Energy meters play a crucial role in the control and management of energy, offering key information for improving energy efficiency. Energy meters enable the trading of electricity and billing processes for both end users and businesses. Through energy meters, monitoring and energy consumption optimization can be achieved.
Metrology regulations such as the Measuring Instrument Directive (MID) in Europe, CTEP/NTEP in North America, secure accuracy, performance, and trustworthiness, providing a safeguard for both end users and system providers.
LEM’s energy meters can be integrated in a wide range of applications:
Whether they are integrated into trains, electric vehicles, or fast chargers, energy meters serve the role of enhancing the management and optimization of energy usage.
One of the key attributes of these meters is their ability to furnish billing data that accurately reflects actual energy consumption. LEM's energy metering solutions are at the forefront of shaping the global landscape of metering technology, influencing how energy consumption is measured and managed across various applications.
An energy meter is a device designed to measure and monitor electrical energy consumption or production. LEM develops energy metering devices to monitor electrical parameters accurately in various applications.
These meters may also have features such as data logging, communication interfaces (like RS485 or Ethernet), and integration capabilities with control systems for real-time monitoring and control.
Energy meters plays a crucial role in billing, efficiency assessment, and overall system optimization.
Using an energy meter serves several important purposes:
LEM energy meters offer several advantages, making them a perfect choice for various applications. Here are five key advantages of using LEM energy meters:
Energy meters are commonly used in 2 areas:
As energy meters incorporate metering capabilities in accordance with legal metrology standards, LEM solutions guarantee both the accuracy and trustworthiness of processed data across various applications.
LEM collaborates closely with metrology departments in numerous countries worldwide to ensure compliance with local regulations for our energy meters.
Our Direct Current Billing Meter (DCBM) is compliant with Eichrecht standards in Germany, MID (Directive 2014/32/EU), French regulations and meet North American regulations (UL).
The EM4TII and TEMA4G on-board meters for trains are according to EN 50463:2017, enabling their use in all European countries.