Smart meters

Leviton’s Series 3000 line of UL-listed smart meters measure power use in a building with enhanced measurement functionality, greater communications capabilities, and indicators to ensure proper installation and accurate data collection.

09/13/2012


Series 3000Leviton’s Series 3000 line of UL-listed smart meters measure power use in a building with enhanced measurement functionality, greater communications capabilities, and indicators to ensure proper installation and accurate data collection. Designed for commercial, institutional, industrial, and government applications, these meters monitor power consumption for individual tenants, departments, and pieces of equipment, or other loads, to account for their actual energy usage. They measure kWh, demand, instantaneous power, V, A, W, VAR, and VA per phase. These meters are equipped with an isolated pulse output channel and an RS-485 two-way serial port and open architecture platform for integration with AMR/BAS/BMS/EMS systems.

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