Electric smart meters

D-Mon Smart Metering products from E-Mon offer a variety of features.

01/05/2012


D-Mon Smart Metering products from E-Mon offer a variety of features including built-in communications providing 38 metering parameters of energy information, expanded protocol options for integration into building automation systems, and enhanced on-board memory storage options. In addition to UL/CUL listings, the meters are certified to high levels of accuracy standards by an independent testing lab to ANSI C12.20 national accuracy standards of +/- 0.2% from 1% to 100% of rated load. Class 3200-Smart Meter is available in MMU (multiple meter unit) configuration offering a 4-line LCD display showing kWh, demand with peak date and time, power factor (%) per phase, real-time load in kW, amps per phase, and more. Meters are available in both indoor and outdoor enclosures and include built-in communication for E-Mon Energy (EZ7 standard), Modbus RTU, and BACnet MS/TP (optional).

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