2 Save Energy CM113 User Manual

Manual is about: OWL Wireless Electricity Monitor

Summary of CM113

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    Ne 1 model cm113/cmr113/cms113 wireless e lectricity monitor patent pending user manual table of contents table of contents .............................................................................................................................. 1 introduction .....................................

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    2 .10.07.07 main unit information........................................................................................................................ 15 to display power consumption in amps...................................................................................................15 setti...

  • Page 3: Key Features

    Ne 3 thank you for selecting the tm wireless energy monitor. This product was developed to monitor household electricity use, and can display your electricity cost-per-hour, as well as your instantaneous household electricity consumption. It can also show the amount of greenhouse gas emissions produ...

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    Ne 4 sender box (model cmr113) front back a. Transmit signal light d. Reset hole b. Check button e. Battery compartment (weather proof) used to check reception with main unit requires screwdriver to open c. Sensor cable sockets sensor (model cms113) a. Hinge e. Sensor body b. Clip f. Sensor cable c....

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    En 5 lcd display symbols symbol description explanation maximum receiving speed information is received from the sender box every 6 seconds instead of every 1 minute. (use with max set off to save battery life). Alarm limit activated the electricity cost-per-hour peak load limit is activated. The al...

  • Page 6: Warnings

    E 6 warnings to ensure you use your product correctly and safely, read these warnings and the user manual before using the product. These warnings provide important safety information and should be observed at all times. Warnings ¥ when fitting sensors if in any doubt always contact a qualified elec...

  • Page 7: How The Product Works

    7 how the product works overview this product uses ‘phase’ current transformer sensing technology to detect and monitor a magnetic field around your household electricity power cable. It measures the amps being used and, by reference to the system volt- age, calculates the amount of power being used...

  • Page 8: Quick Install Guide

    8 step 1: remove all items from packaging step 2: locate sender box and senso the sensor comprises a small plastic component with a hinged clip and a wire with a jack plug connector on the other end. The hinged clip is designed to clip around the live insulated power supply cable coming from the ele...

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    9 alternative sensor installation. The sensors are suitable for use with wire diameters of up to 11mm. They must not be forced over cables greater that 11mm or the sensor will break. If wiring is larger than 11mm diameter the sensor may be clipped over a number of circuit wires from the same phase, ...

  • Page 10: Getting Started

    0 getting started you will need as you unpack and begin to set up your new owl tm you will need the following equipment: • user manual – for instructions on how to set up and use the product. • a hammer and 2x 2mm head nails – to fix the mounting bracket/unit to the wall. Alternatively you may screw...

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    Contact your local waste disposal authority for instructions on how to dispose of used batteries. Used batteries can be harmful to the environment, and should not be thrown out with household rubbish. Ac adapter the main unit receiver can operate with a 6.0v ac/dc adapter, which can be purchased sep...

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    Ne 12 attaching the sensor to attach the sensor to the household power line (see how the product works) follow the steps below: warning: if in doubt about installing this product yourself, please consult a qualified electrician. Plugging the sensor into the sender box once the current sensor is atta...

  • Page 13: Customising Settings

    Customising settings setting the voltage voltage and current note diagram instructions mode alarm mode arrow key mode setting the electricity cost-per-hour see watts and kilowatts setting the cost-per-hour currency unit note diagram instructions mode alarm arrow key $, £, or € mode mode.

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    4 setting the cost-per-hour value diagram instructions 1. Press and hold mode for 2 seconds. The first digit of the electricity cost-per-hour flashes. 2. Use the arrow key to change the flashing value (0-9). Press mode to set value. Repeat for all digits. 3. Press mode when finished. Setting the gre...

  • Page 15: Main Unit Information

    5 main unit information after customizing your owl tm three information modes can be displayed on the remote monitor: • cost of household power consumption in dollars/pounds/euros per hour • amount of greenhouse gas emissions produced in kilograms per hour or tonnes per year • household power consum...

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    16 activating the alarm to activate the alarm follow the instructions below: diagram instructions 1. On the back of the unit locate the grey alarm on/off button (furthest to the right). 2. Press the alarm on/off button once to activate or deactivate the alarm. 3. Hi icon will appear when the alarm i...

  • Page 17: Temperature And Humidity

    Resetting the remote monitor and the sender box diagram instructions temperature and humidity zone temperature relative humidity note.

  • Page 18: Troubleshooting Guide

    8 troubleshooting guide this section includes a list of frequently asked questions for problems you may encounter with your unit. If your owl tm is not operating as you think it should, check here before arranging for servicing. Note after resetting the main unit receiver it may take up to 2 minutes...

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    9 power on factory default settings: ac voltage 240volt 1kg co2 1 kw/hr ghg unit (greenhouse gas) kg/hour ghg conversion 1 kg co 2 = 1 kw/hr tariff charge (cost-per-hour) 12.0 cent / kwh temperature unit ºc currency $ and cent hi alarm $2.00/hour, hi=on receiving cycle max=6 second display mode cost...

  • Page 20: Warranty

    20 default values function default values customised settings ac voltage 240v greenhouse gas emission rate per kw 1.0 greenhouse gas unit kg/hour tariff charge (cost per kwh) 12 cents per kwh currency $ and cent hi alarm $2.00/hour, hi on battery save (receiver) max on warranty limited one year warr...

  • Page 21: Proof Of Purchase

    2 proof of purchase if you need any service or warranty support, please contact the supplier giving the following details: product name: owl tm -model cm113, cmr113, cms113 purchaser name and address: ........................................................................ .............................