Leviton Introduces Industrial-Class Meter
Leviton has expanded its line of VerifEye submetering products. The three-phase Series 4000 Industrial ModBus Smart Meter offers measurement and verification of electrical use across a range of industrial, commercial, institutional and government cost-allocation, and energy-conservation applications.
The VerifEye Series 4000 meters 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 integration with building automation and energy management systems. The Series 4000 is compliant with 50Hz and 600V applications.
The meters communicate using ModBus RTU open protocols for interoperability with automatic meter reader systems, building automation systems, building management systems and energy management information systems.
The Series 4000 withstands temperature extremes from 22°F to 158°F (-30°C to 70°C) and a voltage range of 90V to 600V, including 347V (L-N) and 600V (L-L). In addition to split core current transformers (CTs), the Series 4000 also offers Rogowski rope-style CTs for ratings of 20A-5000A in a variety of lengths.
The Series 4000 can be used as part of a submetering solution to benchmark usage, allocate costs, bill tenants and comply with green buildings initiatives and government mandates. When used with Leviton’s Energy Management Hub (EMH), users can integrate with VerifEye’s web-based or PC-based software platforms.
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