CURB Home Energy Monitoring System (Solar Ready)

September 22, 2017 - Comment

CURB is the most powerful and intelligent integrated hardware/software system for visualizing and managing energy in residential and commercial settings. 18 dedicated sensors give you real-time information about your home’s power consumption, electrical vehicle charging and solar production. Integration with Samsung’s SmartThings platform enables you to directly control appliances on the go. Fortune magazine identified

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CURB is the most powerful and intelligent integrated hardware/software system for visualizing and managing energy in residential and commercial settings. 18 dedicated sensors give you real-time information about your home’s power consumption, electrical vehicle charging and solar production. Integration with Samsung’s SmartThings platform enables you to directly control appliances on the go. Fortune magazine identified CURB as an essential component of every smart home. “It’s the smartest way to start… An instant money saver.” Power your life. Smarter.

Product Features

  • Real-time home energy monitoring system
  • Attaches to your breaker panel, showing individual appliance energy consumption
  • Monitors your solar power, showing how much your home is producing
  • Controls your smart things devices from within the curb app
  • Works on iOS and android devices, plus web for detailed desktop analysis

Comments

Backstage Tech says:

(Still) Not quite ready for prime time I was quite excited to hear about this product, as there is currently nothing out there that offers this level of energy management granularity for such a reasonable price. 

ThatGuy says:

Excellent! – Information at your finger tips I’m in the market for a new AC and wanted to get a feel for potential savings so started looking for an energy monitor for just the AC. When I came across this product I thought why just monitor the AC when I can monitor the whole house. Installation was pretty easy (I did it myself). I prelabeled the breakers and prewired the CTs to the terminals; cut the main power to the breaker box and snapped on all the CTs. The CTs separate on one side so they just snap open, place around the wire and snap closed. For 240 circuits you just use one CT and in the software identify it as a 240 VAC circuit. 

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