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P3 International

Model # P4460

Internet # 202196388

Store SKU # 519892

Kill A Watt EZ Meter

$28.97 /each
  • Designed to help you assess the efficiency of your appliances
  • Cut down on costs by monitoring your expenses over time
  • Features a large LCD display and built-in battery back-up

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Product Overview

Cut your energy costs and learn what electrical appliances are worth keeping plugged in with this Kill A Watt EZ Meter. This meter determines efficiency and adds up the money an electrical device is costing you to run.

  • Calculates the operating costs of household appliances
  • Tracks consumption of energy by the kilowatt hour, voltage, line frequency and power factor
  • Calculates costs and forecasts by the day, week, month or year
  • Accurate within 0.2%
  • Large LCD Display & Built-in battery backup

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
1.5 
Product Height (in.) 
5.125 
Product Width (in.) 
2.5 

Details

Control Type 
N/A 
Data Log/Record 
Yes 
Data hold 
Yes 
Display Type 
LCD 
Measures/Detects 
Voltage 
Product Weight (lb.) 
0.313 lb 
Reference Scale Included 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Solar 
No 
Test Meter Type 
Other Meter/Tester 
Tools Product Type 
Test Meter 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
6 months 

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Can this use for high voltage >270V

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June 17, 2014
I need this can be used 120- 277V
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Helena, MT
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December 22, 2015
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No, max voltage is 125 VAC
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December 21, 2015
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no.
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Wheaton, IL
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September 4, 2015
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No. It only works on 110 devices.
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Saint Louis MO
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August 9, 2015
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No - the manufacturer clearly states that this meter is rated for a normal load up to 15A@115VAC, with a max voltage of 125VAC.
From the manufacturer website:
Model: P4460
Operating Voltage: 115 VAC
Max Voltage: 125 VAC
Max Current: 15A
Max Power: 1875 VA
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Cincinnati
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August 4, 2015
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No It is only for 120V.
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June 12, 2015
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NO WAY
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San Diego
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September 30, 2014
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The manual states: "85-125 Vrms". You are limited to 125 volts. Plugging into 277 would likely smoke it, if not set it on fire. I.e. Don't.
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Cedar CIty, Utah
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September 18, 2014
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No. the unit is only rated for 110 Volts
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Akron, OH, USA
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June 18, 2014
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SEND YOUR QUESTION TO TECHSUPPORT@P3INTERNATIONAL .COM
or try to find the P4460 Kill A WattEZ Operating manual online.The specifications are on the last page of the Operating manual.
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Atlanta GA
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June 18, 2014
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Hey shan,
Due to this meter being used only for residential basic outlets in 125 VAC, it unfortunately does not go higher than that.
You can however, use multimeters that won't give you a money savings readout, but it will allow you to see the exact amount of voltage and amperage readings.
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can the P4460 tell me houres equipment is running?

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waterloo, il
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October 28, 2015
I want to know how much time a sum pump runs
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Channahon, IL
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July 19, 2016
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It does seem to be able to do that, yes.
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Kingston, Ontario
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March 3, 2016
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Yes it can.
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Katy, TX
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January 15, 2016
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Yes it does. It will show the minutes and hours that an item is consuming power. Also lets you set the price per kwh so it will show the cost as well.
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January 13, 2016
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No, not directly. It's a power measuring meter, not a lapsed time meter.
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January 12, 2016
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Yes. BUT only when plugged in. Doesn't have battery back up.
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January 4, 2016
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You can set it to time how long a device has been plugged in but I am not sure about how long a device is running and surging watts, check the manual: http://www.p3international.com/manuals/p4460_manual.pdf
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Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
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December 28, 2015
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No it cannot, it only tells you how much money it costs to run.
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No, I believe it only shows energy usage.
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November 4, 2015
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No the P4460 will not be able to tell you how long an appliance has been running. It will display KWH consumption for the total time the appliance has been plugged into the P4460.
For example: if sum pump is plugged into P4460 for 72 hours, and only turns on for 24 hours, the P4460 will not be able to determine this info.
However, you can calculate how much time the connected device runs. Measure how Read More
No the P4460 will not be able to tell you how long an appliance has been running. It will display KWH consumption for the total time the appliance has been plugged into the P4460.
For example: if sum pump is plugged into P4460 for 72 hours, and only turns on for 24 hours, the P4460 will not be able to determine this info.
However, you can calculate how much time the connected device runs. Measure how many watts the device uses during usage, after measuring, check total consumed power in kWH, divide total consumed power by how much watt the device uses during usage. The results show how long the device worked.
Example: device uses 320 watt; total consumed power0. 8 kWH; elapsed time-72 h. 0.8kWH/0.320kW=2.5 H.
In 72 hours the device works only 2.5 hours ( 150 min)
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Can this meter be used outside?

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I want to use this to monitor the energy used to charge my Volt, but the power outlet is outside and exposed to the weather. Is that going to be a problem for this meter?
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Used outside? Yes. Left outside? Not sure about that. It doesn't seem to be heavy duty or weather proof. I'm sure it might last a light rain but this is not a "plug it in and leave it" outdoors item from what I can see.
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No, you this can not be used on the outside.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Money savor This really works well. I was trying to determine the start up wattage of a freezer so I could decide what generator to use. Worked as described. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for measuring PC power usage from the wall... I bought this to be able to measure PC hardware power usage and it does that very well. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very handy for your budget and generator I enjoy using this device around the house since I have received it. The manual is easy to follow and I quickly set my rate to 11 cents per kWh, which is what I pay. Once the device is plugged in, you get a reading quickly. It averages out as the device (like a fridge) runs then stops. You can easily scroll through the hourly, daily, monthly and yearly costs. If I charged my phone continuously for a year, it would cost $6.57 as seen in the photo. Other readings include Hz, watts and amps. All are important if you use a generator. I have a 2000 watt generator and can tell what my appliances, such as my fridge, draw so I know what I can plug in. Hz is important as well for sensitive electronics such as phones and laptops. My outlets and inverter generator read around 60 hz, where it should be. I plan to get a lot of use out of this device and recommend it if you are curious about cost, especially and extra fridge or TV. One downside is that the device is a little big so it won't fit well on a power strip. January 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great way to kill those energy vampires in your home! The kill-a-watt Es power monitor is super easy to use and understand. It gives you real time data on the power consumption of whatever device you plug into it. This unit had helped me identify several electronic devices and appliances that I thought were in a low-power or off mode, but we're wasting a ton of electricity! This u it paid for itself in the first month! Great addition to my toolbox! December 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works great Contrary to what others have said, I find the Kill A Watt EZ meter to be reliable. I am running my entire motorhome through it--1500 watt heater, microwave, hair dryer, lights, battery charger, etc. Of course, not everything at once, but I have run a high wattage heater through it for about 2 months without smoking the unit. You just have to pay attention to its 15 amp limit. It records the kilowatts I have used and gives me a readout of the total cost, so I can pay my neighbor for the power I am borrowing. February 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A must have to observe power used by various loads! A very useful instrument used to measure the power consumed by different 115 volt loads. This instrument was used by me to show that my beer fridge was consuming about five times the the power that it should have been using. I now have a new beer fridge! This meter works extremely well. March 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Money Machine This $30 product saves me more than $30 month. Once you start analyzing your utility costs, you can decide if you want to spend an extra $11 a month to leave the Tv on 24 hours a day or install a timer. My Bunn coffee maker cost $4.50 per month, so I added a timer, $2 month now. Added a timer to our back porch heater to save $30-$60 month in the winter. We unplugged and removed several items also. We can work to save some money or work to make money. We do lots of things manually now after using this meter and Michael Bluejay's how to save electricity web site. Great science project. More fun than a barrel of monkeys! December 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Well worth the money It's been very interesting to find out what's using electricity in the house. My new computer speakers that are supposed to "auto shutoff" and use little electricity was not the case (and it was left monitoring for plenty of time). I purchased a switched power strip to turn it off. Old computer pulls 1.9 watts while the new one uses none when it's off. These are just a couple of examples. This is easy to setup and use. Wish I would have purchased this years ago. February 14, 2016
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