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Owl Wireless Energy Monitor - Was £34.99 Now £24.99 @ Tesco Direct
Owl Wireless Energy Monitor - Was £34.99 Now £24.99 @ Tesco Direct

Owl Wireless Energy Monitor - Was £34.99 Now £24.99 @ Tesco Direct

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The OWL is the first readily accessible hand-held energy saving device to help you save the planet, as well as your pocket. Using the OWL allows you to see the amount of energy we waste in our homes, as it measures the electrical usage of our home appliances. If we then respond by changing our behaviour towards energy use, the OWL really can help us make a difference in the fight against climate change.

It cleverly measures electricity consumption using kilowatt hours, it also measures the resulting CO2 emissions in Kg as well as in-home humidity and temperature.

Features:

Accessories Included Remote monitor. Sendor box. Sensor. 6 x AA batteries. User instructions.
Accessory Type Timer
Batteries Included Yes
Features of Product Monitors and displays electricity kW cost per hour in pounds, euros or dollars. Displays total instantaneous household electricity consumption in kW. Shows cO2 emissions produced per hour. Displays temperature and humidity within the home. Alarm function to alert to peak load electricity limit. Low battery warning symbol for both the 'main' or 'remote' unit.
LCD Display Yes
Product Depth 3 cm
Product Height 11.7 cm
Product Width 10.7 cm
Regions of Use World wide

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Original Poster

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Anyone know what the range is? My meters are in the garage...

What's the carbon footprint of all the batteries you'll use running this

Ruddy typical - I have a major Tesco's 10 minutes walk from work, there are 2 other major Tesco's within 10 minutes drive and where is the only place I can collect in store - 30 minutes away on the other side of town

mminghella;3268514

What's the carbon footprint of all the batteries you'll use running this … What's the carbon footprint of all the batteries you'll use running this



LOL! I'm sure it lasts a while!

Anyway, carbon dioxide does not cause global warming - global temperature increases cause increased CO2... I couldn't care less about my carbon footprint - I cycle! I reckon this will make me more aware of usage so save cash. Hopefully.

Best price I've seen so ordered.

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I couldn't care less about my carbon footprint .



You would if you had really light coloured carpets

mminghella;3269441

You would if you had really light coloured carpets



All adds to the effect! I understand what you mean but my natural response is to argue that the carbon is arranged in a different molecular structure - so - diamonds on the soles of my shoes?

My laminate wouldn't like that at all!

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Anyway, carbon dioxide does not cause global warming - global temperature … Anyway, carbon dioxide does not cause global warming - global temperature increases cause increased CO2...



??? I think you need to read up your physics!!! :whistling:

Aber;3270626

??? I think you need to read up your physics!!! :whistling:



Not at all. As global tempertaure rises large amounts of CO2 are released - predominantly from the oceans. CO2 is not a gas that has any demonstratable warming effect.

It's easy to see that the CO2 lags behind the temperature - not driving it.

How does warming cause a rise in atmospheric CO2? As the oceans warm, the … How does warming cause a rise in atmospheric CO2? As the oceans warm, the solubility of CO2 in water falls (Martin 2005). This causes the oceans to give up more CO2, emitting it into the atmosphere. The exact mechanism of how the deep ocean gives up its CO2 is not fully understood but believed to be related to vertical ocean mixing (Toggweiler 1999).



skepticalscience.com/co2…htm

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Not at all. As global tempertaure rises large amounts of CO2 are released … Not at all. As global tempertaure rises large amounts of CO2 are released - predominantly from the oceans. CO2 is not a gas that has any demonstratable warming effect. It's easy to see that the CO2 lags behind the temperature - not driving it.http://www.skepticalscience.com/co2-lags-temperature.htm



This is a great example of the dangers of the internet. Anyone who can design a website [not me!!] can make a professional looking site: this can make readers think that the information on it is therefore correct.

I’d rather take the view of the Royal Society of Chemistry over that of an “ex-physicist” [why an ex-physicist?]:

royalsociety.org/dow…630
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