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Section 1TypicalApplicationsSECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10


Commercial Hot Spots For Energy SavingsTypical Commercial Facility Metered Point MapAdministrationITQ/AParkingLotLightingDeliLobbyManufacturingShippingTenant 1RetailTenant 1 Admin. Tenant 2 Tenant 2ApplicationsAdditional Metered Items1. Allocate usage to individual tenants, departmentsor entire buildings.2. Accurately monitor common area usage.3. Monitor building equipment to identify potentialfailures before they happen.4. Monitor HVAC equipment to identify inefficiencies.5. Allocate costs of energy used after-hours.Alternative System Configurations1. Total common areas including parking lot andwalkway lighting.2. HVAC equipment by floor or entire building.3. Specific departments within tenant spaces.4. Production equipment for maintenance programs.5. Monitor production lines for allocation to specific products.6. Monitor tenant after-hours energy usage.1. MMU Cabinets. Order meters installed in one compact enclosure and save installation time and valuable building space.2. Automatic meter reading. Install IDRs to gather meter data for remote meter reading via computer.3. Utilize E-Mon’s metering software to generate individual tenant usage statements, demand profiles and energy graphs.Energy Monitoring Products®To receive a free site evaluation, contact E-Mon atwww.emon.com/comm1.asp or call (800) 334-3666.


Commercial Hot Spots For Energy SavingsLeased SpacesNo two tenants use energy the same way. One may be a small office with lighting and a telephonewhile their neighbor is a software company with computers, servers and special air conditioning units.Building owners are now able to install submeters to monitor each tenant individually and generateenergy statements based on actual energy use. This increases tenant satisfaction becausethey know they are only accountable for the energy they use, while the building managers benefitfrom recovering all tenant energy costs.Common Area ManagementElevators, HVAC, parking lot lighting and common area lighting all have an effect on a building’soverall energy budget. Building owners have often struggled with accurate management ofcommon area costs. Metering these areas provides owners with the data they need to gaininsight on common area energy usage allowing for accurate allocation of costs to tenants.Monitor After-Hours Energy UsageAre your tenants working overtime? Many businesses operate longer than the standard 9-5workday. To better manage after-hours energy usage businesses utilize meters to record energyused over and above the lease allotment. This allows energy costs to be allocated back to specificdepartments or users for overtime usage.Department Allocation Within A Leased SpaceBuilding owners and managers are not the only ones interested in monitoring energy usage.Tenants within a building may have multiple departments within their leased space such asmanufacturing, testing, administration, IT and accounting. Monitoring energy usage to individualdepartments allow the tenant to allocate energy costs to specific departments within their ownbusiness, ensuring accurate budgeting and increased energy efficiency.Equipment Maintenance ProgramsAs the cost of doing business increases and budgets are more constrained, it is more importantthan ever to avoid costly equipment replacement. Submeters can be installed on key pieces ofequipment to identify potential equipment failures. This allows facility managers to take steps toschedule repairs before equipment fails, thus avoiding costly and unexpected downtimes.Energy Monitoring Products®To receive a free site evaluation, contact E-Mon atwww.emon.com/comm1.asp or call (800) 334-3666.


Industrial Hot Spots For Energy SavingsTypical Manufacturing Facility Metered Point MapAdministrationITTestingLine 1LobbyLine 2ShippingLine 3Q/CApplications1. Identify and allocate energy usage to individual production lines, production runs or pieces of equipment.2. Allocate costs to non-production departments, lighting and other common areas for budget analysis.3. Monitor manufacturing and other building equipment to identify potential failures before they happen.4. Monitor HVAC equipment to identify inefficiencies.Alternative System Configurations1. Advanced meters. Monitor loads for demand analysis, single-point load control and alarming.2. Automatic meter reading with E-Mon software. Generate individual usage statements and demandgraphs for usage analysis, load aggregation and energy cost reduction.3. MMU cabinets. Order meters installed in one compact enclosure and reduce installation time and savevaluable building space.Energy Monitoring Products®To receive a free site evaluation, contact E-Mon atwww.emon.com/indus1.asp or call (800) 334-3666.


Industrial Hot Spots For Energy SavingsDemand Analysis & Load ControlUsers are billed high kilowatt demand rates for an entire month or multiple monthseven if the demand only occurs for a 15-30 minute period during a given month.The key to avoiding these exorbitant costs is to identify peaks in usage andproactively take steps to reduce those peaks. Graphic profiling of individual oraggregated loads will pinpoint peak usage areas or equipment. With this datamanufacturers are able to employ load controlling devices to set high/low thresholds,control loads and reduce energy costs.Production Run AllocationSubmetering allows manufacturers to identify exact energy costs by productionline, production run, individual piece of equipment or the entire facility. This dataenables manufacturers to accurately allocate energy costs to individual productsor customers, avoiding estimation errors while increasing profitability. Formanufacturers that produce multiple products, this data is key for creating accuratecosting models and profitable price levels.Department AllocationManufacturing facilities often have more than production areas within theirfacility; accounting, testing, quality control or maintenance departments.Monitoring energy usage of non-production departments allows businesses todrill down on energy usage to identify how, when and where energy is being used.In addition to separating production from other departments, businesses canallocate energy costs to these individual departments, ensuring accurate budgetingand increased energy efficiency.Equipment Maintenance ProgramsAs the cost of doing business increases and budgets are more constrained, it ismore important than ever to avoid production interruptions and costly equipmentreplacement. Submeters can be installed on key pieces of equipment to monitorusage and identify potential failures. This allows facility managers to take proactivesteps to schedule repairs before equipment fails, thus avoiding costly andunexpected downtimes.Energy Monitoring Products®To receive a free site evaluation, contact E-Mon atwww.emon.com/indus1.asp or call (800) 334-3666.


Campus Hot Spots For Energy SavingsEvent AllocationSporting events, concerts and festivals all require large amounts of energy. Campuses usesubmeters to monitor usage of parking and stadium lighting, sound systems and vendors foraccurate allocation of energy costs back to the event sponsors. Campuses generate accurateenergy usage statements for individual events avoiding costly estimation errors and ensuringthat all event energy costs are recovered.Leased SpacesRestaurants, coffee shops and retail stores all play an important role in campus life. Theseleased spaces use energy at different rates. Campuses are now able to install submeters tomonitor each individual leased space and generate energy statements based on their individualenergy use. This increases tenant satisfaction because they know they are only accountablefor the energy they use, while the campus benefits from recovering all tenant energy costs.Campuses also install submeters on common areas, allowing them to more effectively managecommon area costs.Department AllocationChemistry, Accounting, Mathematics and Engineering are just a few of the departments thathave classrooms and administration offices with budget accountability Metering eachdepartment allows users to take advantage of energy-saving opportunities which may be assimple as turning off lights or computers when rooms are not in use. When departmentbudgets include energy use, users will be inclined to take the necessary steps to ease thepressure on their budgets by reducing overall energy use.Student Housing & Dormitory MonitoringStudents use energy. Those held accountable for what they use will use less. This is thepremise for metering energy consumption in student housing and dormitories. Campusesinstall submeters on individual spaces and generate usage statements for each student.Because they are responsible for the energy they actually use, students will be more inclinedto take energy-saving measures such as closing windows to keep heat or air conditioningfrom running or turning off lights and other electronic items when no one is there.Equipment Maintenance ProgramsAs the cost of education increases and budgets are more constrained, it is more important thanever to avoid costly equipment replacement. Submeters can be installed on key pieces ofequipment to identify potential equipment failures. This allows facility managers to take steps toschedule repairs before equipment fails, thus avoiding costly and unexpected downtimes.Energy Monitoring Products®To receive a free site evaluation, contact E-Mon atwww.emon.com/educ1.asp or call (800) 334-3666.


Campus Metering ApplicationTypical Campus Facility Metered Point MapAdministrationStudentHousingCafeteria/CanteenStudentCenterLibraryParking LotLightingOpen-Air Events AreaGym& FitnessCenterEventStadiumClassesBldg. AClassesBldg. BClassesBldg. CMechanicalFacilitiesApplicationsAdditional Metered Items1. Allocate energy usage to specific departmentsand/or buildings.2. Monitor HVAC equipment to identify inefficiencies.3. Monitor building equipment to identify potentialfailures before they happen.4. Allocate usage to individual tenants.5. Accurately monitor common areas.6. Allocate costs of energy used during events.1. Total common areas.2. HVAC equipment by building or overall campus.3. Lighting for parking lots, walkways, event stagesand stadiums.4. Specific departments within class buildings.5. Common area lighting within buildings.6. Individual meters for leased spaces.7. Specific departments within administration.Alternative System Configurations1. Automatic meter reading. Install IDRs to gather meter data so meters can be remotely read viacomputer.2. Utilize E-Mon Energy software to generate individualized tenant usage statements, demand profilesand energy graphs.3. MMU Cabinets. Order meters installed in one compact enclosure and save installation time andvaluable building space.Energy Monitoring Products®To receive a free site evaluation, contact E-Mon atwww.emon.com/educ1.asp or call (800) 334-3666.


Section 2Metering ProductSpecificationsSECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10


®Metering ProductsE-Mon D-Mon ® MetersE-Mon D-Mon meter are used to monitor energy use in commercial,industrial and multi-family applications such as office buildings & malls,colleges & universities, manufacturing plants, federal buildings, hospitals,apartments and condominiums. Building owners and managers use theenergy data gained from the meters for tenant metering & billing,departmental allocation, demand analysis, metering & verification andload control. The E-Mon D-Mon portfolio of products are ideal forsingle-point installations or can be integrated into a complete utilitymetering system.Advanced MetersInterval Data RecordersAccessoriesSoftwareKey BenefitsThe Industry StandardVersatile -Flexible -Accurate -Reliable -Ideal for commercial, industrial, multi-family andinstitutional facilities.Monitor anything from a single lighting circuitto an entire building.Certified to national accuracy standardsANSI C12.1 and C12.16.E-Mon D-Mon meters have set the industrystandard for metering products for over 25 years.Trusted by contractorsfor over 25 years.Key FeaturesIdeal for both new and retrofitted facilities.Patented split-core current sensors allow for saferinstallation without power interruption.Compact size is ideal for installations where space isat a premium. No CT cabinets are required.UL Listed. Utility-grade accuracy.E-MonD-Mon®For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.com


®BenefitsE-Mon D-Mon ® Meters• Interface with existing building management systems.• Measure energy use and encourage energy conservation.• Reduce peak demand costs and prevent costly downtime.• Allocate energy costs accurately based on actual energy usage.• Increase operational efficiencies.• Maximize space-restricted areas with Multiple Meter Unit (MMU)cabinets that contain up to 24 meters.• Control and forecast energy usage.• Enhance ROI and focus on your core business.Features• Monitors a single electrical circuit, piece of equipment, department, tenant or even the entire building.• Interfaces with E-Mon Energy software for tenant billing, cost allocation and graphing of energy usage.• Installation diagnostic indicator.• UL Listed/CSA Approved.• Utility-grade accuracy.Specifications• Available in stand-alone and MMU configurations.• 0-2 Volt output split-core current sensors allow for remote mounting of sensors up to 2,000 feetaway from meter without power interruption. (Optional solid-core sensors available.)• Monitor multiple loads with one meter for cumulative reading.• Industrial grade JIC steel enclosure with padlocking hasp and mounting flanges for indoor installation.• Optional NEMA 4X outdoor enclosure available.• Variety of communications options, including telephone, Ethernet and ModBus.


CLASS 1000SINGLE-PHASE kWh METEREnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®FeaturesMMU Style(Multiple Meter Unit)Direct-read 8-digit LCD display without multiplierdisplays accumulative kWh and “real-time” kW load.Revenue-grade accuracy.Patented 0-2 volt output split-core current sensorspromote enhanced safety and accurate remotemounting of current sensors up to 2000 feet frommeter without power interruption. (Optionalsolid-core sensors available.)Parallel up to three (3) sets of current sensors forcumulative reading.Meter can be used in the following configurations:1-Phase, 2-Wire2-Phase, 3-WireFor other configurations, contact factory.Industrial grade JIC steel enclosure foriindoor installations with 1 1/16" KO (3/4” cond.)on bottom of enclosure and 7/8" (1/2" cond.)on top of enclosure.Optional enclosures:MMU (Multiple Meter Unit) CabinetsNEMA 4X outdoor enclosure availablePadlocking hasp & mounting flanges.Maintains reading in the event of power failure.Compatible with E-Mon D-Mon accessories.UL Listed/CSA Approved.Certified to ANSI C12.1 and C12.16 electronicmeter national accuracy standards.Certified to California metering standards by the Bureauof Weights and Measures.New York City approved, Con Edison approved forRSP program.Stand-Alone ConfigurationDim: 6 3/4" H x 5 3/16" W x 3 1/4" DModel Numbers120V, 1-Phase, 2W (4-Digit Display)(Supplied with (1) split-core current sensor)212025-SA KIT (25 amp)212050-SA KIT (50 amp)2120100-SA KIT (100 amp)2120200-SA KIT (200 amp)120/208-240V, 1- or 2-Phase, 3W(Supplied with (2) split-core current sensors)320825-SA KIT (25 amp)*320850-SA KIT (50 amp)*3208100-SA KIT (100 amp)*3208200-SA KIT (200 amp)*277V, 1-Phase, 2W (4-Digit Display)(Supplied with (1) split-core current sensor)227725-SA KIT (25 amp)227750-SA KIT (50 amp)2277100-SA KIT (100 amp)2277200-SA KIT (200 amp)For MMU-style add suffix "M" to the model number,e.g., 3208200-SAM KIT*For outdoor enclosure add suffix “R” to themodel number, e.g., 3208100-SAR KIT®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


INSTALLATION OVERVIEWCLASS 1000, 2000 and 3000 MetersEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®INSTALLATION OVERVIEW3-PHASE, 3-WIRE OR 3-PHASE, 4-WIREINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon ® MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B Ø CØ A Ø B Ø C N W B W B W BMeter TerminalBlock ConnectionsCurrent Sensor &Voltage Connections *ABCLOADNSOURCE1-PHASE, 2-WIRE 120 or 277 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAM(Class 1000 Series Only)SINGLE-PHASE, 3-WIRE120/240, 120/208 or 480 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ AØAN W B* * * * * *LINE VOLTAGEØ A ØB NCURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B ? CW B W B W B* * * ALOADNLOADSOURCEASOURCEB or AN* These terminals are not used in Class 1000 installations.Recommended fuses or circuit breaker per the National Electrical Code (Meter load 6VA.)Neutral not required in delta system.Split-core current sensors. Install according to instructions.Install jumper.*®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


CLASS 2000 KWH METEREnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®FeaturesDirect-read 8-digit LCD display without multiplierdisplays accumulative kWh and "real-time" kW load.Demand option displays kW/Demand and kW Peakdate and time (15 minute interval standard, 30 minuteinterval available.)Utility Grade Metering Accuracy.0-2 volt output split-core current sensorspromote enhanced safety and accurate remotemounting of current sensors up to 2000 feet frommeter without power interruption. (Optional solid-coresensors available.)Current sensor installation diagnostic indicator.Parallel up to three (3) sets of current sensorsfor cumulative reading.Meter can be used on the following configurations:3-Phase, 4-Wire3-Phase, 3-Wire2-Phase, 3-WireFor other configurations contact factory.Optional removable terminal block for pulse output.Industrial-grade JIC steel enclosure with padlockinghasp and mounting flanges for indoor installations with1 1/16" KO (3/4" Cond.) on bottom of enclosure.Optional Enclosures:MMU (Multiple-Meter Unit) CabinetsNEMA 4X Raintight EnclosureDimensions: 7 1/4" H x 7" W x 3 1/4" DModel Numbers120/208-240V, 3-Phase, 4W240V, 3-Phase, 3W208100 KIT (100 amp)208200 KIT (200 amp)208400 KIT (400 amp)208800 KIT (800 amp)2081600 KIT (1600 amp)2083200 KIT (3200 amp)277/480V, 3-Phase, 4W480V, 3-Phase, 3W480100 KIT (100 amp)480200 KIT (200 amp)480400 KIT (400 amp)480800 KIT (800 amp)4801600 KIT (1600 amp)4803200 KIT (3200 amp)Compatible with E-Mon D-Mon ® accessories.Non-volatile Memory.NOTE: All meter kits include one set of three (3)split-core current sensorsUL Listed/CSA Approved.Certified to ANSI C12.1 and C12.16 electronicmeter National Accuracy Standards.Certified to California metering standards bureauof weights and measures.For demand option add suffix “D” to the modelnumber. e.g., 208400D KITFor MMU-style add suffix "M" to the model number.e.g., 4803200M KITFor outdoor enclosure add suffix "R" to the modelnumber. e.g., 208200R KITNew York City approved, Con Edison approved forRSP program.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


INSTALLATION OVERVIEWCLASS 1000, 2000 and 3000 MetersEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®INSTALLATION OVERVIEW3-PHASE, 3-WIRE OR 3-PHASE, 4-WIREINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon ® MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B Ø CØ A Ø B Ø C N W B W B W BMeter TerminalBlock ConnectionsCurrent Sensor &Voltage Connections *ABCLOADNSOURCE1-PHASE, 2-WIRE 120 or 277 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAM(Class 1000 Series Only)SINGLE-PHASE, 3-WIRE120/240, 120/208 or 480 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ AØAN W B* * * * * *LINE VOLTAGEØ A ØB NCURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B ? CW B W B W B* * * ALOADNLOADSOURCEASOURCEB or AN* These terminals are not used in Class 1000 installations.Recommended fuses or circuit breaker per the National Electrical Code (Meter load 6VA.)Neutral not required in delta system.Split-core current sensors. Install according to instructions.Install jumper.*®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


CLASS 4000 KWH METEREnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®The Class 4000 single-phase electric meter is designed for multi-family applications and features acompact, attractive housing, very low installed cost and easily interfaces with E-Mon Energy softwareand/or alternative third-party billing service providers. The Class 4000 meter is especially useful inapplications where the meter needs to be installed in the residence itself, as in apartments andcondominiums, while providing limited interruption to tenants.FeaturesEasy-to-read 6-digit electro-mechanical displayRevenue grade accuracyCertified to ANSI C12.1 and C12.16 nationalaccuracy standardsCertified to California measuring standards Bureauof W eights & Measures0-2 volt output split-core current sensors allow for enhancedsafety and accurate remote mounting of current sensorsup to 2000 feet from meter without power interruption(Optional solid-core sensors available)Meter can be used on the following configurations:1-Phase, 2-Wire2-Phase, 3-WireNon-metallic enclosure, optional flush mount kitavailableOptional multi-level tamper alarmUL ListedNew Y ork City approved, Con Edison approved forRSP programDim: 7" H x 6" W x 2" DModel Numbers120V , 1-Phase, 2W(Supplied with (1) split-core current sensor)2120100W KIT (100 amp)2120200W KIT (200 amp)120/208-240V , 1- or 2-Phase, 3W(Supplied with (2) split-core current sensors)3208100W KIT (100 amp)3208200W KIT (200 amp)Measurement Canada approved for revenue metering®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


®Class 4100 MetersE-Mon D-Mon Class 4100 meters are wireless KWH meters specificallydesigned for use in multi-family sites, including apartments, condominiumsand dormitories. The meters allow for accurate and equitable cost allocationof energy costs to tenants, departments and common areas from virtuallyany location. Data is transmitted wirelessly via built-in transceivers to a centralstorage gateway where data can be accessed using E-Mon’s automatic meterreading software software through Ethernet and Internet.Single-Phase MetersThree-Phase MetersLoad Profiling MetersInterval Data RecordersAccessoriesMetering SoftwareKey BenefitsFlexible -Affordable -Reliable -Accurate -Ideal for both new and retrofitted facilities.25-year industry standard meters have built-inwireless transceivers that avoid cabling costs.Mesh network ensures reliable data transmission.Meets national accuracy standards ofANSI C12.1 and C12.16.Wireless Mesh NetworkKey FeaturesFCC certified not to interfere with existing infrastructure.UL Listed. Measurement Canada approved forrevenue metering.Multi-Family MeteringMade Easy.Certified by California Bureau of Weights and Measures.New York City approved and Con Edison approved forRSP program.Stores interval data for up to 36 days.Meters are read via E-Mon’s wireless meter reading software.E-MonD-Mon®For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.com


®Class 4100 MetersAdditional BenefitsEnergy cost allocation statements can be generated from E-Mon’s meterreading software using data transmitted via the wireless mesh network.Split-core current sensors install easily without power interruption avoidingtenant disruption.Compact enclosure is ideal for installation inside tenant and residential spaces.Wireless mesh network provides reliable, efficient data transmission to the datastorage gateway and PC.SpecificationsWireless mesh radio network operates in the 915 MHz license-free band.Self-configuring wireless mesh network requires minimal maintenance and no network management.Automatic time syncronization ensures accurate data.Local non-volatile data storage.Can be read along with standard E-Mon D-Mon and other utility meters via E-Mon’s meter reading software.MMMMMMMMMWirelessGatewayData transmitted viaEthernet and/or Internetto E-Mon’s SoftwareWirelessGatewayWireless Meter Installation.Class 4100 meters (with built-in wireless transceivers) are easily installed in individual multi-family housing units. A single wireless gatewayis also installed inside each building and collects all Class 4100 metered data from that building. The wireless gateway transmits the metereddata via Ethernet or Internet to a central PC where all metered data is automatically read and graphed using E-Mon’s meter reading software.For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.comE-MonD-Mon®


Class 4100 Wireless kWh MeterFeaturesEasy-to-read 6-digit electro-mechanical displayfor diagnostics.Meter has built-in wireless transceiver for in-buildingremote meter data collection and can interfacewith E-Mon wireless gateways to automaticallycompile data in PC-based E-Mon metering software.Meters with built-in wireless transceivers canbe mounted inside buildings within approximately500 feet line-of-sight from each other and up toapproximately 200 feet through walls, dependingon wall material.Energy Monitoring Products & Systems®Revenue grade accuracy.On-board memory.Model NumbersMeter can be used on the following configurations:1-Phase, 2-Wire2-Phase, 3-Wire0-2 volt output split-core current sensors allow for safeand accurate remote mounting of current sensors upto 2,000 feet from meter without power interruption.(Optional solid-core sensors available.)Non-metallic enclosure is ideal for installation insidetenant and residential spaces.Wireless mesh network operates in the 915 MHzlicense-free band. No cellular wireless service contractsare required.Fully self-configuring wireless mesh network allows foreasy installation and configuration with no networkmanagement required.120V, 1-Phase, 2W(Supplied with 1 split-core current sensor)2120100WT KIT (100 amp)2120200WT KIT (200 amp)120/208-240V, 1- or 2-Phase, 3W(Supplied with 2 split-core current sensors)3208100WT KIT (100 amp)3208200WT KIT (200 amp)Additional ComponentsWireless GatewayWireless MeterReading SoftwareWGATEWAYWRSOFTFCC certified not to interfere with existing infrastructure.Meets national accuracy standards of ANCI C12.1 and C12.16.UL Listed. New York City approved, Con Edison approvedfor RSP program. Measurement Canada approved forrevenue metering. California Bureau of Weights andMeasures certified.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


Wireless Mesh NetworkConfiguration DiagramEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®High Rise Apartment BuildingSymbol KeyWireless Class 4100Gateway MeterOne meter installed insideeach tenant space.One wireless gatewaytransmitting data toE-Mon Energy softwarevia Internet, Ethernet ortelephone communication.~InternetEthernetor Phone~E-Mon Energy SoftwareGarden Style ApartmentsInternetEthernetor Phone~Bldg A~InternetEthernetor PhoneBldg C~InternetEthernetor PhoneE-Mon Energy SoftwareBldg BOne meter installed inside each tenant space.~InternetEthernetor PhoneBldg D~InternetEthernetor PhoneOne wireless gateway installed inside each building transmitting data to E-Mon Energy softwarevia Internet, Ethernet or telephone communication.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


INSTALLATION OVERVIEWCLASS 1000, 2000 and 3000 MetersEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®INSTALLATION OVERVIEW3-PHASE, 3-WIRE OR 3-PHASE, 4-WIREINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon ® MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B Ø CØ A Ø B Ø C N W B W B W BMeter TerminalBlock ConnectionsCurrent Sensor &Voltage Connections *ABCLOADNSOURCE1-PHASE, 2-WIRE 120 or 277 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAM(Class 1000 Series Only)SINGLE-PHASE, 3-WIRE120/240, 120/208 or 480 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ AØAN W B* * * * * *LINE VOLTAGEØ A ØB NCURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B ? CW B W B W B* * * ALOADNLOADSOURCEASOURCEB or AN* These terminals are not used in Class 1000 installations.Recommended fuses or circuit breaker per the National Electrical Code (Meter load 6VA.)Neutral not required in delta system.Split-core current sensors. Install according to instructions.Install jumper.*®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


GREEN CLASS METEREnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®FeaturesDirect-read 8-digit LCD display without multiplierdisplays accumulative kWh and "real-time" kW load.User entered cost per KWH provides to-date energy costand projected hourly cost based on metered load.Displays total carbon (CO2) emissions in pounds (lbs.)and indicates hourly emissions based onmetered load.Utility Grade Metering Accuracy.Dimensions: 7 1/4" H x 7" W x 3 1/4" D0-2 volt output split-core current sensorspromote enhanced safety and accurate remotemounting of current sensors up to 2000 feet frommeter without power interruption. (Optional solid-coresensors available.)Current sensor installation diagnostic indicator.Parallel up to three (3) sets of current sensorsfor cumulative reading.Meter can be used on the following configurations:3-Phase, 4-Wire3-Phase, 3-Wire2-Phase, 3-WireFor other configurations contact factory.Optional removable terminal block for pulse output.Industrial-grade JIC steel enclosure with padlockinghasp and mounting flanges for indoor installations with1 1/16" KO (3/4" Cond.) on bottom of enclosure.Optional Enclosures:MMU (Multiple-Meter Unit) CabinetsNEMA 4X Raintight EnclosureNon-volatile Memory.UL Listed/CSA Approved.Certified to ANSI C12.1 and C12.16 electronicmeter National Accuracy Standards.Model Numbers120/208-240V, 3-Phase, 4W240V, 3-Phase, 3WG208100 KIT (100 amp)G208200 KIT (200 amp)G208400 KIT (400 amp)G208800 KIT (800 amp)G2081600 KIT (1600 amp)G2083200 KIT (3200 amp)277/480V, 3-Phase, 4W480V, 3-Phase, 3WG480100 KIT (100 amp)G480200 KIT (200 amp)G480400 KIT (400 amp)G480800 KIT (800 amp)G4801600 KIT (1600 amp)G4803200 KIT (3200 amp)NOTE: All meter kits include one set of three (3)split-core current sensorsFor MMU-style add suffix "M" to the model number.e.g., 4803200M KITFor outdoor enclosure add suffix "R" to the modelnumber. e.g., 208200R KITCertified to California metering standards bureauof weights and measures.New York City approved, Con Edison approved forRSP program.(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 7/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products®


GREEN CLASS METERDisplay FeaturesEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®The E-Mon D-Mon Green Class meter offers a scrolling display of energy usage information:Total Kilowatt-Hoursconsumed to dateProjected cost basedon present loadTotal energy cost to dateTotal lbs. of CO2emissions to datePresent load in KilowattsProjected hourly CO2 emissionsbased on present loadInstallationINSTALLATION OVERVIEW3-PHASE, 3-WIRE OR 3-PHASE, 4-WIREINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon ® MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B Ø CØ A Ø B Ø C N W B W B W BMeter TerminalBlock ConnectionsCurrent Sensor &Voltage Connections *ABCLOADNSOURCERecommended fuses or circuit breaker per the National Electrical Code (Meter load 6VA.)Neutral not required in delta system.Split-core current sensors. Install according to instructions.Install jumper*®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 7/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


MMU (Multiple Meter Unit) CabinetsEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®.....FeaturesA v ailab le in configur ations containing up to8, 16, or 24 meters.MMU cabinets may contain E-Mon D-Mon ®Class 1000 or Class 2000 (kWh or kWh/demand)meters.Compact installation of multiple meters allowsfor easy and centralized reading.IDRs (Interval Data Recorders) can be factoryinstalledalong with the meters in the cabinet,allowing for easy interface to the E-Mon Energy TMsoftware system.Three-phase MMU cabinets come with prewiredvoltage feeds. If IDR(s) are installed inside MMUcabinets, the connections from the meters to theIDR will also be prewired at the factory.Model NumbersWhen order ing, specify configur ation, meters to becontained inside cabinet, and b lank spaces (if any).E xample: 1 MMU1611 208200M KIT5 Blank SpacesA v ailab le Configur ations:MMU8MMU16MMU24MMU Dimensions7/16" Dia.2"1 1/4"C7"MMUADimensions(in inches)BC3 3/8"DoorClampMMU8MMU16MMU242424301220241 1/433AP adloc kingHaspMMUMeterConfigur ationAcrossDo wnT otalMeterSpaces1 1/4"3 3/8"5/8"MMU8MMU16MMU24245445816247/16"BFront ViewSide View®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


®OPTIONAL OUTDOOR METER ENCLOSURESEnergy Monitoring Products & SystemsFeaturesOutdoor meter enclosures may containE-Mon D-Mon ® Class 1000 or 2000 kWh orkWh/demand meters.NEMA 4X rated outdoor enclosure made of hot compressionmolded fiberglass reinforced polyester.1 1 /16" KO (3/4" cond.) on bottom of enclosure.Padlocking hasp.Available Configurations:- 3-Phase, 4-Wire- 3-Phase, 3-Wire- 2-Phase, 3-WireTemp. Range:- (-40oF to +250oF)- (-40oC to +120oC)Flammability Rating: UL94-5VSelf Extinguising: Non-flame propogatingModel NumbersWhen ordering, add suffix "R" to the end of thestandard meter model number.Example: 208200-R KITNote: Outdoor meter enclosures are availablefor E-Mon D-Mon Class 1000 or 2000kWh or kWh/Demand meters . only.Enclosure Dimensions7 1/2"4"++7 1/2"Depth: 4"Front View®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


SPLIT-CORECURRENT SENSORSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Note: All current sensors are split-core type. (Solid-core option available; specify when ordering.)All current sensors shipped in complete sets of three (3).25-200 Amp400 AmpInterior Dim: 7/8" x 1 1/2"Exterior Dim: 3 1/8” H x 3 3/4” W x 1 3/8” DInterior Dim: 1 1/2" x 2 3/4"Exterior Dim: 4 3/8” H x 3 3/4” W x 1 3/8” D800-1600 Amp3200 AmpInterior Dim: 3 1/4" x 4 1/2"Exterior Dim: 5 3/4” H x 5 3/8” Wx 1 3/8” DInterior Dim: 6" x 8"Exterior Dim: 9 1/4” H x 7 7/8” W x 1 3/8” DNotes:The above split-core current sensors are supplied withE-Mon D-Mon ® Class 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 and 4100 meters.Model NumbersCurrent sensors can be installed up to 2000 feet awayfrom meter (500 feet for Class 3000 meters). Leads suppliedare 3' in length and can be extended up to 2000 feet using#14-22 AWG wire. (See local electrical codes for proper sizing.)Model #S25CSS50CSS100CSAmperage25 amp50 amp100 ampInterior Dim.7/8" x 1 1/2"7/8" x 1 1/2"7/8" x 1 1/2"When paralleling current sensors, the meter readingmust be multiplied by the number of sets of currentsensors in parallel.* Solid-core current sensors available in 100 & 200 amp configuration.Specify when ordering.S200CSS400CSS800CSS1600CSS3200CS200 amp400 amp800 amp1600 amp3200 amp7/8" x 1 1/2"1 1/2" x 2 3/4"3 1/4" x 4 1/2"3 1/4" x 4 1/2"6" x 8"®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


CURRENT SENSOR ASSEMBLYEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®STEP 1:For each phase being monitored, you will need one two-piece current sensorassembly. (A three-phase meter will require three (3) current sensorassemblies.) Open the two-piece current sensor assembly by releasing thenylon clamp using a flathead screwdriver.25-200 Amp800-1600 AmpUsing a flatheadscrewdriver, pressthe tab on the nylonclamp to open thecurrent sensorassembly.Interior Dim: 1"x 6/16"Interior Dim: 3.375"x 6"STEP 2:Reassemble current sensor assembly around the conductor(s) to bemonitored. Be sure that the current sensor halves marked "Load" are bothfacing the load side of the conductor being monitored. The colored arrowwill be on the source side of the conductor being monitored and MUST bepointed in a clockwise direction around the conductor being monitored.Tighten nylon clamp to complete assembly.SourceLoad** IMPORTANT **When looking from the source side of the conductor(s)being monitored, you should see the arrow on thecurrent sensor assembly, and the arrow should bepointing clockwise around the conductor(s) beingmonitored.If the arrow is not on the source side, inaccuratereadings may result.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


METER ENGINEERINGSPECIFICATIONSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Meter shall be fully electronic with digital LCD display for kilowatt-hour readings. Meter shallprovide rate of consumption indication and also a segment test button (CPU) to ensure integrityof the display. (Class 1000 and 2000 meters only.)Meter shall provide a load indicator to indicate real-time power consumption levels for fieldtesting and certification.Meter shall be enclosed in a heavy-duty JIC steel enclosure suitable for indoor installation. Meterenclosure shall provide method of locking to prevent unauthorized access. (Class 1000, 2000 & 3000)Meter shall be optionally available in an outdoor NEMA 4X enclosure.(Class 1000 & 2000, 3 or 4-wire meters only.)Meter shall be UL Listed, CSA Approved and certified by a nationally recognized independenttest facility to ANSI C12.1 and C12.16 specifications with split-core current sensors.Meter shall be optionally available with a Demand (kW) reading. Demand reading will show thehighest peak demand and date and time peak occurred.Meter shall be provided with a non-volatile memory to maintain reading during power failures.Meter shall use 0-2 volt voltage output current sensors to allow paralleling and/or mounting up to 2000feet from the meter (500 feet for Class 3000 meters). Sensors shall be of split-core configuration toallow installation without powering down. Sensors shall be available from 25 amps to 3200 amps.Sensors shall be optionally available in solid-core configuration (100 & 200 amps).Meter shall be provided with modular connector(s) to provide interfacing for:- AMR (Automatic Meter Reading)- Pulse modules- Analog signal modules- Energy control modules- Instantaneous demand displaysMeter shall be available in multiple-meter unit (MMU) configurations of up to 24 meters.(Class 1000 and 2000 meters only.)Meter shall be compatible with E-Mon Energy TM software.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


E-MON D-MON ®TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSMETEREnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Voltage InputConfigurationVoltage InputCurrent RangePower FactorFrequencyAccuracyHumidityTemperature RangeVoltage OverloadCurrent OverloadDisplayOptionsStandard RangesHigh Voltage2-wire, 3-wire and 4-wire. This covers all secondaryvoltage supplies: single-phase, split-secondary andthree-phase, both grounded and ungrounded.Up to 480 volts rms ACUp to 3200 amps rms AC0.5 leading or lagging50 Hz to 400 HzCertified to ANSI C12.1 & C12.16 (National Accuracy Standards)0-95% non-condensing-20º C to +50ºC+25% continuously; +100% for 20 cyclesCan be overloaded 100% without damaging meterFully electronic LCD display (electromechanical on Class 4000 and 4100)Manual reset to zero (Class 1000 and 2000 Series only)Peak demand; pulse output; digital-to-analog converter;demand control module; timed metering kit; multiple-metercabinets (MMU) for 8, 16 or 24 meters120 volts; 25, 50, 100 or 200 amps120/240 volts; 25, 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 or 3200 amps120/208 volts; 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 or 3200 amps277/480 volts; 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 or 3200 ampsFor 2100V, 4160V and other high-voltage applicationscall E-Mon, toll-free, at (800) 334-3666.Outdoor InstallationClass 1000 and 2000 meters are available with optional NEMA 4Xoutdoor enclosure. (3W and 4W configurations only.)®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


Section 3Advanced MeteringSpecificationsSECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10


®Single-Phase MetersClass 3000 MetersWith continued pressures to conserve energy and reduce costs, advancedmetering technology provides a simple, low-cost way to achieve those goals.Today’s “smart” meters allow you to identify how, when and where energyis being used in your facility and you can conveniently read that energydata right from your desktop as it is collected from remote locations. Theload control option allows you to connect meters to a wide array ofenergy-intensive loads and perform load shedding activities to reducekW demand requrements. Monitored loads can include lighting circuits,heating and cooling systems, individual production lines and entire buildings.Class 3000 meters are compatible with E-Mon Energy software,which allows you to easily monitor energy use from your desktop PC.Key BenefitsThree-Phase MetersAdvanced MetersInterval Data RecordersAccessoriesSoftwareAward WinningVersatile -Convenient -Flexible -Reliable -Monitors anything from a single lighting circuitto an entire building.Installs without interrupting power to you oryour tenants.Interfaces with third-party electric, waterand gas meters.E-Mon D-Mon meters have set the industrystandard for metering products for over 25 years.The contractor’s choicein meteringKey FeaturesProvides 6 important energy metrics.Installation diagnostics and verification system.UL Listed. Revenue-grade accuracy.E-MonD-Mon®For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.com


®Class 3000 MetersBenefits• Easy and affordable installation virtually anywhere, including both new and retrofitted facilities.• Measures and verifies energy-saving measures that can be used to substantiate claims on utility bills.• Permits negotiation of better energy rates and evaluation of potential investments in new capitalequipment, energy conservation equipment and energy-efficient infrastructure.• Enables allocation and billing of energy costs for all utility services to the actual users of that energy.Features• Monitors a single electrical circuit, piece of equipment, department, tenant or even the entire building.• Easy to read LCD display shows total energy consumption (kWh), current load (real-time kW), kW withpeak date and time, Power Factor, Amps per phase and Volts per phase.• Interfaces with E-Mon Energy software for tenant billing, cost allocation and graphing of energy usage.• Load control option enables load shedding and demand curtailment.• Installation diagnostics and verification system.• UL Listed.• Utility-grade accuracy. Meets or exceeds ANSI C12 national accuracy standards.Specifications• Communication options include telephone, wireless, RS-232/RS-485, Ethernet or ModBus.• 0-2 Volt output split-core current sensors allow for remote mounting of sensors from meterwithout power interruption. (Optional solid-core sensors available.)• Records kWh and kVARh data for two channels. Data is stored in 15-minute intervals for up to 36 days,or 5-minute intervals for up to 12 days. Maintains the last 36 days of data in a first-in, first-out format.• Industrial grade JIC steel enclosure with padlocking hasp and mounting flanges for indoor installation.For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.comE-MonD-Mon®


CLASS 3000 METERKWH/DEMAND METER WITH COMMUNICATIONFeaturesEa sy-to-read cycling 4-line by 20-characterbacklit LCD display:- kWh - kW (with peak date and time)- Power factor - Real-time load in kW- Amps per phase - Volts per phase0-2 volt output split-core current sensors allow forenhanced safety and accurate remote mounting ofsensors up to 500 feet from meter without powerinterruption. (Optional solid-core sensors available.)Energy Monitoring Products & Systems®Installation diagnostics and verification system.Dimensions: 9 1/2" H x 6 3/4" W x 3 3/4" DRS-485 communications capability supports up to52 Class 3000 meters or Interval Data Recordersvia 4-conductor cable (up to 4000 feet total 24-26AWG). Cabling can be "daisy chain," "star"configuration, or a combination thereof.Communications Options:- Telephone Modem- RS-232/RS-485- Ethernet- ModBusRecords kWh and kVARh data for two channels.Data stored in 15-minute intervals for up to 36 daysor 5-minute intervals for up to 12 days. Maintainsthe last 36 days of data in a first-in, first-out format.External meter input (water, gas, BTU, etc.) on 3 rd channel.Meter is designed for use on both 3-phase, 3-wire (delta)and 3-phase, 4-wire (wye) circuits. (Specify when ordering.)Industrial-grade JIC (Joint Industrial Council) enclosurewith padlocking hasp and mounting flanges for indoorinstallation with three 1 1/16" KO (3/4" cond.) on bottomof enclosure.UL-listed. Meets or exceeds ANSI C12 nationalaccuracy standards.Optional load control/alarm relay (3A, 240V max.) withhigh and low threshold adjustment.MV-90 Compatible.Model Numbers120/208-240V, 3-Phase*208100C* KIT (100 amp)208200C* KIT (200 amp)208400C* KIT (400 amp)208800C* KIT (800 amp)2081600C* KIT (1600 amp)2083200C* KIT (3200 amp)277/480V, 3-Phase*480100C* KIT (100 amp)480200C* KIT (200 amp)480400C* KIT (400 amp)480800C* KIT (800 amp)4801600C* KIT (1600 amp)4803200C* KIT (3200 amp)OptionsTelephone Modem (Suffix M)Ethernet Communications (Suffix E)ModBus Communications (Suffix RTU)Load Control Option (Suffix LC)To order options, add the specified suffix to the end of themodel number (e.g., 480100CYM KIT).NOTE: All meter kits include one set of three (3) split-corecurrent sensors.NOTE: Specify Delta or Wye when ordering. Add suffix“Y” for Wye configuration or “T” for Delta configuration.(e.g., 480100CYE or 480100CTE)®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


INSTALLATION OVERVIEWCLASS 1000, 2000 and 3000 MetersEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®INSTALLATION OVERVIEW3-PHASE, 3-WIRE OR 3-PHASE, 4-WIREINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon ® MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B Ø CØ A Ø B Ø C N W B W B W BMeter TerminalBlock ConnectionsCurrent Sensor &Voltage Connections *ABCLOADNSOURCE1-PHASE, 2-WIRE 120 or 277 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAM(Class 1000 Series Only)SINGLE-PHASE, 3-WIRE120/240, 120/208 or 480 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ AØAN W B* * * * * *LINE VOLTAGEØ A ØB NCURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B ? CW B W B W B* * * ALOADNLOADSOURCEASOURCEB or AN* These terminals are not used in Class 1000 installations.Recommended fuses or circuit breaker per the National Electrical Code (Meter load 6VA.)Neutral not required in delta system.Split-core current sensors. Install according to instructions.Install jumper.*®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


Load Control OptionClass 3000 MetersEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Building owners and managers want monitoringand load control capabilities but do not have thefinancial or personnel resources to manage afull-scale load management system. With theE-Mon D-Mon Class 3000 load control option,users now have a cost effective, easy-to-usesolution for controlling individual loads.The load control option is designed to operate at user selectable high and low setpoints providing users with the capability to reduce electrical (kilowatt) demand.By proper selection of the high kW limit, the Class 3000 meter can be used to shaveexpensive electrical demand peaks by shedding loads or activating a local generator.The low kW limit point will allow the load to return to normal operating powerindependently as pre-set parameters are met.A user selectable timing feature will delay activation toeliminate short term “nuisance” functioning, such as ashort term motor start or compressor burden. Onceactivated, the relay has a second user selectable timer(hold control) which keeps this relay active if the loadfalls below the low set point immediately after operation.This is designed to prevent short time cycling that couldoccur in the control of an HVAC compressor.Load Control Features(see Class 3000 meter spec for standard features.)- Program via four easy-to-use internal buttons.- Lockable enclosure prevents unauthorizedaccess.- Displayed values include:- High and low threshold setpoints.- Timer settings.- “Real-time” load in kilowatts.- Three-screw terminal block for easyconnection to controlled load.For complete information on the load control option for Class 3000 meters contactE-Mon at (800) 334-3666 or visit www.emon.com.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


CLASS 3000 METERWITH MODBUS COMMUNICATIONSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®FeaturesEasy-to-read cycling 4-line by 20-characterbacklit LCD display:- kWh - kW (with peak date and time)- Power factor - Real-time load in kW- Amps per phase - Volts per phaseMeter data accessible via standard ModBus RTUprotocol at 9600 baud. Data can be integrated intobuilding/energy management systems and controlsystems utilizing ModBus communications. Real-timeand accumulated data available. See ModBus PointMap on reverse side for data available from meter.0-2 volt output split-core current sensors allow for enhancedsafety and accurate remote mounting of sensors up to 500feet from meter without power interruption. (Optional solidcoresensors are available.)Installation diagnostic & verification system.Meter is designed for use on both 3-phase, 3-wire deltaand 3-phase, 4-wire wye circuits. (Specify when ordering.)Industrial-grade JIC (Joint Industrial Council) enclosure withpadlocking hasp and mounting flanges for indoor installationwith three 1 1/16" KO (3/4" cond.) on bottom of enclosure.UL Listed; meets or exceeds ANSI C12 national accuracystandards.Dimensions: 9 1/2" H x 6 3/4" W x 3 3/4" DModel Numbers120/208-240V, 3 Phase*208100CRTU* KIT (100 amp)208200CRTU* KIT (200 amp)208400CRTU* KIT (400 amp)208800CRTU* KIT (800 amp)2081600CRTU* KIT (1600 amp)2083200CRTU* KIT (3200 amp)277/480V, 3 Phase*480100CRTU* KIT (100 amp)480200CRTU* KIT (200 amp)480400CRTU* KIT (400 amp)480800CRTU* KIT (800 amp)4801600CRTU* KIT (1600 amp)4803200CRTU* KIT (3200 amp)NOTE: All meter kits include one set of three (3) split-corecurrent sensors.NOTE: Specify Delta or Wye when ordering. Add suffix“Y” for Wye configuration or “T” for Delta configuration.(e.g., 480100CRTUY KIT or 480100CRTUT KIT.)®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


CLASS 3000 METERMODBUS COMMUNICATIONInstallation OverviewEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®EMS orControl Unitwith ModbusCommunicationData available from the Class 3000 Modbus MeterKWH deliveredKVA, phase AKWH receivedKVA, phase BKVARH deliveredKVA, phase CKVARH received% Power Factor, phase AKW, real time% Power Factor, phase BKVAR, real time% Power Factor, phase CKVA, real timeAmps, phase A% Power Factor (average of 3 phases) Amps, phase BTotal AmpsAmps, phase CAverage AmpsVolts-N, phase AAverage Volts-to-NeutralVolts-N, phase BAverage Volts Line-to-LineVolts-N, phase CFrequencyVolts L-L, phase AAverage Phase Angle (Degrees)Volts L-L, phase BKW, phase AVolts L-L, phase CKW, phase BDegrees, Phase Angle AKW, phase CDegrees, Phase Angle BKVAR, phase ADegrees, Phase Angle CKVAR, phase BKVAR, phase C®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


ModBus Point MapClass 3000 and Class 5000 MetersEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Modbus Point Map 1.03 12/23/03ITEM PM-I W PM-F UOM CALC. MEM OP DESCRIPTION CL 3000 CL 50001 40001 2 41001 kWh T-del NV R/W Energy delivered Y Y2 40003 2 41003 kWh T-rec NV R/W Energy received Y Y3 40005 2 41005 kVARh T-del NV R/W Reactive energy delivered Y Y4 40007 2 41007 kVARh T-rec NV R/W Reactive energy received Y Y5 41009 kW T R Real power Y Y6 41011 kVAR T R Reactive power Y Y7 41013 kVA T R Apparent power Y Y8 41015 % T R Power factor Y Y9 41017 Amps T R Current total Y Y10 41019 Amps A R Current average Y Y11 41021 Volts-N A R Voltage line-neutral Y Y12 41023 Volts-L A R Voltage line-line Y Y13 41025 Hz A R Frequency Y Y14 41027 Degree A R Phase angle Y Y15 41029 kW ØA R Real power, phase A Y Y16 41031 kW ØB R Real power, phase B Y Y17 41033 kW ØC R Real power, phase C Y Y18 41035 kVAR ØA R Reactive power, phase A Y Y19 41037 kVAR ØB R Reactive power, phase B Y Y20 41039 kVAR ØC R Reactive power, phase C Y Y21 41041 kVA ØA R Apparent power, phase A Y Y22 41043 kVA ØB R Apparent power, phase B Y Y23 41045 kVA ØC R Apparent power, phase C Y Y24 41047 % PF ØA R Power factor, phase A Y Y25 41049 % PF ØB R Power factor, phase B Y Y26 41051 % PF ØC R Power factor, phase C Y Y27 41053 Amps ØA R Current, phase A Y Y28 41055 Amps ØB R Current, phase B Y Y29 41057 Amps ØC R Current, phase C Y Y30 41059 Volts-N ØA R Voltage, line to neutral, phase A-N Y Y31 41061 Volts-N ØB R Voltage, line to neutral, phase B-N Y Y32 41063 Volts-N ØC R Voltage, line to neutral, phase C-N Y Y33 41065 Volts-L ØA R Voltage, line to line, phase A-B Y Y34 41067 Volts-L ØB R Voltage, line to line, phase B-C Y Y35 41069 Volts-L ØC R Voltage, line to line, phase C-A Y Y36 41071 Degree ØA R Phase angle, phase A Y Y37 41073 Degree ØB R Phase angle, phase B Y Y38 41075 Degree ØC R Phase angle, phase C Y YITEM PM-I W DATA (SAMPLE) DESCRIPTION46001 8 504D 324B 0102 1016 0300 454D 4F4E 2020 Firmware version: PM 5K, Ver, Ver date/time, EMON R16 46009 8 456E 6572 6779 204D 6574 6572 0000 0000 Device description: Emon Dmon Energy Meter R24 46017 8 1356 4503 0613 0300 0000 0000 0000 0000 Initialize device with date/time W32 46025 8 1356 4503 0613 0300 0000 0000 0000 0000 RTC date/time, will accept broadcast command R/W46033 8 1356 4503 0527 0300 0000 0000 0000 0000 CPU date/time (7 bytes, rest is reserved for other future formats) R/W48 46041 8 0001 0001 0000 0000 0000 0311 0020 1100 Group, location, Device ID number R/W56 46049 8 0041 0000 0000 0000 0000 0311 0020 1100 Dev. ID, Hookup, Serial numbers…. R/W64 46057 8 0592 0007 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 Recorder info.: idr, dem. int., dem. win., dem. syn., timezone, DST… R/W72 46065 8 0101 0001 0D03 3531 1000 0320 0000 0000 Meter info.: SN1&2, pulse rate, Volt/Amp/CTs, PF/mult1&2, CT, PT R/W46513 8 0000 0101 0000 0000 0000 0100 0000 0000 Flags L116 46521 8 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0613 0316 Flags L224 46529 8 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 Flags L332 46537 8 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 Flags L4Note: To change device ID, set single point at 46049 with data set to new device ID (e.g., 1 to 247).To set date/time, set multiple points at 46025 for 4 points with data set to HHMM SSDW MMDD YYYY (DW=day of week).To clear single meter kWh/kW, set single point at 41001 with data set to 0000 (similarly for 41003, 41005, 41007).To clear multiple meter readings, set multiple point at 41001 for 8 points with data set to 0000's.Note: Jumper J5 & J6 must be closed in order for kWh del/rec and kVARh del/rec to be cleared.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


Section 4Third Party Products& ServicesSECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10


250 Series Gas Meterwith Pulse OutputThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonDescriptionThe 250 series is a 4 chamber diaphramtype gas meter. Its compact size, light weight,long life, high accuracy and maintenance-freeoperation make it a perfect choice for retrofitor new applications. This meter is ideally suitedto light commercial or larger residential use. Metersare equipped with pulse output for interfacing with intervaldata recorders. The 250 is for use with loads ranging from200 to 250 CuFt/Hr. These meters can accomodate pipesizes of 3/4” and 1”. The last digits in the model numbersindicate the pipe size. The meter is shipped complete witha connection kit.For indoor or mild weather outdoor use the meters arenon-temperature compensated (NTC). For outdoor usein more extreme weather conditions you may considerordering temperature compensated meters (TC). Whilethe 250 series is normally used for natural gas, it canalso be used to monitor many other common gases. ContactE-Mon for specification details for other gas types.Model NumbersNon-Temperature Compensated3/4” GDP250NTC20LT3/41” GDP250NTC20LT1Temperature Compensated3/4” GDP250TC20LT3/41” GDP250TC20LT1Sample of ApprovalsANSI B109.1Industry Canada AG-0393State of New York, Dept. of Public Service 97-G-1488Maryland PSC COMAR 20.55.07.02California Bureau of Weights & MeasuresSpecificationsIndex:Units:Meter Maximum AllowableOperating Pressure:Hub Sizes:Surface Treatment:Index Drive:Case:Accuracy:Pulse Value:4-digit direct readCubic Feet5 psiSprague #1A, 20LTASA 49 Gray polyester powder coating2 cubic ft/revolutionDie cast alluminum+/- 1% over entire flow range1 Cubic Ft/pulseDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


250 Series Gas Meterwith Pulse OutputThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonDimensions in InchesA - 7.7B - 11.3C - 6.0D - 8.8E - 6.0F - 9.1DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


400A Series Gas Meterwith Pulse OutputThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonDescriptionThe 400A series meters are positive displacement gasmeasurement devices for loads up to 400 CuFt/hr. Thesemeters use proven diaphragm meter technology in a threechambered design to provide accurate measurement acrosstheir flow range. Long life and low maintenance are assuredby the combination of a self-lapping orbital valve and a onepiece seamless diaphragm.Compact design and light weight make these meters anexcellent choice for new or retrofit applications. Typicaluse is in small to medium commercial and industrialapplications. Each meter is shipped with a connection kit.These meters are available in 1” and 1.25” sizes.The 400A series meters are suitable for indoor and outdoorinstallation. For indoor or mild weather outdoors use thenon-temperature compensated meter (NTC) (standardconfiguration). For outdoor use in more extreme weatherconditions consider ordering temperature compensatingmeters (TC).Sample of ApprovalsModel NumbersNon-Temperature Compensated1”” GCP400ANTC30LT11.25” GCP400ANTC30LT125Temperature Compensated1” GCP400ATC30LT11.25” GCP400ATC30LT125ANSI B109.1Industry Canada AG-0393State of New York, Dept. of Public Service 91-G-0507, 96-G-0885SpecificationsIndex:Units:Meter Maximum AllowableOperating Pressure:Hub Size:Surface Treatment:Index Drive:Case:Accuracy:Pulse Value:4-digit direct readCubic Feet10 psi30LTASA 49 Gray paint2 cubic ft/revolutionAlluminum+/- 1% over full range1 Cubic Ft/pulseDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


400A Series Gas Meterwith Pulse OutputThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonDimensions in InchesA1: 6.78A2: 8.25B1: 9.5B2: 10.9C: 14.71D: 8.71E: 9Weight: 12.3 lbsDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSizes 3/4”C700 Positive Displacement MeterWaterworks or Low-Lead Bronze, MagneticDrive, External Threaded SpudsThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonModel NumbersModelSizeC73427 3/4” x 3/4” x 7 1/2”C73429 3/4” x 3/4” x 9”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsSizes : 3/4” x 3/4" 3/4” x 3/4”S 3/4” x 1”95%-101% Accuracy GPM 1/4 1/4 1/497% - 101% Accuracy GPM 1/2 1/2 1/298.5% -101.5% Accuracy GPM 2-30 2-30 2-30Continuous Flow GPM 15 15 15Maximum Flow GPM 30 30 30Operating Pressure psi 150 150 150Operating Temperature °F 120 120 120DescriptionOperation. The C700 is an oscillating piston style, positive displacementwater meter. The product utilizes a piston that wateruse rotates in a measuring chamber, each piston revolutionbeing equivalent to a known volume of water. The piston movementis transferred by a magnetic drive to a straight readingsealed register which contains the appropriate reduction gearing.Compliance to Standards . The C700 fully complies withAmerican Water Works Association Standard C700, latest revision,and is California Department of Weights and Measuresapproved. C700 low-lead bronze models are NSF-61 certifiedand comply with California Proposition 65.Installation. The meter must be installed in a clean pipeline,free from any foreign materials. Install the meter with directionof flow as indicated by the arrow cast in the meter case. Themeter may be installed in horizontal, vertical or inclined lines.Application. The meter is for use only with POTABLE COLDWATER up to 120°F (50°C) and working pressures up to 150psi. The meter will register between 98.5% and 101.5% at normaland high flows and between 97% and 101% at the AWWAspecified low flow. Accuracy tests are made before shipment, sono adjustments need to be made before installation.Construction. The meter consists of a straight through-flowmain case, dual inlet measuring chamber, vertically groovedoscillating piston, high capacity strainer, removable bottom plate,full rubber liner, body bolts with integral washers and a magneticallydriven register. The main case is cast in waterworks orlow-lead bronze with raised characters designating model, sizeand direction of flow. A choice of polymer, cast iron, waterworksor low-lead bronze bottom plate is available. The 2-piece snapfitmeasuring chamber is of a top and bottom inlet, side outputdesign and features a unique self-flushing sediment well.Sweep Hand Registers:US Gallons 10 10 10Cubic Feet 1 1 1Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10 1/10 1/10Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1/100 1/100 1/100Capacity of Register (millions)_:US Gallons 10 10 10Cubic Feet 1 1 1Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10 1/10 1/10Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1/10 1/10 1/10Register Type:Materials:Main CaseBottom Plate OptionsBottom Gasket-LinerBody BoltsMeasuring ChamberDivision PlatePistonThrust Bearing InsertDriving BarStrainerRegister CanRegister LensRegister Housing and LidPermanently sealed direct readingStandard waterworks or optional lowleadBronzeWaterworks or low-lead Bronze, CastIron or PolymerNitrileStainless SteelCompounded PolymerLoaded NylonHigh Impact PolymerLoaded NylonLoaded NylonPolypropylene90% Copper AlloyTempered GlassPolymer or BronzeDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSizes 3/4”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonOther features include a removable, contoured division plate, captivedrive bar and high torque magnet complete with a nylon bushing. Theflow-stream balanced piston has a unique thrust bearing insert and featuresa Turbulence Seal system which passes debris while sustainingthe most linear accuracy curve in the industry. Each register is securedto the main case with a tamperproof plug to eliminate tampering.Register. The register is contained within a 90% copper seamless canwhich is oven-cured at 150°F for 90 minutes to eliminate condensation.The 5 mm true tempered glass lens is secured with an "L" shaped gasket,then roll sealed to produce a permanently sealed design. Toassure easy reading, the totalizer wheels are large and color coded.The applicable size, model, registration, part number and date code areprinted on the calibrated dial face. Moving clockwise during operation,the extra-thin center sweep hand does not interfere with meter reading,and the 1:1 piston ratio low-flow indicator gives visual indication ofplumbing leaks. For accurate meter testing, 100 clear graduationsappear at the register’s circumference.Magnetic Drive. The magnetic drive design facilitates couplingbetween the measuring chamber and the external register.The coupling is absolute at all rated flows.Connections. Meter casing spuds have external straightthreads conforming to ANSI B2.1. Waterworks and low-leadbronze coupling nuts and tailpieces are available. Tailpieceshave external taper pipe threads conforming to ANSI B2.1.Their lengths and thread sizes are as specified by AWWAStandards.Maintenance. The measuring chamber assembly can beremoved, repaired or replaced. Pretested measuring chamberassemblies are available for exchange or purchase, and spareparts are available from our central warehouse or designatedregional locations. AMCO Water Metering Systems staffs andoperates a repair facility at its U.S. manufacturing plant inOcala, Florida.Dimensions and Net WeightsMeter Dimensions (inches) WeightSize A B C D E F (lbs.)3/4” x 3/4”S 7 1/2 6 3/16 2 1/16 3 7/8 9 1/2 3 3/4 4 3/53/4” x 3/4” 9 6 3/16 2 1/16 3 7/8 9 1/2 3 3/4 4 4/53/4” x 1” 9 6 3/16 2 1/16 3 7/8 9 1/2 3 3/4 4 4/5FERegister Reading Options. C700 meters are available with AbsoluteEncoder, Generator and Digital register options to provide water usageoutput to the entire spectrum of meter reading systems, giving flexibilityto utilities implementing or upgrading reading technologies. Refer to thefollowing documents for more information:ACBDAbsolute Encoder RegisterGenerator RegisterDigital RegisterEC-700RR-C7-810DR-C700DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSize 5/8”C700 Positive Displacement MeterWaterworks or Low-Lead Bronze, MagneticDrive, External Threaded SpudsThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonModel NumbersModelSizeC75812 5/8” x 1/2“C75834 5/8” x 3/4”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsDescriptionOperation. The C700 is an oscillating piston style, positive displacementwater meter. The product utilizes a piston that wateruse rotates in a measuring chamber, each piston revolutionbeing equivalent to a known volume of water. The piston movementis transferred by a magnetic drive to a straight readingsealed register which contains the appropriate reduction gearing.Compliance to Standards . The C700 fully complies withAmerican Water Works Association Standard C700, latest revision,and is California Department of Weights and Measuresapproved. C700 low-lead bronze models are NSF-61certifiedand comply with California Proposition 65.Size: 5/8” x 1/2” 5/8” x 3/4”Performance:95%-101% Accuracy GPM 1/8 1/897%- 101% Accuracy GPM 1/4 1/498.5% -101.5% Accuracy GPM 1-20 1-20Continuous Flow GPM 15 15Maximum Flow GPM 20 20Head Loss at 20 GPM psi 8.5 8.5Operating Pressure psi 150 150Operating Temperature °F 120 120Sweep Hand Registers:US Gallons 10 10Cubic Feet 1 1Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10 1/10Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1/100 1/100Capacity of Register (millions):US Gallons 10 10Cubic Feet 1 1Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10 1/10Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1/10 1/10Installation. The meter must be installed in a clean pipeline,free from any foreign materials. Install the meter with directionof flow as indicated by the arrow cast in the meter case. Themeter may be installed in horizontal, vertical or inclined lines.Application. The meter is for use only with POTABLE COLDWATER up to 120°F (50°C) and working pressures up to 150psi. The meter will register between 98.5% and 101.5% at normaland high flows and between 97% and 101% at the AWWAspecified low flow. Accuracy tests are made before shipment, sono adjustments need to be made before installation.Construction. The meter consists of a straight through-flowmain case, dual inlet measuring chamber, vertically groovedoscillating piston, high capacity strainer, removable bottom plate,full rubber liner, body bolts with integral washers and a magneticallydriven register. The main case is cast in waterworks orlow-lead bronze with raised characters designating model, sizeand direction of flow. A choice of polymer, cast iron, waterworksor low-lead bronze bottom plate is available. The 2-piece snapfitmeasuring chamber is of a top and bottom inlet, side outputdesign and features a unique self-flushing sediment well.Register Type:Materials:Main CaseBottom Plate OptionsBottom Gasket-LinerBody BoltsMeasuring ChamberDivision PlatePistonThrust Bearing InsertDriving BarStrainerRegister CanRegister LensRegister Housing and LidPermanently sealed direct readingStandard waterworks or optional lowleadBronzeWaterworks or low-lead Bronze, CastIron or PolymerNitrileStainless SteelCompounded PolymerLoaded NylonHigh Impact PolymerLoaded NylonLoaded NylonPolypropylene90% Copper AlloyTempered GlassPolymer or BronzeDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSize 5/8”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonOther features include a removable, contoured division plate, captivedrive bar and high torque magnet complete with a nylon bushing.The flow-stream balanced piston has a unique thrust bearinginsert and features a Turbulence Seal system which passes debriswhile sustaining the most linear accuracy curve in the industry.Each register is secured to the main case with a tamperproof plug toeliminate tampering.Register. The register is contained within a 90% copper seamlesscan which is oven-cured at 150°F for 90 minutes to eliminate condensation.The 5 mm true tempered flat glass lens is secured withan "L" shaped gasket, then roll sealed to produce a permanentlysealed design. To assure easy reading, the totalizer wheels arelarge and color coded. The applicable size, model, registration,part number and date code are printed on the calibrated dial face.Moving clockwise during operation, the extra-thin center sweephand does not interfere with meter reading, and the 1:1 piston ratiolow-flow indicator gives visual indication of plumbing leaks. Foraccurate meter testing, 100 clear graduations appear at the register’scircumference.Magnetic Drive. The magnetic drive design facilitates couplingbetween the measuring chamber and the external register. Thecoupling is absolute at all rated flows.Connections. Meter casing spuds have external straight threadsconforming to ANSI B2.1. Bronze coupling nuts and tailpieces areavailable. Tailpieces have external taper pipe threads conformingto ANSI B2.1. Their lengths and thread sizes are as specified byAWWA Standards.Maintenance. The measuring chamber assembly can be removed,repaired or replaced. Pretested measuring chamber assemblies areavailable for exchange or purchase, and spare parts are availablefrom our central warehouse or designated regional locations.AMCO Water Metering Systems staffs and operates a repair facilityat its U.S. manufacturing plant in Ocala, Florida.Dimensions and Net WeightsMeter Dimensions (inches) WeightSize A B C D E F (lbs.)5/8” x 1/2” 7 1/2 5 1/2 1 1/2 4 8 3/4 3 3/4 3 1/25/8” x 3/4” 7 1/2 5 1/2 1 1/2 4 8 3/4 3 3/4 3 1/2FEBRegister Reading Options. C700 meters are available withAbsolute Encoder, Generator and Digital register options to providewater usage output to the entire spectrum of meter reading systems,giving flexibility to utilities implementing or upgrading reading technologies.Refer to the following documents for more information:ACDAbsolute Encoder RegisterGenerator RegisterDigital RegisterEC-700RR-C7-810DR-C700DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSize 1”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonC700 Positive Displacement MeterWaterworks or Low-Lead Bronze, MagneticDrive, External Threaded SpudsModel NumbersModelSizeC70010 1”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsSize: 1"95%-101% Accuracy GPM 3/498.5% -101.5% Accuracy GPM 3-50Continuous Flow GPM 25Maximum Flow GPM 50Operating Pressure psi 150Operating Temperature °F 120DescriptionOperation. The C700 is an oscillating piston style, positive displacementwater meter. The product utilizes a piston that wateruse rotates in a measuring chamber, each piston revolutionbeing equivalent to a known volume of water. The piston movementis transferred by a magnetic drive to a straight readingsealed register which contains the appropriate reduction gearing.Compliance to Standards . The C700 fully complies withAmerican Water Works Association Standard C700, latest revision,and is California Department of Weights and Measuresapproved. C700 low-lead bronze models are NSF-61 certifiedand comply with California Proposition 65.Installation. The meter must be installed in a clean pipeline,free from any foreign materials. Install the meter with directionof flow as indicated by the arrow cast in the meter case. Themeter may be installed in horizontal, vertical or inclined lines.Application. The meter is for use only with POTABLE COLDWATER up to 120°F (50°C) and working pressures up to 150psi. The meter will register accurately to 100% ± 1 1/2% withinthe normal flows. Accuracy tests are made before shipment, sono adjustments need to be made before installation.Construction. The meter consists of a straight through-flowmain case, dual inlet measuring chamber, vertically groovedoscillating piston, high capacity strainer, removable bottom plate,full rubber liner, body bolts with integral washers and a magneticallydriven register. The main case is cast in waterworks orlow-lead bronze with raised characters designating model, sizeand direction of flow. A choice of cast iron, waterworks or lowleadbronze bottom plate is available. The 2-piece snap-fitmeasuring chamber is of a top and bottom inlet, side outputdesign and features a unique self-flushing sediment well. Otherfeatures include a removable, contoured division plate, captivedrive bar and high torque magnet complete with a nylon bushing.Sweep Hand Registers:US Gallons10Cubic Feet1Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1/10acity of Register (millions):US Gallons (millions) 10Cubic Feet (millions) 10Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1Register Type :Materials:Main CaseCapBottom Plate OptionsBottom Gasket-LinerBody BoltsMeasuring ChamberDivision PlatePistonThrust Bearing InsertDriving BarStrainerRegister CanRegister LensRegister Housing and LidPermanently sealed directreadingStandard waterworks oroptional low-lead BronzeWaterworks or low-leadBronze or Cast IronNitrileStainless SteelCompounded PolymerLoaded NylonHigh Impact PolymerLoaded NylonLoaded NylonPolypropylene90% Copper AlloyTempered GlassPolymer or BronzeDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSize 1”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonThe flow-stream balanced piston has a unique thrust bearing insert andfeatures a Turbulence Seal system which passes debris while sustainingthe most linear accuracy curve in the industry. Each register issecured to the main case with a tamperproof plug to eliminate tampering.Register. The register is contained within a 90% copper seamless canwhich is oven-cured at 150°F for 90 minutes to eliminate condensation.The 5 mm true tempered glass lens is secured with an "L" shaped gasket,then roll sealed to produce a permanently sealed design. Toassure easy reading, the totalizer wheels are large and color coded.The applicable size, model, registration, part number and date code areprinted on the calibrated dial face. Moving clockwise during operation,the extra-thin center sweep hand does not interfere with meter reading,and the 1:1 piston ratio low-flow indicator gives visual indication ofplumbing leaks. For accurate meter testing, 100 clear graduationsappear at the register’s circumference.Magnetic Drive. The magnetic drive design facilitates couplingbetween the measuring chamber and the external register.The coupling is absolute at all rated flows.Connections. Meter casing spuds have external straightthreads conforming to ANSI B2.1. Bronze coupling nuts andtailpieces are available. Tailpieces have external taper pipethreads conforming to ANSI B2.1. Their lengths and threadsizes are as specified by AWWA Standards.Maintenance. The measuring chamber assembly can beremoved, repaired or replaced. Pretested measuring chamberassemblies are available for exchange or purchase, and spareparts are available from our central warehouse or designatedregional locations. AMCO Water Metering Systems staffs andoperates a repair facility at its U.S. manufacturing plant inOcala, Florida.Dimensions and Net WeightsMeter Dimensions (inches) WeightSize A B C D E F (lbs.)1" 10 3/4 6 5/8 2 1/8 6 15/16 9 3/4 3 3/4 10 1/5FEBCRegister Reading Options. C700 meters are available with AbsoluteEncoder, Generator and Digital register options to provide water usageoutput to the entire spectrum of meter reading systems, giving flexibilityto utilities implementing or upgrading reading technologies. Refer to thefollowing documents for more information:ADAbsolute Encoder RegisterGenerator RegisterDigital RegisterEC-700RR-C7-810DR-C700DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSizes 1 1/2” and 2”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonC700 Positive Displacement MeterWaterworks or Low-lead Bronze, MagneticDrive, Flanged or NPT EndsModel NumbersModelSizeC701501 1/2” OvalC701511 1/2“ NPTC700202” OvalC700212” NPTNote: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsSizes: 1 1/2” 2”Accuracy (GPM):97% - 101% 1 1/2 298.5%-101.5% 5-100 8-160Continuous Flow GPM 50 80Maximum Flow GPM 100 160Operating Pressure psi 150 150Operating Temperature °F 120 120DescriptionOperation. The C700 is an oscillating piston style, positive displacementwater meter. The product utilizes a piston that wateruse rotates in a measuring chamber, each piston revolutionbeing equivalent to a known volume of water. The piston movementis transferred by a magnetic drive to a straight readingsealed register which contains the appropriate reduction gearing.Compliance to Standards . The C700 fully complies withAmerican Water Works Association Standard C700, latest revision,and is California Department of Weights and Measuresapproved. C700 low-lead bronze models are NSF-61 certifiedand comply with California Proposition 65.Installation . The meter must be installed in a clean pipe line, freefrom any foreign materials. Install the meter with direction of flowas indicated by the arrow cast in the meter case. The meter maybe installed in horizontal or inclined lines.Application. The meter is for use only with POTABLE COLDWATER up to 120°F (50°C) and working pressures up to 150psi. The meter will register between 98.5% and 101.5% at normaland high flows and between 97% and 101% at the AWWAspecified low flow. Accuracy tests are made before shipment, sono adjustments need to be made before installation.Construction. The meter consists of a main case, an oscillatingpiston measuring chamber, a strainer, a bolted top plate and O-ring, and a magnetically driven register assembly. The main caseis cast in bronze with raised characters showing model, size anddirection of flow. The measuring chamber is a bottom-in and sideoutdesign and consists of the measuring chamber with divisionplate and thrust roller insert, the piston, and chamber top assemblywith drive bar and magnet. The main case and the bronze topplate are assembled with an O-ring gasket and bolts threaded intothe body. Each register assembly is secured to the meter with atamperproof plug, is protected by a hinged lid and is positionedover the inlet throat.Sweep Hand Registers:US Gallons100 100Cubic Feet10 10Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10 1Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1/10 1/10Capacity of Register (millions):US Gallons 100 100Cubic Feet10 10Cubic Meters (Canada) 1/10 1Cubic Meters (Intl.) 1 1Register Type:Permanently sealed direct readingMaterials:Main CaseStandard waterworkslow-lead BronzeTop CoverStandard waterworkslow-lead BronzeBody O-ringNeoprene RubberBody BoltsStainless SteelMeasuring ChamberThermoplasticDivision PlateLoaded NylonPistonHigh Impact PolymerThrust Bearing InsertLoaded NylonDriving BarGlass Bead Loaded Nylon1 1/2” Strainer Polypropylene2” StrainerStainless SteelRegister Can90% Copper AlloyRegister LensTempered GlassRegister Housing and Lid Polymer or Bronzeor optionalor optionalDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterSizes 1 1/2” and 2”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonRegister. The register is contained within a 90% copper seamlesscan which is oven-cured at 150°F for 90 minutes to eliminate condensation.The 5 mm true tempered glass lens is secured with an"L" shaped gasket, then roll sealed to produce a permanentlysealed design. To assure easy reading, the totalizer wheels arelarge and color coded. The applicable size, model, registration,part number and date code are printed on the calibrated dial face.Moving clockwise during operation, the extra-thin center sweephand does not interfere with meter reading, and the 1:1 piston ratiolow-flow indicator gives visual indication of plumbing leaks. Foraccurate meter testing, 100 clear graduations appear at the register’scircumference.Maintenance. The measuring chamber assembly can beremoved, repaired or replaced without removing the main casefrom the service line. Pretested measuring chamber assembliesare available for exchange or purchase, and spare parts are availablefrom our central warehouse or designated regional locations.AMCO Water Metering Systems staffs and operates a repair facilityat its U.S. manufacturing plant in Ocala, Florida.Dimensions & Net Weight sDimensions (Inches) Weight BoltMeter Size A B C D E F (lbs.) Hole Dia.1½” Oval (Flanged) 13 8 7/8 2 1/8 8 1/2 11 3/8 3 3/4 23.7 3/4”1½” Threaded 12 5/8 8 7/8 2 1/8 7 1/2 11 3/8 3 3/4 21.72” Oval (Flanged) 17 8 1/8 1 3/4 8 3/4 11 3 3/4 38.7 3/4”2” Threaded 15 1/4 8 1/8 2 15/16 8 3/4 11 3 3/4 36.7C700 1 1/2”:FFRegister Reading Options. C700 meters are available withAbsolute Encoder, Generator and Digital register options to providewater usage output to the entire spectrum of meter reading systems,giving flexibility to utilities implementing or upgrading readingtechnologies. Refer to the following documents for more information:DC700 2”:EACBDEAbsolute Encoder RegisterGenerator RegisterDigital RegisterEC-700RR-C7-810DR-C700FFMagnetic Drive. The magnetic drive design facilitates couplingbetween the measuring chamber and the external register. Thecoupling is absolute at all rated flows.Connections. The meter is available with two-bolt oval, internalthreaded end connections. Both bronze and cast iron oval companionflanges are available. The companion flanges are faced,drilled and tapped, 1 1/2” or 2” as required, with ANSI B2.1 internaltaper pipe thread. Also available are bronze coupling nuts and tailpiecesfor threaded end meters. Both coupling nuts and tailpieceshave external taper pipe threads conforming to ANSI B2.1. Theirlengths and thread sizes are as specified by AWWA Standards.DEABCDEDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterDigital Register SpecificationsThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonDigital Register for C700Indoor Register Included with ModelsC75812 C70010 C70021C75834 C70150C73427 C70151C73429 C70020Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsDescriptionThe Digital Register may be used with C700 positivedisplacement cold water meters, sizes 5/8” - 2”.This register provides a volt-free reed switch closurefor a specific volume of metered water (seespecifications). The actual pulse resolution andunits of registration are printed on the dial plate.The Digital Register is available with either a plasticor glass lens register and can be ordered as part of themeter or as a retrofit to an existing C700 meter. Glasslens units are suited to long-term submersion (pit) applicationsand are supplied with 9-10 feet of 3-wire cable.Electrical connections are not polarity sensitive and are tobe made using two wires connected in series to the internalreed switch and a 100 Ohm resistor (see schematicon reverse). The pulse unit requires power from an externalsource and is suitable for use with remote counters.MaterialsPulser can: Copper Alloy, 90%Pulser lens: Glass or PlasticPulse Element: 10W Reed Switch, 100 Ohm ResistorGland/Cable: 9-10 ft. 3-Wire standard with glass lensfor RF capability. No cable supplied withplastic lens.Contact (Cont/ (Cont/ (Cont/Closure USG) Cu ft.) litres)5/8” 1/1 1/0.1 1/1 or 1/103/4” 1/1 1/0.1 1/1 or 1/101” 1/1 1/0.1 1/101 1/2” 1/10 1/1 1/102” 1/10 1/1 1/10 or 1/100Registration: 1 Revolution of Sweep HandUSG CuFt Litres5/8” 10 1 10 or 1003/4” 10 1 10 or 1001” 10 1 1001 1/2” 100 10 1002” 100 10 100 or 1000Capacity (millions)USG CuFt Litres5/8” 10 1 10 or 1003/4” 10 1 10 or 1001” 10 1 1001 1/2” 100 10 1002” 100 10 100 or 1000Electrical RatingsMaximum Voltage:Maximum Current:Duty Cycle50 VDC50 mA50±15% (Closed/Open)Note: These units are NOT repairable.DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


C700 Cold Water MeterDigital Register SpecificationsThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonConnectionsThe Digital Register may be connected via two terminals,as follows:PLASTIC VERSION(Shown with black plasticcover removed)GLASS VERSION(Shown with 3 pre-connectedand potted wires for AMRapplicationsC700 Dimensions and Net WeightsDimensions (inches) Weight BoltSize A B C D E F (lbs.) Hole Dia.5/8” x 1/2” 7 1/2 5 1/2 1 1/2 4 9 1/4 3 3/4 4 1/45/8” x 3/4” 7 1/2 5 1/2 1 1/2 4 9 1/4 3 3/4 4 1/43/4” x 3/4”S 7 1/2 6 3/16 2 1/16 3 7/8 10 3 3/4 53/4” x 3/4” 9 6 3/16 2 1/16 3 7/8 10 3 3/4 5 1/83/4” x 1” 9 6 3/16 2 1/16 3 7/8 10 3 3/4 5 1/81” 10 3/4 6 5/8 2 1/8 6 15/16 7 1/8 3 3/4 10 1/21½” Oval 13 8 7/8 2 1/8 8 1/2 9 3/8 3 3/4 24 3/4”1½” Threaded 12 5/8 8 7/8 2 1/8 7 1/2 9 3/8 3 3/4 222” Oval 17 8 1/8 1 3/4 8 3/4 8 5/8 3 3/4 39 3/4”2” Threaded 15 1/4 8 1/8 2 15/16 8 3/4 8 5/8 3 3/4 365/8”, 3/4” & 1”:FUser-Defined WireColorREDGREENBLACKCBEA maximum run length of 50 feet is recommended, howeverruns up to 500 feet are possible if shielded cabling is routedaway from electromagnetic sources. Cable sizes from 24-32AWG are acceptable. Wiring is not polarity sensitive (seeschematic below).1 ½”:FADFPulse ReedSwitchTamperReed SwitchDEACBDE100 ΩResistor100 ΩResistor2”:FFSignal(BLACK WIRE)Common(RED WIRE)Tamper(GREEN WIRE)DEABCDEDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


H130 Hot Water MeterSize 3/4”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonModel NumbersModelSizeH13034 3/4”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsDescriptionOperation. The H130 (formerly 5UM-20) is a single-jet(inferential) impeller meter. The impeller movement istransferred by a magnetic coupling to the hermeticallyvacuum sealed register.Installation. The meter must be installed in a cleanpipeline, free from any foreign materials. The meter shallbe installed with the direction of flow as indicated by thearrow cast in the meter case. The meter may be installedin horizontal or inclined lines, up to 45 degrees with theregister facing upward. Note: The meter must have 10pipe diameters ahead of the unit and 5 after of straightpipe to ensure proper flow through the meter. The meteris for use in hot water up to 195 ° F and working pressureto 150 psi. Both pressure loss and accuracy tests aremade before shipment. No adjustments need be madebefore installation.Construction. The meter consists of the main case, adriven register or register pulser assembly. The maincase is cast brass with raised characters showing directionof flow. The top plate is made of PPO-Glass-Loadedand secured by a closing nut made of Polyacetal-Glass-Loaded which is threaded into the main case, sealed bythe O-ring gasket. The main case is designed to housethe impeller/magnet and transfers the flow to the registerpulser. The register pulser is positioned to the top platewith expansion dowel pins and secured by a clamp madeof Polyamide with a threaded securing pin and nut.Size: 3/4"Min Flow (gpm) + 5% 1/4Low Flow (gpm) +2% 1Recommended Continuous Flow(gpm) + 2%11Peak Flow (gpm) +2% 22Pressure Loss psi Min 0.1Pressure Loss psi Low 0.5Pressure Loss psi Cont 4Pressure Loss psi Peak 13Max Operating Pressure psi 150Operating Temperature195 ° F / 90 ° CSweep Hand Register:US GallonsCubic MetersCapacity of Register/Pulser:US Gallons (millions) 10Cubic Meters (thousands) 100Contact/Closure (Pulser):US GallonsCubic MetersMaterials:Main CaseTop PlateO-ringImpellerMagnetStrainerRegisterRegister Housing & LidReg Gearing & Number WheelsLensPulserReed SwitchRed=x.1 Red=x 1 Red=x10Red=x.001 Red=x.01 Red=x.11 Contact/Gallon1 Contact/1 LitreBrassPPO-Glass-LoadedRubber (Nytrile)Polyamide 12Ceramic (Ferrite)PolyacetalPlasticPlasticPlasticPolycarbonate High ImpactPolycarbonate High Impact4 watt, 24 AC/DC voltagemax., 0.2 Amp Current max.,not to exceed 4 watts.Current limiting resistance inDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products®


H130 Hot Water MeterSize 3/4”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonRegister. The register is dust and waterproof evacuated (nocondensation caused by variation of temperature). The registeris stationary and cannot be moved.Pulser. The pulse unit consists of a clear housing with a registerand cable exiting from the side of the register. The pulseelement is a dry contact reed switch rated at 4 watts. This unitrequires power from an external source and normally is wired inseries with no regard to polarity. The unit has approximately 5feet of 2-wire shielded cable exiting a sealed fitting. Note: Thepulse unit cannot be repaired, however, the pulser can bereplaced.Dimensions and Net WeightsDimensions (inches)Weight(lbs.)Meter A B C D E REGISTERSize Length Height Center Width Heightw/Cap to Btm. w/Pulser PULSERw/o Cap3/4" 4.527 3.625 .787 3.25 3.500 1.501.75Connection. The meter casing spuds have external straightthreads conforming to ANSI B2.I. Bronze coupling nuts and tailpiecesare provided. Add 5 1/8” to length for couplings.Pulse Wiring. The pulse element is a 4-watt rated reed switchwhich requires power from an external source. The unit is to bewired in series with no regard to polarity.Temperature/Pressure RatingTemp ° F 32-150 200 230 250MIN PSIG -- 6 25 45“MIN PSIG” is the minimum line pressure required to prevent flashingwithin the meter body.USG Register/PulserDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


M150 Hot Water MeterSizes 1” and 1 1/2”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonModel NumbersModelSizeH15010 1”H15015 1 1/2”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsDescriptionOperation. The H150 (formerly KMM) is a multijet (inferential)impeller meter. The impeller and magnet are theonly moving parts in the measuring chamber. Theimpeller movement is transferred by a magnetic couplingto the evacuated and hermetically sealed register, whichcan be turned to any position for easy reading.Installation. The meter must be installed in a cleanpipeline, free from any foreign materials. The meter shallbe installed with the direction of flow as indicated by thearrow cast in the meter case. The meter may be installedin horizontal or inclined lines up to 45 o , with the registerfacing upward. Note, the meter must have 10 pipe diametersahead of the unit and 5 after, of straight pipe, toinsure proper flow through the meter.Application. The meter is for use with hot water up to195 o F and working pressure to 150 psi. Both pressureloss and accuracy tests are made before shipment. Noadjustments need to be made before installation.Construction. The meter consists of the main case, astrainer, a measuring chamber, an impeller, a removabletop plate and O-ring with a magnetically driven register orregister pulser assembly and security ring. The maincase is cast bronze with raised characters showing directionof flow. The securing ring secures the internal mechanismand top plate. The unit is sealed by the O-ringgasket. The measuring chamber is designed so theimpeller/magnet transfers the flow to the register. Theregister is secured to the main case by the securing ring.Sizes: 1" 1 1/2”Min. Flow gpm + 5% 0.31 0.88Low Flow gpm + 3% 1.23 3.52Rec.Cont. gpm +1% 15.41 44.03Peak Flow gpm + 1% 31.00 88.06Pressure Loss psi Min. 0.14 0.14Pressure Loss psi Cont. 2.5 3.5Pressure Loss psi Peak 7.25 14.5Operating Pressure psi 150 150Operating Temperature o F 195 195Register ReadingSmallest Quantity:US GallonsCubic Meter.011 Ltr..011 Ltr.Capacity of Register/Pulser:US Gallons (millions) 10 10Cubic Meter (thousands) 100 100Contact Closure/Pulser: IPG10 IPG10USGallon1 Cont/Gal 1 Cont/GalCubic Meter1Cont/10 Ltr 1 Cont/10 LtrMaterials:Main CaseBrassTop PlatePPO Glass LoadedMeasuring ChamberPolyphenilene OxideO-ringNitrile RubberImpellerPolyamide 12MagnetCeramic FerriteStrainerPolythene High DensityRegisterHigh-Impact PolycarbonateRegister Housing LidHigh-Impact PolycarbonateRegister & Number Graphited Polyamide 11Gearing WheelsPulserHigh-Impact PolycarbonateHigh-Impact PolycarbonateDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


M150 Hot Water MeterSizes 1” and 1 1/2”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonRegister. The register is a dust and waterproof, hermeticallysealed unit (no condensation is caused by variation of temperature).The register can be turned to any position for easy reading.Pulser. The pulser consists of a plastic housing with a clearlens to read the totalizing register. The pulse element is a drycontact reed switch rated at 4 watts, maximum voltage: 24 VAC/DC. This unit requires power from an external source andnormally is wired in series with no regard to polarity, approximately9-10 feet of 2-wire unshielded cable exists in a sealedfitting.Connections. The meter casing spuds have external straightthreads conforming to ANSI B2.1. Bronze coupling nuts andtailpieces are available.Dimensions and Net WeightsDimensions (inches)Weight(lbs.)Meter A B C D E RegisterSize Length Height Center Width HeightTo Bottom w/Pulser Pulser1" 10.25 5.38 1.84 3.93 5.98 4.951 1/2” 11.82 5.62 2.25 5.00 5.62 7.504.407.35Pulser Wiring. The pulse element is a 4-watt rated reed switchwhich requires power from an external source. The unit is to bewired in series with no regard to polarity. Note: Maximum voltage,24 V AC/DC, 0.2 Amp current, not to exceed 4 watts, currentlimit only max. resistance in series with reed switch.US GallonTemperature/Pressure RatingTemp. o F 32-150 195MIN PSIG - 61” and 1 1/2”“MIN PSIG” is the minimum line pressure required to preventflashing within the meter body.DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007®MMEnergy Monitoring Products


M190 Hot Water MeterHigh Temp. Sizes 1” &1 1/2”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonModel NumbersModelSizeH19010 1”H19015 1 1/2”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsDescriptionOperation . The H190 (MTH) is a multijet (inferential)impeller meter. The impeller and magnet are the onlymoving parts in the measuring chamber. The impellermovement is transferred by a magnetic coupling to thevacuumized and hermetically sealed register, which canbe turned to any position for easy reading.Installation . The meter must be installed in a cleanpipeline, free from any foreign materials. The meter shallbe installed with the direction of flow as indicated by thearrow cast in the meter case. The meter may be installedin horizontal or inclined lines up to 45 o , with the registerfacing upward. Note, the meter must have 10 pipe diametersahead of the unit and 5 after, of straight pipe, toinsure proper flow through the meter.Application . The meter is for use with hot water up to266 o F (130 o C) and working pressure to 230 psi (16 bar).Both pressure loss and accuracy tests are made beforeshipment. No adjustments need be made before installation.Construction . The meter consists of the main case, astrainer, a measuring chamber, an impeller, a removabletop plate and O-ring with a magnetically driven register orregister pulser assembly and securing ring. The maincase is cast bronze with raised characters showing directionof flow. The securing ring secures the internal mechanismand top plate. The unit is sealed by the O-ring gasket.The measuring chamber is designed so theimpeller/magnet transfers the flow to the register. Theregister is secured to the main case by the securing ring.Size: 1" 1 1/2”Min. Flow gpm + 5% .31 .88Low Flow gpm + 3% 1.23 3.52Rec.Cont. Flow + 1% 15.41 44.03Peak Flow gpm + 1% 30.82 88.06Pressure Loss psi Min. .14 .14Pressure Loss psi Rec. 2.5 3.5Pressure Loss psi Peak 7.25 14.5Operating Pressure psi 230 230Operating Temperature psi 266 266Register Reading Smallest QtyUS GallonsCubic Meters.01.10 Ltr..1010 Ltr.Capacity of Register:US Gallons (millions) 10 100Cubic Meters (thousands) 100 100Contact Closure/Pulser: IPG12 IPG12US Gallons 1 Cont/Gal 1 Cont/10 GalCubic Meters1 Cont/10 Ltr 1 Cont/10 LtrMaterials:Main CaseTop PlateMeasuring ChamberO-ringImpellerMagnetStrainerRegisterRegister Housing LidRegister & NumberGearing WheelsBrassBrassRytonEPDNRytonCeramicDyflorNorylPolyamideNorylNorylDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


M190 Hot Water MeterSizes 1” and 1 1/2”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonRegister. The register is a dust and waterproof hermeticallysealed unit (no condensation is caused by variation of temperature).The register can be turned to any position for easy reading.Pulser . The IPG12 pulser consists of a molded insert with aclear housing to read the totalizing register. The pulse elementis a dry contact reed switch rated at 4 watts, maximum voltage:42V DC/AC, 20 OHM resistance. This unit requires power froman external source and normally is wired in series with noregard to polarity, approximately 9-10 feet of 2-wire unshieldedcable exists in a sealed fitting.Connections . The meter casing spuds have external straightthreads conforming to ANSI B2.1. Bronze coupling nuts and tailpiecesare provided.Pulser Wiring . The pulse element is a 4-watt ratedreed switch which requires power from an externalsource. The unit is to be wired in series with no regardto polarity.Note: Maximum voltage: 42 V DC/AC.Protective resistance: 20 OHMDimensions and Net WeightsMeter Dimensions (inches) Weight WeightSize A B C D E Reg Pul1" 10.25 4.50 1.57 3.82 5.0 6.5 7.01 1/2” 11.82 5.55 2.12 5.35 6.5 12.75 13.25US GallonRegisterM 3Temperature/Pressure RatingTemp. o F 32-150 200 230 250 266MIN PSIG - 6 25 45 62“MIN PSIG” is the minimum line pressure required to prevent flashingwithin the meter body.DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products®M


H4300 Hot Water MeterSizes 2”, 3”, 4” and 6”Third-Party Products” From The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonModel NumbersModelSizeH43002 2”H43003 3”H43004 4”H43006 6”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsDescriptionOperation . The H4300 (formerly WPH) is a Woltmanhorizontal impeller (inferential) meter. The impeller andmagnet are the only moving parts in the measuringchamber. The impeller movement is transferred by amagnetic coupling to an evacuated and hermeticallysealed register, which can be read in any of four cardinalpoints without breaking the calibration seal.Installation. The meter must be installed in a cleanpipeline, free from foreign materials. The meter shall beinstalled with the direction of flow as indicated by thearrow cast into the meter case. The meter may beinstalled in a horizontal or inclined line up to 45 o with theregister facing upward. Note: The meter must have 10pipe diameters ahead of the unit and 5 after, of straightpipe, to insure proper flow through the meter.Applications . The meter is for use with hot water up to250 o F (120 o C) and working pressure to 230 psi (16 bar).Both pressure loss and accuracy tests are made beforeshipment. No adjustments need be made before installation.Construction . The meter consists of the main case, ameasuring chamber, an impeller, a removable top plateand o-ring with a magnetically driven register or registerpulser assembly and register or register pulser housing(polymer).Register. The register is a dust and waterproof, hermeticallysealed unit, to prevent condensation caused by variationof temperature. The register can be positioned inany of four cardinal points without breaking the calibrationseal.Sizes: 2" 3” 4” 6”Min Flow GPM + 5% 4.4 8.8 10.5 17.6Low Flow GPM + 3% 8.8 17.6 26.4 88.0Rec Cont Flow + 1% 153 330 550 940Peak Flow GPM + 1% 305 660 1100 1870Pressure Loss psi Low .014 .014 .014 .014Pressure Loss psi Cont .182 .435 .725 1.45Pressure Loss psi Peak 1.45 1.45 1.45 1.45Operating Pressure psi 230 230 230 230Operating Temperature ºF 250 250 250 250Register Reading Smallest Qty:US Gallons 1 Gal 1 Gal 1 Gal 1 GalCubic Meters 1 Ltr 1 Ltr 1 Ltr 1 LtrCapacity of Register/Pulser:US Gallons (millions) 100 100 100 1000Cubic Meters (millions) 1 1 1 10Contact Closure/Pulser:Reed Switch 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/US Gallon 10 gal 10 gal 10 gal 100 galOpto-Electro 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/US Gallon 1 gal 1 gal 1 gal 10 galReed Switch 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/Cubic Meter 100 ltr 100 ltr 100 ltr 1000 ltrOpto-Electro 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/ 1 cont/Cubic Meter 1 ltr 1 ltr 1 ltr 10 ltrMaterials:Body CaseGrey Cast IronTop PlateGrey Cast IronO-RingEthylene-Propylene (EPDN)Impellor 2” Carbon Fibre Loaded Nylon 123-4” Polyether Ether Keton (PEEK)MagnetRare Earth (Cobalt)RegisterMakrolon (PC)Register Housing Lid Makrolon (PC)DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


H4300 Hot Water MeterSizes 2”, 3”, 4” and 6”Third-Party Products” From The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonPulser Reed Switch (2-wire) — The pulse element is a drycontact Reed Switch, rated at 10 watts. Contact load capacityof the Reed Switch is 24VDC, 100 mA. Requires power from anexternal source.Dimensions and Net WeightsDimensions (inches)WeightApprox. (lbs)Opto-Electronic Pulse Transmitter (3-wire) — Contact loadcapacity of the Transmitter is 24VDC, 100 mA, 15 ohm lineresistance core. Diode current source 25 mA. Requires powerfrom an external source.Meter A B C D RegisterSize Length Height Center Width OrTo BottomPulser2" 7.87” 10.59” 2.95” 7.87” 333” 8.85” 11.25” 3.62” 7.87” 424” 9.84” 12.28” 4.64” 8.85” 516” 11.81” 13.97” 5.60” 11.81” 88m3Reg/PulserDimensionsUSGReg/PulserNOTE: Flanges are ANSI Class 150 raised face flanges.Bolt Pattern: 2” & 3” - 4 holes, 4” & 6” - 8 holes.Temperature / Pressure RatingTemp -20--150 200 225 250Min PSIG -- 6 25 45“Min PSIG” is the minimum pressure required to preventflashing in the meter body.DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


H4400 Hot Water MeterHigh Temp. Sizes 2”, 3” & 4”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonModel NumbersModelSizeH44002 2”H44003 3”H44004 4”Note: Meters supplied as indoor version with pulse output.SpecificationsDescriptionLow Flow Performance At Its Highest For Hot WaterThis family of meters offers a wide measuringrange with improved low flow performance.Operation. The H4400 is a Woltman vertical impeller(inferential) meter. The impeller, shaft and magnet are theonly moving parts in the measuring element. The magneticcoupling transfers the impeller movement to an o-ringsealed register.Installation. The meter must be installed in a cleanpipeline, free from foreign materials. The meter must beinstalled with the direction of flow as indicated by the arrowcast into the meter case. The meter must be installed in ahorizontal line with the register facing upward. The meterrequires 10 pipe diameters ahead of the meter and 5 pipediameters after the meter, of straight pipe the same size asthe meter, to insure proper flow through the meter.Applications. The meter is for use with hot water up to350°F (180°C) with working pressure to 195 psi (13.4 bar)or 250°F (120°C) with working pressure to 230 psi (16 bar).Both the pressure loss and accuracy tests are madebefore shipment. No adjustments need be made beforeinstallation.Construction. The meter consists of a main case, ameasuring chamber, an impeller, a removable top plateand o-ring with a magnetically driven register or registerwith reed switch or opto-electronic pulser.Size: 2” 3” 4”Starting Flows .66 1.10 1.76Min Flow GPM ±5% Qmin 2.60 7.00 10.50Slow Flow GPM ±2% Qt 9.90 26.00 39.60Rec Cont Flow GPM Qn 66.00 176.00 254.00Peak Flow GPM Qmax 110.00 308.00 440.00Temperature:350°F w/working pressure 195 psi250°F w/working pressure 230 psiWorking Pressure: 195 psi at 350°F230 psi at 250°FHead Loss:See back of pageFlange:ASA 150 raised faceMaterial of ContructionMeter BodyWetter MaterialO-ring SealMagnetRegisterCast Iron (Nodular)Polyetheretherketone (PEEK)Tetrafluoroethylene-propylene (Aflas)FerritePolyphenylensulfide (PPS)Pulsers. The H4400 Hot Water meters can be fitted with one oftwo pulsers.The Reed Switch pulser is a plug-in assembly that fits withoutbreaking the seal of the meter. Max. voltage of 48 VDC, switchingcurrent 0.2 A, reed switch rated 4 watt, 50 ohm resistance inseries, two wire for in-series wiring and power from an externalsource.Reed Switch Reed SwitchContact Closure (Arrows Up) (Arrows Down)2” 1 contact = 10 USG 1 contact = 100 USG3” 1 contact = 10 USG 1 contact = 100 USG4” 1 contact = 10 USG 1 contact = 100 USGThe Inductive (Namur) Pulser is a plug-in assembly that fits theregister/pulser without breaking the seal of the meter. The transmittingelement is a proximity sensor. Nominal voltage 8 VDC,current without pulse (open) 1.0 mA and current with pulse(closed) 3.0 mA, two wire and power from an external source. Thepulser is for interface with the R420, wiring diagram available, orother appropriate electronics compatible to the above specifications.Contact Closure Inductive (Namur) Pulser2” 3.785 contacts = 1 USG3” 3.785 contacts = 1 USG4” 3.785 contacts = 1 USGDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


H4400 Hot Water MeterSizes 2”, 3” & 4”, 2.6 to 440 GPMThird-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-Mon15Dimensions & Net Weights105MeterSize Dimensions (Inches) WeightDN L g H h W (lbs.)Pressure Loss (PSI)10.50.10.052 in.3 in.4 in.2” 10.6 10.8 7.7 3.2 6.7 30.93” 11.8 12.0 8.0 3.9 7.9 444” 14.2 13.6 9.3 4.3 10.2 72.8Note: The width is not shown on the drawingFlanges. The meter body with the flanges drilled accordingto ISO 7005-2 is rated up to 16 Bar, 232 psi. This means thatthe flanges and the whole meter are rated and operational at232 psi, just the drilling is according to ANSI 150/ASA 150.0.020.010.0078 1050100 500 1,000Rate of Flow (GPM)H4400 Meters - Pressure LossCurves (Typical)H4400 Meters - Accuracy CurvesTemp -20 - 150 220 225 250 275 300 325 350Min PSIG ---- 6 25 45 72 112 154 194“MIN PSIG” is the minimum line pressure required to prevent flashing within the meter body.DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


T3000 Cold Water MeterHigh Flow Sizes 1 1/2”, 2” & 3”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonT3000 Turbine MeterBronze, Magnetic Drive, Flanged EndsModelT30015T30002T30003Model NumbersSize1 1/2” High Flow2” High Flow3” High FlowNote: Meters supplied as outdoor version with pulse output.Sizes: 1 1/2”, 2” and 3”DescriptionOperation. T3000 Turbine Meters are designed for installationwhere occasional low and moderate to high sustained flows aredemanded. Water passes through the meter without a change inflow direction, driving a helix rotor in direct proportion to the quantityof water passing through the meter. Rotor revolutions are transferredto a register by appropriate reduction gearing and a magneticdrive.Compliance to Standards. The T3000 Turbine Meter complieswith all performance and material requirements of the AmericanWater Works Association Standard C701, Class II In-Line (High-Velocity) Type, as most recently revised.Installation. The meter must be installed in a clean pipeline, freefrom any foreign materials. Install the meter with direction of flowas indicated by the arrow cast in the meter case. The meter maybe installed in horizontal, inclined or vertical lines. It is recommendedthat a plate strainer be used to protect the turbine andhelp reduce the effects of turbulence. The installer should considera bypass pipe with gate valves for use during maintenance anda downstream test tee for future field testing.Application. T3000 meters are for use in POTABLE COLDWATER up to 120°F (50°C) and working pressures up to 150 psi.The meter will perform with accuracy registration of 100% +11/2% within the normal flows*. Both pressure loss and accuracytests are made before shipment. No adjustments need be madebefore installation.Construction. The meter consists of a main case, a measuringelement, a case cover and a magnetically driven register assembly.The main case is cast in bronze with raised characters showingmodel, size and direction of flow. The case has a throated inlet.A case dowel pin is inserted for locating the bronze cover plate.The measuring element assembly consists of the rotor, straighteningvanes, accuracy regulator, spindles and gears, filters andundergear assembly. The measuring element is attached to theunderside of the cover with four stainless steel screws and washers,one insert of which is placed eccentrically in the cover. Theinternal regulator assembly is interconnected with an externalSpecificationsPerformance 1 1/2" 2" 3"95%-101% Accuracy GPM 3 3 4*98.5%-101.5% Accuracy GPM 4-200 4-200 5-750Continuous Flow GPM 160 160 600Maximum Flow GPM 200 200 750Operating Pressure psi 150 150 150Operating Temperature °F 120 120 120Sweep Hand RegistersUS Gallons100 100 100Cubic Feet10 10 10Cubic Meters 1 1 1Imperial Gallons 100 100 100Capacity of RegisterUS Gallons (millions) 100 100 100Cubic Feet (millions) 10 10 10Cubic Meters (millions) 1 1 1Imperial Gallons (millions) 100 100 100Register TypeMaterialsMain CaseTop Cover PlateBody O-RingCase BoltsMeasuring ElementRotorRotor BushingsRotor Thrust BearingRotor SpindleUndergearingRegister LensRegister Housing and LidRegister CanPermanently sealed directreading register.BronzeBronzeNeoprene RubberStainless SteelPolyphenylene OxidePolypropylenePTFE CompoundCeramic JewelTungsten CarbidePolyacetal ResinTempered GlassPolymer or Bronze90% Copper AlloyDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


T3000 Cold Water MeterHigh Flow Sizes 1 1/2”, 2” & 3”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-Monregulator shaft located on top of the cover. This allows meter calibrationwithout depressurizing the test bench or meter service. Theregulator is protected by a tamperproof device. The main case andcover are assembled with an O-ring gasket and stainless steel bolts.The register assembly is secured to the main case with a tamperproofscrew and is hinged over the inlet throat. However, the registercan be rotated and locked in any 360 degree position therein.Reading Options. T3000 meters are available with AbsoluteEncoder and Digital register options to provide water usage output tothe entire spectrum of electronic meter reading systems, giving flexibilityto utilities implementing or upgrading reading technologies.AMCO’s Encoder and Digital registers interface to a variety of automatedmeter reading systems, allowing technology upgrade withoutregister replacement.Register. The register is contained within a 90% copper seamless Remote Meter Reading (RMR). The RMR system provides utilitiescan which is oven cured at 150°F for 90 minutes to eliminate condensation.The 1/4" true tempered glass lens is secured in an "L"shaped gasket, then roll sealed to produce a permanent sealeddesign. To assure easy reading, the totalizer wheels are large andcolor coded. The applicable size, model, registration, part numberwith inside-set meters the ability to visually read meters withoutdirectly accessing the meter, greatly reducing reading cost and estimationrates. A 2-conductor wire carries register pulses, equal to apredetermined volume of water throughput, to a battery-poweredremote wall unit for accumulation and display.and date code are printed on the calibrated dial face. Moving clockwiseduring operation, the extra thin sweep hand does not interfere Electronic Meter Reading (EMR). EMR permits electronic interrogationwith meter reading, and the flow indicator will detect plumbing leaks.of the absolute encoder's six number wheels from a pitmounted or remote location. AMCO's encoder features an optionalfully potted glass lens for pit settings, permanently sealed to eliminateany chance of moisture penetration. The absolute encoder featuresa programmable ID; leak detector that provides visual indicationof plumbing leaks; factory potted reading pads for wall or pit-lidmounting; and low power voltage for Electronic and Automatic MeterReading (AMR) applications.Magnetic Drive. The magnetic drive design eliminates miscouplingassociated with right angle drives. Torque is absorbed inthe undergear assembly below the driving magnet. As a result,the driving magnet is turning slowly at all flows, assuring magneticcoupling with the register assembly. The undergearing is protectedby an appropriately filtered encasement.Connections. All sizes are available with 4-bolt round flangedend connections. The 1 1/2" and 2" meters are also availablewith 2-bolt oval flanged-end connections. Both flanged connectionsconform to ANSI B16.1 cast-iron pipe flange, Class 125.Both bronze and cast-iron companion flanges are available. Thecompanion flanges are faced, drilled and tapped with ANSI B2.1internal taper pipe thread and conform to ANSI B16.1 cast-ironpipe flange, Class 125.Dimensions and Net WeightsMeterDimensions (Inches)WeightSize A B C D E (lbs.)1 1/2" Oval 10 7 3/4 2 7/16 7 3/8 5 5/8 19 1/21 1/2" Round 10 7 3/4 2 7/16 7 3/8 5 1/16 202" Oval 10 7 3/4 2 7/16 7 3/8 6 1/8 21 1/22" Round 10 7 7/8 2 9/16 7 3/8 6 1/16 223" 11 7/8 9 3/8 3 13/16 7 3/8 7 1/2 33 3/8Maintenance. The measuring element with integral straighteningvanes can be removed, repaired or replaced without removing themain case from the service line. Blank cover plates are availablefor use during repair. Pretested and calibrated measuring elementswith cover plates and registers are available for exchangeor purchase. In addition, AMCO Water Metering Systems Incmaintains a fully equipped and staffed repair facility in Ocala,Florida.DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products®


T3000 Cold Water MeterHigh Flow Sizes 4”, 6” and 8”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-MonT3000 Turbine MeterBronze, Magnetic Drive, Round Flanged EndsModel NumbersModelT30004T30006T30008Size4” High Flow6” High Flow8” High FlowNote: Meters supplied as outdoor version with pulse output.Sizes: 4” - 8”DescriptionSpecificationsOperation. T3000 Turbine Meters are designed for installationwhere occasional low and moderate to high sustained flows areexpected. Water passes through the meter without a change inflow direction, driving a helix rotor in direct proportion to the quantityof water passing through the meter. Rotor revolutions are transferredto a register by appropriate reduction gearing and a magneticdrive.Performance4" 6" 8"95% - 101% Accuracy GPM 7 15 25*98.5%-101.5% Accuracy GPM 10-1250 20-2500 30-3500Continuous Flow GPM 1000 2000 2800Maximum Flow GPM 1250 2500 3500Operating Pressure psi 150 150 150Operating Temperature°F 120 120 120Compliance to Standards. The T3000 Turbine Meter complieswith all performance and material requirements of the AmericanWater Works Association Standard C701, Class II In-Line (High-Velocity) Type, as most recently revised.Installation. The meter must be installed in a clean pipeline, freefrom any foreign materials. Install the meter with direction of flowas indicated by the arrow cast in the meter case. The meter maybe installed in horizontal, inclined or vertical lines. It is recommendedthat a plate strainer be used to protect the turbine andhelp reduce the effects of turbulence. The installer should considera bypass pipe with gate valves for use during maintenance and adownstream test plug for future field testing.Application. T3000 meters are for use in POTABLE COLDWATER up to 120°F (50°C) and working pressures up to 150 psi.The meter will perform with accuracy registration of 100% +1 1/2%within the normal flows*. Both pressure loss and accuracy testsare made before shipment. No adjustments need be made beforeinstallation.Construction. The meter consists of a main case, a measuringelement, a case cover and a magnetically driven register assembly.The main case is cast in bronze with raised characters showingmodel, size and direction of flow. The case has a throated inlet. Acase dowel pin is inserted for locating the bronze cover plate. Themeasuring element assembly consists of the rotor, straighteningvanes, accuracy regulator, spindles and gears, filters and undergearassembly. The measuring element is attached to the undersideof the cover with four stainless steel screws and washers, oneinsert of which is placed eccentrically in the cover. The internalregulator assembly is interconnected with an external regulatorSweep Hand RegistersUS GallonsCubic FeetCubic MetersImperial Gallons10010110010001001010001000100101000Capacity of RegisterUS Gallons (millions) 100 1000 1000Cubic Feet (millions) 10 100 100Cubic Meters (millions) 1 10 10Imperial Gallons (millions) 100 1000 1000Register TypeMaterialsMain CaseTop Cover PlateBody O-RingCase BoltsMeasuring ElementRotorRotor BushingsRotor Thrust BearingRotor SpindleUndergearingRegister LensRegister Housing and LidRegister CanPermanently sealed directreading register.BronzeBronzeNeoprene RubberStainless SteelPolyphenylene OxidePolypropylenePTFE CompoundCeramic JewelTungsten CarbidePolyacetal ResinTempered GlassPolymer or Bronze90% Copper AlloyDISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


T3000 Cold Water MeterHigh Flow Sizes 4”, 6” and 8”Third-Party ProductsFrom The Manufacturer of E-Mon D-Monshaft located on top of the cover allowing meter calibration withoutdepressurizing the test bench or meter service. The regulator isprotected by a tamperproof device. The main case and cover areassembled with an O-ring gasket and stainless steel bolts. The registerassembly is secured to the cover with a tamperproof screw andis hinged over the inlet throat. However, the register can be rotatedand locked in any 360 degree position therein.Register. The register is contained within a 90% copper seamlesscan which is oven cured at 150°F for 90 minutes to eliminate condensation.The 1/4" true tempered glass lens is domed and securedin an "L" shaped gasket, then roll sealed. To assure easy reading,the totalizer wheels are large and color coded. The applicable size,model, registration, part number and date code are printed on thecalibrated dial face. Moving clockwise during operation, the extrathin sweep hand does not interfere with meter reading, and the flowindicator will detect plumbing leaks.Reading Options. T3000 meters are available with AbsoluteEncoder and Digital register options to provide water usage output tothe entire spectrum of electronic meter reading systems, giving flexibilityto utilities implementing or upgrading reading technologies.AMCO’s Encoder and Digital registers interface to a variety of automatedmeter reading systems, allowing technology upgrade withoutregister replacement.Remote Meter Reading (RMR). The RMR system provides utilitieswith inside-set meters the ability to visually read meters withoutdirectly accessing the meter, greatly reducing reading cost and estimationrates. A 2-conductor wire carries register pulses, equal to apredetermined volume of water throughput, to a battery-poweredremote wall unit for accumulation and display.Electronic Meter Reading (EMR). EMR permits electronic interrogationof the absolute encoder's six number wheels from a pitmounted or remote location. AMCO's encoder features an optionalfully potted glass lens for pit settings, permanently sealed and nitrogengas filled to totally eliminate any chance of moisture penetration.The absolute encoder features a programmable ID; leak detectorthat provides visual indication of plumbing leaks; factory potted readingpads for wall or pit-lid mounting; and low power voltage forElectronic and Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) applications.Magnetic Drive. The magnetic drive design eliminates miscouplingassociated with right angle drives. Torque is absorbed in the undergearassembly below the driving magnet. Consequently, the drivingmagnet at all flows is turning slowly, assuring magnetic coupling withthe register assembly. The undergearing is protected by an encasementappropriately filtered.Connections. These meters are available with eight-bolt roundflanged end connections. Round flanged connections conform toANSI B16.1 cast-iron pipe flange, Class 125. Both bronze and castironcompanion flanges are available. The companion flanges arefaced, drilled and tapped with ANSI B2.1 internal taper pipe threadand conform to ANSI B16.1 cast-iron pipe flange, Class 125.Dimensions and Net WeightsMeter Dimensions (inches) WeightSize A B C D E (lbs.)4" 14 10 3/4 4 3/16 8 3/16 9 51 1/26" 18 13 3/8 5 1/4 10 15/16 11 908" 20 16 1/16 6 15/16 11 7/16 13 7/16 168Maintenance. The measuring element with integral straighteningvanes can be removed, repaired or replaced without removing themain case from the service line. Blank cover plates are available foruse during repair. Pretested and calibrated measuring elements withcover plates and registers are available for exchange or purchasefrom our warehouses in the U.S. and Canada. In addition, AMCOWater Metering Systems maintains a fully equipped and staffedrepair facility in Ocala, Florida.DISCLAIMERE-Mon does not manufacture the products described on this page. We do not provide a warranty with respect to products we do not manufacture,and Customer must rely on the representations and warranties, if any, provided by the manufacturer of such product. We reserve the right to make changes to ourproducts or to discontinue any product or service without notice.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


TME-Mon D-Mon ®Metering Products & SystemsMeter Reading & Billing ServicesAs the leading U.S. manufacturer ofsolid-state electronic kilowatt-hour anddemand submeters and automatic meterreading software, E-Mon ® is committed tomaking submetering a cost-effectivestrategy for all who wish to takecontrol of their energy usage.E-Mon’s meter reading partners specialize inreading and billing all utilities includingelectric, gas, water and steam in a variety ofapplications including multi-family facilities,condominiums, shopping centers, commercialproperties and industrial complexes.Let a third party service provider manage yourmeter reading, billing and collection processesso your staff can stay focused on managingyour business.Leverage E-Mon’s 25 yearsof experience to help you reduce costs,improve efficiency and increase productivity.Easing the pressure on the bottom line is arealistic goal with submetering tools thatcombine quality, versatility and economy—acombination of strengths guaranteed tobe found in every E-Mon product.For more information, contact E-Monat (800) 334-3666 or visit us onlineat www.emon.com.A Division ofE-Mon®www.emon.com


As more and more tenants demand actualenergy usage data, property managers areturning to submetering to correctly assess energyusage costs. However, in areas where multi-tierrate schedules prevail, expert help may berequired. E-Mon, the industry leader in meteringfor over 25 years, offers an easy way to correctlycharge against the information received fromenergy submeters.E-Mon offers a full array of energy monitoringproducts and systems including third-party meterreading and billing services. Meter reading,billing and collection services provide propertymanagers with a complete system approach toaccurate and reliable tenant energy usageallocation and billing.Meter Reading Services• Accurate and reliable reading of:- E-Mon D-Mon meters- Electric meters- Gas meters- Water meters- BTU steam meters- Or other pulse output device• Remote AMR reading minimizestenant disruptions and allowsmeter reading on any schedulevia modem.• Third party services provideimpartial billing and collectionsminimizing tenant complaints.Billing & Account Management• Tenant bill and usage statement generation• Custom bill and report formats• Recurring and one-time charge itemization onutility invoice• Move In/Move Out statements• Automatic updates of utility rates• Tenant collections and delinquency management• Toll-free customer service• Detailed summary reports printed or emailedto property owner• Reports that summarize property specific issuesTo learn more about meter reading and billingservices contact E-Mon at (800) 334-3666 oronline at www.emon.com/abs.asp.www.emon.com


Section 5Metering Options& AccessoriesSECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10


®Single-Phase MetersMetering AccessoriesE-Mon offers a full range of accessories to help meet yourenergy management needs. Complement or expand your E-MonD-Mon meters with building management systems or E-Mon Energysoftware communication interfaces. Tie in gas and water meters,too. The portfolio even allows you to gather temperature and otherdata from measuring devices, such as analog meters, chartrecorders and programmable logic controllers. For space-restrictedareas, opt for the compact MMU cabinets. Plus, extra currentsensors, either split- or solid-core, are available for monitoringmultiple loads from one meter for a cumulative reading.Three-Phase MetersAdvanced MetersInterval Data RecordersAccessoriesSoftwareKey BenefitsCompact -Flexible -Reliable -Most options can be factory installed, alongwith the meters inside the MMU enclosure,and shipped as one complete package.Wide variety of options to support your meteringefforts.E-Mon D-Mon products have set the industrystandard for metering products for over 25 years.The simple way to submeterelectricity, gas and waterKey FeaturesIdeal for both new and retrofitted facilities.Variety of communications include pulse output,RS-232/RS-485, telephone, Ethernet and ModBus.Monitor multiple loads with one meter for a cumulativereading.UL Listed. Utility-grade accuracy.E-MonD-Mon®For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.com


®Metering Accessories• IDR (Interval Data Recorder)This popular unit records and stores data from a variety of meters, including gasand water meters, E-Mon D-Mon electric submeters, or any equipment that providesa pulse output. The IDR stores the data until downloaded to E-Mon Energy softwarefor evaluation.• Multiple Meter Unit (MMU) CabinetsThis compact cabinet contains up to 24 E-Mon D-Mon meters for centralized reading that doesn’t disturbtenants. When used with E-Mon Energy software, IDR(s) can be installed inside the same cabinetto reduce installation time and historically larger size requirements for metering systems.• Current SensorsAdditional sets of current sensors are available for applications where multiple loads need to be monitoredby one meter for a cumulative reading. The patented current sensors provide for a safer installation withoutpower interruption and can be remote-mounted inside the electric panel up to 2,000 feet away from themeter location without the need for large CT cabinets. Solid-core current sensors are available upon request.• P2 PulserIntegrating E-Mon D-Mon meter data with your existing building management system is possible usingthe P2 Pulser. The pulser can be customized in the field to meet the requirements of your specificbuilding management system.• D/A ConverterWhen used in conjunction with E-Mon D-Mon meters, the Digital-to-Analog converter performs as atranslation interface for analog meters, chart recorders and programmable logic controllers. There arevarious outputs available to fit your specific metering application.• Timed Metering KitAccurate after-hours monitoring is a realistic goal when utilizing the timed metering kit with E-MonD-Mon meters. The timed metering kit maintains data for up to 16 events per day and will maintaintime and programs in the event of a power failure.For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.comE-MonD-Mon®


P2 PULSERTECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®DescriptionThe E-Mon D-Mon ® P2 Pulser is an optically/coupled interface device thatallows the Class 2000 kWh or kWh/Demand meter to be connected to anenergy/building management system (EMS) for the purpose of data-gatheringand/or load control. The pulse width and value are selected using 2 DIPswitches, and can be tailored to fit your specific requirements in the field.A modular plug connects the pulser to the E-Mon D-Mon meter; a two-screwterminal provides easy connection to the EMS. A LED on the pulser showsthe rate and duration of the pulse. The pulser has an operating range of 4.5to 28 volts dc (supplied by the EMS).ApplicationPulser data to the EMS can be used for:T enant billing, based on both kilowatt-hour and kilowatt demand information from the E-Mon D-Monmeters through the pulsers."Real-time" demand reading, allowing the user to see the ef fects of loads as they come on- or of f-line.Automatic load shedding/limiting by the EMS to lower energy usage and costs.FeaturesPulse RateIndicatorON12Switch #2Pulse width(83, 100 or 500 msec)To RJ-11 (6-pin) modularjack located insideE-Mon D-Mon meterP2 PulserSelectable Interface+-Output(T wisted-pair)12345678Switch #1Output v alue in kWh(see selection guide)®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


P2 PULSERTECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®T ype:Pulse Indicator:T emp. Range:Output:Dimensions:Max On V oltage:Min. Of f Impedance:Pulse Rate:Pulse Width:Optically coupled open-collector current sinktransistor (input completely isolated from output)LED-20 degrees C to +50 degrees CSolid-state switch, N.O. (current sink transistor)3.7" L x 2.3" W x 1" H0.8 volts100K ohmsDIP switch selectable (see DIP switch selection guide below)83, 100 or 500 milliseconds, DIP switch selectableCUST OMER-SUPPLIED INTERF ACE SPECIFICA TIONSInterface V oltage:+4.5 to +28 volts dcMax. Interface Current: 100 mA (milliamps)DIP SWITCH SELECTION GUIDE (pulse value in kilowatt-hours)SelectorONPosition25A50A100A200A400A800A1600A3200A123456781.5.25.125.0625.03125.015625.007812521.5.25.125.0625.03125.015625421.5.25.125.0625.031258421.5.25.125.0625168421.5.25.12532168421.5.256432168421.51286432168421TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAMP2 Pulser+-Max 100 mA+4.5 ~ 20 VdcSupplied from Energy Management SystemCOM®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


TIMED METERING KITSPECIFICATIONSDESCRIPTIONEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®The Timed Metering Kit allows users to monitor electrical usage during a specific time period.Applications include overtime monitoring, after-hours usage, etc.ENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONSTimer shall control Class 2000 kWh/Demand meter registration through current sensor load switching.In the event of a power outage, timer shall provide carry over to maintain time and program for a minimum of four days without abattery.Timer shall be capable of functioning 16 events per day. An event is defined as either an "ON" or an "OFF."Timer shall provide skip-a-day function. (Any day or days of the week may be skipped.)Timer shall provide selectable clock format to allow 12-hour (AM/PM) or 24-hour display.Timer shall provide a manual override to change current output state. Acts immediately when initiated and remains until overr iddenagain or until next event is reached.Timer shall provide a recessed reset button.Timer minimum "ON" or "OFF" time is one minute and maximum "ON" or "OFF" time is 23 hours and 59 minutes.Timer shall provide a digital time display 5/8" in height.Timer shall provide an "ON" or "OFF" display to indicate the current status of the meter input controls.Timer enclosure shall provide a method of locking to prevent unauthorized access.WIRING DIAGRAME-Mon D-Mon ® MeterTime ClockLine VoltageABCDTimed MeteringControl UnitCTHookupMeterHookupABC120 VNeutral120 Volt Power®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


D/A (DIGITAL-TO-ANALOG)CONVERTER SPECIFICATIONSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®DESCRIPTIONThe D/A (digital-to-analog) converter module is used along with theE-Mon D-Mon ® Class 2000 meter(s) to interface with analog meters,chart recorders, meter relays, and programmable controllers.D/A CONVERTER SPECIFICATIONSInput Voltage:Available Outputs:120 VAC, 60 Hz0-10 volts dc (at 10 mA maximum)0-1 mA (into load of 0-10K ohms)4-20 mA (into load of 0-250K ohms)Operating Temperature:Dimensions:0 degrees C to 60 degrees C6 3/4" H x 3 3/4" W x 3 1/4" DORDERING INFORMATIONWhen ordering, state model number of the E-Mon D-Mon meter that will be used with the D/A converter.(e.g., 208200 KIT, 480400D KIT)State output required from D/A converter (choose one):0-10 Vdc0-1 mA4-20 mA®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


PCA (PULSE CONTACT ADAPTOR) OPTIONEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®DESCRIPTIONThe PCA allows standard electro-mechanical style kilowatt-hour meters to interface to theRightEnergy TM software system.SPECIFICATIONSInstalls on X1 (times one) dial of standard electro-mechanical style kilowatt-hour meters to provide10 pulses per revolution of the dial.Allows interface with the RightEnergy software system.Models of the PCA are also available for some types of gas meters to allow an interface with theRightEnergy software system.®(800)tel.334-3666866.944.4868- www.emon.com• www.huntpower.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


TEMPERATURE MODULEEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®FeaturesThe E-Mon D-Mon ® Temperature Module is designed to work withthe E-Mon D-Mon IDR (Interval Data Recorder). The device plugsinto one of the RJ-45 modular ports on the IDR.Temperature data is sent to the IDR as a frequency and thepulses are stored in 5- or 15-minute intervals. This data canthen be utilized to determine the average temperature duringthese intervals.Encapsulation allows the Temperature Module to be installedindoors or outdoors. Cable extendibility of up to 100 feet addsflexibility and presents increased mounting options.The Temperature Module can be used to determine theaverage outdoor temperature when it is necessary to accuratelycompare present energy usage against historical data withouthaving to rely on regional data supplied by the weather service,which may not correlate with your specific location. It is alsouseful when it is important to monitor the inside temperature ofan electrical room for maintenance or observation.SpecificationsModel NumbersTEMPMODTemperature RangeAccuracyVcc SupplyIddCable LengthTermination ConnectorMounting ConfigurationOutput Frequency RangeOutput PulseDuty CycleAmplitudeRise TimeFall TimeIOL/IOHThermal Time Constant25C to 50C50C to 75C75C to 100C-30C to +25C-20 to +80 Degrees C+/- 1 Degree C (0-75C)+4.5 to 5.5 Vdc


TEMPERATURE MODULEINSTALLATION OVERVIEWEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®The E-Mon D-Mon ® Temperature Module can be inserted into any one of the RJ-45 modularjacks located on the Interval Data Recorder.IDRE-Mon D-MonTemperature Module®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


RUN-TIME SENSOR SPECIFICATIONSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®The E-Mon D-Mon ® run-time sensor is designed to provide "run-time"information through the Class 3000 meter or IDR when used withE-Mon Energy TM software.The split-core current transformer (CT) allows the unit to be installedwithout need of a contact or switch on the monitored equipment. Whenthe CT is clamped around the conductor being monitored it sensesthe current flowing through the conductor. The contact is wired to theexternal input terminal of the meter or IDR. A current flow of 2 to 50amps causes the run-time sensor to close its normally open internalcontact (form A). When the contact closes, it can be set up to registerin the meter or IDR as a software-created count of 300 pulses perminute. This is used to account for the run-time of the equipment(as a percentage) in 5- or 15-minute intervals.The E-Mon D-Mon ® run-time sensor operates without the need of a powersupply or a voltage input. The unit can be mounted up to 500 feet awayfrom the meter or IDR. The contact is rated at 120 VAC/DC maxwith a current handling maximum of 100 milliamps (0.1 amps).SpecificationsModel NumbersRun-Time SensorMaximum Switch Voltage:Maximum Switch Amps:CT Operating Range:CT Short-Term Rating:CT Inside Dimensions:Switch Enclosure Dimensions:CT Secondary Wire Rating:120 VAC/DC0.1 (100 mA)2 to 50 amps200 amps.875 x 1.375 (inches)3.8 x 2.4 x 1 (inches)600 VAC®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


Section 6InstallationInformationSECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10


INSTALLATION OVERVIEWCLASS 1000, 2000 and 3000 MetersEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®INSTALLATION OVERVIEW3-PHASE, 3-WIRE OR 3-PHASE, 4-WIREINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon ® MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B Ø CØ A Ø B Ø C N W B W B W BMeter TerminalBlock ConnectionsCurrent Sensor &Voltage Connections *ABCLOADNSOURCE1-PHASE, 2-WIRE 120 or 277 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAM(Class 1000 Series Only)SINGLE-PHASE, 3-WIRE120/240, 120/208 or 480 VOLTINSTALLATION DIAGRAMTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterTerminal Block Located Inside E-Mon D-Mon MeterLINE VOLTAGE CURRENT SENSORSØ AØAN W B* * * * * *LINE VOLTAGEØ A ØB NCURRENT SENSORSØ A Ø B ? CW B W B W B* * * ALOADNLOADSOURCEASOURCEB or AN* These terminals are not used in Class 1000 installations.Recommended fuses or circuit breaker per the National Electrical Code (Meter load 6VA.)Neutral not required in delta system.Split-core current sensors. Install according to instructions.Install jumper.*®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


www.emon.cominfo@emon.com®E-Mon D-MonMetering Products & SystemsClass 2000Stand-Alone kWh and kWh/Demand MetersInstallation & Instruction ManualOne Oxford Valley, Suite 418Langhorne, PA 19047(800) 334-3666


www.emon.cominfo@emon.com®E-Mon D-MonMetering Products & SystemsDear Valued Customer:We are pleased that you chose to purchase one of our products and want youto be just as pleased with it. To be sure that you are 100% satisfied with ourproducts, we provide toll-free technical and sales information Monday throughFriday, 8:00 am to 7:30 pm, eastern time. The toll-free number to call is(800) 334-3666. You may also reach us via email at info@emon.com.Before installing your new E-Mon product, please read the information on thefollowing pages carefully.We believe that you will find the Class 2000 three-phase meters easy to installand to use for monitoring and evaluating your electrical usage.Be sure to keep this manual in a safe place, as it can be used in the future as areference guide.Thank you.E-Mon ®


IndexChapter 1 Pre-Installation InformationChapter 2 Current Sensor AssemblyChapter 3 Meter Terminal Block ConnectionsCurrent Sensor ConnectionsVoltage ConnectionsChapter 4 Wiring DiagramsChapter 5 Multiple-Load MonitoringParallel Current Sensor RulesParallel Current Sensor Wiring DiagramsChapter 6Class 2000 Meter Circuit Board FunctionsChapter 7 Class 2000 Meter Display FeaturesChapter 8 Class 2000 Meter Display SetupChapter 9 Troubleshooting GuideChapter 10 Frequently Asked Questions


Chapter 1Pre-Installation InformationThe E-Mon D-Mon ® Class 2000 meter is wired as a single-, dual- or threeelementunit that is used to monitor electric power to individual loads after theutility meter. Installation must be performed by qualified personnel andONLY according to these instructions and all applicable electrical codes.E-Mon and its representatives assume no responsibility for damage orinjury resulting from the improper installation of this meter.Check the rating and configuration on the meter label to ensure it is suitablefor the intended service. Meters listed for use on 120/208 volt services cannotbe used on 277/480 volt services, and vice versa.Verify that the meter rating (amperage) is suitable for the intended load.Compare the color of the arrows on the current sensor assembly to thechart below to find the amperage of the current sensors.SENSOR ARROW SENSORCOLOR CODE RATINGBrown 100 AmpRed 200 AmpYellow 400 AmpBlack 800 AmpBlue 1600 AmpBlue 3200 AmpMount the meter in the desired location using the mounting flanges locatedon the top and bottom of the meter enclosure. This E-Mon D-Mon metermodel must be installed indoors, in an area that is free from moisture andextreme temperatures. (An optional outdoor enclosure is available; contactE-Mon for details.)Assemble and install the current sensors around the conductors that are to bemonitored.Note: The modular jacks located on the meter board are to be usedonly in conjunction with E-Mon peripherals. The jacks containneutral-accessible circuits.


Chapter 2Current Sensor AssemblySTEP 1:For each phase being monitored you will need onetwo-piece current sensor assembly. (A three-phase meterwill require three (3) assemblies.) Open the two-piececurrent sensor assembly by releasing the nylon clamp usinga flathead screwdriver.STEP 2:Reassemble the current sensor assembly around the conductor(s)to be monitored. Be sure that the current sensor halvesmarked "load" are both facing the load side of the conductor.The colored arrow will be on the source side of the conductorbeing monitored and MUST be pointed in a clockwise directionaround the conductor being monitored. Tighten the nylonclamp to complete the assembly.LoadSourceIMPORTANT: When looking from the source side of the conductor(s)being monitored, you should see the arrow on the currentsensor assembly, and the arrow should be pointing clockwisearound the conductor(s) being monitored. If the arrow is not onthe source side, inaccurate readings will result.


Chapter 3Meter Terminal Block ConnectionsCurrent Sensor ConnectionsSTEP 1: Connect the black and white leads from the current sensorassembly to the meter terminal block. The current sensorleads can be extended up to 2000 feet using #14-22 AWGwire and do not have to be twisted, but consult your localelectrical codes for proper sizing. When extending thesensor leads, be sure to note what color lead on the extensionis connected to the black lead from the sensor, and what colorlead on the extension is connected to the white lead fromthe sensor. There is no hazardous voltage across thecurrent sensor wires and there will be no damage if thesensor wires are shorted together.When connecting current sensor leads to the meter terminalblock, it is important to note which phase sensor you bring toeach of the terminals, because line voltage inputs mustcorrespond to current sensor inputs. Also be sure that the blackwire is connected to the "B" terminal for each phase, and thewhite wire is connected to the "W" terminal.Note: For further information on current sensor connections, refer toChapter 4, Wiring Diagrams.Voltage ConnectionsSTEP 1: Verify that the voltage supplied to the meter is from the samesource as the loads being monitored by the current sensors.Connect the line voltage input wires to the meter terminalblock. (See the various installation diagrams in Chapter 4.)NOTE: LINE VOLTAGE INPUTS MUST CORRESPOND TOTHE SAME CONDUCTOR BEING MONITORED BY THECURRENT SENSOR INPUTS. THE CONFIGURATIONSHOWN MUST BE FOLLOWED OR INACCURATEREADINGS WILL RESULT. These wires are normally #14AWG, but consult your local electrical codes for proper sizing.Voltage input conductors require protection; it is recommendedthat in-line fuses with a one-amp rating be installed to protect allphases. Do not connect the voltage wires to the unit whilethey are live. Push insulating cover down over meter terminalblock. Apply voltage to meter only after installation is complete.IMPORTANT:The line voltage and current sensor inputs must correspond. Ifthe phasing between the voltage and the current sensors doesnot correspond, inaccurate readings will result. Note: Refer toChapter 4, Wiring Diagrams, for further details.


Chapter 3Meter Terminal Block ConnectionsVoltage Connections (continued)Note: The line voltage input may be taken from wherever it is mostconvenient (lugs, another breaker, another subpanel, etc.) aslong as it is the same power source as the items beingmonitored. Line voltage cannot be pulled from a subpanelpowered from a different transformer than the item(s) beingmonitored.Note: Push the insulating cover down over the terminal block insidethe meter. Apply voltage to meter only after installation iscomplete.Refer to Chapter 4, Wiring Diagrams, for further details.


Chapter 4Wiring DiagramsThis chapter provides you with various installation diagrams depending on yourmonitoring needs. The diagrams below are standard installation diagrams usingone (1) set of current sensors. For special monitoring needs, see Chapter 5.Three-phase, three-wire connection (delta system).(In four-wire delta system, NEUTRAL is not used.)Line VoltageCurrent Sensors∅A∅B ∅CN∅A ∅B ∅CW B W B W BLine voltage connection: #14 AWG* **Sensor Connection:B=BlackW=White∅A* One-amp inline fuses recommended∅B∅CLOAD SOURCEThree-phase, four-wire connection (wye system).Line VoltageCurrent Sensors∅A∅B ∅CN∅A ∅B ∅CW B W B W BLine voltage connection: #14 AWG* **Sensor Connection:B=BlackW=White∅A* One-amp inline fuses recommended∅B∅CLOAD SOURCEN


Chapter 4Wiring DiagramsSingle-phase, three-wire connection (monitoring conductors A-B, B-C, or A-C).Conductors A-BLine VoltageØA ØB ØC N* *Current SensorsØA ØB ØCW B W B W BØAØBLine Voltage Connections: #14 AWGSensor Connections: B=Black leadW=White lead* One-amp inline fuses recommendedIMPORTANT: Line voltage MUST bepresent at the A- & B-phase voltageterminals. (You cannot bring powerinto A- & C-phase terminals only, orinto B- & C-phase terminals only.)LOAD SOURCENShorting link MUST be installedon C-phase current sensor terminals.Conductors B-CLine VoltageØA ØB ØC NCurrent SensorsØA ØB ØCW B W B W B* *ØBØCLOAD SOURCENConductors A-CLine VoltageØA ØB ØC NCurrent SensorsØA ØB ØCW B W B W B* *For other applications (120V, 1-phase/2-wire,high-voltage, etc.) contact E-Mon, toll-free,at (800) 334-3666.ØAØCLOAD SOURCEN


Chapter 5Multiple-Load MonitoringParallel Current Sensor RulesThe E-Mon D-Mon ® Class 2000 meter provides extreme flexibility by allowingadditional sets of current sensors to be used in parallel so multiple locationscan be monitored by one meter. This feature allows a totalized display fromtwo or more loads.You may use parallel sensors to monitor specific breakers from one panel,specific breakers from more than one panel, two or more complete panels, etc.You may also monitor three-phase loads and single-phase loads for a totalizedreading, provided they are from the same power source.When paralleling current sensors, the following rules must be followed foraccurate readings.RULE 1:RULE 2:RULE 3:RULE 4:Current sensors must be installed in complete sets of three.This is necessary even when paralleling poly-phase withsingle-phase loads.All sensors used in parallel must be of the same amperagerating (e.g., all 100 amp or all 400 amp). The rating willbe determined by the current rating (amperage) of the meter.A 200-amp meter, for example, must use extra sets of 200-ampcurrent sensors.All locations being monitored must have the same powersource. A 480-volt meter, for example cannot monitor a 208-volt load, nor can a meter monitor two 480-volt loads if theyare from a different originating power source or from differenttransformers.The meter reading shown on the display must be multiplied bythe number of sets of current sensors installed.Example: A meter using 2 sets of current sensors, with a displayreading of 20....2 x 20=40....the actual usage is 40.NOTE: Sets of current sensors consist of three sensors, one per phase. Themultiplier only applies when extra sets of sensors are installed on one meter.If you are only using one set of three sensors, this multiplier DOES NOT apply.


Chapter 5Multiple-Load MonitoringParallel Current Sensor Wiring DiagramsMonitoring two three-phase loads:Line VoltageØA ØB ØC NCurrent SensorsØA ØB ØCW B W B W BØAØB* **When reading theE-Mon D-Mon ® meter,be sure to multiply themeter reading by thenumber of sets ofsensors in parallel.ØCNLOAD SOURCELOAD AØAØBØCNLOAD SOURCELOAD BMonitoring two two-phase loadsØAØBLine VoltageØA ØB ØC N* *Current SensorsØA ØB ØCW B W B W BIMPORTANT!Line voltage MUST beprovided to the A & Bline voltage terminalsin the E-Mon D-Monmeter. (You cannotbring power to only theB & C phases, or onlythe A & C phases.)LOAD SOURCELOAD ANShorting link mustbe installed on theC-phase currentsensor terminals.ØAØBNLOAD SOURCELOAD B


Chapter 5Multiple-Load MonitoringMonitoring one three-phase load and one single-phase load:Line VoltageØ A Ø B Ø C NCurrent SensorsØ A Ø B Ø CW B W B W B* **ØAØBØCLOAD SOURCELOAD ANØAØBNLOAD SOURCELOAD BCurrent sensor must be wired to theE-Mon D-Mon ® meter but should not beclamped around any conductor.NOTE: Three-phase line voltage MUST be provided to the E-Mon D-Monmeter. When reading the E-Mon D-Mon meter, be sure to multiply the meterreading by the number of sets of sensors in parallel.IMPORTANT: Current sensors MUST be installed in complete sets of three (3);bring the third sensor into the terminal block at the meter but do not clamp theactual sensor assembly around any conductors or the neutral.For other applications contact E-Mon's technical department, toll-free,at (800) 334-3666.


Chapter 6Class 2000 Meter Circuit Board FunctionsMain circuit board located inside meter enclosure:121234345566SCS2000 Rev 2SCS7752 Rev 31. AMR Jack 4. Meter Pulse LED2. Peripheral Jack 5. Power On LED3. Check Sensor LED 6. Meter Terminal BlockCircuit board located inside door of meter enclosure:CPU RESETPush ButtonCPU ActiveLEDRESETPush ButtonMode Button(Demand Only)Real-Time LoadPush Button(Up Button forDemand Option)DIPSwitchDown Button(Demand Only)


Chapter 6Class 2000 Meter Circuit Board FunctionsAMR Jack 8-pin RJ-45, used to connect Class 2000 meter toRightEnergy TM /IDR Automatic Meter Reading systemPeripheral JackCheck Sensor LEDMeter Pulse LEDPower On LED6-pin RJ-11 jack used to interface meter withperipherals such as the P2 Pulser or the D/AconverterWhen lit, indicates that the current sensor isbackwards or on the incorrect phase.Blinks to show meter load. Blink rate increaseswith load.When lit, indicates power to meter is on.Real-Time Load Press Up once and wait 6 seconds to displayPush Button present load in kW; press again to return to(Up in demand option) standard kWh display (update is not instantaneous).Also used when adjusting time and date for meterdisplay for demand option.RESET ButtonPress RESET to reset display to zero.CPU Reset Press CPU to test display. Shows "88888888"Push Button then amp rating of meter; to be used by field servicepersonnel ONLY.CPU Active LEDLED D1 blinks to indicate that the CPU is active andoperating. One blink per second indicates normaloperation.Mode Push Button Used to select adjustment mode when setting up the(Demand only) meter (clock adjust, date adjust, input select).Down Push Button(Demand only)Used when adjusting time and date for meter display.DIP Switch Set by factory to match meter with supplied currentsensors. Must not be changed by installer or user.


Chapter 7Class 2000 Meter Display FeaturesNormal ModeThe kWh display on the face of the meter requires nomultiplier and shows kilowatt-hours consumed. The costper kilowatt-hour can be obtained from the utility electricbilling tariffs. By multiplying the figure obtained from themeter display by the cost per kilowatt-hour, the total power cost will be determined.EXAMPLE: display reading 13413cost per kWh $0.09413413 x .094 = $1260.82 (for power used by metered load)kW ModePressing the Up button on the meter display board willswitch the display to the Load mode and will show thepresent load in kW (kilowatts). (Allow 6 seconds for correctreading to stabilize.) This feature is useful to the consumeras it shows the actual load on the meter and can be valuable in showing the effects oflarge loads - such as air conditioning, electric hot water heaters, and electricalappliances - on power consumption.Pressing the Up button again returns the meter display to normal mode.Test ModeScreen 1 Screen 2Pressing the CPU button on the meter display board will cycle the display throughthe test mode. The two screens above will be seen.The first screen activates all the digits and icons on the display. This is to verify thatall segments are functional.The second screen will show the amp rating of the meter. The first digit (on the leftside of the dash) will always be zero on the Class 2000 meter. The four digits on theright side of the dash indicate the amp rating. The above depiction is of a 200-ampClass 2000 meter.Upon completion of the cycling, the meter will return to the normal display mode.When the meter is first energized it will automatically cycle through the test screens.


Chapter 7Class 2000 Meter Display FeaturesThis section applies ONLY to meters with the demand option.If you selected the demand option for your Class 2000 meter, your meter’sdisplay will have the capability to cycle through four (4) screens: kWh consumed,kW demand, date of demand peak, and time of demand peak.04-22-02The date display shows the date of thedemand (kW) peak.12-30The time display shows the time of the daythat the demand peak occurred.


Chapter 8Class 2000 Meter Display SetupThis section applies to demand meters ONLY.The demand meter display is set up using the Mode Select, Up and Downbuttons located on the display board which is mounted to the meter door.The CPU Reset button may also be utilized for certain functions.When first energized, or after pressing the CPU Reset button, the display willappear as the two screens seen below. The display screen on the right indicatesthe amp size of the meter. The four digits on the right side of this screenindicate the current rating, from 100 to 3200 amps.200-ampcurrent ratingOnce the meter has been installed and energized, follow the display setup asoutlined on the next page.


Chapter 8Class 2000 Meter Display SetupThis section applies ONLY to meters with the demand option.STEP 1:Date SettingPress the Mode Select button and the displayscreen to the left will appear. Use the Up and00-00-00 Down buttons to enter the month, day andyear in the format MM-DD-YY. (Use a zerobefore a single-digit entry.) Press the ModeSelect button to move between fields. When completed, press Mode Select toadvance the display to the next screen.STEP 2:Day-of-Week and Time SettingIn the next screen, enter the current day of theweek using the Up and Down buttons; enter "1"05 09-25 for Sunday, "2" for Monday, "3" for Tuesday, "4"for Wednesday, "5" for Thursday, "6" for Friday,or "7" for Saturday. This is necessary for themeter to automatically keep track of daylight savings time. Press the ModeSelect button to move to the next field; enter the current time as HH-MM usingthe Up and Down buttons. Because the meter uses a 24-hour clock, this numberwill be from 1 to 24, e.g., 2:00 PM = 14. Press Mode Select again to moveto the final display screen.


Chapter 9Troubleshooting GuideThe E-Mon D-Mon ® Class 2000 meter is calibrated and tested at thefactory before being packaged and shipped. If installed properly and inaccordance with these installation instructions, the E-Mon D-Mon meter shouldprovide years of trouble-free service. If the meter should not function, thefollowing guide will assist in troubleshooting the installation.PROBLEM: PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW:1. Display window is blank. A. Check wiring to voltage terminals.B. Check circuit breaker or fuses.C. Verify that the power is turned on.D. Test source for correct voltage.(Phase-to-phase.)2. Display shows incomplete figures A. Press RESET button located onor numbers other than zeros when door inside the meter and hold forpower is turned on. 5 seconds.B. Press CPU button on door circuitboard.3. Display reads all zeros (00000000). A. Determine if load is sufficient toupdate the display.B. Check RESET button to be surethere are no wires or other objectspressing against it when the dooris closed.C. Check the current sensors forinstallation and polarity.(See Chapter 2 for instructions.)D. Be sure the current and voltageinputs have the proper phaserelationship. (See Chapter 4.)E. Check wiring to voltage terminals.F. Check circuit breaker or fuses.G. Test source for correct voltage.4. Display reads only a fraction of A. Check the supply voltage to bethe power consumption. sure that is is on continuously24 hours a day.B. Check the current sensorinstallation and polarity.(See Chapter 2 for instructions.)C. Check sensor wiring to the terminalstrip in meter (color coding W & B).If you have any questions, contact E-Mon, toll-free, at (800) 334-3666 BEFORE removing the meter.


Chapter 10Frequently Asked QuestionsQ. How do I figure out if my meter is a kWh or a kWh/demand meter?A. Your meter has the demand option if its model number ends in “D”.Q.When providing line voltage to the E-Mon D-Mon ® meter, can I tap off the same breaker I am monitoring?A. Yes, the voltage can be pulled off the same breaker being monitored. The meter draws .025 amps, so the loadfrom the meter will have minimal affect on your readings. (Refer to proper fusing instructions.)Q. Can the meter line voltage wires be run in the same conduit as the current sensor leads?A. Yes, there will be no effect on the meter if the sensor leads and the meter line voltage wires are run in thesame conduit.Q.What size wire do I use for the line voltage leads?A. These wires are normally #14 AWG, but be sure to check your local electrical codes for proper sizing.Q.What size wire do I use to extend the current sensor leads?A. These wires are normally 14-22 AWG wire, but consult your local electrical codes for proper sizing. The sensorwires do not have to be twisted, and can be extended up to 2000 feet.Q.The load I need to monitor has parallel feeds. How do I install the sensors for this application?A. There are two ways to monitor parallel feeds. The first (and easiest) way is to clamp the sensors around all feedwires for that phase; if the core supplied with your meter is not large enough, contact your local distributor andask them to order a larger core size for your meter. The second way is to clamp the sensor around one of thefeed wires. When you read the meter, the final reading must be multiplied by the number of feed wires for eachphase. For example, if you were using 6 conductors in parallel per phase, you would clamp current sensorsaround one of the conductors of each phase, take the reading from the display and multiply it by six (6) for theparallel conductors. This result would be your total kWh for the loads being monitored.Q. I have two subpanels that I would like to monitor with one meter. These subpanels are fed by differenttransformers in the building. Can I parallel sensors and monitor both panels with one meter?A. No. These panels cannot be monitored by one meter because they are from different power sources. Whenyou parallel current sensors, all loads being monitored must be from the same voltage source.Q. I have 5 breakers in one subpanel I would like to monitor with one meter. Can this be done withouthaving to parallel current sensors?A. Yes. Simply run all the breaker wires through one set of current sensors. Make sure all A-phase circuits arethrough the A-phase sensor, and the same for phases B and C. The meter should be sized by the highestamount of current being monitored by one sensor.Q. I've gone through the troubleshooting guide and I still can't get my meter to work. What should I do?A. Contact E-Mon's technical department at (800) 334-3666 before removing the meter. E-Mon'stechnical department will help you do detailed troubleshooting of the meter installation in the field and assistyou in getting the meter up and running without you having to remove and return the meter.Q. How accurate are the E-Mon D-Mon meters?A. E-Mon D-Mon meters are certified to ANSI C12.1 metering standards. (+/-1% from 1-100% of the rated load.)Q.What are the plugs inside the meter used for?A. The plugs inside the meter are used to interface E-Mon D-Mon meters with several available options, includingpulse output, D/A output, high-resolution displays and Automatic Meter Reading systems.Q. How do I find the cost for kWh to bill my tenants?A. Your local utility electric bill should list the cost per kWh; if it does not, give your utility company a call and askthem the cost per kWh.Q. I have an existing meter that I would like to interface with my energy management system.Can I field install the pulse output option into the E-Mon D-Mon meter?A. Yes. Simply contact your local distributor and order the Pulser option.


Technical SpecificationsOrdering Information:Simply state voltage, current rating and anyoptions required:EXAMPLE:VOLTAGECURRENT RATINGDEMAND OPTIONPULSE OUTPUT OPTION208 200 D P = E-Mon D-Mon ® ModelNo. 208200DPVoltage InputConfiguration: 2-wire, 3-wire and 4-wireThis covers all secondary voltage supplies:single-phase, split secondary and three-phase, bothgrounded and ungrounded.Voltage Input: Up to 600 volts rms AC availableCurrent Input: Up to 3200 amps rms AC availablePower Factor: 0.5 leading or laggingFrequency: 50 Hz to 60 HzAccuracy: Certified to ANSI C12.16Voltage Operating Range:Temperature Range:Voltage Overload:Current Overload:+/- 25% of rated voltage-20 degrees C to +50 degrees C+25% continuously; +100% for 20 cyclesCan be overloaded 100% without damaging meterDisplay: Fully electronic 8-digit display. Manual reset to zero.Standard Ranges:120/240 volts; 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 or 3200 amps115/208 volts; 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 or 3200 amps277/480 volts; 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 or 3200 ampsOther voltages available as optionsHigh-Voltage Metering: Contact E-Mon's technical department for 2300 V,4160 V and higher voltage applications:Toll-free - (800) 334-3666.2000-INST-6/06


PARALLEL CURRENT SENSOR RULESEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®** READ THIS FIRST **E-Mon D-Mon ® meters provide extreme flexibility by allowing multiple SETS of current sensors to be used inparallel so multiple loads can be read by one meter. This feature allows a cumulative display for two or moreloads.Please note: The following rules must be followed so that the parallel hookup provides the correct information.1. Current sensors must be installed in complete sets of three (3) when used for paralleling. This isnecessary even when paralleling poly- with single-phase sources.2. All parallel current sensors must be of the same rating (e.g., all 100 amp or all 400 amp, etc.). The ratingwill be determined by the current rating of the meter. A 200 amp meter, for example, would use extra setsof 200 amp current sensors for paralleling.3. The reading on the meter display is affected by the paralleling of the current sensors. When using parallelsets of current sensors, the meter and pulser (if used) must be multiplied by the number of sets of currentsensors to provide the correct reading.Example: Meter with 2 sets of current sensors......multiply by 2Example: Meter with 3 sets of current sensors......multiply by 3How to size the meter when paralleling current sensors:1. Choose the meter type you require for your application (kWh, kWh/demand, etc.).2. Specify the voltage of the loads being monitored. (NOTE: ALL loads being monitored by one metermust be from the same voltage source.)3. Size the meter by the highest amperage load going through one set of sensors. This will designate theamperage of the meter, as well as all current sensors installed with this meter.Example:Readings required: kWhLoad Voltage: 480VLoad Amperages: 60A, 40A, 80AHighest load being monitored by ONE set of current sensors is 80 ampsMeter required: Model 480100 KIT with (2) S100CS (additional sets of current sensors)If you have any questions concerning the paralleling of current sensors, please contact E-Mon,toll-free, at (800) 334-3666.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


PARALLEL CURRENT SENSORINSTALLATION DIAGRAMEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Meter T erminal BlockLine V oltage Current SensorsØ A Ø B Ø CØ A Ø B Ø C N W B W B W BØA ØB ØCCurrentSensor LeadsØ AØ BØ CØBBlack & WhiteCurrent Sensor LeadsØCPhaseA B CØAE-MON D-MON ® METERBlack & WhiteCurrent Sensor LeadsØBØCPhaseA B CØAØA ØB ØCBlack & WhiteCurrent Sensor LeadsØCPhaseA B CØBNOTE: Don't forget to multiplyby the number of sets of currentsensors in parallel.(3 sets are shown in this illustration.)ØA®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


HIGH-VOLTAGEINSTALLATION OVERVIEWEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®The E-Mon D-Mon ® meter(s) can be readily used in high-voltage applications by installing the unitas shown in the high-voltage wiring diagram. High-voltage PTs and CTs must already be installedin the circuit (supplied by others).The meter applicable for high-voltage installation is a model 12025HV Kit or 12025HVD Kit (factorymodified for high-voltage applications.)Follow the E-Mon D-Mon meter installation instructions except for the following:The current sensor inputs for Phase B are not used, and should be jumpered out bya short piece of wire, as shown in the high-voltage wiring diagram.kWh = meter display x PT ratio x CT ratio x meter multiplier (if any)Example: PT ratio @ 4200:120 (35:1)CT ratio @ 100:5 (20:1)Meter multiplier 1Final multiplier: PT CT Meter kWh35 x 20 x 1 = 700®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


HIGH-VOLTAGEINSTALLATION DIAGRAMEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®High Voltage (4160V, 13.2kV, etc.)High-Voltage CTXXX:5AABCP.T.H.V.12025A Current Sensor25A Current SensorWhiteBlackJumperWhiteBlackø A ø B ø C N W B W B W Bø A ø B ø CLINE VOLTAGECURRENT SENSOR®(800) 334-3666tel. 866.944.4868- www.emon.com• www.huntpower.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


Section 7E-Mon EnergySoftware SystemSECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 SECTION 6 SECTION 7 SECTION 8 SECTION 9 SECTION 10


®Single-Phase MetersThree-Phase MetersE-Mon Energy SoftwareAccurate and timely snapshots of your facility’s energy use are essential tosupport energy management initiatives. With E-Mon Energy, you can combineall of your utility service data — including electricity, gas, water and steam —into a single location to see how, when and where your facility is using energy.Plus, E-Mon Energy is the first integrated energy intelligence software that allowsyou to go beyond simple identification of energy use. Now you can allocateutility costs based on actual use by departments, cost centers and tenants.You can even create utility bills for those users.Advanced MetersInterval Data RecordersAccessoriesSoftwareKey BenefitsAccurate Energy DataConsolidate -Monitor all of your utilities, including electricity,gas, water and steam, with a single softwarepackage.Identify -Evaluate -Allocate -Pinpoint exactly how, when and where energy isused within your facility.Find out if your facility is functioning at peakperformance and identify inefficiencies quickly.Divide utility costs based on actual energy use.Avoid estimations and collect accurate backuprecords.Key FeaturesMonitor individual pieces of equipment, specific tenantsor departments, common areas and entire buildings.Create load profiles and charts of energy usage data.Near real-time energydata based on actual use.Generate utility bills for tenants and departments.Versatile communication options integrate with yourexisting infrastructure to avoid costly rewiring.E-MonD-Mon®For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.com


®E-Mon Energy SoftwareChart Energy Use• Monitor all utility services, including electricity, gas, water and steam.• Identify poor performers by benchmarking energy levels at multiple facilities.• Determine specific processes that are not energy-efficient.• Assess and chart power quality parameters.• Evaluate, in near real-time, the impact of critical load-shedding activities.• Compare energy usage by day, week, month or year.• Schedule energy data collections to occur automatically.Cost Allocation by Department or Tenant• Generate a single, integrated bill for all utility services.• Prove bill accuracy with historical energy use records.• Allocate energy costs based on tenants’ actual energy usage.• Create a virtual meter for common areas to spread these costs across all tenants pro rata.• Expand bills to include power factor, an increasingly common utility penalty determinant.• Support virtually any billing cycle.• Manage tenant bills with pre-set start/stop dates, based on lease move-in, move-out schedules.• Select from more than 80 utility rate tables for your customizable regional billing template.Versatile Energy Systems• View all meter data from a centralized location.• Leverage your existing Ethernet communication infrastructure for use with E-Mon Energy.• Interface with Class 4100 wireless meters to avoid costly communication cabling.• Interface with existing energy management or building automation systems.• Identify billing errors and substantiate claims for credit.• Reduce energy consumption.• Measure and verify energy-saving measures.• Export data to spreadsheets and presentations.• Supports RS485-to-RS232 and USB connectivity.For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.comE-MonD-Mon®


E-Mon ENERGY TM SOFTWAREEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®E-Mon Energy software is an energy-monitoring system that allows users to read and monitor energyconsumption easily and effectively via on-site or off-site non-dedicated computers. The software allowsthe user to generate graphs and profiles of usage for demand analysis and usage reduction. E-Mon Energywill also generate itemized tenant electrical bills for tenant allocation, departmental allocation, andusage verification. Communication options include Telephone, Ethernet, Internet and Wireless.FeaturesE-Mon Energy software operates with computersrunning Windows 2000 or XP.Graphic profiling provides analytical charts and graphswith demand profiling for 5-, 15-, 30- or 60-minutesampling rates.Generate and print itemized electric bills (usingcoincidental peak demand date and time). Software willgenerate bills from user-specific time periods via profiledata (you need not be present to generate meter readings).Reads up to 8 time periods, 8 schedules (for differentseasons), and 4 seasons for TOU monitoring and supportsmultiple holidays for TOU.Reads E-Mon D-Mon ® meters, either on-site or off-site, viamodem (cellular or telephone), Ethernet or a directlyconnected computer.Optional wireless metering option allows users to remotelyread Class 4100 E-Mon D-Mon meters via Internet, Ethernetor telephone communication.Reads all E-Mon D-Mon meters via IDRs and Class 3000meters directly. Can also read gas, water, BTU and steamfor billing purposes and graphical displays of usage.Exports data to spreadsheets for analysis (*.csv files).Exports data to MV-90 system (*.hhf files).Optional modems can be used with E-Mon Energyallowing meters to be read anywhere in theworld where telephone or cellular service is available.Model NumbersEMONENERGYSW (Software)WRSOFT (Wireless Option for Software)IDR-8 (1-8 Meter IDR)IDR-16 (1-16 Meter IDR)RS232K (E-Mon Energy Key)USBK (USB Key)EKM-T (Telephone Key/Modem)EKM-E (Ethernet Key/Modem)Meter reading and billing services are available forboth E-Mon D-Mon and utility-type meters.E-Mon Energy software package includesRS-232K Key (RS-485 to RS-232 converter).®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


E-MON ENERGY TMENGINEERING SPECIFICATIONSSystem Overview SpecificationsEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®System shall be capable of reading E-Mon D-Mon® Class 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 (via IDR) and 4100 meters(via wireless gateway) through a PC.System shall be capable of reading utility type meters such as gas, water, electric or BTU equipped with a pulseoutput.System shall consist of IDR (Interval Data Recorders) and E-Mon Energy software for Windows 2000and XP with software key. System shall utilize RS-232/485 communications and will operate at a baud rate of up to 19,200 BPS.IDR SpecificationsIDR Interval data recorder shall be independently capable of reading eight (8) or sixteen (16) E-Mon D-Mon metersand storing data for up to 36 days, until downloaded into computer. IDR maintains the last 36 days of data.RS485 communication capability supports up to 52 Class 3000 meters or IDRs (IDR-16 counts as two units) via4-conductor cable (up to 4,000 feet total 24-26 AWG) per key imput port. Key supports up to three (3) inputs.Cabling can either be “daisy chain” or “star” configuration thereof. 14.4K baud modem optionally available.IDR interval data recorder shall be capable of reading utility type meters such as gas, water, electric or BTUequipped with a pulse output (Model IDR-ST.)IDR shall not require a separate power source when used with E-Mon D-Mon meter(s) as source(s) of operatingpower. Meter powering IDR must be located within 100 cable feet of IDR, all others within 500 feet. IDR shall contain a backup power system to maintain memory in case of a power failure. IDR shall be MV-90 compatible (Specify when ordering.)E-Mon Energy Software SpecificationsE-Mon Energy software shall operate with a PC with the following minimum specifications:- CD-Rom Drive - 200 MB hard drive space available- (1) RS-232 Serial port - Microsoft Windows 2000/XPE-Mon Energy software shall provide for reading kilowatt hours and demand from the IDR or wirelessgateway connected to E-Mon D-Mon meters and provide this information for analysis and/or billing.E-Mon Energy software shall be capable of reading “real-time” data from Class 3000 meters (kW, kVAR,kVa, Amps, Volts, Power Factor and Frequency.) E-Mon Energy software shall be capable of printing out electric bills and usage information.E-Mon Energy software shall have graphic capabilities (profile) to provide analytical charts and graphs,with demand profiling for 5-, 15-, 30- or 60-minute sampling rates. E-Mon Energy software shall provide file export to spreadsheets for specialized applications. E-Mon Energy software shall read for gas, water and other meter types with pulse output. E-Mon Energy software shall be capable of supporting 1,000 locations. E-Mon Energy software shall be capable of exporting MV-90 (hhf) files.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


®Single-Phase MetersIDR (Interval Data Recorder)E-Mon’s IDR collects and stores meter data in time-stamped intervals forlater download. Whereas a meter, such as an E-Mon D-Mon ® submeter,continuously reads energy usage as it occurs, an IDR collects and stores meterinformation at specified time periods, allowing for profiling of meter data andmore detailed comparative analysis or billing.Three-Phase MetersAdvanced MetersInterval Data RecordersAccessoriesSoftwareThe IDR collects kWh (energy) and kW (demand) information from meters in5, 15, 30 or 60-minute interval periods. Data can be collected from up to8 or 16 separate meters/channels of information. Up to 36 days of 15-minuteinterval data can be stored in onboard memory. The IDR can be remotelyaccessed by telephone, Ethernet, ModBus or the Internet using eitherE-Mon Energy software or MV-90 to acquire stored interval meter data. Reliable ChoicesKey BenefitsFlexible -Convenient -Versatile -Reads water, gas and electric meters providing apulse output, plus or E-Mon D-Mon ® submeters.Reads and records data from up to 8 or 16meters.Interfaces with a variety of energy solutionsincluding E-Mon Energy software.Relied on for accurate datafor over 25 years.Key FeaturesIdeal for both new and retrofitted facilities.Communication options include telephone, Ethernet,ModBus and RS-485.Reads kWh and kW in 5, 15, 30 or 60-minute periods.E-MonD-Mon®For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.com


®IDR (Interval Data Recorder)Benefits• Easy and affordable installation virtually anywhere, including both new andretrofitted facilities.• Retains data in the event of power failure.• Reads and records data from up to 8 or 16 meters.• Capable of providing “run-time” information.• Accepts kW and kVar pulses for power factor data.• IDRs can be “daisy-chained” for large installations with multiple meteringpoints.Features• Record data from water, gas and electric meters providing a pulse output, plus E-Mon D-Mon ® submeters.• Interfaces with E-Mon Energy software for tenant billing, cost allocation and graphing of energy usage.Specifications• Available as stand-alone or MMU configuration.• Internal data storage - 36 days of 15-minute intervals. Maintains last 36 days of data.• Selectable baud rate up to 19200 bps.• External meter input (water, gas, BTU, etc.)• Reads meters individually or in groups.• Industrial grade JIC (Joint Industrial Council) steel enclosure with padlocking hasp and mounting flangesfor indoor installation.• RS-485 communications allow up to 4,000 feet of cabling to be used for “daisy-chaining” multiple IDRs.• Available with RJ-45 modular jacks (for use with E-Mon D-Mon meters) or “two-screw” terminals (foruse with other meters.)For more information, contact us toll-free at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com.© 2007 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(6/07)www.emon.comE-MonD-Mon®


IDR (INTERVAL DATA RECORDER)Energy Monitoring Products & Systems®FeaturesReads & records up to 8 or 16 meters.External meter input (water, gas, BTU, etc.)available with IDR-ST models.RS-485 communications capability supports up to52 Class 3000 meters or IDRs via 4-conductor cable(up to 4000 feet total 24-26 AWG). Cabling canbe either "daisy chain" or "star" configuration orany combination thereof.- 14.4K baud modem (optional)Internal data storage - 36 days of 15-minuteintervals. Maintains last 36 days of data.Dim: 9 1/2" H x 6 3/4" W x 3 3/4" DSelectable baud rate up to 19200 bps.Standard IDRs do not require a separate powersource (power supplied by E-Mon D-Mon meters.)IDR-ST models require a separate 120V powersource (included with IDR-ST models.)Maintains data in case of power failure.Industrial-grade JIC steel enclosure withpadlocking hasp and mounting flanges.Three 1 1/16" KO (3/4" cond.) on bottomof enclosure.IDR data accumulators can be mountedinside MMU cabinets and shipped from thefactory in one complete package.Model NumbersIDR-8 (Up to 8 meters)IDR-16 (Up to 16 meters)*For optional screw terminals in place of RJ jacksadd suffix ST to the model n umber .Example: IDR-8-STBuilt-In Comm unication OptionsT elephone Modem (Suffix M)ModB us Comm unication (Suffix R TU)Available in configurations for 1-8 meters or1-16 meters.External meter input (water, gas, BTU, etc.)Reads kWh (kilowatt-hours) and reads kW (Demand)in 15, 30 or 60-minute kW periods.Read meters individually or in groups.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


E -Mon ENERGY TMSYSTEM CONFIGURATIONOn-Site MonitoringEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Up to 4000 Feet TotalUp to 8 MetersChannel ARS-232 Serial PortCOM1 or COM2Up to 52IDR-8sor Class3000 meters~Up to 8 MetersIBM PC/XT/ATor Compatible6' cable provided byHunt Power (25 ft max.)RS-232 orTelephone Key*AC AdapterChannel BUp to 52IDR-8sor Class3000 metersChannel CCabling InformationE-Mon supplies meter to IDR cables in lengths of 7 feet.If longer cable is required, the following cables are recommended:IDR to Meter #1 - Supplied by E-MonIDR to Meter #2-#8 - 6-conductor Suttle Apparatus part#SE466S-6 or equivalentCommunication Cable - (IDR to IDR, Class 3000 to Class 3000,IDR to Key) 4-conductor up to4000 feet 24-26 AWG per channelUp to 4000 Feet TotalUp to 52IDR-8sor Class3000 meters~Off-Site MonitoringUp to 8 MetersUp to 4000 Feet TotalIBM PC/XT/ATor CompatibleChannel AUp to 52IDR-8sor Class3000 meters~Up to 8 MetersRS-232 Serial PortCOM1 or COM2LocalModem~TelephoneLinkRS-232 ModemorTelephone KeyKey*AC AdapterChannel BUp to 52IDR-8sor Class3000 metersChannel CCabling InformationE-Mon supplies meter to IDR cables in lengths of 7 feet.If longer cable is required, the following cables are recommended:IDR to Meter #1 - Supplied by E-MonIDR to Meter #2-#8 - 6-conductor Suttle Apparatus part#SE466S-6 or equivalentCommunication Cable - (IDR to IDR, Class 3000 to Class 3000,IDR to Key) 4-conductor up to4000 feet 24-26 AWG per channelUp to 4000 Feet TotalUp to 52IDR-8sor Class3000 meters~®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


E-MON ENERGY TMCABLING SPECIFICATIONSEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®METER TO IDRIDR8-CONDUCTOR100' MAX6-CONDUCTOR500' MAXMETER #1METER #2-8Eight-conductor =Suttle ApparatusSE-466S-8 orequivalentSix-conductor =Suttle ApparatusSE-466S-6 orequivalentIDR DAISY CHAINUP TO 52IDRS PER BRANCH4-CONDUCTOR4000' MAX PER BRANCHAFour-conductor =Suttle ApparatusSE-466S orequivalentBCKEYRS232 Cable6’ Supplied25’ Max DistanceHardware Supported = 52 IDRs x 3 Branches x 8 Meters per IDR (for a total of 1248 meters per key)CURRENT SENSORSMETERMAXIMUMDISTANCEMINIMUMGAUGEkWh/Demand2000 Feet AWG #22EXTENSION{Class 3000Series500 Feet AWG #22®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


E-MON ENERGY TMCOMMUNICATION OPTIONSRS232K - Additional RS-232 KeyEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Connects AMR system to host computer for reading meters with the RightEnergy software program.- Converts RS-485 to RS-232 for input into computer serial port.- Three (3) RS-485 inputs (RJ-11 modular jack) from AMR system.- 4000-foot RS-485 cable maximum at each RS-485 input.- Supports up to 52 IDR units (416 meters) or Class 3000 units in any configuration perchannel (3 channels.)- Up to 19200 baud.- AC adapter included.EKM-T - External Key with Modem for Telephone AccessConnects AMR system to host computer with modem for reading meters with the RightEnergysoftware program.- Converts RS-485 to RS-232 for input into computer serial port.- Three (3) RS-485 inputs (RJ-11 modular jack) from AMR system.- 4000-foot RS-485 cable maximum at each RS-485 input.- Supports up to 52 IDR units (416 meters) or Class 3000 units in any configuration perchannel (3 channels.)- Up to 19200 baud.- Includes built-in telephone modem for easy connection to a telephone line.- AC adapter included.EKM-E - External Key with Modem for Ethernet AccessConnects AMR system to host computer with Ethernet card for reading meters with the RightEnergysoftware program.- Converts RS-485 (meter) to 10Mbps Ethernet for connection to an Ethernet network.- AC adapter included.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 9/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


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JANUARY 2005THE MAGAZINEBuilding knowledge and solutions to increase workplace performance.IN THIS ISSUENYC CouncilCommittee MullsModel CodeAdoptionPage 7The ChangingTelecom Landscapein CanadaPage 9Taking MaintenancePersonally in OfficeBuilding RestroomsPage 10New Regulationsto Affect Cleaningand MaintenanceProductsPage 15Controlling Business Costs withEnergy IntelligenceBy Jim WilliamsFor commercial property owners and managers,much of their operating budgets are tied to energyuse. In fact, energy accounts for 25 to 35 percent ofbuilding operating costs, making it among the largestoperating expenses for a commercial office building.Although it was once considered a fixed cost, energyuse is quickly becoming a top management concern,as building owners and managers begin to discoveropportunities to control costs and improve the bottomline without jeopardizing tenant satisfaction.When energy is managed efficiently, facility managerscan allocate costs, drive energy conservation, andreduce operational expenses. By developing a detailedunderstanding of how, when, and where energy isbeing used, facility managers can negotiate betterenergy rates and evaluate potential investments innew capital equipment, energy conservationequipment, and energy-efficient infrastructure.Advanced metering systems, which combine meteringhardware either with energy intelligence software orWeb-based access to the energy data, are key todeveloping a comprehensive energy managementstrategy for lower operating costs.Cost-Saving OpportunitiesOne of the primary cost-saving measures in anadvanced metering system is the ability to bill tenantsfor their actual energy use. U.S. Department of Energystudies have found a 15 to 20 percent reduction inenergy use when a space is being metered,demonstrating that tenants are proactive inconserving energy when they know they must pay fortheir actual use. Advanced metering enables moreaccurate tenant billing, which in turn allows buildingowners and managers to recover the true cost ofenergy. With the onset of deregulation, buildingowners have experienced significant fluctuations inrates and mostly upward pressures. Without advancedmetering, managers must rely on the fixed energy costallocation detailed in a tenant lease, which preventsbuildings from recovering rising electrical costs.Additionally, properties with these systems can moreaccurately measure and recover common area energyusage, further increasing cash flow by shifting trueenergy costs to tenants.An advanced metering system also can help identifyspecific processes and equipment that are not energyefficient.Once these inefficiencies have beenidentified, managers can prioritize new capitalequipment and infrastructure investments, directingresources to the areas that offer the largest return oninvestment. The savings from initial improvementscan then be reinvested to address other inefficiencies.Once investments have been made, the system can beused to verify effectiveness of performance contractspromising energy efficiency. Additionally, advancedcontinued on page 3


Controlling Business Costs withEnergy Intelligence continued from page 1metering helps alert building managers to potentialequipment maintenance problems and thus helpsreduce associated excess expense and downtime.Another potential cost-saving opportunity associatedwith advanced metering and a comprehensive energyintelligence system is participation in utilities’ regionaldemand response programs. These programs frequentlyprovide rebates to properties that reduce high-energyloads during peak regional demand periods. Advancedmetering allows property managers to compare actualon-site energy load reductions with a predeterminedbaseline to ensure compliance with the demandresponse program. Advanced meters can be used toidentify the loads driving peak demands. Managementcan then evaluate which loads can be shifted orreduced with negligible impact to building operations,thus allowing demand response program participationwhile minimizing impact on tenant comfort.In favorable regulatory environments, energyintelligence is critical for building owners and managerswho want to negotiate more competitive utility rates.Some property managers can aggregate their energyloads across multiple properties to make themselvesmore attractive to the utilities during thesenegotiations. In addition to enabling managers toreduce energy costs, an advanced metering system alsohelps them avoid what are known as “peak demandcharges” by reducing the rate at which energy is beingused. Peak demand charges, often overlooked, can bevery costly to a property if they are not minimized.Other Energy Management BenefitsBeyond helping property owners and managers controlenergy operating expenses, an energy intelligencesystem can provide other competitive advantages. Forexample, an advanced metering system can assistmanagers in attracting marquee tenants and buildinglong-term relationships with existing tenants byfacilitating value-added services. For an older building,these services can be critical in helping the buildingcompete with newer buildings. Energy intelligencesystems also help attract and maintain tenants byenabling building managers to provide those tenantswith periodic or instant access to their energy data,which can help tenants themselves achieve greateroperational efficiencies. Lastly, an advanced meteringsystem allows property managers to market a buildingas individually metered and, because the projectedcost of energy does not have to be factored into leaserates, managers can offer lower lease rates than nonmeteredbuildings.Getting StartedEnergy needs differ dramatically depending on the type,size, and age of any particular property. Because ofthese variances, it is important to select an advancedmetering system vendor who understands the uniqueenergy usage needs and challenges of a particular typeof facility. An experienced provider will be able todesign a comprehensive and flexible advanced meteringprogram that ensures success of the overall energyusagestrategy and cost-savings plan. A well-designedadvanced metering system will encompass aspects ofcost reduction, cost allocation, and energy conservation(including electricity, gas, and water resources, asappropriate), while at the same time allowing for futuresystem modifications as energy needs grow and change.Key components of a comprehensive advancedmetering system include:• Utility data recorders, which track the totalload within an enterprise to benchmark energyusage patterns and to uncover “out-of-toleranceenergy use.”• Advanced meters, which measure actual energy usebehind the main utility meter and are critical toproactively managing energy costs and determiningthe drivers of excess use.• Energy intelligence software, which makesinformation available in a timely manner toindividuals across the enterprise. Data can becommunicated through dial-up, cellular, Ethernet, andInternet connections and enables decision makers tomanage both energy usage and cost overruns.• A building management system, which allowsmanagers to initiate load-shedding strategiesbased on information they glean from advancedmetering technology.Jim Williams is national accounts manager for Hunt Power,L.P. He can be reached at (800) 334-3666 andjwilliams@emon.com.BOMA.org • Jan. 20053“Advancedmeteringenables moreaccuratetenant billing,which inturn allowsbuildingowners andmanagers torecover thetrue costof energy.”


Five Tips for Reducing Energy Usage and Increasing Resident SatisfactionBy Ken Gill, Regional Sales ManagerHunt Power L.P.With electricity and water costs soaring,property managers today areseverely challenged. They must reduceconsumption or pass the rising costsonto residents, affecting their overallbottom line and competitive edge inthe market.The good news is there are ways toboth reduce consumption and costs. Themore you know about your energyusage, the more you can adjust, resultingin cost and energy savings.The Department of Energy’s (DOE)Office of Energy Efficiency and RenewableEnergy (EERE) has calculatedaverage percentages for energy usage atmultifamily residential buildings [seegraph]. This breakdown gives managersa good starting point for targetingenergy efficiency.Energy Usage at M-H Props.1% DishwashersSpace CoolingRefrigerators6% 5%23%Appliances33%SpaceHeating34%Water HeatingSource: Department of EnergyBelow are some tips for reducingenergy usage in all these areas in yourcommunities. While these solutionsrequire commitments from communityowners and staff, the savings are realand substantial.1. Commit to an Energy AuditAn energy audit, or a detailed walkthroughby energy management professionals,is a good source for evaluatingpotential energy-conservation measuresand identifying areas of inefficiencies.Similar to a doctor performing a CTscan on people to determine what’swrong, an energy audit can help youidentify places where energy is escapingor identify processes that are causingequipment to work overtime. The walkthroughcan be done apartment byapartment, throughout the entire facilityor in your common areas and office.During an audit, the energy-managementprofessional might identify airleaks, ensure insulation is effective,inspect heating and cooling equipmentand recommend lighting alternatives.Be sure to find reputable energy-managementprofessionals with references.Request a cost/benefit analysis fromthem and an estimated date for yourreturn on investment for each recommendationthey make.2. Look into Lighting RetrofitsWhile lighting isn’t listed separately onthe DOE’s EERE chart, it can be a significantportion of the electricity bill. Yourenergy-management professional canprovide you with the long-term benefitsand possible cost savings. Consider thefollowing example:A 12-floor, high-end condominium inPhoenix replaced hundreds of 60-wattincandescent bulbs in common areaswith more efficient florescent bulbs.They saved energy and money on lighting,and the update also helped reducethe building’s air-conditioning costsbecause the fluorescent bulbs burn cooler,so less energy is required to cool thecommon areas.After replacing the bulbs, managersstaggered the timing of the lights toreduce the amount of load placed on theelectrical system at one time. In a twodayperiod over the summer, daily energyusage dropped from 225 kWh to 135kWh. Costs also dropped dramaticallyfrom $1,000 per month to about $400.For some facilities, replacing old fluorescentlighting with new energy-savingflorescent bulbs will be key to cost savings.Another option is occupancy sensors,which are designed to shut off ordim the lights when the room or hallwayis unoccupied after a programmableperiod of time, typically five to 15 minutes.It may take some time for tenantsto get used to, but if you communicatethe benefits of the program and canshow them the cost savings, their reservationsare usually eliminated.Recommending their own lightingretrofits to your tenants is another wayto get them involved.Compact fluorescent lamps useroughly 75 percent less energy thanincandescent bulbs and last 10 times aslong. According to TXU Energy inTexas, a 23-watt compact fluorescentlamp used in place of a 90-watt incandescentbulb will produce the sameamount of light and save 670 kWh overits lifetime. This amounts to roughly $58in savings, at average national electricityprices, from the purchase of a $15 bulb.If your tenants pay their own electricbill, they’ll appreciate the tip. If yourcommunity pays electricity as an addon,be sure to install florescent bulbsin the permanent-light fixtures.3. Emphasize SubmeteringIf you’re in a state that allows it, submeteringallows managers and tenantsto track the individual energy usage foreach apartment.The best explanation with tenants forwhy you’re submetering is that it representsa fair allocation of the building’selectricity costs among its residents. Themeters install without power interruption,and tenants are only responsible forthe electricity they use, not what theirneighbors do. They also have better control—themore they conserve, the lessthey pay.According to the New York State EnergyResearch and Development Authority(NYSERDA), a public-benefit corporationwhich administers the New YorkEnergy $mart program, installing submeterscan reduce building-wide electricityconsumption by 18 to 26 percent. Todate, NYSERDA has helped submeter 520buildings (43,500 units). The estimated,net-energy-cost reduction is calculated tobe worth over $4.6 million per year.For communities that already havesubmetering in place, look into energymanagementservices that can help trulyutilize the metering. At the PhoenixREPRINTED FROM MULTI-HOUSING NEWS APRIL 2005


property mentioned above, facility managersprefer to monitor energy consumptionon a daily basis and at amoment’s notice.The process initially was time consumingand inefficient because managerswere required to manually read metersand create accurate energy bills for tenants,manually entering data.So an enterprise-energy-managementsystem, which fed all information into acomputer-based tracking and billingsoftware program, was installed. Managerssaw how much energy was beingconsumed on the property, and opportunitiesfor conservation and cost savingswere identified.4. Over-Communicate withTenantsDon’t just reserve conservationinformation for your welcome packet.Create a list for your tenants on howthey can save energy and money.Launch a conservation campaign bymaking energy savings a monthly topicin your newsletter and postingappropriate signage in common areas.Have one number for all maintenancerequests, and let tenants knowthat fixing problems quickly can savethem money. This also helps withexacerbated maintenance problems.Communicate with tenants regardingwhat you’ll be doing for them toimprove the energy efficiencies of theirunits, such as caulking and weathersealing. Offer seasonal tips for them toconserve energy and plan yourimprovements around these seasons aspart of your conservation campaign. Ifyou have decided to install submetering,inform your tenants in writingabout the benefits.5. Research Rebates and RehabsUtilities often can provide you withdetailed information on energy-efficiencyimprovements that qualify forrebates. When you ready a unit for leasing,research the costs of updating itwith energy-efficient equipment. Newappliances, updated cooling and heatingsystems and energy-efficient windowsand lighting can save serious money.For example, old refrigerators andfreezers use two-to-three timesas much electricity as new, energyefficientmodels.In Sum: Significant SavingsThe overall benefits of energy-efficientimprovements are numerous and noticeableand include lower operating costs;decreased turnover rates; increased occupancyrates; increases in the community’smarket value; and rebates up to $100,000and/or utility savings ranging from 10 to40 percent.For more information from EEREon designing, constructing, and renovatingmultifamily buildings, visit:http://www.eere.energy.gov/buildings/info/multifamily/design.html.More tips for an energy-efficientapartment can be found at http://www.eere.energy.gov/consumerinfo/factsheets/ec1.html.■Ken Gill is a regional sales manager forHunt Power L.P. Visit: www.huntpower.com.REPRINTED FROM MULTI-HOUSING NEWS APRIL 2005


EMS SystemsE-Mon Metering IntegrationE-Mon D-Mon ®Metering Products & SystemsEast Stroudsburg University-East Stroudsburg, PAApplication: Departmental AllocationEast Stroudsburg university realized that E-Mon D-Mon KWH meters, when combined withtheir Landis & Gyr energy management system via the E-Mon pulser, could provide them withthe energy information they required to accurately bill departments in their facility.E-Mon D-Mon meters with pulsers were installed in each of the campus buildings andinterfaced with their existing EMS system that allowed them to not only monitor the electricalconsumption of each building, but provides a signal that allows them to utilize their EMScapabilities to shut down equipment as necessary to help reduce their electrical costs.North Hills Office Complex - Raleigh, NCApplication: Tenant AllocationNorth Hills Office Complex, home to several high-tech companies such as IBM, utilizesE-Mon D-Mon meters and pulsers with their Johnson Controls and Metasys systems toaccurately allocate energy costs to tenants in their complex.Rather than installing utility meters on each of their tenant’s suites, North Hills found that byinterfacing E-Mon D-Mon meters equipped with pulsers with their existing energy managementsystems, they could easily monitor and bill each tenant for their actual energy usage withoutthe costly addition of adding separate utility services for each tenant. Not only are theinstallation costs lower with E-Mon D-Mon meters, but the meters are flexible and can bechanged as the tenant configuration changes.Pittsburgh International Airport - Pittsburgh, PAApplication: Estimation Vs. Actual Usage AllocationThe Greater Pittsburgh International Airport specified E-Mon D-Mon meters at every airlineboarding gate in their terminals. This allows each airline to be billed precisely for every flight’senergy use. Airlines can now see for themselves how much energy they are using and feelconfident that their electrical bills are accurate. This also lets the airlines see how their usepatternimpacts their demand.E-Mon D-Mon meters are providing more than on-the-spot readouts of usage and demand.Because of their digital nature, they are able to imput their readings into the airport’s Honeywellenergy management/fire alarm sub-system. This system oversees the total airport’s energysupply and consumption. In essesnce, the submeters serve as sensors for that system allowingmanagement to reclaim a major part of the “unknown” energy that used to simply disappear.Both the airlines and the facility managers are more comfortable when they pinpoint a costand account for it precisely.tel. 800.334.3666 • www.emon.comE-Mon ®Effective Date 7/1/2006


SUBMETERINGGuide to Submetering SolutionsBecoming your customer’s energy expert is the key to buildingmutually beneficial long-term relationships.By Joe Polaski, Hunt PowerIn BriefContractors can guide theircustomers to solutions thatwill save them money, time &energy-related headaches.Related Products:Submeters; Energy IntelligenceSoftware.Fifty submeters installed in two multi-meter unit (MMU) cabinets.Compact installation uses approximately 30 x 48 inches of wallspace.Contractors often find themselves dealing withcustomers during times of minor crisis, such asa power disruption, unexplained energy spikeor equipment failure. The resulting solutionsare often hurried, short-term and expensive. Whilethese situations may seem unavoidable at the time, theycan often be detected early, saving time and money.Today’s more successful electrical contractors areseeking out opportunities to earn repeat business bysuggesting cost-effective products that help customersproactively manage energy consumption. Among thetop tools in their high-tech arsenals are submeters andenergy intelligence software.Submeters have proven themselves to be effectivetools for diagnosing and preventing problems withkey building systems. They are installed behind thetraditional glass-covered utility meter to monitor keybuilding systems and tenant usage. When combinedwith energy intelligence software, submeters provideinsight on a building’s flow and consumption of electricity.Many submeters are installed with split-corecurrent sensors to eliminate the need to shut off powerduring installation.


A customer’s specific needs with respect to submeteringare often determined by its line of work or typeof building. By understanding the customer’s needs,pain points and constraints, contractors can guidethem to solutions that will save them money, time andenergy-related headaches in the long run.Manufacturing & Industrial CustomersPlant managers at manufacturing and industrial facilitiesmight already be familiar with submetering, butthey may not realize the benefits associated with addingenergy intelligence software.Plant operators require accurate, real-time statusfeedback to evaluate the performance of pumps,compressors, heaters, chillers, conveyors and otherelectrically powered equipment. By installing energyintelligence software, managers now have insightinto deteriorating or problematic equipment when aparticular load increases more than normal. Otherbenefits for plant managers include accurate allocationof energy for product runs, production lines ofequipment or departments.For example, a manufacturing facility shared a locationwith a sister division and split the energy billbased on an estimation of energy use. The facilitywas experiencing unusually high energy costs comparedto other facilities that manufactured the sameproducts using similar equipment. Preliminary planswere made by the corporate office to shut down thefacility and move operations. Managers, in an attemptto solve the problem without having to move thebusiness elsewhere, installed submeters and energyintelligence software to track energy usage of the twodivisions and measure usage of specific equipmentand processes.After analyzing the data, managers found that thedivision paying for 60 percent of the electricity billwas using less than 41 percent of the complex’s totalenergy. The data also showed that a heat-treating processused once a week was causing a 175 kW spike inenergy usage. The division worked with the corporateaccounting department to re-allocate its percentageof the energy bill and moved its heat-treating processto a day when overall demand was not as high. Thedivision saved $2,100 per month just by correcting aCurrent sensors are seen here installed around the mains (in the topof the panel wrapped around main cables - colors are brown, orangeand yellow.) These split-core current sensors make installation quickand easy in new or retrofit installations by wrapping around load wiresbeing monitored, avoiding expensive rewiring or power interruptions.problem in its heat-treating process. As a result, thedivision reduced its energy allocation by $324,000 peryear and closure plans were cancelled.Electrical contractors can arm plant managers withvital data on energy usage, power quality and peaks,or shifts in power supply, that can help these customersaddress these power trends with their utilityprovider. Contractors should also let plant managersknow that data can be used for tracking and allocatingenergy consumption costs across departmentsand/or manufacturing lines.Look beyond the traditional tenantbuilding scenarios for opportunitiesto be your customer’s energyexpert. talk to existing and potentialcustomers about their energy costsand what it means to their business.


Multi-Tenant: Commercial & Residential FacilitiesManagers of multi-tenant facilities must keep tenantshappy while showing the property owner that buildingefficiency, occupancy rates and profitability areall in line.Without submetering, the building manager allocatesenergy costs and Common Area Management(CAM) charges, depending on the lease agreements,based on tenant use or square footage. In these situations,submeters and energy intelligence software canbe installed to monitor actual electricity consumptionby both tenants and common areas, track energy useand help facility managers analyze the data to identifyareas for cost savings.Beyond cost savings, the benefits of submeters andenergy intelligence software include accurate allocationand increased tenant satisfaction. Buildingmanagers gain the ability to allocate and recoup costsbased on actual usage versus estimation by squarefootage. This allows tenants to control their ownenergy usage and costs, and high energy users oftenfind ways to reduce energy use. Providing solutionsfor tenants to control their utility costs helps keepthem as satisfied, long-term tenants.In a Phoenix-area luxury condominium community,property managers faced the time-consuming andtedious task of manually reading their submeters andcreating accurate energy bills for residents. With energyintelligence software, they were able to see whereand how much energy was being consumed in thevarious areas of the property, including the commonareas. One area of inefficiency identified with the newsoftware resulted in managers replacing hundredsof 60-watt incandescentlight bulbs throughoutthe building’s commonareas. Overall, energyusage dropped by 90kWh per month, andcosts for these commonareas and amenitiesdropped nearly $600total per month.Electrical contractorscan arm customerswith simple explanationsand benefits for tenants. Submetering providesa fair allocation of the building’s electricity costsamong tenants who are only responsible for theelectricity they use, not their neighbors’. They alsohave better control – the more they conserve, theless they pay.Institutional & Government CustomersThe U.S. Department of Energy estimates a 20 percentsavings when a building or energy manager becomesconscious of his energy usage through a monitoringdevice such as a submeter. The savings can be attributedto the manager allocating energy costs to tenantsa well as identifying and eliminating areas of operationalinefficiency.Whether the facility is institutional, educational, orgovernment-owned, a primary concern is identifyingand allocating energy costs for various tenants.In these settings, facilities can range from housing oradministration buildings to mess halls and buildingswith outside tenants. If submeters are already monitoringtenants’ energy use, managers can utilize thisexisting equipment and install energy intelligencesoftware to identify usage patterns and pinpoint possibleinefficiencies, in addition to creating tenants’monthly bills.beyond cost savings, the benefits ofsubmeters and energy intelligencesoftware include accurate allocationand increased tenant satisfaction.


At one metropolitan university, facility managershad been estimating the electricity costs in eachtenant’s rent for more than 35 years. By installing submetersin 32 older campus dormitories, the universitywas able to allocate and bill residents directly andaccurately for the electrical services used by each unit.School administrators are expecting the submeteringtechnology to enable the student-housing departmentto recuperate its costs more efficiently. Preliminaryestimates indicate that the resulting cost savingscould equal the capital investment in the submeteringequipment in as little as three to four years.In another example, a Federal building complexin Washington, D.C. implemented submetering andenergy intelligence software, which resulted in billing$1.7 million of its energy costs to concessionoperators. These costs otherwise would have beenpaid with Federal tax dollars. Overall, 40 submetersnow measure electricity consumption in multiplebuildings. Data from these devices provides a precisemeasurement of each concession operator’s energyuse, allowing facility managers to accurately allocatecosts and save tax dollars. The submeters paid forthemselves in about three months. Plus, the buildingmanager is now relying on his concessionaries to helpwith conservation.This is a good example of the opportunities providedto electrical contractors by the new Energy Policy Act,which says that by 2012 all Federal buildings must bemetered. Contractors can help obtain data that mustbe provided at least daily; install meters that mustmeasure at least hourly consumption of electricity;and incorporate the data into existing Federal energytracking systems, which is made available to Federalfacility managers.Sales StrategiesLook beyond the traditional tenant building scenariosfor opportunities to be your customer’s energyexpert. Talk to existing and potential customersabout their energy costs and what it means to theirStand alone meters fit almost anywhere, as with this submeter installedbetween two steel conduit pipes.business. Do they have a goal of reducing usage inthe next year? What about the next five years? How iscustomer satisfaction among tenants with respect toenergy costs? What are the plans for the plant? Canthey take advantage of cost saving opportunities byupgrading obsolete electrical systems or equipment?Making customers aware of potential cost savings byperforming a few changes will help position you forthe future.In today’s energy- and cost-focused age, electricalcontractors can be more than just the people who getthe call when something goes wrong. Be an energyexpert to your customers and provide them with solutionsthat meet their long-term needs, whether it’sa single submeter or a complete energy intelligencesystem. ◗Joe Polaski is Assistant VP of Hunt Power’s Products.E-Mon, a Division of Hunt Power leads the industry withover 20 years of energy management experience inproviding energy information and related products for usewithin commercial, multi-family, industrial, governmentand educational sectors, as well as utilities, municipalities,co-ops and others. To learn more, contact E-Mon at(800) 334-3666 or visit www.emon.com/ecparticle.aspReprinted with permission from Electrical Contracting Products magazine • November 2005


MROTodayAs seen at MRO Today - www.mrotoday.comWith rising energy prices,today’s savvy facilitymanagers seek new ways toreduce energy costs withoutcompromising energy supplyneeded to keep productionlines operating smoothly andefficiently. Energy waspreviously considered a fixedcost of manufacturing aproduct, but that’s not thecase anymore.The truth is energy does not need to be a fixed cost ofdoing business, and opportunities frequently exist to increaseoperational efficiency by simply looking beyond your facility’selectric bill.Here are multiple ways you can reduce energy, save moneyand increase efficiency in your facility.1. An energy audit can identify areas of inefficiency andpotential conservation. According to the EPA, energy is thesingle largest non-human operating expense for industrialbuildings and facilities, accounting for as much as 25% to35% of operating costs. You probably already know thereare ways you can save money through energy efficiencies andconservation, but don’t know specifics and haven’t gottenstarted.First, schedule an energy audit, which is a detailedwalk-through by energy management professionals who canevaluate potential energy conservation measures (ECMs).Causes for inefficiencies can include a particular piece ofequipment, a specific process or even the utility’s power linescoming into your facility.To combat the inefficiencies and promote cost savings, theenergy management professional might recommend measuressuch as lighting retrofits, infrared scanning of heavyequipment, advanced metering or energy management systems(EMS).The energy management professional should also provide acost-benefit analysis for each, including payback guidelines.Energy ManagementWhat you need to knowBy David BovankovichFor example, the process of retrofitting a facility’s lightingsystem involves an up-front investment to purchase newer,more efficient bulbs and electrical parts. And the amountof energy saved can provide a sizable payback in a shortamount of time, anywhere from one to five years.Similarly, infrared scanning of heavy machinery, whichprovides photographic proof of hot spots that cause energydrains and unnecessary stress on moving parts, can providea similar payback. In fact, some insurance companies arestarting to require regular equipment scans. These scanscan be worthwhile as a preventative safety and cost-savingmeasure. The savings are based on lower energy costs andavoiding the frequent replacement of expensive, sometimescustom-built machinery.Another recommendation by an energy managementprofessional might be advanced metering or an EMS system,both of which are outlined in more detail below. Thesetechnologies allow manufacturers to monitor and analyzeenergy usage and take preventive measures when energyconsumption is too high.2. Power quality can extend the life of long-termequipment. Unexplained electrical issues such as breakerstripping unexpectedly, lights flickering, increases in electricalusage and frozen computers are just a few signals that afacility may have power quality problems. Simply put, theelectrical supply to your facility may be causing wastedenergy and damage to your most critical equipment.Three components of power quality are harmonics, transientsand grounding. The mosttypical byproduct ofharmonics is electricaldistortion, which affectstransformer efficiency andcan cause circuit breakers tomalfunction. The acceptedamount of distortion in atypical electrical system is5%, but facilities often runat between 7% and 9%.E-Mon D-Mon ®A HUNT POWER PRODUCT(800) 334-3666info@emon.com


As seen at MRO Todaywww.mrotoday.comHarmonics and distortion can be identified through an energyaudit by a third-party provider or a utility, in some rarecases. The solution is often installing special transformers toreduce distortion.Poor Power FactorClean Power FactorTransients typically occur when lightning strikes and tries tofind a conductor, flowing to the path of least resistance. Apower surge is a transient. Transients often seek an electricalload as an exit, meaning the worst-case scenario couldinvolve fire and injury. This is typically addressed withproper surge and spike protection at multiple levels of theoperation.The final component of power quality is having the propergrounding system or grid. Grounding prevents live currentfrom damaging equipment and causing injury to personnel.Symptoms of a grounding problem can include burnedmotors, frequent breaker tripping or a worker getting zappedon the job. Grounding is especially important incomputer/data networks where it is necessary to assure datatransmission and in preventing equipment damage.Any facility manager facing energy efficiency problems shouldprobably have the facility audited for power quality issues,especially if the manager is seeing penalties from the utilityfor having a high power factor. Power factor is essentiallyelectrical loss, meaning energy is being converted to heat andwasted. There is an acceptable amount of power factor thatcannot be avoided, but a higher power factor is generally asign of a larger power quality problem.3. The more you know about your energy usage, themore you can save. One of the first ways that you canlearn more about your daily energy usage is to installadvanced metering to monitor power usage. Utility metersare used to generate energy bills for commercial buildingsbased on the facility’s total energy usage. But with today’stechnology advancements, advanced meters are being leveragedin manufacturing facilities to analyze and manage industrialenergy usage, in addition to tracking and allocating energycosts. Their ease of installation allows the meters to beplaced on virtually any load in the building, giving increaseddata on energy use.Energy ManagementWhat you need to knowThe first advanced meters required large and bulky piecesof equipment that took up valuable space within anindustrial facility, and, until recently, a service interruptionwas required to install an advanced metering system. Formost managers, voluntarily turning off power and shuttingdown operations, even for a short while, is not an option.A service interruption results in idle workers, wasted wagesand compressed deadlines for products and services — allof which are costly propositions. Fortunately, today’sadvanced meters take up far less space and do not requirean interruption of service when installed with split-corecurrent sensors anywhere desired.By using advanced metering in conjunction with an EMS thatrecords and analyzes energy data, you are armed with vitaldata on energy usage, power quality and peaks, or shifts inpower supply, that can help you address these power trendswith your utility provider. And, the data can be used fortracking and allocating energy consumption costs acrossdepartments and manufacturing lines.4. An EMS can identify areas of inefficiency. An EMSties all of the energy usage data together. Its componentsinclude the following.• Advanced Meters —Measure actual electrical,gas and water use after themain utility meter to assistin proactively managingutility costs and determinethe drivers of excess use.• Utility Data Recorders— Track total load withina facility to benchmarkusage patterns and uncover out-of-tolerance energy use atindividual points. Will provide the most meaningful ROI foradvanced metering systems and help facilities that requireimproved energy efficiency practices.• Energy Intelligence Software — Makes information availableto individuals across the enterprise that need it in a timelyfashion. Data communicated through dial-up, cellular, Ethernetand the Internet enable decision makers to take actions,including infrastructure improvements, shifting minoroperational schedules and even implementing cost-center utilitybills, to manage both energy usage and cost overruns.Tied together, these systems provide valuable informationgleaned from metering technology. These elements are criticalfor learning when, where and how you’re using energy in yourfacility.E-Mon D-Mon ®A HUNT POWER PRODUCT(800) 334-3666info@emon.com


As seen at MRO Todaywww.mrotoday.comBy analyzing the data, you might find out that a piece ofequipment that is supposed to be shut down at the end ofthe shift is not being shut down. Or, you might learn toomuch of your equipment is running at one particular period.To save money, you may simply need to stagger when theequipment runs.Following are two real-world case studies where facilitymanagers used advanced metering and an EMS system tobetter allocate energy costs and gain valuable information onhow to save energy dollars.Case Study 1: Facility Reduces energy costs by $324,000.Two corporate divisions shared a location with only oneelectric utility meter, so they split the energy bill 60/40.Compared to other locations within the corporation thatmanufactured the same products with similar equipment, thefacility paying 60 percent — we’ll call it F60—wasexperiencing unusually high energy costs.As a result, preliminary plans weremade to shut down the facility andmove the manufacturing operation to afacility located in another area of thecountry that had lower tariffs forelectrical power. In a final attempt tosolve the problem without having tomove the business elsewhere, managersinstalled advanced meters to separate the energy usage of thetwo divisions and an automated meter reading (AMR) systemto read the master utility meter and several advanced meters.Energy consumption and demand were plotted on charts andgraphs for the two divisions. Managers found that F60 wasactually using less than 41 percent of the complex’s totalenergy. The statistics also showed that a heat-treating processused once a week was causing a 175 KW spike in energyusage. To solve its problems, F60 worked with accounting toreallocate its percentage of the energy bill and moved itsheat-treating process to a time of day when electricity wasn’tas costly. As a result, F60 reduced its energy allocation by$324,000 per year. Eliminating the spike in electricity usagefor the heat-treating process saved F60 $2,100 per month.The facility closure plans were cancelled, local jobs werepreserved, and the utility maintained its $634,547-per-yearincome from the site.Case Study 2: A small investment saved thousands.In a similar example, a food manufacturer processed one ofits more popular snack brands out of a single building withina much larger manufacturing complex. Each tenant companypaid for energy based on an estimated percentage ofcomplex-wide energy usage.Energy ManagementWhat you need to knowThe snack food facility manager suspected that his productline’s portion of the energy bill was too high. The facilitymanager decided he needed a better way to allocate trueenergy usage costs among the various snack brands andcompanies conducting manufacturing operations within thecomplex.To help the manager moreaccurately gauge energyconsumption, advanced meterswere installed after the utilitymeter without an interruption inpower. After analyzing the data,the manager’s suspicions wereconfirmed when he learned actualuse was less than the amount forwhich the product line was billed.The result was a reduction in his electric bill from anestimated 11 percent of the overall facility electricity bill toan actual 7 percent. For a $5,000 investment in advancedmetering equipment and software, the snack food line savedthousands of dollars per month in energy costs. As aresult, the investment paid for itself within 60 days.5. Use an EMS to participate in your utility’s demandresponse program. Either of these businesses could havefaced stiff financial penalties from their utilities for peaksin energy usage during high-demand hours. This might besomething you face on a monthly basis. With an EMSsystem, facility managers can observe patterns in theirenergy use, such as when it is peaking and why. It’s thefirst step in determining the solution to the problem.The heat treatment process mentioned is a great example.Managers at the facility didn’t realize that their energyusage was spiking. Once they did, they saved $2,100 permonth.Many utilities offer industrial customers various incentives toreduce energy demand during peak times of constrainedelectricity supply. These “demand response” programs varyby utility, but you should know that there can be highrewards. The highest rewards, for example, are interruptibletariffs where the utility can shift the energy load (e.g.,perhaps slightly alter your thermostat remotely for a15-minute period) with little or no notice at all.With most interruptible tariffs, you can contract electricityat a lower price if you agree to curtail your load whenasked. If you chose to do nothing when requested, youwould receive penalties that would most likely be higherE-Mon D-Mon ®A HUNT POWER PRODUCT(800) 334-3666info@emon.com


As seen at MRO Todaywww.mrotoday.comthan if you chose to agree to load curtailment measures.You should check with your utility to get a comprehensiveoverview of any demand response programs it may offer tosee what potential savings may be available.In any case, an EMS system can be used to keep thefacility in check to ensure it is playing by the utility’sdemand-response rules for the highest-possible cost savings.The best thing to do ischeck with your utility toget a comprehensiveoverview of your utility’sdemand response programs.You can then match itsprograms to your facility’sneeds, making sure that youget the electricity you needto run your operations.Plus, your EMS can provideyou with the data to determine how much money you aresaving.Energy ManagementWhat you need to knowTo get started, the prudent approach is to utilize an energymanagement professional to perform an energy audit. Thiswill help you find out if there are financial incentives forenergy conservation measures you might be missing out on,as well as help you learn more about your facility’s energyrequirements and their impacts on your operations. Bypaying more attention to your energy usage and getting toknow your utility provider and its programs, you can beginto take advantage of many energy-saving opportunities.David Bovankovich, assistant vicepresident of product design for HuntPower, has more than 20 years ofelectrical engineering, facilitymanagement, design and meteringexpertise. As a utility industry liaison,Bovankovich participated in the U.S.Energy Association’s Energy EfficiencyForum. For more information onenergy management issues, call (800)334-3666 or email dbovankovich@huntpower.com.6. Energy management programs can supplementpredictive maintenance/diagnostic programs. Evaluating theperformance of pumps, compressors, heaters, chillers,conveyors and other electrically-powered equipment requiresaccurate, real-time status feedback that can only be providedby measuring how much energy it consumes. By analyzingenergy usage data gathered with advanced meters and intervaldata recorders, you can see which equipment is deterioratingor developing problems.It’s better to replace less expensive parts in maintenancemode than wait, thereby causing larger, more expensiveinfrastructure replacement problems. An identifier might bewhen your electrical load suddenly increases or is heavierduring certain specific manufacturing processes. If the loadchanges, you should always ask why to help determine thecause.For example, during maintenance on a heating and coolingsystem, one facility manager noticed an odd pattern in thesystem’s electrical load changes. It turned out that theHVAC equipment was “short-cycling,” or cycling at a greatlyincreased frequency, due to a decrease of coolant in thesystem. The equipment was a significant distance from themain building, so no one was aware it was happening.Thanks to an advance warning provided by meter data, themanager was able to repair the equipment before it had achance to break down.E-Mon D-Mon ®A HUNT POWER PRODUCT(800) 334-3666info@emon.comMROTODAY-4/05


Energy Intelligence for Higher EducationSubmetering Technology Can Help Facilities Cut Costs Without Compromising Education Qualitycomputer where the information is automatically sorted intothe appropriate database. The information can then be used todetermine specific inefficient energy processes, allocate utilitycosts accurately, generate customizable billing for each monitoredsystem, and ultimately guide the development of energyconservation initiatives and verify their results. Universitiesmay also use the added energy intelligence to shift energyloads, lowering demand charges, as well as to shave energydemand during peak hours when prices can be highest.Amidst the rising costs of education and current budget crisisat many universities, educators and administrators are searchingfor innovative ways to cut costs without compromisingeducation quality. One often-overlooked cost-cutting opportunityis energy consumption. Power is among the most basicneeds of any education facility. This fact often leads bothadministrators and facility managers to view energy as a fixedcost. But in reality, energy and its associated costs can bemanaged. And when energy is managed efficiently, facilitiescan allocate costs, drive energy conservation, reduce operationalexpense and ultimately improve their bottom line.To effectively manage energy, it is necessary to understandhow it is used and consumed throughout the campus or aparticular facility. Submetering technology, combined with acomplete energy intelligence system, is essential to gaining thisunderstanding.In short, submetering involves the installation of separatemeters, behind the primary billing meter, for each building orsystem to be monitored. The separate meters are then used tomonitor and allocate energy use of these specific buildings,departments or systems. Combining submeters with a solidenergy intelligence system allows users to better understandwhen, where and how energy is being used within their organizations,as well as the power quality levels at each monitoredpoint.Through dial-up or cable modems (or via a university LANmanyof which have been upgraded via significant investmentsin recent years), all information gathered by the submeters canbe transferred to an identified administrative server orSchools and universities face many unique energy-relatedchallenges. A majority of schools must deal with agingbuildings that use energy inefficiently and are expensive tomaintain. Ongoing and sensitive research projects require24-hour, high-quality power. Student housing and recreationfacilities—again, often old and inefficient— require ‘roundthe-clock’cooling, heating and power for other activities.Furthermore, without cost accountability, many students andon-campus vendors waste energy. According to Platts Consultingand Research, educational facilities in the United Statesand Canada pay nearly $9 billion a year for energy.By installing submetering technology and employing a comprehensiveenergy intelligence system, schools and universitiescan gain important snapshots of their energy use. With thisinformation, facility managers can better control costs andimprove operational efficiencies. For example, by measuringactual departmental or building energy use, facility managerscan identify chronic energy-wasting equipment and bad usagehabits. They can then use this information to manage maintenanceand capital improvement activities —directing resourcesto the areas that can offer the biggest return on investment.Submetering also enables educational facilities to allocateenergy costs to the actual users of the energy. Thus, facilitymanagers can apportion energy charges to departments, studenthousing, tenants in the student center and individual buildings.Allocating energy costs this way rather than on a squarefootage basis is also more equitable. For example, a high-techlab is likely to use far more energy than the neighboringEnglish department. Furthermore, at many universities,decades of departmental disputes over this very issue havebeen resolved through submetering. In addition, it can encourageconservation and cost allocation by the users of the energy.In fact, industry studies have shown that submetering and costallocation alone can reduce energy consumption anywherefrom 5 percent to 18 percent.Reprinted with permission. Campus Facilities. June 2004


Another common benefit of submetering at educational facilitiesincludes power-quality measurement. Power quality is anextremely important issue for sensitive high-tech equipment, aswell as items such as food service refrigerators, both of whichcan be easily knocked offline by power fluctuations. In thecase of lab and computer equipment, poor power quality canresult in corruption of data, can negatively impact sensitiveresearch and may result in costly IT repairs. The damage is noless costly for food service equipment, where an offlinerefrigerator can result in costly losses of food.In deregulated markets, submetering technology is essential forhelping a sizable facility understand its energy use and negotiatethe most competitive rate possible. In this way, a campuscan significantly lower its energy costs. Submetering also canhelp facility managers address other power issues that can beintensified in deregulated markets, such as managing energytariffs during peak usage times.Selecting the Right Energy CourseIn order to fully maximize the benefits provided by a submeteringsystem, it is vital that a university select a comprehensive,flexible and industry-proven submetering system. Facilitymanagers should seek submetering technology from an experiencedand dedicated system provider that integrates a completeenergy intelligence system and has a proven track record ofreducing costs.The first step in installing a submetering system is to define theproject scope. University administrators and facility managersshould identify the key goals and objectives they want accomplishedby an energy intelligence system. A submeter vendorshould visit the campus facility to “walk” the site, evaluatingthe current total energy usage for the entire campus. Together,the campus facility manager and the submetering provider willclosely examine areas/buildings on campus that are suspectedto have high energy consumption, older buildings that maydemonstrate energy efficiencies, and current methods used bythe university to allocate energy costs between departments,residents, tenants and individual buildings. Through a comprehensiveevaluation of the university’s current energy usage, theenergy intelligence provider will be able to determine the mostappropriate submetering system to address the needs and meetthe goals and objectives of the university.Once the energy intelligence needs of the facility have beenassessed, the vendor will work with campus facility managementto design and select a customized submetering system.An experienced energy intelligence provider knows that eachcampus facility is unique; therefore, a submetering technologysystem must be tailored to meet the specialized needs of anyindividual school or university. An energy intelligence systemthat is well-designed will allow the flexibility to meet changingenergy consumption needs in the future.Submetering at WorkAt Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio,the Residence Life Department first installed submeters inauxiliary areas (i.e., dining and residence halls) about sevenyears ago. Prior to that, according to Robert Hayward, Directorof Administrative Services for Facility Services, the schoolwas billing and allocating the utility costs for these areas via anantiquated square footage-based system.Today, Bowling Green is in the process of upgrading its systemby installing new submeters in 20 buildings (and replacing theolder models) to monitor and measure electricity with softwareto manage the submetering system.“As income areas, the resident life department units have abottom line to meet. Due to budget constraints, they discernedthat they might be over-charged for power usage and wantedaccurate allocation and billing for electricity,” said Hayward.“Submetering has worked well, and we have plans to measurenatural gas and water in the near future. Additionally, theUniversity’s old system used modems, but three to four yearsago, Bowling Green installed an Internet backbone, and we’renow hooking up to that.”This is just one instance where a school is using submeteringtechnology to monitor power usage, improve cost allocationand billing accuracy, and generate cost savings. From reducingenergy costs to enhancing conservation efforts, a well-designedand effective submetering system can help schools and universitiescollect an array of vital power monitoring intelligence.SummaryWith many educational institutions today facing record budgetdeficits, finding innovative methods to control bottom-linecosts is key to maintaining current programs and keeping thecost of education affordable. Controlling energy costs can helpmitigate other rising costs that may be more difficult tocontrol.With such weighty issues facing higher education, energymanagement provides a relatively easy-to-implement, costeffectivemeans to save money and conserve energy.For more information, contact Hunt Power, the leadingprovider of energy services and systems, including E-MonD-Mon ® submetering products. Toll-free (800) 334-3666 orvisit www.emon.com.Reprinted with permission. Campus Facilities. August 2005


®Case StudyEsplanade Place - Phoenix, AZThe ChallengeEsplanade Place is a 12-floor luxury condominium building that overlooks downtown Phoenix, Arizona.The mid-rise residence provides the equivalent of four- and five-star hotel amenities to its residents. Atthe time of construction, E-Mon D-Mon ® advanced meters were installed in all 56 residential units tofacilitate pro-rata energy cost allocation and monitor energy consumption on a daily basis and at amoment’s notice.Esplanade PlaceFacility managers said residents who move to Esplanade fromhomes in the suburbs with similar square-footage enjoy significantenergy cost savings because of the modern technologies used tooperate the building. However, tracking energy usage in thebuilding’s common areas presented another challenge.Esplanade’s hallways and common areas are lighted with 60chandeliers that initially burned incandescent 60-watt bulbs. Therooftop pool at Esplanade is kept at a constant temperature using two five-ton heating pumps, andthe building itself is cooled with two large EvapCo cooling towers.Without an Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) system, facility managers were required to manuallyread meters and create accurate energy bills for residents. The process was time-consuming andinefficient as the staff tracked energy usage by manually entering data into a spreadsheet program.Because the advanced metering technology was not being utilized to its full potential, facility managerscontacted the energy information experts at Hunt Power.SolutionTo improve residential tenant billing for energy use, Esplanade facility managers and Hunt Power installedCAT5 cabling to network the meters to a central computer from which billing could easily be managed,using E-Mon’s meter reading & energy analysis software. Three additional advanced meters were installedand monitored to improve access to energy use information for common areas, the pool and cooling towers.Although there was no monitoring history for the common areas, the new meters, automated meterreading system and software made it very easy to see where and how much energy was being consumed(over)For more information, contact us at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com© 2006 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(09/06)E-MonD-Mon®www.emon.com


Case Study - Esplanade Place-Phoenix, AZResultsin the various areas of the property. With this new information, some opportunities for conservation andcost savings were identified.By adding an Enterprise Energy Management (EEM) system and additional meters, facility managers atEsplanade were able to create energy bills more accurately, timely and seamlessly for their luxurycondominium residents, who expect the highest level of service and the cost savings associated withenergy efficient new construction, according to project managers who oversaw the installation of theEEM system for Esplanade. Beyond improving internal operations and overall costs for residents,Esplanade facility managers were also able to identify opportunities for energy efficiency in the commonareas for considerable cost savings throughout the building.Armed with their newly obtained energy intelligence, facility managers replaced hundreds of 60-wattincandescent light bulbs throughout the building’s common areas. By replacing the bulbs with fluorescentbulbs, which require less energy for the same light, management not only saved energy and money onlighting; it was also able to reduce the building’s air-conditioning energy needs. The heat factor of theincandescent bulbs had been requiring additional energy and money to cool the common areas.Managers not only replaced the bulbs, they also staggered the timing of the lights to reduce the amountof load placed on the electrical system at one time. In a two-day period during the summer, facilitymanagers watched as energy usage for the building dropped from 225 kWh to 135 kWh. The costof energy for these common areas and amenities dropped dramatically from more than $1,000 permonth to about $400.®E-MonD-Mon®For more information, contact us at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com© 2006 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(09/06)www.emon.com


Submetering Reduces Monthly Rents, Electricity ConsumptionOhio Community Proves Billing Residents for Utilities WorksBy Melissa Kress, Managing EditorChillicothe, Ohio------At firstglance, having utility costsincluded in the monthly rentmay seem like a dream topotential residents. Withcredit card bills, phone billsand cable bills due everymonth, it would be a relief notto worry about also writingchecks for water, gas andelectric. However, not writinga check each month does notmean residents are not paying--and sometimes they may bepaying too much.Multi-housing communities,whether high-rise or gardenstyle, generally have one master meter that measures theamount of electricity used by the community and its residentseach month. Prior to submetering technology, propertymanagers were either not charging residents for the electricuse or including the cost in the rent, sometimes based onsquare footage, explains Scott Ritchlin, Vice President oftechnical support and manufacturing for E-MON, whoseheadquarters are in Langhorne, PA. However, this was notnecessarily the fair solution to recovering utility costs, headds."It is not really equitable because some people are home allday and may use more electricity than someone who works allday," Ritchlin contends.In addition, if the electricity costs are included in the rent,then either the rent is subject to change based on thefluctuating price of electricity or the property managersuffers a loss when that price does soar--as was the case withelectricity in California two years ago.With submetering, property managers can avoid the fairnessissue, keep rents down and recover the cost of electricity. AsRitchlin explains, meters are placed in all the units of aE-MON was contracted by the previous owners to supply submeters at WesternView Apartments in Chillicothe, Ohio to measure electrical usage for each unit,shifting billing responsibility from the property owner to the individual tenant.community and informationon electricity usage istransferred wirelessly to ahead-on computer in theproperty manager's office.The manager then retrievesthe data and bills residents forthe amount of electricity theyused. In turn residents submitpayment to the propertymanager, he says. "The overallutility bill is still in theproperty manager's name sothe residents are essentiallyreimbursing the propertymanager for their portion ofthe electric bill," Ritchlinexplains. This works much thesame way for water and gas submetering he says.Submetering firms can also provide billing services, but theresidents still submit payment to the property manager. Inthat case, depending on state law, the property manager maybe able to pass along any fees incurred for contracting outthe services to the residents as well, he adds.According to the New York State Energy Research andDevelopment Authority (NYSERDA), property managers andresidents can reap many benefits from submetering. AsRitchlin stated earlier, the authority agrees submetering isfair. "It allows the conservation consious residents to reducetheir electrical costs," states NYSERDA. "Residents whochoose not to conserve willbe billed for their usage withoutimpacting their neighbors' electric charges." Other benefitsinclude a possible reduction in rent and maintenance fees,significant reduction in building sector electricity usage(sometimes 15 to 30 percent) and a reduction in buildingoperating costs.And at least one multi-housing development in Chillicothe,Ohiois experiencing these benefits firsthand. Western ViewApartments, which is owned and managed by Platinum(continued on reverse)As seen in Multi-Housing News Magazine, April 2003


Property Managementbased in Dublin, Ohio, isan 84-unit communitywith a mix of one- andtwo-bedroomapartments in threebuildings. Thecommunity has beensubmetering electricityuse since April 2001 andover the last year theproperty managementcompany has noticed a 17percent reduction inenergy consumption.It only took approximately 30 minutesper unit to retrofit the submeters at the According to Ron Ackley,multi-housing development. electrical contractor withC & J Electric, the previous owner of Western ViewApartments contacted his firm for an estimate for installingindividual electric meters in each of the 84 apartments.While doing the foot-work with American Electric Power, thelocal energy supplier, Ackley realized that, because of the waythe complex was wired when it was built, he would have torewire all the units and install meters on the outside of thebuilding--a costly project. As he explains, when Western Viewwas wired, a feeder was placed to feed electricity to the firstfloor, the second floor and the third floor of each of thethree buildings--what the industry calls a daisy-chain.Ackley estimates the cost for installing individual meterswould have been 800 percent higher than the cost ofretrofitting the existing apartments for submetering. As analternative to the expensive endeavor, Ackley contacted E-MON. He was previously familiar with E-MON's products andthought its wireless technology would be the perfect solutionto the complex's problem. He met with a representative fromthe submetering company and set up wireless meters in eachapartment which would send usage data to a main computeron the property's site, Ackley explains. They then presentedthe proposal to the owners of Western View, who gave the goaheadfor the project, he adds.Ackley says he allocated one hour per apartment unit toinstall the submetering technology and that the actualinstallation only took approximately 30 minutes. However, headds, there is a lot of prep work before the actual installationbecause the residents need to be informed and arrangementsneed to be made beforehand with the property manager tohave someone present at each apartment.Platinum Property Management estimates that theinstallation of the system cost approximately $50,000--anamount that was recovered in the first 10 months using thatportion of the total rent that otherwise would have gone tothe total electric bill.And residents seem to have adjusted to paying for their ownelectricity. "In the beginning there was some resisitance fromresidents because some had lived here for years withoutpaying an electric bill," contends Debbie Bell, PlatinumProperty Management's district manager for Western ViewApartments. "But now no one is really upset anymore."Despite the success with electric submetering, she adds thatthe property management company does not have anyimmediate plans to submeter for gas or water at thecomplex.Western View Apartments' story is not the only proofthat submetering works. According to informationprovided by E-MON, energy conservation is maximizedwhen there is accountability, a 2-percent reduction inenergy use is achieved by telling people that theirenergy use is going to be monitored and another 20-percent reduction is seen when users are provided with thedetails of their energy consumption.The installation called for a total of 84 apartments to eachreceive an E-MON RESI-MON, an RF-Based, single-phaseKWH submeter that is easily interfaced with E-MON'sAutomatic Meter Reading (AMR) system and/or alternativethird-party billing service. RESI-MONs are useful in multihousingdevelopments where the meters must be installed inthe apartment itself.The unit's internal 900 MHz transmitter eliminated the needfor home run wiring between the meter and the centralmonitoring point. A low-cost repeater was also used wherethe distance between the transmitter and the receiverexceeded specifications.Langhorne, PA(800) 334-3666www.emon.com - info@emon.comSan Diego, CA(800) 810-3666


Case StudyPhoenix Plaza-Phoenix, AZSubmetering Project Earns 5-Month PaybackPhoenix — The installation of an electrical submetering system ishelping building managers at Phoenix Plaza — a pair of multi-tenant,high-rise office buildings — more accurately track and bill energy use,resulting in a payback for the project of about five months.Phoenix Plaza consists of two, 21-story office buildings housing 34different offices, a retail center and a parking garage. The buildingsare owned by Shorenstein and Co., a San Francisco-based buildingmanagement firm.The cost for the submeter installation, about $75,000, will be recoveredsome time in the next month because of two factors. By billing tenantsfor their actual energy use, energy managers are able to reduceoperating costs by about 25 cents per square foot, according to BillWilson, chief engineer. With submetered office space in the two towerstotaling 800,000 square feet, annual savings could reach about $200,000. Also, the closer monitoring ofenergy use has led to an increase in energy conservation measures by tenants.The project was motivated by the need to make billing more fair for the facility’s tenants. Before theinstallation, tenants signed leases that stipulated energy payments based on a flat rate per square foot. If atenant used more energy than the preset cost, the difference would have to be made up by other tenants.Some tenants exceeded typical energy use by using power after normal business hours or having morepeople or equipment in a space than was recommended.“Right now we are trying to make it fair to all the tenants, to the people who are the larger users.IBM — I mean, they’re a computer company. They have a LAN room that has computers from top to bottom.They also have a lot of air conditioning,” said Bob Hanson, a Phoenix Plaza engineer and the main systemoperator.(over)For more information, contact us at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com© 2006 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(07/06)E-Mon ®www.emon.com


Case Study - Phoenix Plaza - Phoenix, AZ“And all the money that we recover gets put into the ‘kitty,’ operating costs go down, and the other tenantsbenefit,” added Roy Bardzik, assistant chief engineer for Phoenix Plaza. “People who are using power arepaying for it now. It’s not being spread equally among everybody. It’s more fair to the little guy.”Current sensors on each floor send energy usage information to the facility’s engineering office, where thedata is collected and recorded by submeters from E-Mon, Langhorne, PA.Building engineers track a total of 80 points, which are collected in multiple meter units (MMUs.) Thefacility has four, eight-meter MMUs and two, 25-meter MMUs.IDR data accumulators, also by E-Mon, were placed inside the MMUs to read the meters. This data istransferred to a PC, where the data is analyzed and bills are prepared using the company’s automaticmeter reading software.The equipment was installed by local company Hyde Electric. The entire project, completed inJanuary, 1998, took about a year to finish. The retrofit began on the floors with the larger tenants, thenmoved to the smaller tenants.“The hardest part was when we first started. I had to go to every single floor and map out circuits, stufflike that,” Bardzik said.Like the installation of most new technology, this project was not without some small glitches. Forexample, problems with some of the current sensors created false use information for a few tenants.Using one tenant as an example, Bardzik said, “We were hitting them for $1,000 a month, when inreality it should have been $300 to $400.” The problem, caused by faulty wiring was quickly fixed.Energy managers have noticed that tenants are more energy conscious since the submetering began,a trend that could lead to even more energy savings, Bardzik said.The savings that are expected from the submetering will allow energy managers to focus their time onother areas, such as additional capital repairs and improvements.Reprinted with permission. Energy User News Magazine, April 1998.E-Mon ®For more information, contact us at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com© 2006 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(07/05)www.emon.com


Utility ManagementAir Force Base SeesEnergy Savings TakeOff After InstallingSubmetersLos Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) in downtown El Segundo,California, is a sprawling, 150-acre expanse ofGovernment offices, research and development laboratories,military housing, and other facilities.Accurate energy metering was an issue at the site where onlyone master utility meter measured energy usage for the entireBase. Energy Manager Ed Wilson, of the Base's CivilEngineering Department, explained, "We knew we were using alot of energy and we were trying to determine where it wasbeing used and at what time of day. But, we really had no ideawhich buildings were using more or less energy."The 61st Air Base Group People Center, housingservices for Base personnel, illustrates theaverage size of the facilities nowmonitored by E-MONsubmeters.As featured in the November, 2001 issue of Femp Focus a publications of the Department of EnergyA multiple meter unit may contain upto eight submeters and acommunication interface device thatdownloads data from the meters andtransmits it via modem to the energymanager's computer.After evaluating several vendors,the Base selected E-MONCorporation's electrical submetersand automatic meter readingsoftware. "I like the idea of standaloneunits capable of storingmetering information and the batterybackup," Wilson said. The projectinvolved installation of 36 meters at the service entrances of 14main buildings, totaling about 100,000 square feet. Collectingdata from the submeters, communication interface units (or dataaccumulators) then relay the data to the energy manager's computervia modem. The data accumulators store information for up to 36days in 15-minute increments or until downloaded to a computer,and the submeters can maintain data in case of a power interrupt.For Wilson, the payoff came surprisingly fast. Armed withhard data on energy loads and performance trends, he couldpinpoint areas ripe for conservation measures and costcontainment. "This is a great diagnostic tool and the perfecttool to use to demonstrate energy savings," Wilson pointed out."People walk out of buildings at night and leave lights on, airconditioners on, and doors open. This occurs all over the Base.When you have a submetering system, you can see that asubstantial amount of energy is wasted that way." He added,"Then you can talk to maintenance and other staff and showthem how much more it costs because we didn't do all wecould to save energy. Running air conditioners at night inbuildings of this size when they're unoccupied is a tremendouswasted cost, and with meters you can see this." Continued...One Oxford Valley, Suite 418Langhorne, PA 19047(800) 334-3666Fax: (215) 752-3094www.emon.com - E-Mail: info@emon.com1215 Cushman AvenueSan Diego, CA 92110(800) 810-3666Fax: (619) 682-5112


Utility ManagementAs featured in the November, 2001 issue of Femp Focus a publications of the Department of EnergyWhile the Civil Engineering Organization retains responsibilityfor paying Los Angeles AFB's electric bill, Wilson is now ableto determine more accurately energy cost allocations for thoseorganizations--tenants, partners, and customers--with fundsfor utility reimbursement. The more revenue he is able togenerate from entities with these available reimbursement funds,the more resources his department has for Base repairs andmaintenance, a secondary cost benefit of the submetering system.Less than three years after the Base's submetering system wasimplemented, energy consumption decreased more than 27percent from the established 1985 baseline. Utility costsdecreased 23 percent from an established 1990 baseline--during a period in which electricity rates increased by 4.5percent. In 1996, Wilson's leadership in initiating energysavings and raising energy conservation awareness amongBase personnel won him the Air Force Material CommandEnergy Award. Overall, Los Angeles AFB is saving morethan $1 million anually on its utilities, and is likely to savemore in California's tightening energy market.For more information, please contact Ed Wilson of Los Angeles AFB at310-363-0904 or eddie.wilson@losangeles.af.mil.For additional information on E-MON's product line contact E-MONat 800-334-3666 or visit us online at www.emon.comOne Oxford Valley, Suite 418Langhorne, PA 19047(800) 334-3666Fax: (215) 752-3094www.emon.com - E-Mail: info@emon.com1215 Cushman AvenueSan Diego, CA 92110(800) 810-3666Fax: (619) 682-5112


Case StudyBill Gates House - Lake Washington, WAWhen Bill Gates began building his new home on Lake Washington near Seattle, expectations for thedream house ran high. After seven years of construction, the 45,000-sq-ft residence has been appraisedat more than $53 million. Not surprisingly, the typical monthly electric bill is also expensive — it averages$30,000.Because of this expense, Gates needed a way to monitor and trackhis electrical use down to the subpanel level. Now, thanks to theinstallation of a full-featured automatic meter reading hardware andsoftware system (E-Mon, Langhorne, PA.), Gates knows exactly whatthe electrons he buys are doing — anytime, day or night.As one might expect from the co-founder of Microsoft®, Gatesbuilt a compound full of futuristic electronic gadgetry. Visitors wearsmall electronic pins coded with their preference for room temperature, visual art, music, televisionprograms and movies. Computers track the pins as visitors travel from room to room.All floors, driveways and walkways at the Gates residence are heated, and a 10-car subterranean garageelectronically transforms into a basketball court. Automated security systems and hidden cameras coverevery inch of the grounds, and floor sensors track visitors to within six inches of their location.More than 100 electricians were involved in the installation of these systems. Many miles of communicationcable — mostly fiber optic — connect computer servers throughout the house, yet no electrical outlets arevisable. Operating and maintaining these electrical systems is a huge job, but the E-Mon system helps byproviding current energy usage data. The system hardware in Gates’ basement consists of a multiple meterunit (MMU) containing eight E-Mon D-Mon submeters and a single IDR data recorder. The recorder digitizesthe metered electrical readings for use by the E-Mon's meter reading software.(over)For more information, contact us at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com© 2006 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(09/06)E-Mon ®www.emon.com


Case Study - Bill Gates House - Lake Washington, WAThe 480-V electrical service consists of multiple 200-, 400- and 800-amp loads. E-Mon's software iscapable of displaying data gathered in 5-, 15-, 30- or 60-minute intervals. It can then profile the data ina number of useful ways from a centralized PC. The software can export data files to any spreadsheetprogram for statistical analysis of energy consumption for peak shaving, load shedding or negotiatinglower energy rates. The system is also scalable, accepting an unlimited number of meters should Gatesexpand his system to accept inputs from water, gas, BTU or other pulse-output meters.Whether or not Gates will expand his system is anyone’s guess. But one fact is clear; Industrial andcommercial facilities can benefit just as much as Gates does from monitoring electrical use patterns.Information from electric meters can be used to implement demand reduction programs in facilitiesand save thousands of dollars on electric bills. You don’t have to be Bill Gates to appreciate that kindof savings (and your facility probably needs that extra money more than he does.)E-Mon ®For more information, contact us at (800) 334-3666or via e-mail at info@emon.com© 2006 E-Mon. All Rights Reserved.(09/06)www.emon.com


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Electrical EnergyCost Analysis MethodsEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Square Foot EstimationBenefits:Problems:Easy for management to calculate without installing meters.a. This method is not equitable to tenants.b. This method does not encourage conservation efforts.c. This method is not energy accountable.d. Management may be losing money due to incorrect estimation.KWH Metered AccountingDescription:Equitable accounting of actual amount of electrical energy consumedwhen demand charges are not included in the electrical cost structure.a. Equitable energy accounting.b. Encourages energy conservation.c. Usually applies to residential environments.KWH/Demand Metered AccountingDescription:Equitable accounting of consumption AND demand. The methodmost used by utilities for commercial and industrial cost structures.a. Equitable energy accounting.b. Encourages energy conservation and efficiency programs.c. Accounting follows utility cost structur for both consumptionand demand.Excess Hours Metered AccountingDescription:Equitable accounting of energy consumed outside normalcontracted hours.a. Accounts for energy used during off-hours or any timeoutside the normal work day.b. Positive step towards energy conservation.®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


RESIDENTIAL METERCOMPARISONEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®8 Meter Multiple Meter Unit 8 Meter Gang CentersInstalled Cost:$3,312 Installed Cost: $6,032Labor CostsSocket Type Meter Gang Center (8 meters)2 workers 8 hours = 16 hours at $80 per hour = $1,280.00 total labor costElectronic Meter MMU 8 (8 meters)1 worker 5 hours = 16 hours at $80 per hour = $400.00 total labor cost* Prices May VaryMaterial CostsSocket Type Meter Gang Center (8 meters)8 meters at $125.00 each = $1,000.002 Meter Gang Centers (4 meters each) at $1,876 = $3,752.00Total material cost per 8 unit gang center $4,752.00Electronic Meter MMU 8 (8 meters)8 meters @ 364.00 each = $2,912.0016 current sensors (included in meter cost) @ $0 each = $01 MMU Multiple Meter Unit Cabinet @ $0 each = $0Total material cost per 8 unit MMU $2,912.00* Prices May Vary®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIALMI ETER COMPARISONEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Electronic Stand-Alone MeterSocket TypeStand-Alone MeterInstalled Costs:Installed Costs:Three PhaseThree Phase-200A & Below: $918.00 - 200A & Below: $1,677.00-Above 200A: $1,288.00 - Above 200A: $4,905.00Labor CostsSocket Type Stand-Alone Meter200 Amp & Below: 1 worker 8 hours at $80 per hour = $640.00 total labor costAbove 200 Amp: 2 workers 8 hours each at $80 per hour = $1,280.00 total labor costElectronic Stand-Alone Meter200 Amp & Below: 1 worker 2 hours at $80 per hour = $160.00 total labor costAbove 200 Amp: 1 worker 4 hours at $80 per hour = $320.00 total labor cost* Prices May VaryMaterial CostsThree Phase Metering 200A & Below Socket Type ElectronicMeter (up to 600V) $690.00 $758.00Current Sensors (3) N/A $0 (included with meter)Meter Socket $347.00 N/ATotal $1,037.00 $758.00Three Phase Metering Above 200 A Socket Type ElectronicMeter $690.00 $968.00Current Transformers (3) $585.00 N/ACurrent Sensors (3) N/A $0 (included with meter)Meter Socket $550.00 N/ACT Cabinet w/Rack $1,800.00 N/ATotal $3,625.00 $968.00* Prices May Vary®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products


METER COMPARISONEnergy Monitoring Products & Systems®Installed Cost Electronic Socket TypeStand Alone Meters3 Ph 200A and below $ 918.00 $1,677.003 Ph Above 200A $1,288.00 $4,905.00Multiple Meter UnitResidential 8 Units $3,312.00 $6,032.00Installation Electronic Socket TypeInstallation Time 1-2 hours 8-9 hoursPower Interruption NONE 8-9 hoursSpace RequirementsStand-Alone Meter .25 (1/4) sq ft 7.9-31.2 sq ft8 Unit Cabinet 2 sq ft 13.4 sq ft plus40.2 to 180 sq ftfor CT cabinetsFeatures Electronic Socket TypeDigital readouts Yes YesReset Capabilities Yes YesMultiple Load Monitoring Yes NoSubtractive Load Monitoring Yes NoMonitor Individual Circuits Yes NoInstallation Diagnostics Yes NoEnhancements Electronic Socket TypeDigital-to-Analog Profiles Yes YesPulse Output Yes YesTimed Metering Yes YesSoftware Monitoring Yes YesField Upgradable Yes NoPower Quality Functions Yes YesNet-metering Capability Yes YesForm “C” control relay output YesNoBuilt-In Communications Yes No®(800) 334-3666 - www.emon.comEffective Date: 6/1/2007Energy Monitoring Products

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