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Energy meter improves energy efficiency

Energy meter improves energy efficiency

The Square D PowerLogic E4800 multi-circuit energy meter from Schneider Electric offers a cost-effective and flexible revenue-grade submetering platform for new or existing facilities and also helps increase energy efficiency. Intended for use in condominiums, office towers, and shopping centers, the meter’s compact, high-density design enables retrofit metering of up to 24 individual circuits as a standalone, multi-point metering system wall-mounted next to an existing electrical distribution panelboard or as an integrated I-line panelboard for new construction. Complying with ANSI and IEC accuracy standards, meters automatically push interval energy data over an existing Ethernet or phone network to PowerLogic Tenant Metering on-site or web-hosted applications for easy bill preparation, energy analysis, and data export to third-party billing services.

“Property managers are looking for an accurate sub-billing solution that’s simple and cost-effective,” says Paul Golden, business development manager for commercial properties, Schneider Electric. “The utility-grade PowerLogic E4800 meter offers a fast and affordable way to install large numbers of metering points. It connects easily to software, forming a highly scalable solution that not only meets tenants’ demands for accurate billing, but also can help tenants and landlords expose opportunities to cut costs, improve energy efficiency and establish a ‘green’ image through LEED building certifications and other efforts.”

As requirements increase to understand energy usage and apply strategies for energy savings, submetering systems have become critical to the operation of all types of buildings. The Square D PowerLogic E4800 multi-circuit energy meter is a suitable solution for a wide variety of submetering applications in new construction as well as retrofit of existing installations.

For more information, visit Schneider Electric.

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