LANGHORNE, PA — July 1, 2013 — E-Mon, the electric submetering market leader and manufacturer of the widely installed E-Mon D-Mon® product line, announces that several models in the company's advanced meter family were certified by independent testing labs to have met or exceeded equipment interoperability guidelines of two of the industry's leading standards agencies—BACnet Testing Laboratory and LonWorks. Applicable metering devices include E-Mon's advanced Class 3200, 3400, 5000, Green Class Net Meter, Din-Mon and Interval Data Recorders. These E-Mon D-Mon series metering products are designed for a variety of energy monitoring apps, including integrating facility electrical equipment and systems with widely used building automation system protocols. "Our advanced meters are now BACnet BTL and LonMark listed as being fully interoperable with third-party devices designed to those leading standards," said Don Millstein, President. "These designations will not only open doors for E-Mon's advanced meters in building automation market, but will also increase brand equity and customer confidence with system integrators and other segments in which proven conformance to testing agency guidelines is becoming increasingly important to equipment suppliers."
E-Mon's advanced metering products — Class 3200, 3400, 5000, Green Class Net Meter, Din-Mon and IntervalData Recorders — were tested by independent labs and certified for listing with: BACnet BTL —an independent BACnet Testing Laboratory (BTL) certifies that the aforementioned E-Mon products have passed a series of rigorous tests that verified correct implementation of the BACnet features claimed in the listing. The BTL mark is becoming an increasingly common job-bidding requirement in today's sustainable facility environment. LonWorks—the LonMark symbol certifies that tested devices meet compatibility and interoperability requirements for LonWorks which, along with BACnet, is one of the two leading building automation system protocols in the U.S.
About E-MonEstablished 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. Over 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 was acquired in 2010 by Honeywell Environmental and Combustion Controls (ECC), which operates under Honeywell's Automation and Controls Solutions business group. E-Mon continues as 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.