Genus Bi-directional Net Meter

Single Phase, Three Phase,LT/CT

Robust, Accurate and reliable

Net metering is an agreement that allows the solar PV system owner to sell excess solar energy to the utility company or buy deficit energy from the utility company using a meter to track this energy exchange.


Genus being the largest manufacturer of electricity meters, offers the grid-tied rooftop systems with net meters. The loads can run on solar power as long as there is sufficient energy available from the sun during the day. Any deficit is taken care by the main utility supply. However, if the solar energy production is in excess as compared to the load requirement at that moment, the excess energy can be either stored in the batteries (if available) or can be transferred back to the utility grid. This difference of energy is tracked and maintained in Genus Net Meter.


Bi-Directional (Net) Metering Solution

Application

  • Import-Export Electricity Measurement at interconnection points
  • Suitable for both On-Grid & Off-Grid Interconnection points
  • Net Electricity Measurement for Roof Top Solar, Wind & Other Renewable power generation sources

Benefits

  • Single Metering unit for Bi-directional Energy Measurement
  • Separate Energy Registration for Power injection & drawl from/to Grid
  • Net Energy calculation for Power credits
  • Designed & Developed, as per CEA regulation 2006
  • Accurate Energy Measurement, 1.0 accuracy class

Features

  • AMR compatible unit for local and remote communication
  • Internal Battery Back up to Display Meter Data in Power off event
  • Both kW & kVA measurement for Import & Export mode
  • History of Energy Consumption for Billing months
  • ┬áToU wise, Daily & every 30min load profile Data availability
  • Configurability feature for ToU, Demand Integration (15/30/60Min) period etc
  • Self Diagnostic facility, Anti-Tamper/Event logging
  • “Genus-Urja”, Base Computer Station Software, for user friendly Meter data display in Matrix & Graphical format
  • MIS report generation through BCS