Energy Tracking-WEPM Energy Meter

Web Enabled Meter:

Our Web Enabled Electric Meter (WEM-MX) is an Internet enabled, broadband ready smart electric meter for commercial and industrial applications. It can be deployed as a primary meter, submeter or used for other electric metering applications such as demand reduction. Besides tracking peak demand (kW) and energy consumption (kWh), this advanced meter integrates many important features and provides enhanced functionality.

Its open system design facilitates world-wide deployment to populate applications with real time data based on accurate measurements. This electric meter is designed to meet requirements for data on demand from multiple users. Traditional meters focus only on single user applications at fixed time intervals.

It is the right solution in today’s complex energy markets combining low cost, high accuracy, minimum cost of communications with real time data access and reporting.
This sophisticated web enabled meter combines elements of simplicity, is highly functional and reduces overall ownership costs. Since most facilities already have an existing network, the cost of communication is virtually nil.

It is the right solution in today’s complex energy markets combining low cost, high accuracy, minimum cost of communications with real time data access and reporting.
This sophisticated web enabled meter combines elements of simplicity, is highly functional and reduces overall ownership costs. Since most facilities already have an existing network, the cost of communication is virtually nil. Load Profile And Peak Demand Capability:

This advanced meter provides peak demand (kW) with a date and time stamp informing you as to when the peak demand occurred. It also has the capability to periodically record and store interval data usage (load profile) based on a user defined interval of 1 minutes to 60 minutes or more. This functionality helps identify where, when and how much energy was consumed say, every 15 minutes. It can also store energy consumption by time-of-use (TOU). This allows end users to identify how much energy was consumed during different periods of the day. Configuration settings are done via its on board web server.

This smart meter can be used as a demand meter, time-of-use (TOU) meter or load profile meter – providing the right functionality for sub-metering, energy management and other metering applications such as demand reduction. Also, it boasts a wide variety of features like XML data encapsulation and broadband connectivity enabling it to transmit data via email, ftp or SOAP Web Service client. Reports can also be accessed via its web server.

The supporting software application Energy@DeskTop enables an end-to-end solution from measurement to acquisition to energy management.


Standard features :

  • kW, kWh, kVARh, voltage, current, power factor, VA, frequency.
  • kWh & kVARh (Delivered, Received, Sum, Net – Instantaneous).
  • Load Profile 4 Channels: kWh & kVARh (delivered and received).
  • Configurable demand reset date and load profile logging interval.
  • Internet connectivity via dynamically assigned IP address or fixed IP address.
  • Email notification with cc: option.
  • Data transfer via email, ftp, web server, or SOAP Web Service client.
  • FTP client – To send load profile, demand and consumption summary details.
  • SNTP for time synchronization.
  • Log-in to web server is authenticated.
  • Data encapsulation format – XML.
  • Programmable alpha-numeric meter ID and meter serial number.
  • Programmable demand (kW) threshold. Meter sends email when exceeded.
  • Programmable email/ftp (daily) reporting of peak demand, consumption and previous months energy usage.Programmable email/ftp reporting of load profile data at end of interval or at fixed intervals.
  • Mail, ftp or SOAP reports include total kWh, last interval’s kW, voltage, current, power factor values by phase and frequency.
  • Mail, ftp or SOAP Web Service client reports can be setup to be sent every 1 minute or daily.
  • Open Protocols XML, HTTP, SMTP, SNTP, FTP, DHCP, DNS, SOAP.

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