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Browser-based Meter Dashboard for Multi-Facility IP LAN/WAN Apps from E-Mon


New Web-MonTM Enterprise Edition Provides Remote Meter Dashboards over TCP/IP LAN/WAN Networks  

Ideal for campus or multi-building facilities, Web-Mon Enterprise Edition provides one-page dashboards of historical and real-time energy use via any standard web browser over Modbus IP LAN and WAN networks using Modbus TCP/IP as the communication protocol; complements versatility of Web-Mon standard edition for single-building apps. 

E-Mon, the electric submetering market leader and manufacturer of the widely installed E-Mon D-Mon® product line, today announced the availability of the Web-MonTM Enterprise Edition, an Internet-enabled energy monitoring platform that provides real-time and historical energy data via any standard Web browser. Ideal for campus and multi-building facility applications, Web-Mon Enterprise directly communicates over the facility’s existing IP backbone with remote Class 3000 and 5000 E-Mon D-Mon meters and up to three connected pulse-output utility meters per Web-Mon Enterprise device. Typical applications include schools and universities, medical complexes, business parks, military bases and other multi-building commercial, industrial and institutional users.  

Like the Web-Mon standard edition introduced in 2009, Web-Mon Enterprise provides a user-friendly web interface that allows live energy data, charts and graphs to be viewed via any standard Internet browser—without add-on software or extra programming to provide a “dashboard” display of kWh, kW, power factor and other advanced functions from up to 24 meter inputs.

“Web-Mon Enterprise Edition takes one-click energy management to the next level by automatically integrating the user’s distributed metering infrastructure into real-time meter dashboards via any TCP/IP local or wide area network,” said Don Millstein, president and CEO of E-Mon. “Web-Mon Enterprise complements our standard Web-Mon offering, typically used in single-building scenarios, with open-architecture Modbus IP-compatible device connectivity for virtually any multi-facility energy monitoring and management networking requirement, including presentment of electricity, gas, water, and other metered parameters.” 

Web-Mon affords multiple users access to key energy data and usage patterns critical in today’s energy intensive environments.  The ability to view usage on demand either on-site or remotely allows energy managers and others to easily stay on top of energy conservation programs, green building initiatives or overall efficiency analysis.  Whether the need is for one-page dashboards, energy profiles or raw interval data, E-Mon’s Web-Mon solutions are the answer.

Web-Mon Enterprise’s expanded functionality and flexibility derives from a number of new features:

  • Hardware platform includes: AMCC PowerPC 440 @ 524MHz processor with math co-processor; 256MB SDRAM and 128MB Serial Flash; real-time clock; battery back up and AC power transformer;
  • Modbus TCP/IP communications with Class 3000 and Class 5000 E-Mon D-Mon meters equipped with  Modbus TCP/IP communications option;
  • Displayed parameters include: electrical consumption (kWh), peak demand (kW), power factor, Volts, Amps by phase and VARs;
  • Carbon footprint dashboard displays CO2, SO2, NoX and other calculations for each meter;
  • User alerts are emailed when daily kW/kWh usage alarm setpoints are exceeded;
  • Stores and displays data from today, previous seven days and previous 30 days;
  • Internal memory stores up to 36 days of 15-minute interval data;
  • Pulse-enabled meters (gas, water, etc.) offer direct connection to the Aux1 and/or Aux2 ports of the Class 3000 and Class 5000 meters;
  • Up to two gas, water or other pulse output meters per E-Mon (Class 5000) meter are readable on separate meter dashboards;
  • Current weather info and one-day forecast displayed on home meter page; records five-day weather conditions from local NOAA website;
  • Normalization feature compares usage by square foot for the user’s own facility versus regional averages around the country;
  • Trend Builder feature allows users to drag and drop select data for specified meters and time periods to create charts; displays comparison of all recorded parameters by meter;
  • CSV files are exportable to Microsoft Excel® or Adobe PDF® formats;
  • Two Ethernet ports 10/100 Mbps (RJ-45); supports static IP addresses;
  • UL, CE, C-UL, CSA and FCC agency listings.
 

For more information or a free demo, contact E-Mon at (800) 334-3666 or visit www.emon.com.

About E-Mon

Established in 1981, E-Mon is the industry leader in solid-state electronic kilowatt-hour submeters, automatic meter reading software and other energy management products and services. Almost 500,000 E-Mon products are installed worldwide for tenant billing, cost allocation, demand side management, energy conservation and load profiling across the spectrum of commercial, industrial, institutional, governmental and multi-family residential facilities. E-Mon is an active member of the Federal Energy Management Program task force, Alliance to Save Energy, Association of Energy Engineers, U.S. Green Building Council and other organizations. For further information, visit: www.emon.com

Company Contact:

Suzy Abbott, Marketing Manager

E-Mon

850 Town Center Drive

Langhorne, PA 19047

Toll Free: 800-334-3666

Main: 215-752-0601; Fax: -3094

Email: info@emon.com

URL: www.emon.com