Successful energy management relies on detailed energy usage information gathered from power monitoring equipment installed in the building. Setra's latest innovation in submetering is our new Networked Multi-Load Power Meter.
March 03, 2020
Submetering makes it easy to measure exact electrical usage for loads. These precise measurements mean the data of the actual electrical use can be read and analyzed. A power meter means no more inaccurate estimated bills. Submetering gives greater control over consumption and helps to eliminate energy inefficiency.
January 23, 2020
Setra Systems will be exhibiting at the AHR Expo in Orlando from February 3 through the 5. In addition to our extensive HVAC and Critical Environments lines, this year Setra will be unveiling several new and exciting products. Come by and see Setra at booth 973!
September 05, 2019
To bill tenants for utility usage, landlords can either divide the total bill among the tenants or employ a submeter. Submetering is commonly applied to three utilities: water, gas, and electricity. For electrical submetering, a power meter is installed to measure energy use after it reaches the primary meter. Utilizing submeters makes it simple to monitor electricity use for individual tenants, departments, or pieces of equipment.
July 16, 2019
As energy costs rise and being environmentally conscious is ever a concern, power monitoring is increasingly popular. Numerous states now offer incentives to encourage buildings and other consumers to start power monitoring.
June 19, 2019
Introducing Setra’s new split-core current transformers! Our Split-Core CTs provide a high accuracy current measurement over a wide dynamic sensing range for power metering applications.