Sub Meter Information

Proven Worldwide

From load shedding to cost allocation to energy management, Honeywell SUB Series submeters work with a variety of building automation controllers to provide building managers with information and energy-saving flexibility. No wonder they can be installed in commercial offices, industrial facilities, apartments, condominiums, campuses and governmental facilities.

Delivering Key Information

Submetering is important because it allows facility managers to track energy costs by area, department, tenant or even an individual piece of equipment when used with a building automation system. The information can then be used for load shedding, creating an overall energy-savings plan, allocating costs and more.

  • Performance Monitoring — Measure energy usage before and after implementing an energy-savings plan.
  • Load Shedding — Avoid peak demand charges by reducing power levels during critical times.
  • Monitoring Main Circuits/Panels — Determine where energy is being consumed and monitor specific equipment to detect trends.
  • Tenant Submetering — Track a tenant’s energy consumption for billing purposes.
  • Cost Allocation — Monitor multiple points in a building to divide utility bills based on department consumption.
  • Class 500 Meters — Measure real-time readings of 38 different points, including voltage, kVA, kVAR, power factor percent and angle per phase, and more.

On-The-Spot Readings

With an LCD display right on the unit, the SUB family of submeters provides instant information right at the installed location. Plus, SUB Series submeters are accuracy rated to ANSI C12.1, so they can be used for billing purposes where allowed by code. Different submeters are available for varying applications, and since SUB Series submeters work seamlessly with controllers using Pulse, ModBus®, BACnet, LON, EZ-7®, compatibility with the building automation system is never an issue. Installation is easy, too — with split core current sensors, you won’t need to touch the building wiring, and the metal housing protects the installation from the elements.

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