Honeywell has launched its new E-Mon Class 6000 multi-protocol energy meter range to provide fast, accurate tenant billing, or to assist facilities managers optimize a building’s energy use.

Honeywell E-Mon Class 6200 Pulse Meter is a compact submeter that is field configurable and reliable, with revenue-grade accuracy for better cost distribution. The E-Mon Class 6200 energy meters are intuitive, with an app-guided installation process, commissioning and troubleshooting, as well as built-in cybersecurity to protect against attacks. The 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.

“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
* 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; an iOS version will be available later in the year. Future versions within the E-Mon 6000 Series will include additional communication options, such as BACnet or Modbus, according to the announcement.

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