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iRemo Tap: controlling outlets via the Internet

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iRemo Tap: controlling outlets via the Internet
Japanese manufacturer of embedded software Ubiquitous Corporation decided to enter the consumer device market and released a smart surge protector with display iRemo Tap which shows the current electricity consumption of each appliance.And not only does it show, but it also allows you to control the outlets from your smartphone via the Internet.
Included with the device is a WiFi transmitter, which connects to the local network (don’t tell me it increases electricity consumption, because it’s all about saving money)
iRemo Tap: controlling outlets via the Internet
Thus, you can view the statistics even via the Internet (a web server is included).
iRemo Tap: controlling outlets via the Internet
Since each outlet has a separate filter, you can unplug individual appliances when you’re away from home. So now it’s silly to worry if I turned the iron off before I left – it can be turned off on the way to work.
Email or Twitter notifications are supported, such as when your monthly electricity limit is exceeded.
The device will be shown to the public for the first time at the Embedded Systems Expo (ESEC) on May 11 in Tokyo. It will reportedly cost "several thousand yen" (3000 yen = $37 at the current exchange rate) when it goes into mass production. Apparently, this is the cost of each individual filter, of which there are several per house, so the whole smart system will cost a couple of hundred dollars.
iRemo Tap: controlling outlets via the Internet
Subject :
Similar device from Fujitsu , although not of the same elegant design.
iRemo Tap: controlling outlets via the Internet

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