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Product: Seasonic Power Angel
Date: November 5, 2005
Author: Kristofer "Dracos" Brozio
Provided By: Seasonic
Pages: 1 2 3 4
Discussion: Discuss in Forums

First Looks Cont.

Zooming in on the instructions we can get a better look at them.

Now, let's take a look at the Power Angel itself:

You can see a large LCD display, and a few buttons for the various functions, some of the button have dual functions, and pressing once gives you the top reading, pressing again gives you the bottom reading.

The buttons are:

V - Ac Voltage - Tells you just how much voltage is coming in to your device from your power line.
A - Amps - Amps being used by the device
W - Watts - Tells you how many watts your device is using
VA - Apparent Power - VA is the total energy consumed by the device Watts x Amps
Hz - The frequency in Hertz coming from your power line
PF - Power Factor - Tells you just how efficient your device is, or its environmental friendliness
KWH - Tells you how much power has been used since the device was hooked up
Hr - Timer that begins when device is plugged in, to help calculate KWH

Average price for the Power Angel is $35.00

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