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Smartenit Wireless Metering Smart Plug

A smart plug is a power receptacle that plugs into an electrical outlet, typically a wall outlet, and provides the ability to turn on and off the power supplied to the appliance plugged into it either remotely or based on a schedule.

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Smartenit Wireless Metering Smart Plug

The Smartenit Wireless Metering Smart Plug allows users to manage power to appliances and equipment in the facility from a mobile application or a web portal. The smart plug uses Zigbee Home Automation protocol to communicate with the Zigbee gateway, which connects to an organization’s network through Ethernet. Through the mobile app or web portal, users can monitor the status of each smart plug, assign multiple smart plugs into a group representing a physical area, toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet, and create automations including time-based scheduling and event-based toggling or messaging. Users can trend energy consumption and expenditure of each smart plug or a group of smart plugs for the period of a day, a week, a month, a quarter, 6 months, a year, or a billing cycle. The real-time voltage, frequency, energy and power are also metered at each smart plug and displayed on the mobile app and web portal.

Hub Highlights:
  • Connected through a Zigbee Home Automation gateway (purchased separately)
  • Programmable schedules for one-time and recurring on/off operations
  • Provides daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, bi-annually, and yearly energy usage information
  • Device management and control through a web portal or a mobile app
  • Provides an option to opt in to demand response events