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New Popp On/Off Switch Meter - Now at Vesternet

Popp Wall Plug Switch MeterThere's an old British saying about scarce things being like buses - none available for a long time and then a fleet of them arrive.

This is abit like Z-Wave Wall Plug Switch Meters for UK plug types.

We recently launched the TKB TZ88, which at the time was the only UK style Switch Meter. And, now we are just launching the Popp Switch Meter.

The new wall plug from Popp can control any applaince and measure its power consumption. It does have some really special features that aren't available in other switch meters.

What's so special about it?

Retains Status

For some reason this feature isn't available on other switch meters. The Popp Switch Meter retains its previous status (On or Off) after a power outage. This is especially useful for appliances that you need to be On when power is available again.

Works as Meter Only

The Popp Switch Meter can be set so that its switch function is disabled - it only measures power. This is a really useful feature if you want to measure the power consumption of a freezer, but don't want to accidentally turn it off.

As well as these additional features, it will allow you to control the appliance manually and wirelessly via Z-Wave, as well as measuring the appliance's power (W) and accumulated power consumption (kWh).

First stock will be available on Monday 14th July, and we're even going to include it in next week's Vesternet Mondays event.

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Author David Bell

About the Author

David Bell is the founder of Vesternet. As a contributing author on popular smart home topics including Z-Wave & Zigbee, he’s been cited in a multitude of popular websites, forums & articles over the past 10 years and continues to publish regularly on Vesternet.

With over 25 years in business, and 15 years in home automation, he also heads up all of Vesternet’s commercial initiatives throughout various online channels as an expert in sales, marketing & growth strategies.

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