Using a home or business area network, you now have the ability to connect devices within your home or business that can give detailed information about energy use as well as help manage and monitor your electricity use.
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Energy information displays, also known as In-Home Displays (IHDs), have the capability to receive near real-time energy use data and may help you identify high energy use appliances. IHDs aren’t specific to homes and may be used in businesses.
Energy Management Devices
Examples of these type of devices include programmable communicating thermostats (PCT) and plug load controllers that allow you to program settings. Some devices may also allow you to remotely control your HVAC and some small appliances.
Other examples of HAN devices include gateways and range extenders that help communicate with your smart meter and extend the signal.
For optimum performance of any HAN device, it’s highly recommended that it be set up in a location within the home or business that’s no more than 75 feet away from the smart meter.
The following devices have been tested and are compatible with our smart meter network. This list will be updated frequently as we are continually testing products for use with our smart meters. Some devices can be programmed to include energy cost information. Please visit the manufacturer’s website for more information.
If you're a manufacturer interested in listing your device, please see our validation process.
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