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Check out this power monitor that texts you when the power drops

We hate – no, we actually we loathe – arriving home to find the power out and we’re sure you do as well but Netshield could rid us of that hate quite soon.  The Simple Single Phase GSM Power Monitor PH1 from Netshield might have a long and convoluted name but its as simple as putting a plug into a socket, because that’s how it works.  Simply plug the PH1 into a South African three-prong plug socket and hey presto you never have to worry about arriving home to a powerless home again. Of course, there is a bit more to it than that.

Read the article over at hypertext here.


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