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A Home Appliance Recognition System Using the Approach of Measuring Power Consumption and Power Factor on the Electrical Panel, Based on Energy Meter ICs

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Currently a large effort is being done with the intention to educate people about how much energy each electrical appliance uses in their houses, since this knowledge is the fundamental basis of energy efficiency programs that can be managed by the household owners. This paper presents a simple yet functional non-intrusive method for electric power measurement that can be applied in energy efficiency programs, in order to provide a better knowledge of the energy consumption of the appliances in a home.

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Moro, J. , Duarte, L. , Ferreira, E. and Dias, J. (2013) A Home Appliance Recognition System Using the Approach of Measuring Power Consumption and Power Factor on the Electrical Panel, Based on Energy Meter ICs. Circuits and Systems, 4, 245-251. doi: 10.4236/cs.2013.43033.

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