If you require a little more information on the amount of power any of your devices consume or would like to be able to control power to them remotely via a website. The new iRemoTap power supply created and developed by Ubiquitous might be worth a look.
The iRemoTap system enables you to switch off devices you may have forgotten about, and even receive a mail or tweet if the power consumption for a certain gadget or device exceeds a specific figure you have set.
“At Ubiquitous, our business is software development for embedded systems, and we have our own OS. This OS runs on just a few kilobytes, and the OS and software components needed for a network stack and wireless communication can be put in a module containing a microcontroller and wireless LAN chip. And using serial connection, even sensor systems can be accessed easily via wireless LAN.
Ordinary taps with microcontrollers can be connected via wireless LAN, and that was the first thing we worked on. So our first goal was enabling our software solution to provide cloud support, even for ordinary wireless LAN taps, very quickly at low cost.”
Source : Diginfo