: 0-16A (Max 16A)
  • Power Factor
  • Electricity Cost

Please allow five business days for delivery.

Product Description

Do you ever wonder how much electricity your appliances are using?

The solution is here!

  • Plug the watt meter in between the wall plug and your appliance
  • Immediately see exactly what your appliance is using (in watts)
  • Also, see the amount of energy that was used over a period of time

Functions:

The watt meter is plug-and-play. Just plug the cord into an electrical outlet and plug any device (up to 3600W) into the watt meter. If you want to measure multiple devices at once, you can plug an extension cord into the outlet of the watt meter

You can measure the following:

  • Energy: Total energy used since plugged in or reset.
  • Power:  0~3600 Watts (Max 3600 watts)
  • Voltage
  • Current: 0-16A (Max 16A)
  • Power Factor
  • Electricity Cost

Product Specifications

  • Power consumption of the Power Meter Monitor: 0.5W
  • Operating Voltage: 230VAC
  • Frequency Display: 50HZ
  • Operating Current: Max 16A
  • Wide Voltage Range: 220V – 240V
  • The set Wattage display (Watts) is 0~9999W but the actual Wattage display is 0~3600W
  • Voltage display range:  0~V~9999V
  • Current Display: 0.000A~16.000A
  • Frequency display: 0Hz~999Hz
  • Price display range:0.00 Cost/KWH, 99.99 Cost/KWH
  • TOTAL KWh and cost display: 0.000KWh,-9999KWh, 0.00 Cost – 9999 Cost
  • 3-pin South African Plug
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 155mm x 70mm x 45mm not including pins

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this meter have battery backup so that it will not lose accumulated energy usage when there is a power outage?

Yes, it does. the screen will go off when there is no power, but once the power comes back on, it will still have your accumulated usage figures saved.

Why does the screen does not come on straight after plugging the unit in.

That might happen if the battery has been completely drained, if it has not been used for a while. Please leave it plugged in and switched on for 24 hours, The screen should now have come on.

Product Description

Do you ever wonder how much electricity your appliances are using?

The solution is here!

  • Plug the watt meter in between the wall plug and your appliance
  • Immediately see exactly what your appliance is using (in watts)
  • Also, see the amount of energy that was used over a period of time

Functions:

The watt meter is plug-and-play. Just plug the cord into an electrical outlet and plug any device (up to 3600W) into the watt meter. If you want to measure multiple devices at once, you can plug an extension cord into the outlet of the watt meter

You can measure the following:

  • Energy: Total energy used since plugged in or reset.
  • Power:  0~3600 Watts (Max 3600 watts)
  • Voltage
  • Current: 0-16A (Max 16A)
  • Power Factor
  • Electricity Cost

Product Specifications

  • Power consumption of the Power Meter Monitor: 0.5W
  • Operating Voltage: 230VAC
  • Frequency Display: 50HZ
  • Operating Current: Max 16A
  • Wide Voltage Range: 220V – 240V
  • The set Wattage display (Watts) is 0~9999W but the actual Wattage display is 0~3600W
  • Voltage display range:  0~V~9999V
  • Current Display: 0.000A~16.000A
  • Frequency display: 0Hz~999Hz
  • Price display range:0.00 Cost/KWH, 99.99 Cost/KWH
  • TOTAL KWh and cost display: 0.000KWh,-9999KWh, 0.00 Cost – 9999 Cost
  • 3-pin South African Plug
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 155mm x 70mm x 45mm not including pins

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this meter have battery backup so that it will not lose accumulated energy usage when there is a power outage?

Yes, it does. the screen will go off when there is no power, but once the power comes back on, it will still have your accumulated usage figures saved.

Why does the screen does not come on straight after plugging the unit in.

That might happen if the battery has been completely drained, if it has not been used for a while. Please leave it plugged in and switched on for 24 hours, The screen should now have come on.