Ecoisme Energy Monitoring System
Last updated on November 15th, 2015 at 12:07 pm
Energy consumption is something we’re all becoming more and more wary of. With rocketing prices and the obvious green issues, saving and monitoring how much energy you use is at the forefront of any home owner’s mind. Thanks to the technology behind Ecoisme, you can now track energy consumption for your devices, get clear recommendations on how to reduce energy usage and receive alerts when devices are left turned on.
With the Ecoisme you don’t need to worry if you forget to switch off the TV, if your kids left the lights on in the middle of the night, or if the fridge door has been left open. Ecoisme will help you to take care of this. Though they haven’t invented the technology to actually shut the door for you yet!
But don’t let that put you off Ecoisme. You can easily track energy usage for your heating, the kettle, oven, TV, phone charger, laptop, etc., on one simple dashboard display which you can you on all your devices. They’ll even give you tips on how to improve and reduce your energy usage.
There’s also some handy features if you’ve got kids. With Ecoisme you will know when your kids come home and what devices they are using. By checking the enabled devices on your Ecoisme profile, you can see if they’ve put on the Xbox and even see how long they’ve been on it.
The problem with most device that hook up to any home system is the average Joe can get intimidated by the set up. But setting up your Ecoisme sensor is easy and safe, with the makers promising it only takes less than 10 minutes. Just put a clamp on your main power line and insert the plug into the power socket. Easy.
The Ecoisme is being sold initially on crowd-funding site Indiegogo for a discounted price of £65, which is actually pretty reasonable given how much money you could save in the long run. It’s also relatively small and looks unassuming enough to fit into any household. If you like the sound of it, get over to the Ecoisme Indiegogo Website for more details.