Have been researching which unit to use and found this last week. I'm curious if any Vera users have seen, heard, or used one. The specs are great compaired to anything else I'v seen.http://www.brultech.com/products/ECM1240/communicationOptions/monitoring/four.htm
Biggest advantage is it's totally expandable to as many CT sensors as anyone could ever need so each individual circuit in the house can be monitored individually. That's Cool! And really usable information that can be tracked when using 7-15 sensors. Sensors are only about $5.00 each and multiple CT's can be wired together. For instance all your kitchen circuits could be monitored together even though in newer homes its required to have a minimum of about 3-4 circuits for (2) for outlets, disposer, dishwasher, and some citys even more circuits. you could also monitor furnace and a/c as one together, or 2 bathrooms, all outside lights, etc.
It looks like the perfect match for Vera, but would like to get some of the power users to review specs and let me know what they think.
The unit is internet, zigbee, rs-232, and Ethernet compatible. one model sends directly to Google Power Meter.
I'll await the experts opinions. Seems everyone is using ted and this brings in a new option that may be much more expandable.
Price starts at $299 with the ethernet interface and 8 CT sensors (2-200amp, 2-80amp,10-40amp CTshttp://www.brultech.com/store/
Unless I start hearing actual bad info on this unit I'll be getting one in the 2-4 weeks when I can afford it. Maybe tax refund money. I haven't got a Vera yet either, but have decided to go with it also.
Some of you hacker/hard-line users let me know what you think.