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Meet Submetering Code Requirements

IECC | ASHRAE 90.1 | California Title 24

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Meet Submetering Code Requirements

Commercial and state energy codes now require measurement devices in new buildings to monitor, record, and report energy usage.

2021 IECCASHRAE 90.1 2013/2016/20192019 California Title 24
  • Energy monitoring is required for new buildings 25,000sf and larger
  • Measurement devices must be installed in new buildings to separately monitor energy use in a variety of applications
  • Specific requirements for metering equipment, data acquisition, and graphical energy reports
  • Electrical energy devices are required in new buildings to monitor a variety of applications
  • Energy usage data must be recorded a minimum of every 15 minutes and reported at least hourly, daily, monthly, and annually
  • Energy use data shall be transmitted to the digital control system and graphically displayed
  • User accessible metering of total electrical use
  • Specific requirements for hourly, daily, monthly, and annual data storage
  • Separately monitor energy usage for different types of electrical loads

Confused by submetering codes?

Make sense of submetering code requirements with the Leviton cheat sheet.

What Does a Submetering System Look Like?

Submetering is all about collecting energy data.

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Submetering Solutions

A full line of submeters to meet detailed energy monitoring requirements for code applications.

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Data Collection

Flexible, open protocol, data acquisition hardware to collect and organize data to meet the code data collection requirements.

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Reporting Software

Easy to use, low-cost software tools designed for energy data aggregation, storage, and reporting requirements.

Meet Submetering Codes with VerifEye™

Submetering is all about collecting energy data.

What Components Do I Need?

Series 7100 Meter

  • Cost-effective solution for managing electrical loads
  • Ideal for high density, branch circuit monitoring applications
  • Monitors up to 48 branch circuits with one single submeter

A8810 Energy Monitoring Hub

  • Cost-effective solution for managing electrical loads
  • Ideal for high density, branch circuit monitoring applications
  • Monitors up to 48 branch circuits with one single submeter

Building Manager Online (BMO) Base Module

  • View energy usage and demand patterns in defined time intervals
  • Plot charts and review data quickly without installing software
  • Create virtual meters to report aggregated energy loads

Confused by submetering codes?

Make sense of submetering code requirements with the Leviton cheat sheet.

Take the Confusion out of Submetering