Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Leviton expands VerifEye submetering line

USA: Leviton announced the expansion of its revenue-grade line of VerifEye submeters with the addition of the Series 3300 and Series 3500 models.

Featuring advanced communication protocols, these highly accurate 0.5 percent accuracy-class kWh/demand meters enable tracking, monitoring and verification of real-time energy usage in commercial and industrial environments. Both meters deliver universal voltage performance and easily integrate with building management systems.

Ideal for typical 3-phase, 3-wire (Delta) and 3-phase, 4-wire (WYE) circuits applications, VerifEye Series 3300 and 3500 provide kVA, kVAR, PF and per-phase voltage mea­surements. Both models feature time of use (TOU) readings and a user-friendly LCD display which provides quick, easy visualization of power status and signal strength.

The meters are designed for installation in facilities seeking to implement a comprehensive energy management program where the ability to benchmark, load shed, allocate costs and efficiently bill tenants, as well as comply with green building programs and government mandates, is desirable.

"The extreme accuracy of the Leviton VerifEye Series 3300 and 3500 smart meters makes them ideal for identifying how and where energy is being used throughout commercial and industrial facilities," said Richard Westfall, VP and GM, Leviton Lighting & Energy Solutions.
"We have designed these new models to help facility managers implement a comprehensive energy conservation program as part of a strategy to achieve cost reduction and improve building performance."

The Series 3300 meter uses RS-485 and Modbus RTU integration for easy configuration to BACNet MS/TP building automation system networks. The Ethernet-enabled Series 3500 provides easy configuration for Modbus TCP/IP building automation systems.

Both models come standard with an isolated pulse output for an additional communication capability. Their seamless integration with Leviton's BillSuite software, third-party billing systems, as well as utility company gas, steam and water meters provides a comprehensive system for implementing facility-wide energy management and cost reduction programs.

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