Energy Display Installation Guide - Renfrew Hydro Inc.

Energy Display Installation Guide - Renfrew Hydro Inc.
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PowerCost Monitor
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Installation Guide
Install the Batteries in the Display Unit
Remove the battery compartment cover on the back of the Display Unit, insert two AA
batteries in the proper orientation, and replace the battery compartment cover.
Welcome
You can also install the stand by clicking it into its position on the back of the
Display Unit as shown below. Note that, with the stand removed, you can mount the
Display Unit on a wall.
Congratulations on your purchase of the PowerCost Monitorв„ў, a new electricity-monitoring
device that informs you in real time of the amount of electricity your household is consuming.
This Guide explains how to get your system ready for use. Please follow the instructions in the
order shown without skipping any steps.
Important Safety Precautions
Install your PowerCost Monitor Sensor Unit on a dry day and take all necessary safety
precautions, particularly if you need to use a ladder for installing the Sensor Unit. In addition,
please read and apply the safety instructions below at all times.
вћў Do not immerse either PowerCost Monitor unit in any liquid.
вћў Do not drop or cause any sudden impact to either PowerCost Monitor unit.
вћў If disposing of the PowerCost Monitor, do so in accordance with your local waste
disposal regulations.
вћў Take precautions when handling batteries. They can cause injuries, burns, and/or property
damage as a result of contact with metal objects, heat, and corrosive materials.
вћў A damaged LCD display may leak fluids that can be harmful to your health. If any fluid
leaks from the Display Unit after you drop it accidentally, immediately wash it off with
soap and water.
вћў Read all the instructions carefully before using your PowerCost Monitor.
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Verify the Contents of the Box
Verify that your box contains all these components. If any item
is missing, please contact your PowerCost Monitor reseller.
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Install the Batteries in the Sensor Unit
Turn the screw counter-clockwise to open the Sensor Unit battery compartment
cover, insert two AA batteries in the orientation indicated by the + and – signs
printed on the circuit board, then close and lock the battery compartment by turning
the screw clockwise. Do not overtighten. The red STATUS indicator should light up
without flashing within 10 seconds.
NOTE: The STATUS
indicator stays lit until you
install it on the meter, at
which time it starts flashing.
If your Sensor Unit has not
detected the signal from a
meter within 20 minutes,
the STATUS indicator starts
blinking very rapidly. This
behaviour is normal.
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4
Determine Your Meter Type and Power Factor
In some cases, it may be necessary to adjust your Sensor Unit to fit your particular
meter. Therefore, it is extremely important to determine exactly what kind of meter is
installed on your premises.
INSTRUCTIONS: To determine your meter type, study the illustrations and
descriptions below as well as in any other meter-specific installation guide that may be
included in your box. For more information on meter types, see the Troubleshooting
section in the User Guide.
1. Locate your electricity meter.
2. Determine which of the following illustrations most closely matches your meter.
Remember your meter type.
3. Find your meter’s power factor and write it down in the box labeled “Power Factor”
next to the illustration below which matches your meter. Your meter’s power factor
is indicated on the face of the meter, most often next to the letters Kh (less often the
letters Ks or Kt). In most cases, your meter’s power factor is 7.2 if it has dials and a
spinning disk, or 1.0 if it has a digital readout.
Type 3 Meter:
Electronic with optical port on the face,
less than 1.5 inches from the outer rim
On these electronic meters, the optical port is on the
face, located less than 1.5 inches (37 mm) from the
meter’s outer rim.
If in doubt, measure the distance using the ruler below.
This type of meter requires that you mount the supplied
rubber shims on the underside of the Sensor Unit.
NOTE: If your meter seems to have two ports, the one
closest to the center of the meter is the optical port.
Power Factor
4. When you are done, go to Step 5 - Determine your Billing Mode.
Type 1 Meter: Electromechanical
This type of meter has dials and a spinning disk.
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The Sensor Unit reads the revolutions of the disk
and transmits that information to the Display Unit.
Power Factor
Type 4 Meter:
Electronic with optical port on the top
On this type of meter, the optical port is located on
the top portion of the meter.
Type 2 Meter: Electronic with optical port on
the face, 1.5 inches or more from the outer rim
This kind of meter requires you to reconfigure the
Sensor Unit and install the Clear Alignment template.
Power Factor
On this type of meter, the optical port is located at least
1.5 inches (37 mm) from the meter’s outer rim.
If in doubt, measure the distance using the ruler below.
Power Factor
ruler
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5
Determine Your Billing Mode
Single (Flat) Rate and Tiered Rates
Find a recent electricity bill and determine which of the following two billing modes your
electricity supplier is applying to your account. Then, write the appropriate value(s) in
the box(es) provided as a quick reference that you can use when you are ready to perform
Step 7 - Set Your Billing Rates.
If you have trouble determining your electricity rate(s), please contact
your electricity supplier directly!
Time-based
Your bill shows two or three rates associated with various times of day and days
of the week. Study the example below carefully, and determine:
a) whether you are being charged on a two-rate basis, meaning that you are charged
normal (OFF PEAK) and peak (ON PEAK) rates, or on a three-rate basis, where
you also pay an intermediate rate (MID PEAK).
b) what your rates are;
c) at what time(s) of the day the rates change; and
d) whether your company charges you any other rate than OFF PEAK during weekends.
EXAMPLE:
вћў OFF PEAK
MID/ON PEAK applies Mon to Fri.
* MID PEAK Periods: 9:30 AM to 4:20 PM
and 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
** ON PEAK Periods: 6:10 AM to 9:30 AM
and 4:20 PM to 7:00 PM
342 kWh @ $0.063/kWh
вћў MID PEAK* 399 kWh @ $0.069/kWh
вћў ON PEAK** 988 kWh @ $0.075 /kWh
The information from this example is illustrated in the table below, indicating
that from Monday through Friday only, you pay:
1) 7.5 Вў/kWh from 6:10 AM to 9:30 AM;
2) 6.9 Вў/kWh from 9:30 AM to 4:20 PM;
3) 7.5 Вў/kWh again from 4:20 PM to 7:00 PM;
4) 6.9 Вў/kWh again from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM; and finally
5) 6.3 Вў/kWh from 11:00 PM until 6:10 AM the next day.
TIME SLOT START TIME
OFF PEAK rate
6.3
Вў/kWh
MID PEAK rate
6.9
Вў/kWh
ON PEAK rate
7.5
Вў/kWh
MID/ON PEAK rates
apply on weekends?
Yes
No
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1
6 : 10
2
9 : 30
3
4 : 20
4
7 : 00
5
11 : 00
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:
RATE TYPE
вњ“AM вњ“ON PEAK
PM
вњ“AM
PM
AM
вњ“PM
AM
вњ“PM
AM
вњ“PM
AM
PM
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
вњ“MID PEAK
вњ“ON PEAK
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
вњ“MID PEAK
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
OFF PEAK
Your bill shows a single value in cents per kilowatt-hour (Вў/kWh) or more than one
value in Вў/kWh for increasingly higher consumption thresholds.
EXAMPLES:
вћў SINGLE (FLAT) RATE
$0.063/kWh
You are paying 6.3 Вў/kWh at all times.
вћў TIERED RATE
1200 kWh @ $0.063/kWh and
1369 kWh @ $0.075/kWh
You consumed 2,569 kWh in total,
paying the first 1,200 kWh at the rate
of 6.3 Вў/kWh and the following 1,369 kWh
at the higher rate of 7.5 Вў/kWh.
OFF PEAK
OFF PEAK
Вў/kWh
RATE
kWh
ThREShOLD
1
6.3
Вў/kWh
2
7.5
Вў/kWh
RATE
1200
kWh
kWh
ThREShOLD
Вў/kWh
kWh
2
Вў/kWh
kWh
3
Вў/kWh
kWh
NOTE: The PowerCost Monitor system allows 4
for up to six different rates. If you pay a single
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rate, simply write it down in the RATE 1 box
for reference purposes and ignore the rest of
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the table.
Вў/kWh
kWh
Вў/kWh
kWh
Вў/kWh
kWh
In the table to the right, enter the rate(s)
and threshold(s) that are reported on your
electricity bill.
Instructions: Looking at your electricity bill, and following the example to
the left, fill out the table below with the rates and times of the day that apply to
your situation.
TIME SLOT START TIME
OFF PEAK rate
MID PEAK rate
Вў/kWh
ON PEAK rate
Вў/kWh
OFF PEAK
вњ“OFF PEAK
6.3
1
ThREShOLD
1
Instructions:
Вў/kWh
OFF PEAK
RATE
MID/ON PEAK rates
apply on weekends?
Yes
No
1
:
2
:
3
:
4
:
5
:
6
:
RATE TYPE
AM
PM
AM
PM
AM
PM
AM
PM
AM
PM
AM
PM
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
ON PEAK
MID PEAK
OFF PEAK
OFF PEAK
OFF PEAK
OFF PEAK
OFF PEAK
OFF PEAK
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Configure Your Display Unit
You will now configure your Display Unit so it will be ready to provide you with real time
information as soon as you install your Sensor Unit.
Important: Your Display Unit has three buttons you will use during configuration:
the s and t buttons on the front of the unit, and the PROG/SYNC button on top. In the
configuration instructions that follow, “Enter” means pressing the s and t buttons
to select the appropriate value, then pressing PROG/SYNC to record the value in memory.
The next parameter will then automatically start flashing.
The Display Unit automatically exits Configuration Mode after one minute of inactivity,
saving whatever values you set up to that point. If you are interrupted before you have
finished entering all your values, return to Configuration Mode and press PROG/SYNC
successively until you get to the value(s) you need to modify.
Set your billing mode, the internal clock and the meter’s Power Factor
NOTE: If your Display Unit displays SLEEP, briefly press any button before
proceeding with the steps below.
1. Press PROG/SYNC until the Display Unit beeps once (about 3 seconds) and enters
Configuration mode. The hours start flashing.
2. Enter the current hour of the day.
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3. Enter the current minutes of the day.
4. Enter the clock format you wish to use. Pressing s ort toggles
between 12 hour and 24 hour time display format.
SUN
Вє
AM
PROG/SYNC
CLEAR
TOTAL/EST
AM
SUN
7. Enter the Power Factor you wrote down in Step 4. If you have a
meter with dials and a spinning disk, this value is most likely 7.2.
If you have a meter with a digital readout, it is most likely 1.0.
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SUN
6. Enter the temperature format you wish to use. Pressing s ort
toggles between degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.
TOP
AM
SUN
5. Enter the current day of the week.
APPL
AM
SUN
AM
SUN
8. The TIER billing mode indicator (Flat/Tiered
rate) is now flashing. Pressing s or t alternates
between TIER, 2-PEAK (time-based, two rates) and
3-PEAK(time-based, 3 rates). Enter the indicator
that corresponds to your billing mode
TIER
2-PEAK
3-PEAK
9. You will now enter your billing details. While still in Configuration
Mode, and referring to the numbers you wrote down in Step 5, set
up your Display Unit for your billing mode by following the instructions in the appropriate table under Step 7 - Set Your Billing Rates.
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7
Set Your Billing Rates
Time-based (2 and 3 rates)
NOTE: If you need to reconfigure your Display Unit after your energy supplier has
changed your rates, perform a Factory (Hard) Reset as described in your User Guide and
start from Step 6 - Configure Your Display Unit.
REMEMBER: To “Enter” a value, press s or t until the correct value is displayed, then
press PROG/SYNC.
Single Flat Rate
1. The RATE and TIER 1 indicators are displayed and the default rate is
flashing. Enter your electricity rate.
TIER
RATE
1. All the day of the week segments are displayed, with the
SAT and SUN segments flashing. This means that in the
current setting, higher rates are not applied on weekends.
If you do not pay higher rates on weekends, go to step
2 below. If you do pay higher rates on weekends, press
either s or t to make the SAT and SUN display solid
like the other day segments, then press PROG/SYNC.
3-PEAK
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
OFF-PEAK
Вў/kWh
TIER
2. The THRESHOLD and TIER 1 indicators are now displayed and the
default threshold value is flashing. Press t until a series of dashes is
displayed.
3. Press PROG/SYNC. Your Display Unit exits Configuration Mode.
THRESHOLD
2. Enter your OFF PEAK RATE.
TIER
THRESHOLD
MID-PEAK
3. If required, enter your MID PEAK RATE.
4. Go to Step 8 - Prepare your Sensor Unit.
NOTE: The next time you change your rates, the TIER 1 indicator is not displayed.
It will only reappear if your enter a value to change the threshold.
RATE
3-PEAK
Вў/kWh
3. The RATE and TIER 2 indicators are now displayed. Enter your
second rate.
THRESHOLD
kWh
RATE
5. Number “1” is displayed above the clock,
indicating the 1st time slot.
Enter the HOURS when your 1st time slot starts.
Next, enter the MINUTES when your 1st time slot starts.
Вє
AM
3-PEAK
Вє
AM
Вў/kWh
TIER
THRESHOLD
OFF-PEAK
kWh
6. Enter the RATE TYPE of your 1st time slot.
TIER
5. Press PROG/SYNC. Your Display Unit exits Configuration Mode.
NOTE: The Display Unit automatically exits Configuration Mode as soon as you enter
a 6th rate.
6. Go to Step 8 - Prepare your Sensor Unit.
PM
TIER
TIER
•
Вў/kWh
Вє
2. The THRESHOLD and TIER 1 indicators are now displayed and the
default threshold value is flashing. Enter your (first) threshold
If you have no more rates to enter, press t until a series of dashes
is displayed.
Enter your second threshold and repeat steps 1 and 2 until you
have entered all your rates and thresholds. After your have entered
your last rate, press t until a series of dashes is displayed.
PM
ON-PEAK
TIER
•
Вў/kWh
Вє
4. Enter your ON PEAK RATE.
Tiered Rates
4. The THRESHOLD and TIER 2 indicators are displayed and the default
value for the second threshold is flashing. Do one of the following:
PM
kWh
kWh
1. The RATE and TIER 1 indicators are displayed and the default rate is
flashing. Enter your first electricity rate.
Вў/kWh
Вє
THRESHOLD
Вє
AM
Вў/kWh
7. Number “2” is now displayed above the clock, indicating
the 2nd time slot. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for all your time slots.
3-PEAK
Вє
AM
When you are done, press PROG/SYNC for 3 seconds to exit
Configuration mode. Also, note that the Display Unit exits
Configuration mode automatically as soon as you finish entering
the 6th time slot.
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8
Prepare Your Sensor Unit
Type 3 Meter: Electronic with optical port on the face, 1.5 inches
maximum from the outer rim
G
A Clamp
B Sensor Arm (pulled out)
C
B
F
E
C Sensor Head
D
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2
3
4
Verify that the Sensor Arm B is fully pushed in as described for Type 2 meters.
Peel off the adhesive backing from the shim.
Position the shim on the underside of the Sensor Unit casing with the adhesive side down.
Press the shim in place onto the underside of the Sensor Unit casing.
D Sensor LEDs (dark red
and white)
E Wire
4
F Wire Cavity
G Sensor Arm Latch
A
Instructions: Perform the operations in the block that corresponds to your meter
type. When you are done, go to Step 9 - Install your Sensor Unit.
Type 1 Meter: Electromechanical
1 Open the Sensor Arm latch G by pulling upward.
2 Extend the Sensor Arm B to its full length by pulling
on it firmly, but gently. If you accidentally pull it out
completely, push it back into the casing.
3 Close the latch G .
Type 4 Meter: Electronic - optical port on top
Open the Sensor Arm latch G by pulling upward.
Gently pull the Sensor Arm B completely out of the Sensor Body.
Turn over the Sensor Arm B .
Push the thin end of the Sensor Arm B upwards through the latch opening and press
the Sensor Arm firmly into the cavity.
5 Firmly push the Sensor Head C behind the strap, and as far down as it will go into the
bottom cavity of the body. The dark red Sensor Head LED D must be clearly visible
below the clamp. If necessary, use a dull pointed object, such as a ballpoint pen to push
the head C downwards.
6 Tuck the wire E into the side cavity F .
7 Close the latch G .
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2
3
4
Type 2 Meter: Electronic with optical
port on the face, 1.5 inches or more from
the outer rim
1 Open the Sensor Arm latch G by pulling upward.
2 Ensure that the Sensor Arm B is pushed in as far
as it will go into the body of the Sensor Unit.
3 Close the latch G .
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9
Install Your Sensor Unit
START – Read SAFETY PRECAUTIONS first
IMPORTANT: Turn on a high energy-consuming appliance in your house, such as
your electric stove or dryer. This will temporarily increase your electricity consumption and enable the Sensor Unit to begin reading your meter’s output in less time.
1. Go to your meter, taking the following items with you:
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This Guide
Sensor Unit
Display Unit
A clean damp cloth
вћў 1 large Flat Head screwdriver
вћў Clear Alignment Template (if you have a Type 4 meter)
вћў Stepping stool or ladder if your utility meter is located
higher than eye level
2. Perform the installation steps for your type of meter (which you determined in Step 4).
Type 1, 2 & 3 Meters:
1. After carefully wiping the meter dome clean with the
damp cloth, fit the Sensor Unit over your utility meter
as shown, so that the Sensor Head C sits as close as
possible to the front of the glass dome.
2. With your screwdriver, tighten the hose clamp A until
the Sensor Unit is snug, but can move just enough to
allow for slight adjustments.
3. Position the Sensor Head C :
TYPE 1 Meters:
Position the Sensor Arm
B so that it is inline
with the spinning disk
(use the line on the
Sensor Arm as a reference)
and the Sensor Head C is
on or near the center of the meter.
TYPES 2, 3 Meters:
Position the Sensor
Arm B so that the
dark red LED D
in the Sensor Head
C is located exactly
above the optical port.
4. Press the RESET button and wait 10 seconds. The red STATUS indicator turns on solid.
5. If you positioned the Sensor Head
C correctly, the STATUS indicator
starts flashing as indicated below.
If it does not, correct the
positioning slightly.
TYPE 1 - After 15 seconds, the red STATUS indicator turns off and within two minutes,
it starts flashing once per disk revolution. This is an indication that your Sensor Unit is
correctly reading the meter.
TYPES 2 and 3 - After about 15 seconds, the red STATUS indicator starts flashing
regularly, indicating that the Sensor Unit has detected the signal from your meter.
Within 1 minute, in addition to the regular flashing, you should see an extra flash every
now and then, depending on your rate of electricity consumption. These extra flashes
are normal, and indicate that the Sensor Unit is reading the meter’s output correctly.
Note 1: The STATUS indicator stops flashing after 2 minutes, in order to maximize
battery life.
Note 2: If the STATUS indicator does not flash at all and stays lit solid, please read
the Troubleshooting section in your User Guide.
Type 4 Meters:
1. Stand directly in front of your meter, at a height where you can see the optical port.
The optical port itself looks like a small protruding pipe in the center of the top
portion of the meter. Carefully wipe the meter dome clean with the damp cloth.
2. Hold the template with the protruding tab facing you
and the white arrow pointing away from you. Peel off
the adhesive backing.
3. Position the template on the meter so that the
horizontal white line on the template follows the front
edge of the meter dome, and the white arrow points
straight to the optical port.
4. Carefully stick the template to the dome, pressing it in
place on top first, then on the protruding tab down the
front of the dome.
5. Slide the Sensor Unit over the glass dome and
align the edges of the Sensor Unit body with
the white side lines.
6. Tighten the hose clamp A until the Sensor
Unit is snug, but can move just enough to allow
for adjustments.
7. Open the Sensor Arm latch G and sight down
the opening. You see a vertical plastic tab painted
white on the inside of the Sensor body.
8. Sighting through the opening, position the Sensor
Unit so that the white plastic tab on the body is
aligned with the arrow on the template.
9. Press the RESET button and wait 10 seconds.
The red STATUS indicator turns on solid.
10. Keeping the white lines on the body and template
aligned, slowly and gently push or pull on the
Sensor Unit until the red STATUS indicator starts
flashing regularly, indicating that the Sensor Unit
has detected the signal from your meter. Within
1 minute, in addition to the regular flashing, you
should see an extra flash every now and then,
depending on your rate of electricity consumption. These extra flashes are normal, and indicate
that the Sensor Unit is reading the meter’s output
correctly.
Note 1: The STATUS indicator stops flashing after 2 minutes, in order to
maximize battery life. If you have not seen at least one extra flash by then,
please read the Troubleshooting section in your User Guide.
Note 2: If the STATUS indicator doesn’t flash at all and stays lit solid, please
read the Troubleshooting section in your User Guide.
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Synchronize Your Sensor and Display Units
ID Screen
Startup Screen
PROG/SYNC
$
TIER 1
$
TOTAL
TOTAL
PM
SUN
1. Press and hold the PROG/SYNC
button until the Display Unit
beeps twice (about 5 seconds)
and displays the ID screen.
Wireless Communications
Frequency
Update Rate
Range
TIER 1
$
PM
SUN
2. Press and release the RESET
button on the battery cover of the
Sensor Unit. The Display Unit now
displays the Startup screen.
Your Display Unit should start
displaying real-time information
within a few minutes.
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Finalize the Installation
1. Tighten the hose clamp A just enough so that the Sensor Unit cannot move.
2. Turn off the appliance you turned on when you started.
Your Sensor Unit should now be correctly installed and communicating
with your Display Unit.
If there is a problem, please read the Troubleshooting section in the
User Guide.
Technical Specifications
Power
Display Unit
Sensor Unit
Operating Temperature Range
Display Unit
Sensor Unit
Altitude
Display Unit
Relative Humidity
Display Unit
Pollution
Display Unit
2 AA Alkaline Batteries (LR6 or equivalent)
2 AA Alkaline Batteries (LR6 or equivalent)
2 AA Lithium Batteries for temperatures consistently below -20 ВєC
433.92MHz
Approximately every 30 seconds
Up to 30m (100ft.) line-of-sight (Subtract 5m or 15 feet
for each wall between Display and Sensor Units)
10В°C to 40В°C (50В°F to 104В°F). For indoor use only
-40В°C to 60В°C (-40В°F to 140В°F)
2,000 meters maximum
80% for temperatures up to 31В°C decreasing linearly to 50% at 40В°C
Pollution Degree 2
FCC INFORMATION
FCC Class B Part 15
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to
try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorientorrelocatethereceivingantenna.
• Increasetheseparationbetweentheequipmentandreceiver.
• Connecttheequipmentintoanoutletonacircuitdifferentfromthat
to which the receiver is connected.
• Consultthedealeroranexperiencedradio/TVtechnicianforhelp.
Industry Canada Certification
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
• Thisdevicemaynotcauseharmfulinterference,and
• Thisdevicemustacceptanyinterferencereceived,includinginterference
that may cause undesired operation.
Blue Line Innovations Inc.
187 Kenmount Road
1st Floor, ICON Building
St. John’s, NL Canada, A1B 3P9
[email protected]
www.bluelineinnovations.com
Toll Free: 1В­866В­607В­2583
В© 2008. Blue Line Innovations Incorporated. All
rights reserved. Information in this document
is subject to change without notice. Blue Line
Innovations and PowerCost Monitor are tradeВ­
marks of Blue Line Innovations Incorporated.
All other trademarks are the property of their
respective owners.
Printed in China
BLIВ­00301R001
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