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by Kees Bakker / August 11, 2010 6:40 PM PDT

I deleted your post because it gave the impression of being a SEO ad. Google gives some search results for the product you mentioned that suggest a SEO campaign. Such as one particular guy that says in one recent post he used the product for a few month already and in another recent post says he just found it and wants information from somebody who has been using it for a few months already.

If your interest is real, I'm sure the answers to your posts on other forums will give good results. I can only say that you better ask an electricity tech to change the wiring in the building so all your tenants have their own usage meter.



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