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Amphiro a1: World's First Self-Powered Shower Monitor

Jul 18 2014, 4:35am CDT | by , in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

A smart water and energy meter par excellence, $89 Amphiro a1 will surely save you more money than it costs you on the whole. Amphiro a1 engages users to save an average of 23% of their thermal energy.

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It comes in the form of an attachable water meter that is electronically smart. This self-sufficient water meter operates without any batteries. 

All it needs is the water flowing though it in order to charge up its display functions. A cute little polar bear shows up on the small rectangular screen and along with it may be seen the temperature and volume of the shower water that is being used. 

Now begins the greatest adventure of a lifetime as you can save up on the waste water, bathing water or even the water fit for consumption via this tool. And the temperature may be kept at the ideal degrees centigrade that you prefer it to be. 

Each month you could adjust the settings on this Amphiro a1 meter and save up on quantity and quality (heat-wise) of water both. While the device will cost you $89 from Amazon.com, you may end up saving $135 on an annual basis using this smart gadget. 

"The first self-powered water and energy meter for your shower! a1 turns conserving resources into a rewarding experience and triggers savings of 440 kWh as well as 8 500 liters of drinking- and wastewater – year by year," states the official website of amphiro a1. 

And you can also see online efficiency code of your self monitoring water & energy smart meter for shower on amphiro a1's web portal. You can monitor your average shower data and track your consumption trends over time.

The display shows a new online code after every shower which contains your average consumption values. By entering the online code once a month into amphiro a1's web portal portal, you will get a good visual impression of your average consumption over time.

Besides this web portal, mobile applications for both iOS and Android smartphones and tablets are also available. Both the portal and the application are free of charge. Amphiro a1 smart shower meter is suitable for standard ½” connections. The maximum water pressure for this meter is 10 bar while waterflow range is 5 to 22 l/min.

Since hot water is a necessity, especially in Northern countries that have seasonal snowfall, the proper thing to do would be to save up on its consumption per household. 

Hot water for showering purposes consumes more energy than keeping food and drinks cold or using electricity for lighting up the home. It even transcends the energy sucking power of a cooking range. 

So you can well see how an Amphiro a1 will immensely benefit your yearly budget. If you save $135 per year imagine how much you will save in a decade? $1350! Now that is a lot of money. 

You can buy many Christmas presents with that sort of cold hard cash. The shipping costs from Amazon.com are free so order one without a worry in the world. Believe me, when I say that you will not regret this thoughtful decision. 

An Amphiro a1 will easily fit the shower outlet thereby allowing you to monitor the flow patterns and temperature level of the incoming water. Times are tough and everybody’s saving up on energy. With Amphiro a1 you can do the same and save both valuable energy and lots of legal tender!

 

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