SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC USA, INC.
This project will integrate the water and gas meter data into the existing Schneider Electric ION7650 metering enclosure installed adjacent to the main switchgear in the Byrne Green Building in Philadelphia, PA. This includes
configuring the meters and the Region 3 ION Enterprise Server to collect and display the utility usage data on the main Schneider Electric server in Washington.
This is a turn-key project. All Hardware, software, installation, and commissioning shall be performed by Schneider Electric, with the assistance of Green Energy Controls, who is acting as the installation sub-contractor. General Services Administration
shall be responsible for coordinating access and outages with Green Energy Controls for the installation portion of this work.
Gas Meters: There are two gas meters for the boiler. Both are outside the building approximately 150ft from the electric room. An environmentally safe relay module will provide a dry contact pulse output from the gas meter. This relay module will be provided, installed, and connected to the Advanced Metering enclosure in the building electrical room. Conduit will be used in the ?Gas House?, mechanical and electrical rooms. Plenum rated wire can be installed in corridors and above any drop ceilings as required.
Water Meters: There are two water meters in separate locations. The 7th Street main is located in a mechanical room and the 6th Street main is located in the parking garage. Both locations have Badger Recordall Turbo 3500 Meters with Itron ERW-1008-501 wireless readers for the utility. A new ultrasonic water meter will be provided, installed and connected to the Advanced Metering enclosure in the building electrical room. Conduit will be used in the mechanical and electrical rooms, plenum rated wire can be installed in corridors and above any drop ceilings as required.
Custom Graphics screens will be updated or created to display the usage data of each metered utility.
A Trend of each metered utility for the building showing the usage data.
A Network Diagram for the Advanced Metering System in the building will be provided that shows the major components and the connections required to the Advanced Meters as well as the connection to the General Services Administration Network.