Our circuit-level DIN rail form-factor wireless energy meters (also called sub-meters or cyber-meters) are so small that almost fit everywhere. Due to their optimal cost efficient design, they have a low TCO enabling the adoption of a larger number of metering points, driving much more detailed insight into energy efficiency opportunities.
Mesh network connectivity permits effective positioning of energy meters in any location of a building. Integrated with Meazon Janus gateway, data can be aggregated for energy analytics and insight generation in Meazon cloud-based monitoring service. Alternatively, thanks to our open, pluggable data architecture customers can choose to route their energy meters data to other data collection and analysis services.
The high metering accuracy (consistent with the definitions in IEEE 1459 and ANSI C12.1) and advanced meter points (current, voltage, frequency, active and reactive power/energy) combined with the internal datalogger and scheduler give the best value for money. The highly integrated low power design implemented in a sophisticated embedded system design enables a low BOM / high performance design allowing for monitoring samples down to 1 second.
The wireless interface ΙΕΕΕ 802.15.4 (ΖigΒee) simplifies the installation effort and minimizes costs. The low cost allows the technology to be widely deployed in wireless control and monitoring applications. Low power usage allows longer life with smaller batteries. Mesh networking provides high reliability and more extensive range. The ZigBee network layer natively supports both star and tree typical networks, and generic mesh networks.
Find a report by US Department of Energy about our energy submeters HERE