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Features of the Electrisave
There is no doubt about it, the electrisave is helping to change the energy usage habits of households throughout the UK, helping to save energy, money and our environment...

...the whole range of features, that the electrisave has to offer, provides you with complete control over your energy usage inside your home.

Key features of an electrisave
Below you will find an overview of the electrisave's key features, should you require any further details please do not hesitate to forward your enquiry to us using our contact us page.

Easy to install and programme
No need to change your existing meter- sensors clip directly onto your existing electricity meter's cabling
Portable, easily moved from room to room
Easy to read- large LCD display
Programmable to current and/or individual electricity tariffs
You know in an instant how much electricity you are using, how much it is costing you and how much you are potentially wasting
The monitor shows just how many greenhouse gases are being generated by your current electricity usage
12 months warranty is included (excludes batteries)
The monitor displays temperature and humidity levels to show the comfort level inside your home or office
An audible alarm can be set to notify of excessive electricity usage
The monitor can display £, $ and Euro
Additional sensors are available for 2 and 3 phase supply
A very important feature is that the monitor can be used as a safety check to see if any electrical appliance has been unnecessarily left on before leaving your home or workplace
The electrisave can be taken with you when you move house or sold as an additional feature of your existing home.
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#1
How much electricity does one of these use?...........
#2
6 aa batteries
banned#3
Weren't some companies going to be fitting these for free?
#4
lumoruk
Weren't some companies going to be fitting these for free?


think npower had a spell of giving them to new sign-ups, but expired now. next-gen meters will do all of this, but that's probably five years off.

there was another thread on these with more detail, but i reckon it's a good product. imo.
#5
I think some electric company's where thinking about it, but not sure. I think it is a pretty new product on the market.
#6
Very good - been looking for something like this.
#7
I purchased one from B&Q last Friday, and it does make you question what you are using. I think it only cost £58.xx as well. (I don't have the receipt with me to check)
#8
It doesn't tell you what each individual appliance is using as per the faq:

"Q) You say " easilly moved from room to room " so how do you connect to A piece of equipment ie,an aircon unit. I have asked this before ! - Mike
A) the monitor itself is connected to the incoming mains (near fusebox) the unit then connects to a wireless receiver to monitor power usage throughout the house. (not on a single piece of equipment)"

You might as well just go and look at the electricity meter and see how much is being used. I'd rather know what each item is costing me which can be done with something like this at half the price:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?ModuleNo=220691&doy=20m8
#9
LaeTzu

To be honest, I think that both devices are useful. I've got the maplin-style one, and have been amazed to see how much power I'm wasting by leaving things like wireless routers switched on 24/7, but to go through each mainspoint in your house can be a long process, so an overall summary + individual checks would be perfect for me.

I'm slowly turning into my Old Man, becoming anal about the amount of electricity I'm using.

...sigh...
#10
Hi there,

you can usualy do better on ebay :


Is a new BIN for £50.49 inc

cya,
Lee

Edit: ebay links not allowed on HUKD
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LaoTzu
You might as well just go and look at the electricity meter and see how much is being used. I'd rather know what each item is costing me which can be done with something like this at half the price:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?ModuleNo=220691&doy=20m8

:thumbsup:
Total waste of money. Use a stopwatch/calculator and your leccy meter. Record the rotations/led pulses and work it out from that.

The maplins unit is WELL overpriced btw, Lidl/Aldi do them on a semi regular basis for about £8 each. I've got one connected to my server etc, only problem is I lost the instructions so havent got a clue what it's actually recording pmsl.
#12
LaoTzu
It doesn't tell you what each individual appliance is using as per the faq:

"Q) You say " easilly moved from room to room " so how do you connect to A piece of equipment ie,an aircon unit. I have asked this before ! - Mike
A) the monitor itself is connected to the incoming mains (near fusebox) the unit then connects to a wireless receiver to monitor power usage throughout the house. (not on a single piece of equipment)"

You might as well just go and look at the electricity meter and see how much is being used. I'd rather know what each item is costing me which can be done with something like this at half the price:

http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?ModuleNo=220691&doy=20m8


although this item does give the total cost, it's actually easier to use than the other item you show here (I have one of those too)

All you need to do is look at the device when you turn an item on, and it will show you the increase per hour immediately. If you just adopt a structured approach, you should be able to work out every item quite quickly. Quicker than plugging the unit into each item, and you still can monitor hard wired items like cookers, and your lights. Unless you have a flat rate tariff though, it still won't be 100% accurate as you can't track when things cross to cheaper rates. I just leave it set on the most expensive, and work from that.
#13
I have a friend who has got one..

Great, but he said look to pay another £10-£20 for one with storage??

It only has a real time display, others can tell you what you have consumed in a 24 hr period, and then graph savings and compare months etc....
#14
Using the one i bought from lidl I worked out that to leave my 32" CRT TV on standby for a year would cost £3.26 and to leave it on permanently 24x7 for a year would cost £16.30. Not bad I thought.
#15
Sounds daft, you have to spend £60, to save a few pounds.
#16
Jon1960
Sounds daft, you have to spend £60, to save a few pounds.


I think you have hit the nail on the head here m8 , my thoughts exactly.
banned#17
http://www.taperecorder.co.uk/energy.htm

£9.99

it's 50% off anyone trust the site it goes to?

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