Monday, August 25, 2014

Monitor Heat Pump Electricity consumption

This winter 2014/2015 a have a new device and a tool in place to monitor my Heat Pump electricity consumption. It is called Efergy Energy monitor (http://efergy.com/eu/). You can track the consumption at the very moment, you can track average consumption, consumption per day or month, you can monitor costs per day, month and some other statistics and future predictions. I'm now in the testing phase and it really works fine. I can monitor my consumption either on the web via personal computer or Android phone (you can download the application on the G. Play). I already found some strange deviations and what is causing real costs. I will be able to check if the Heat Pump specifications regarding energy consumption are something you can trust. Hope you like the post ... I'll be back :-)




5 comments:

Sergio Freddson said...

I would love to have a heat pump measuring system like the one you've pictured. It's just nice to be able to see what's going on. Having a heat pump is great, but using it efficiently and effectively is even better. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us! http://www.ajph.com/heat_pumps.html

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Pritchett Stantham said...

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