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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    Omni "mini digital power reader" or a watt meter.



    This device measures the amount of electricity of the device/appliance plugged into it.

    Ever wondered how much electricity does your appliance use?

    Now you can find out.

    The Mini Digital Power Reader records the operating parameters of appliances. You can see the voltage, actual power, electricity consumption and cost, and operating time. It also provides real time analysis of operating conditions and will alert the user for abnormal operating conditions.


    Purchased at ACE HARDWARE (SM Megamall) for PHP999.75.
    Last edited by ghosthunter; November 12th, 2010 at 12:27 PM.

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    #2
    mukhang ok to para malaman kung ano malakas sa kuryente sa mga appliances sa bahay. hehehe

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    #3
    Got one a few weeks ago.

    I have two home servers with two UPS's, a printer, ADSL modem, Wireless AP, and a gigabit switch pulling 150W, combined.

    210W when I turn on the CRT monitor if I need to access to the local console.

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    Have one. Found out the following:

    1. Old 25" crt tv uses 10 watts in standby and 80 watts on.
    2. Newer 36" crt uses 1 watt standby and 80 watts on.
    3. Samsung ML1640 printer not printing 2 to 350 watts. Wattage suddenly jumps. Dont know why. I just turn it off now when not printing. Have not measured wattage while printing.
    4. Almost same wattage for steel blade stand fan and plastic blade desk fan.
    5. 35 watts for laptop.
    6. 2 watts for sony cell phone charger.
    7. 1200 to 1300 watts for microwave oven.
    8. Ref 20 watts for light and around 175 watts for compressor.

    Is there an plug adaptor so I can test my aircon units?

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    #5
    could you compare the actual wattage to nameplate wattage in your list. thanks

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    #6
    the 36" crt says 160 watts on the sticker
    laptop charger says 65 watts
    desk fan 60 watts
    cell phone charger 100ma

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    #7
    MSi Wind12 U210x - 29 watts (charging)
    MSi Wind12 U210x adapter (unplugged from netbook) - 0 watts

    Asus EEE PC 1005HA - 27 watts (charging)
    Asus EEE PC 1005HA adapter (unplugged from netbook) - 0 watts

    Acer 1170D DLP Projector - 7.6 watts (off)
    Acer 1170D DLP Projector - 700 watts (quick lamp warm up)
    Acer 1170D DLP Projector - 222 watts (normal)
    Acer 1170D DLP Projector - 11.5 watts (shut down; lamp cool down)

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    #8
    may limit ba ng power na kaya nya sukatin?

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    #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Ginnova View Post
    may limit ba ng power na kaya nya sukatin?
    3000 watts

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    #10
    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post
    the 36" crt says 160 watts on the sticker
    laptop charger says 65 watts
    desk fan 60 watts
    cell phone charger 100ma

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