PHYSICS | Electricity and Electromagnetism | Current Electricity A. Plug-In Electricity Cost Monitor A B
Use the meter to monitor and measure the energy usage of any 13 amp rated electrical appliance. Plug the meter in to a powered mains socket and then plug the appliance you want to monitor into it. It also calculates the cost of electricity used and assesses the carbon footprint.
• Voltage Rating: 240V ac 50Hz • Current rating: 13A • Maximum load: 3120W • Power Consumption: 0.5W • Metering: Voltage 200 to 276V a.c. +/-1.5% • Frequency range 45 to 65Hz • Current range 0.005 to 13A, +/-2% • Power range 0.1 to 3120W, +/-2% • Power Factor: 0.00 to 1.00 • Overload power setting and alarm • Accumulative electricity usage range E8R05543
B. Euro Energy Meter
Simply plug it into a powered mains socket and then plug your appliance into it. The meter will monitor the energy usage and calculate the cost of your appliance.
Help reduce carbon emissions, as you discover which appliances are the worst energy offenders and work out ways to limit their use. Use any 13 amp-rated appliance with the power meter to access its energy consumption and carbon footprint.
E8R06809 C. Voltmeter Dual Range C
A moving coil voltmeter, suitable only for d.c. voltages. Sensitivity 1000/V nominal. Ranges 5V and 15V.
E8R07403 D. Galvanometer
A centre zero galvanometer 50µA - 0 - 50µA graduated every 2µA. The resistance of the meter is about 1000.
E8R07404 E. Ammeter Dual Range
This moving coil meter has two ranges, 0 to 1A or 0 to 5A and is suitable for d.c. only. Volts drop 75mV.
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