The more you know about energy usage from specific equipment, areas or tenants the more you can look for energy-saving opportunities or provide tenant-specific billing. Submetering allows facility managers to track energy costs by area, department, tenant and an individual piece of equipment when used with a building automation system (BAS). The information can be used for creating an overall energy-savings plan, allocating costs and more.
Class 100 (H10) Meters provide kW and kWh data for single-phase power. These revenue-grade meters maintain reading in the event of power failure and include one set of split-core current sensors. Work with WEBs-AX Energy Analytics, Tenant Billing and E-mon Energy Software.
Class 200 (H20) Meters provide kW and kWh data for three-phase power. These revenue-grade meters include one set of split-core current sensors. Work with WEBs-AX Energy Analytics, Tenant Billing and E-mon Energy Software.
Class 320 (H32) Smart Meters feature RS-485 communications. Available in a multiple meter unit (MMU) and enable simultaneous communication with up to two energy monitoring systems including BAS systems, energy monitoring and billing programs and/or M&V reporting tools. Includes one set of split-core current sensors.
Class 340 (H34) Smart Meters feature advanced dual protocol communications and enable simultaneous communication with up to two energy monitoring systems including BAS systems, energy monitoring and billing programs and/or M&V reporting tools. Optional expanded feature package includes built-in functions for load control and two pulse outputs (kWh and kVARh). Advanced 4-line large display and RS485 and Ethernet communications. Includes one set of split-core current sensors.
Class 500 (H50) Smart Meters feature advanced dual protocol communications and enable simultaneous communication with up to two energy monitoring systems including BAS systems, energy monitoring and billing programs and/or M&V reporting tools. Advanced 4-line large display and RS485 and Ethernet communications. Includes one set of split-core current sensors.
Split-core current sensors are supplied with Honeywell Class 100, 200, 500 and Green meters
The Interval Data Recorder (IDR) is an energy data collection device.
Cabinets contain 8, 16, or 24 meters mounted in a single cabinet and prewired before shipping. Cabinets are available for Class 100, Class 200 and Class 320 meters. Interval Data Recorders can be added for communications including RS-485 and Ethernet protocols. For added flexibility MMU cabinets may contain meters of different voltage configurations (i.e. 208V & 480V meters inside a single MMU enclosure).
Compact Din-Mon Smart Meters are ideally suited for internal mounting in HVAC RTUs and building automation equipment boxes, switchgear, control panels and server racks. DIN-rail or wall mounted Din-Mon meters provide 38 metering points for BAS integration and RS-485 and Ethernet communications capabilities. Current sensors ordered separately.
The PowerSmart family of power quality energy monitors are designed for commercial, industrial and institutional energy monitoring applications. These submeters provide improved energy efficiency and monitoring capabilities for multi-family, commercial, industrial, data center and other branch circuit monitoring applications.
PowerSmart Plus Essential: Multi-funcitonal
PowerSmart Advanced: Multi-functional meter and power quality analyzer
PowerSmart Socket Meter: Revenue--grade three phase
Branch level energy data visualization is easy with Multi-Mon branch circuit monitors. Multi-Mon offers a packaged solution that systems designers and end users can easily integrate with their own equipment. Multi-Mon provides energy monitoring, tenant billing, cost allocation, power quality management and energy data visualization at the branch circuit level. MMU cabinets facilitate centralized submeter readings for easy data management.
For open-protocol standards and cost-effective energy information, Honeywell offers the SXBC Series. Connect transducers to LonWorks networks through the SXBC devices. Save on installation when combining the simple installation to the SXBC platform.
Honeywell’s three-phase networked power meters combine power metering electronics and industrial grade current sensors. Choose from the SXB35 meters, ideal for submetering, and SXB36 Enhanced Data Stream meters, ideal for monitoring and diagnostics.
The Honeywell SXB40/SXB50 Series kW (real power)/kWh (consumption) transducers, combine processing electronics and industrial grade current sensors in an easy-to install split-core package, plus, they continuously measure voltage and current values.
Honeywell current switches can detect whether or not current is flowing, and then transmit the status to a building management system, DDC or PLC controller. Honeywell current transmitters measure the level of operating current.
The Honeywell Class 100 kWh meters are fully electronic, low-cost meters for monitoring electrical usage in multi-family, commercial and industrial applications. Monitor anything from a single lighting circuit to an entire building.
The Class 500 Meter sensor meter used to monitor electric power usage of individual loads. Installation must only be performed by qualified personnel and in accordance with these instructions and all local and national electrical codes.