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    Default Anyone here use an STC4002 Watts Clever Wireless Energy Monitor to monitor household?

    Hi all,

    We've lost the plugpack that came with the device and the "manual" does not say anything about the voltage and polarity of the plugpack plug. Does anyone here have one of these monitors and can help me out? I don't know if the device is polarity protected so I don't want to screw it up. Here's a pic of the info panel of the monitor. We bought it from Jaycar and it looks like it's no longer made/sold.

    Many thanks!
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    Default Re: Anyone here use an STC4002 Watts Clever Wireless Energy Monitor to monitor househ

    Yes. The output is 3volts @ 80mA. Center pin is positive.

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    Default Re: Anyone here use an STC4002 Watts Clever Wireless Energy Monitor to monitor househ

    Whoooeee! Thank you CliveM!
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