PALATINE, III. - March 18, 2002 - Ideal for sub-tenant metering, the new POWERLOGIC(R) 480V Energy Meter from Square D is easy to install and easy to use. Designed to provide cost-effective metering solutions for monitoring 240V to 480V applications, the meter readings allow commercial contractors and building managers to decide how to charge tenants based on real-time energy consumption.
The expanded range meter is ideal for commercial and industrial submetering projects, including residential and commercial multi-tenant facilities, strip malls and stadiums. The new 480V meter includes a kYZ pulse output contact that can be used to provide control systems with kWhr pulses. The pulse output easily integrates with existing building automation systems.
Factory assembled split core CTs help with easy installation and a large LED display provides easy to read electrical information requiring no multipliers. The POWERLOGIC 480V Energy Meter also features a Palm OS interface to make data gathering easy and more accurate by eliminating risk of errors.
For more information about the POWERLOGIC 480V Energy Meter or the complete line of power management products from Square D, contact Square D at 1-800-392-8781. Or, visit the Square D web site at www.SquareD.com
Located in LaVergne, Tenn., the Power Management Organization was created within Square D/Schneider Electric in 1989 to develop, design and market power monitoring and control systems and analytical services. The Power Management Organization offers a full range of products and services, including power monitoring hardware and software, lighting control hardware and software and a variety of engineering services.
SQUARE D is a market-leading brand of electrical distribution, industrial control and automation products, systems and services, and is the flagship brand in the U.S. for the North American Division of Schneider Electric. SQUARE D products are found in all types of residential, commercial and industrial construction, in a wide range of manufacturing and processing facilities, and in or on the products of other manufacturers. Schneider Electric, headquartered in Paris, France, is a global electrical industry leader with 2001 sales of approximately $8.7 billion.