Standby Power Consumption

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Belkin Wemo® Insight Smart Plug

The Wemo® Insight Smart Plug allows users to manage power to appliances and equipment in the facility from a mobile application. It can connect to an organization’s Wi-Fi network to provide remote access through the mobile app over the Internet. The mobile app provides users the ability to toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet, create schedules, setup notifications, and monitor the smart plug runtime and energy consumption.

Hub Highlights:
  • Connected through organization's 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network
  • Programmable schedules for recurring on/off operations
  • Provides exports of historical energy usage information in 30-minute intervals
  • Device management and control through a mobile app


BOSS Controls Smart Plug

The BOSS 120 Smart Plug allows users to manage power to appliances and equipment in the facility from a mobile application or a web portal. It can connect to an organization’s Wi-Fi network to integrate with the cloud-based BOSS Atmospheres™ energy management platform. The platform provides users the ability to toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet remotely, create and assign schedules to an individual or a group of smart plugs, and trend the smart plug energy consumption.

Hub Highlights:
  • Connected through organization's 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network
  • Programmable schedules for recurring on/off operations
  • Provides hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly energy usage information
  • Device management and control through a web portal or a mobile app
  • Offered as a plug load management service solution including energy reduction, demand response, predictive maintenance, and data analysis


Keewi

The Keewi smart plugs allow users to manage power to appliances and equipment in the facility from the cloud-based intelligent analytic platform through a web portal. The Keewi smart plugs integrate with the cloud platform through the Keewi gateway, which connects to an organization’s network through Ethernet. The platform provides users the ability to toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet remotely, create and assign schedules to an individual or a group of smart plugs, and trend the smart plug energy consumption.

Hub Highlights:
  • Connected through a dedicated gateway
  • Programmable schedules for one-time and recurring on/off operations
  • Provides hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly energy usage information
  • Device management and control through a web portal
  • Offered as a plug load monitoring, management and optimization service


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. Connectivity for the smart plugs is provided through a Zigbee gateway, which connects to an organization’s network through Ethernet. Through the mobile app or web portal, users can toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet, group multiple smart plugs, create time-based scheduling and event-based messaging, and trend the smart plug energy consumption.

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 event


Sonoff S31 Smart Plug

The Sonoff S31 Smart Plug allows users to manage power to appliances and equipment in the facility from a mobile application. It can connect to an organization’s Wi-Fi network to provide remote access through the mobile app over the Internet. The mobile app provides users the ability to toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet, create schedules, setup conditional automatic power shutoff, and monitor the smart plug real-time and historical energy usage.

Hub Highlights:
  • Connected through organization's 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network
  • Programmable schedules for recurring on/off operations
  • Provides real-time and daily energy usage information
  • Device management and control through a mobile app
  • Compact design that does not obstruct the other outlet on a typical 2-gang wall outlet panel


TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Plug with Energy Monitoring

The Kasa Wi-Fi Smart Plug allows users to manage power to appliances and equipment in the facility from a mobile application. It can connect to an organization’s Wi-Fi network to provide remote access through the mobile app over the Internet. The mobile app provides users the ability to toggle power supply to the smart plug outlet individually or in a group, create schedules, and trend the smart plug runtime and energy consumption.

Hub Highlights:
  • Connected through organization's 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi network
  • Programmable schedules for one-time and recurring on/off operations
  • Provides daily energy usage information for the day-of, past 7 days, and past 30 days
  • Device management and control through a mobile app