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The Design and Evaluation of an End-User-Deployable, Whole House, Contactless Power Consumption Sensor
 

Summary: The Design and Evaluation of an End-User-Deployable,
Whole House, Contactless Power Consumption Sensor
Shwetak N. Patel, Sidhant Gupta
University of Washington, DUB Group
Seattle, WA 98195 USA
{shwetak, sidhant}@cs.washington.edu
Matthew S. Reynolds
Duke University, ECE
Durham, NC 27708 USA
matt.reynolds@duke.edu
ABSTRACT
We present the design, development, and evaluation of an
end-user installable, whole house power consumption
sensing system capable of gathering accurate real-time
power use that does not require installing a current
transformer around the electrical feeds in a home. Rather,
our sensor system offers contactless operation by simply
placing it on the outside of the breaker panel in a home.
Although there are a number of existing commercial
systems for gathering energy use in a home, almost none

  

Source: Anderson, Richard - Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington at Seattle

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences