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DrFPGA
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re: Researchers develop easy way to measure power
DrFPGA   6/6/2012 5:12:25 PM
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What I'd like is an inexpensive device to measure power use in the home. How about an interposer in an electrical outlet that measures and reports power use thru the outlet? Can I get one for a couple of $?

ksoundi
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re: Researchers develop easy way to measure power
ksoundi   6/5/2012 4:38:13 AM
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This seems to be an excellent means of measuring power.Avoiding the accuracy problems associated with the magnetic methods are a good move.How about the smallest power it can measure?Is there any cost figures available?

Bert22306
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re: Researchers develop easy way to measure power
Bert22306   6/4/2012 11:56:42 PM
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When I read the title, I thought "what's new?" I guess the real story is the accuracy of the measurement has been improved?



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