Watts Up Pro Power Meter 99333
“Convenient way to monitor and project energy costs and find out what your electric devices cost to operate”
In addition to all of the features Watts Up? Meter provides, the Watts Up? PRO Meter:
How It Works
- Logs and stores over 2,000 records of real-time usage data in memory
- Allows for memory-stored data to be downloaded to PC computer via USB cable
- Comes with PC software that creates graphs and device profiles, and does calculations
- Settable for auto or user-selected intervals of recording
- Requires no battery, which means data is not lost if power is lost
Electronic Educational Devices' (EED's) Watts Up? PRO Meter (Model 99333), much like its counter part, the Watts Up? Meter (Model 57777), is a power analyzer, watt meter, and electricity monitor rolled-into-one. In addition to all of the functionalities Watts Up? provides, Watts Up? PRO logs and stores real-time data (18 values listed below) in memory, and allows for those records to be downloaded to a PC computer via a USB cable. (If you have an Apple/Mac computer check out Watts Up? .NET Meter.)
To setup and use the Watts Up? PRO, which also resembles a small telephone answering machine like Watts Up?, simply: plug it into a three-pronged grounded (120 VAC) electric outlet, plug an electric device into it, then turn on the electric device to see an instant snap-shot or aggregate of the following values (read definitions at Energy Monitor 101: Glossary of Terms):
Watts Up? PRO's Unique Features
- Current Watts
- Minimum Watts
- Maximum Watts
- Power Factor
- Cumulative Watt Hours
- Average Monthly kWh
- Elapsed Time
- Duty Cycle
- Cumulative Cost
- Average Monthly Cost
- Current Volts
- Minimum Volts
- Maximum Volts
- Current Amps
- Minimum Amps
- Maximum Amps
- Duty Cycle Watts Threshold
- Tier 2 kWh Threshold
In addition to all of the standard features Watts Up? provides, Watts Up? PRO:
- Records data as fast as once per second, so you can see the load profile as it changes over the course of the day, week, etc.
- Stores 1,000 data points or 2,000 to 30,000 records, and power profiles of multiple devices
- Provides auto or user selectable sample internals (time between records) between one second and one day
- Includes USB cable and software to download data to a PC computer as well as create data tables, charts, graphs; do calculations; and export data:
- Payback Calculator estimates the time required for a new energy efficient appliance to pay for itself
- Logging Interval Calculator helps you determine what the logging interval will be based on how long you are logging
- Requires no battery, so data is maintained even if power is lost (non-volatile memory), which comes in handy when performing audit of multiple devices
- Can be used with Watts Up? PRO RT, a software that logs usage data directly on your computer in real-time (refreshed every second) and provides alerts, alarms, and additional graphing options
- Access to a forum where users can swap information pertaining to the creation of code, which supports real-time logging
Quick Glance Comparison:
||Watt, Volt, Amp, Cost
||Watt, Volt, Amp, Cost
|Computer Interface (USB):
|Web Interface (Ethernet):
||2,000 records, or 30,000 records if just watts
||Monitor (1), optional PRO RT software
* VAC stands for Voltage Alternating Current.
- Watts Up? PRO Electricity Monitor
- USB Cable and Software
- User Instructions
- 1-Year Warranty
Watts Up Pro Power Meter 99333 Product Reviews
Make & Model
How To Setup and Use (Overview)
- Manufacturer: Electronic Educational Devices
- Model: 99333
- Memory Size: Over 2,000 records (over 30,000 records, if just watts)
- Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 15 amps continuous
- Dimensions: 7L x 4W x 2D inches (18L x 10W x 5D cm)
- Weight: 1.5 pounds (0.7 kg)
- Approvals: UL (US), UL (C)
- Accuracy*: +/- 1.5%, + 3 counts of the displayed value (below 60 watts, amps and power factor lose accuracy)
- Operating Environment: For indoor use only (5° C to 40° C); altitude up to 2000 meters
- Watts Up? Specifications
- True RMS power measured and displayed
- Mains supply voltage fluctuations not to exceed +/- 10% of the nominal voltage
- Input is via 6-foot electric cord, out is via outlet on top of meter
Same as Watts Up?
Unique to Watts Up? PRO:
- Plug Watts Up? PRO into a standard 120 volt AC wall outlet.
- Plug an appliance into Watts Up? PRO.
- Turn on the appliance.
- To cycle through modes, simply click the MODE button (each time you click the MODE button, you’ll cycle to another mode).
- To cycle through details within a mode, simply click the SELECT button while in that mode.
- To reset any reading, press and hold the SELECT button for one second.
- Start the “Watts Up” application on the PC.
- Select “Meter settings” and select the “Logging” tab/page.
- Enter the desired interval value (the value in the “duration” box shows the amount of
time the meter will log at the interval value).
- Click the “Send to Meter” button.
* Accuracy is of the displayed value, not the range. Some devices claim a smaller number for accuracy but it refers to the range. For instance, a specification of 0.2% of the range sounds good, but it is actually 3.6% of the display (.02* 1800= 3.6), which is a worse accuracy.
- 1-Year Warranty valid from date of purchase.
- Simply return the meter to the place of purchase, along with proof of purchase, for a new meter or credit.
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