• Tuesday, 23 July 2019

Leviton Expands VerifEye Submetering Solutions with Series 7000 and 7100 Advanced Branch Circuit Monitors


May 18, 2019 (2 months ago) |
TUALATIN, Ore: Leviton announced the expansion of the VerifEye Submetering Solutions product line with the launch of the new Series 7000 and 7100 advanced branch circuit monitors.
Ideal for high-density applications, these meters support all industry standard communications protocols and can monitor up to 48 independent, user-defined inputs on one single meter board.

With this new offering, Leviton is delivering a solution that allows customers to capture hundreds of data points from a variety of different circuits, said Troy Hull, director of measurement & verification for Leviton Energy Management Controls & Automation. The new meters also provide our customers with a less complex installation process and increased flexibility.

The Series 7000 and 7100 support all industry standard communications protocols, including RS-485, BACnet MS/TP, BACnet IP, ModBus TCP and Ethernet, for maximum flexibility. These solutions were engineered for real-time monitoring of current, voltage, instantaneous power, demand and energy consumption of each circuit in a panelboard, including the main feed. Both lines can monitor up to 48 circuits and simultaneously monitor multiple systems with two independent voltage inputs. As an added advantage, these meters also improve load management with user-configurable alarm thresholds.

The Series 7000 is designed to be integrated into a panel for embedded applications and includes an option with a display. The Series 7100 incorporates a display and NEMA 1 enclosure. Ideal for new construction, industrial and retrofit applications, these meters can be used to meet ASHRAE 90.1 2013 and 2016, 2019 Title 24, and Seattle Energy Code submetering and circuit disaggregation requirements.

For more information, visit www.leviton.com/VerifEye.

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