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Veris’ E51x Series of Power & Energy Meters Now Features Class 0.2% Accuracy

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Date: July 1, 2013

Tualatin, OR – Veris Industries, a leader in innovative power and energy monitoring solutions, upgraded their popular E51x Series of power and energy meters to class 0.2% accuracy.

“Higher accuracy isn’t just a nice to have anymore, it’s becoming a requirement” stated Kevin Pack, Product Manager for Veris Industries Energy and Industrial Segment.

“There are a number of states that have adopted a strict 0.2% accuracy policy when it comes to power and energy monitoring. With the new requirement hindering our customers, we worked quickly and diligently to meet the need, making our most sought after meter better. It’s a win-win for everyone.”

The class 0.2% accuracy feature is available in all E51 meters, including both Modbus and BACnet models with or without data logging. The meters with their versatility, bi-directional capability, and 0.2% accuracy are an ideal solution for tenant submetering, energy management, and renewable energy projects.
 
About Veris Industries

Reliable Controls Veris Industries, located in Tualatin Oregon, is a market focused, customer service oriented leading supplier of environmental sensors and energy management solutions for commercial HVAC, energy management, renewable energy, and industrial control applications. For more information please visit http://www.veris.com.

















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