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Jetlun JIM Wireless Panel Meter

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Product Overview

The JIM Panel Meter can monitor energy consumption patterns in equipment and buildings. The Panel Meter can also act as a sub-metering device that provides remote, real-time phase-based energy measurement of electric load consumption. When the Panel Meter is paired with other Wiser home management system components, such as Wiser In Home Displays, Wiser Smart Plugs, and Wiser Smart Thermostat, home energy management is delivered in one complete seamless, secure, and wireless system. Kit comes with 2 current transformers (CTs) for single phase residential power monitoring.

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Product Depth (in.)1.45Product Height (in.)3.3
Product Width (in.)7.75


Product Weight (lb.)0.81Returnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantySchneider Electric USA, Inc. warrants equipment manufactured by it and sold through authorized sales channels to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for twelve (12) months from date of invoice

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The closeout notice that came by email spoke of monitoring your own power usage, indicating that this was all that was required to collect power consumption data in your home. Not true. To make this thing work you also need a Router/Coordinator, AKA Gateway, for this device to talk to. Another $90, but not from HD, because they don't sell them any more. Then you have to install the thing, which takes an electrician, fortunately, I am that electrician. The case on one of the CTs was broken, but I keep it closed with a zip tie. Then you have to go to a website and register both the Gateway, and then the power meter. After four exchanges with support, the device appears to be working, and in the process you learn that the data is transmitted to and stored on a server in the cloud, and the only way to access it is through a website. Not quite what I expected.
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