The Voltaware Sensor is an electricity current and voltage monitor for your home. Slotting neatly into your electricity breaker box it silently and accurately captures details about all the electricity flowing in the house.
The nifty engineering uses energy disaggregation algorithms to measure appliance by appliance level detail and it continuously transmits the data to your Volta App via Wi-Fi. The technology allows Voltaware to sample in the KHz range and thereby detecting the front wave of any switch on event in the house.
Energy Data At Your Fingertips
Comprising of a sensor and an App for your mobile phone, Voltaware allows you to access information about your electricity usage at any time whether you’re at home or on-the-go.
Simply download the Voltaware App to your smartphone or tablet. It’s so easy to use and even figures out if you can make savings by making small changes to your daily routine and check whether your home consumes more than the expected average for comparable households.
Your Clever Energy Coach
Voltaware has been designed to be clever and keep you informed of its observations. Over time the continuous monitoring builds up a pattern and understanding of your domestic energy routines that can be used to help you reduce your consumption and bills.
Voltaware will inform you if any unexpected electricity activity is detected at home, potentially spotting that an appliance is faulty. With access to all electricity pricing tariffs on the market and a knowledge of your usage patterns, Voltaware will SMS you if there is a cheaper tariff available in your area. Now that’s a clever energy coach!
Voltaware is able to differentiate which of your appliances is currently being used. If your appliances areon when you have left the house the Voltaware App can notify you that both appliances are currently being used and are consuming electricity in your home. Also while looking at your bill, Voltaware apportions the usage of the main appliances and thereby highlights the main drivers of your electricity bill.