Submetering allows facility managers to track energy costs by area, department, tenant and an individual piece of equipment when used with a building management system (BMS). The information can be used for creating an overall energy-savings plan, allocating costs and more.
From apartment complexes to data centers, submetering enables end users to monitor energy consumption and allocate costs whether they are measuring a circuit, a panel, or an entire building. Here are some of our favorite use cases.
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These easy-to-install meters can monitor anything from a single-phase circuit to a specific load panel to an entire building.
Green Class Meters
Green Class meters provide a cost-effective way to benchmark and monitor energy usage trends and to estimated CO2 emissions.
E-Mon smart meters for energy, power quality and BAS integration combine an extended feature set with a wider range of metering functions.
E-Mon Multi-Mon is a multiple branch circuit energy monitor that collects granular energy intelligence data for tenant billing, cost allocation and energy management.
E-Mon PowerSmart+ family of power quality energy monitors and revenue-grade power quality socket meters are ideal for commercial, industrial and institutional energy monitoring applications.
Gas pulse meters are traditionally for natural gas and propane use, although they can be used to meter other types of gases.
Cold and hot water meters are equipped with a pulse output for interfacing with external interval data recorders for communication via Modbus, BACnet, LonWorks and EZ7 to E-Mon Energy software and/or EMS/BMS systems.
E-Mon Current Sensors
Split and solid core sensors designed to be used exclusively with corresponding E-Mon Submeters.
E-Mon MMU Cabinets
Compact installation of multiple meters allow for easy and centralized reading. Available for configurations containing up to 8,16, or 24 meters.
Interval Data Recorders
Collects and stores interval energy data from meters in time-stamped intervals for later download, allowing for profiling of meter data or more detailed analysis.
Energy Monitoring System
An energy monitoring system that reads and monitors energy consumption easily and effectively to help with energy savings, cost allocation and true tenant billing.
Meter Reading Services
Meter reading and billing services to help property managers formulate a complete approach to accurate and reliable tenant energy use allocation and billing.
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