Measurement and Verification (M&V)
Measurement Beyond a Baseline

Meters and sensors are installed in a facility to monitor the energy savings from energy retrofit projects on systems such as lighting and HVAC. The sensors are connected to data acquisition servers (DAS) or building control system (BCS) and the run times or energy consumption is measured and compared to energy usage prior to the installation. The M&V system may need to be in place and operational for several days or months in advance to establish a sound baseline for comparison. The key to ultimate success or failure of the M&V program is the ability to isolate the specific system being modified from the rest of the energy consuming equipment in the building.


Submetering Simplified

Setra Power Meter


Available in 3, 12, and 48 load options. The Power Meter from Setra is a networked revenue-grade power meter built on a versatile and powerful platform designed to meet the high demands for any submetering application.

Patrol Flex Coil


Offered in 12”, 24” and 36” lengths, the Patrol Flex Coil is the most accurate Rogowski Coil in submetering.

UL 2808 Split-Core CTs


Setra’s Split-Core current transformers provide a high accuracy current measurement over a wide dynamic sensing range for power metering applications. UL 2808 Certified


Rethink the Way Metering is Done

Whether called Multi-Load, Multi Circuit, Multi Channel or even Branch Circuit energy metering, Setra’s line of power meters lower the cost per metering point and measures with more granularity than other metering solutions on the market.​

  • Measure two different service levels with Dual Voltage inputs on the 12 or 48 Load meters)​
  • Any combination of single, dual, or three-phase loads up to the CT count of the meter​
  • Intuitively configure any application with on-board configuration portal

Measure More... For Less



How the Meter Works



Utilize the built-in configuration portal to easily map out what’s being measured to support any energy management strategy



Wire the voltage service lines, current transformers, pule I/O and communications wiring to the meter



Leverage the available BACnet or Modbus communications protocol to tie the meter into any existing or new EMS or BAS within the application

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