Kill A Watt meter, model P4400
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[Chicago, IL] : ComEd's Smart Ideas for Your Home program, [2009].
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Hinsdale Public Library - Stacks  1 available
ComEd Meter #1
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1 electricity usage monitor (5 x 2 1/8 x 2 in.) + 1 printed instruction sheet + 1 efficiency savings guide sheet + 1 canvas pouch
Language
English

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General Note
P4400 Kill A Watt is manufactured by P3 International Corp.
General Note
An easy to use meter that calculates electric usage and cost of household appliances to help you understand and reduce your energy bill. Plug in the Kill A Watt energy detector at your home or office, and find out exactly how much electricity each device is using.
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Operating voltage 115VAC, maximum voltage 125VAC, 50/60Hz, maximum current 15A, maximum power 1875A.
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Displays voltage (volt), current (amp), watts (watt), kilowatt hours (KWH), frequency (Hz), volt amps (VA), power factor (PF), and elapsed time.
Description
Consumers can monitor and project energy costs and find out what electric devices cost to operate. The Kill a watt electricity usage monitor assesses the efficiency of home appliances; provides the ability to determine electrical expense by the day, week, month or year; and can be used to evaluate the quality of the electrical power from a utility company by monitoring voltage, line frequency, and power factor.
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

(2009). Kill A Watt meter, model P4400 . ComEd's Smart Ideas for Your Home program.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

2009. Kill A Watt Meter, Model P4400. [Chicago, IL]: ComEd's Smart Ideas for Your Home program.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Kill A Watt Meter, Model P4400 [Chicago, IL]: ComEd's Smart Ideas for Your Home program, 2009.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Kill A Watt Meter, Model P4400 ComEd's Smart Ideas for Your Home program, 2009.

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