Industrial-class smart meter

The VerifEye Series 4000 Industrial ModBus Smart Meter is a turnkey solution for measuring and verifying electrical usage across a range of industrial, commercial, and other energy-saving applications.

08/27/2014


The VerifEye Series 4000 Industrial ModBus Smart Meter is a turnkey solution for measuring and verifying electrical usage across a range of industrial, commercial, and other energy-saving applications. Courtesy: LevitonLeviton's VerifEye Series 4000 Industrial ModBus Smart Meter is designed to offer a turnkey solution for measuring and verifying electrical usage across a range of industrial, commercial, institutional and government cost-allocation, and energy-conservation applications. The VerifEye Series 4000 meters are designed to provide universal voltage and CE safety compliance, wall and DIN Rail mounting options (with an optional NEMA 4X enclosure for outdoor applications), and an advanced communications architecture for seamless integration with building automation and energy management systems. The Series 4000 is useful for revenue-grade applications requiring flexible mounting options, voltage and frequency range variances, site-level load size variations, and compliance with 50 Hz and 600 V appli­cations. 

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