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Compact, Versatile Meters for Energy Cost or Basic Network Management Applications
Basic Range Meters help with a variety of energy cost performance applications such as cost allocation, sub-billing, and green building standards compliance. They are most often used in non-critical settings like office towers, commercial buildings, or shopping centers, although they are also sold to Industry and Infrastructure segments.
Basic power meters help business owners/managers to identify energy waste, improve usage patterns, and validate utility bills.
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