February 22, 2021
ATLANTA, February 22, 2021 – Honeywell (NYSE: HON), a global leader in connected buildings, announced today the launch of the Honeywell E-Mon Class 6000 product range, a new generation of multi-protocol-capable energy meters to provide fast, accurate tenant billing or to optimize a building’s energy use. The initial offering, Honeywell E-Mon Class 6200 Pulse Meter, is a compact submeter that is versatile, field configurable and reliable with revenue-grade accuracy for better cost distribution.
The Honeywell E-Mon Class 6200 energy meters are easy to use, with an app-guided installation process, commissioning and troubleshooting, as well as built-in cybersecurity to protect against attacks. The Honeywell E-mon Class 6200 submeters help protect data integrity, both on-site and online, with a lockable enclosure and encrypted communications to securely exchange data between the devices and app functions.
“The Honeywell E-Mon Class 6000 meters can help building owners better monitor, measure and manage energy use throughout a building in an easy-to-install and operate form,” said Mike Garceau, general manager of Building Management Systems North America, Honeywell. “With the intuitive E-Mon app, users can quickly commission the meters and feel confident in its reliable daily operation.”
Installers and planners benefit from straightforward, quick commissioning and troubleshooting via the E-Mon app. The app allows installers and planners to:
Configure all meter settings; Monitor meters via Bluetooth; Use available templates to improve multi-meter commission timing; Plan for entire projects using provided BIM and CAD data for the E-Mon range; and Recognize errors automatically and receive easy-to-follow suggestions as to how to solve them. The app also allows facility managers and building owners to automatically take readings. The Honeywell E-Mon Class 6000 meters can be integrated into Honeywell applications quickly and seamlessly, using Interval Data Recorders, I/O modules or direct controllers.
The E-Mon app is currently available for Android only. Future versions within the E-Mon 6000 Series will include additional communication options, such as BACnet or Modbus.
January 9th, 2014
Milbank announced that effective March 24th 2014 prices will be increased due to rising prices from energy to transportation to component parts.
October 15th 2013
E-Mon Announces Multi-Mon™, New 36-Channel Branch Circuit Energy Monitor for Simultaneous Single- and Multi-Phase Apps Compact device accepts any combination of 1-, 2- and 3-phase delta or wye loads up to 36 inputs; standard Modbus communications via RS-485 (RTU) or optional Ethernet (IP) LANGHORNE, Pa.—Oct. 15, 2013—E-Mon, the electric sub-metering market leader and manufacturer of the widely installed E-Mon D-Mon® product line, announces Multi-Mon, a new three-phase, multi-function Ampere/volt demand meter that will provide improved energy efficiency and monitoring capabilities for multifamily, commercial, industrial, data center and other branch circuit monitoring applications. A single Multi-Mon metering unit can monitor any combination of single- or multi-phase inputs totaling 36 channels. Accordingly, this permits configuration of up to three dozen single-phase, 18 two-phase, 12 three-phase or other load combinations up to the device’s maximum input capability. As such, Multi-Mon provides an off-the-shelf, “custom standard” solution for just about any branch circuit monitoring need. “The Multi-Mon branch circuit monitor complements E-Mon’s other advanced metering products by offering a packaged solution that systems designers and end users can easily integrate with their own equipment to provide an advanced solution for energy monitoring, tenant billing, cost allocation, power quality management and energy data visualization at the branch circuit level,” said Don Millstein, president of E-Mon. “This capability will be especially valuable in bringing greater granularity of energy intelligence to existing building systems and will cut down on metering bill of materials, facilitate greater energy savings, and lower operating costs through optimized electrical system performance,” he said. Other key Multi-Mon features include:
- Available with solid- or split-core current sensors for optimum installation flexibility; 100-1200A
- Compatible with E-Mon Energy software via EZ7 protocol for automatic meter reading, billing and profiling
- Multi-Mon is powered by the measured voltages; no external power supply needed
- Internal real-time clock can run for more than one week without external power
- DIN rail mounting inside branch panel or optional steel enclosure for local mounting
For further information, visit www.emon.com or call 1-800-654-0821.
October 1st, 2013:
Siemens Industry Inc has recently announced a price increase effective October 31st 2013, for the Talon portofolio of products. Talon Meter Mounting Equipment has been the market leader in innovation and value for the meter socket industry. Award-winning lever bypass products to proprietary K base products to innovative temporary power design, Talon is the long-term solution partner for your metering needs.
In 2012 Landis & Gyr Meter Mounting Equipment changed to Talon Meter Mounting Equipment.
- The brand name
- Carton Labels
- Stamped Logo on the product covers
What did NOT change?
- Catalog numbers
- UPC Codes
- Product design and quality
- Utility approvals
- UL listings