I have one, and it works well. This is a very handy tool.

John

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Brian Rohrbacher [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Sent: Tuesday, February 7, 2006 09:40 PM
>To: 'Conversations over a new WISP Trade Organization'
>Subject: [WISPA] Neat tool
>
>Just found this.  Anyone ever have a tower, silo, rooftop owner ask how 
>much electric your gear will use?  This thing is slick.
>
>http://www.ahernstore.com/p4400.html   (if it comes to search box type 
>in meter)
>
>Nope, I don't know these people and have no reason to post this other 
>than it might just be another tool for the "WISP Toolbag"
>So, unless someone smarter than me thinks this thing is a bad idea, I 
>might just get one.
>
>Brian
>
>
>
>Sale: *$34.95*pad
>
>
>  *Kill A Watt Electricty Load Meter and Monitor*
>
><http://www.ahernstore.com/top30.html> Kill A Watt Electricty Load Meter 
>and Monitor.
>
>*Watts killing you?* Connect your appliances into the P3 Kill A Watt 
>Meter, and assess how efficient they are. The Kill A Watt features a 
>large LCD display that counts consumption by the Kilowatt-hour just like 
>utility companies.
>
>Kill A Watt Meter allows you to figure out your electrical expenses by 
>the hour, day, week, month, even an entire year. The Kill A Watt will 
>monitor the quality of your power by displaying Voltage, Line Frequency, 
>and Power Factor.
>
>-- 
>Brian Rohrbacher
>Reliable Internet, LLC
>www.reliableinter.net
>Cell 269-838-8338
>
>"Caught up in the Air" 1 Thess. 4:17
>
>


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