Choosing the best appliances to monitor will ensure that customers get the full benefits of the Evermind system. 

When choosing three appliances to monitor, help the Appliance Monitor think of the Appliance User’s daily habits. The optimal configuration will enable them to see the Appliance User’s activity at three equal intervals during the day. Ideally, this means one appliance they typically use in the morning, a second they typically use at midday, and a third they typically use at night. 

There are as many different useful configurations of the Evermind system as there are unique individuals. While we recommend that they use all three Evermind sensors, the Evermind system works even if they choose to monitor only one or two appliances. Though it is better to monitor appliances that are used frequently and habitually, it is also valuable to monitor appliances that are used only infrequently or irregularly. After a few days of using Evermind, they may choose to change which appliances they monitor.

Compatible Appliances

Compatible appliances include: coffee makers, televisions, lamps, microwave ovens, toaster ovens, toasters, crock pots, electric kettles, stereos or radios, hair dryers, curling irons, hair straighteners, garage door openers, washing machines, CPAP machines, and more. 

In addition to these, Evermind may work with other appliances that they choose to monitor. 

Note: More options will become available in the future.

Incompatible Appliances

Evermind does not currently support: space heaters, computers, mobile phones, or tablets. Evermind is not compatible with most night lights and low-power lamps with LED or CFL bulbs that draw less than 10w of power. It is recommended that Evermind sensors not be used with switched outlets.