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Quadlogic gains Measurement Canada approvals for five utility electric meters

November 26, 2010 | By Craig Pearson

{mosimage} Quadlogic Controls Corp. says five of its utility electric meters hold approvals from Measurement Canada (MC), providing “potential solutions” for residential/commercial single- or multi-tenant revenue metering. The RSM-5 commercial digital electric meter provides kW (demand) and kWh (consumption) data, and event reporting with date and time stamps for logging demand resets, power ups and power downs, time changes and tampers. It also logs pulse data from gas and water meters, thereby providing a remotely readable metering solution for all three services. Also approved is the MiniCloset-5 (MC-5), a multi-tenant digital electric meter that monitors up to eight, 3-phase commercial loads or up to 12, 2-phase residential customers in a small space. All Quadlogic metering devices communicate using patented, frequency-hopping powerline communications (PLC) technology via existing power lines rather than dedicated wiring. In addition, all meters function as stand-alone units or can be used for remote reading with the addition of a data collector and communication software.


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