The Home Energy and Water Efficiency kit is designed to support and empower residents serviced by Myli libraries to reduce their impact on climate change. The kit will identify where you can improve the efficiency of your home, helping you save money, make your home more comfortable and reduce your carbon emissions.
The power-mate lite shows how much electricity an appliance is using and what this is costing you.
The thermal imaging camera shows where hot and cold areas are around your house. It highlights areas where draughts, water leaks and missing insulation might be present.
The energy saving thermometer shows the appropriate operating temperature for heating, cooling, hot water service, fridge, and freezer. It will inform you if you need to adjust your settings.
The water flow measuring cup will tell you the flow of your shower and taps in litres per minute.
Instructions for each of the items are provided for additional support and reference.
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This product contains live mains voltage and should be used only by an adult or under adult supervision. Do not use in wet areas or allow the unit to get wet. If the power cord or case becomes damaged, please do not use and notify the library staff when returning this kit. For further operating advice refer to the operating instructions located in the kit.
This device is intended to be used for operation of 240 volts AC with a maximum load current of 10 Amps. When the current exceeds 10 Amps the display flashes the message ‘WARNING OVERLOAD’. Turn off or disconnect the excessive load as soon as possible to avoid damaging the PML.
These kits were donated to Myli in 2023 as a collaboration between Bass Coast, Baw Baw, Cardinia Shire, and South Gippsland councils. We are grateful to Casey, Darebin, and Hobart councils for providing the instructional materials from their home energy efficiency kits as a guide. The support of the Energy Innovation Cooperative in developing early versions of these kits is also acknowledged, as is their continued work in supporting community energy solutions.