Meter Centers or Sockets

Meter Centers are mechanically and electrically built to bolt up to mains and residential stacks. These devices are primarily used in light commercial applications such as strip malls, office complexes and industrial parks. An electrical socket connects to an electrical device for electricity supply.

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Meters Group Metering
Meter Accessories Hubs
Submeters
 

Meters
An electricity meter is a device that measures the amount of electric energy consumed by a residence, a business, or an electrically powered device. Electric utilities use electric meters installed at customers’ premises to measure electric energy delivered to their customers for billing purposes.

Group Metering
Group metering is usually installed at residential apartment complexes, duplexes, triplexes and etc. They allow for multi-tenant metering in a single location and they provide a space and installation cost savings for applications where six or fewer units are metered through one centrally located meter pack.

Meter Accessories
Meter accessories are the accessories that go with meters. Some accessories include cases and holsters such as a gearbox, tool bag or meter holster. Other accessories include test leads probes and clips such as test lead sets, alligator clip sets and industrial test probes.

Hubs
Hubs offer a complete way to terminate a Rigid/IMC to a box or enclosure. They are designed for use indoors or outdoors with rigid conduit and IMC. They are suitable for use in environmentally demanding applications, including those with the presence of chemicals, such as acetic, citric and salt water.

Submeters
Sub meters are the implementation of a system that allows for a landlord, property management firm, condominium association, homeowners association, or other multi-tenant property to bill tenants for individual measured utility usage. The approach makes use of individual water meters, gas meters or electricity meters per the relevant utility.