Packet Power uses the local LED display on our newer meters to show more than just amps by phase. That's good, but it can get a little cryptic. Is "con" a good thing? If so, why don't you see it all the time? What does "no" mean? Why does Packet Power use a "U" to communicate voltage? And what's up with the red and green blinking lights?
Read on for a quick overview of all that your power meter is telling you.