At DENT Instuments we take great pride in the design and manufacture of industry-leading power meters, submeters, and current sensors. Our products are an integral part of comprehensivve energy reduction strategies in commercial, industrial, and retail environments. Watch our introductory video to learn more about our design process and the markets we serve.
At DENT Instruments, we take great pride in the design and manufacture of industry-leading power meters, sub meters, and current sensors. Our products are an integral part of comprehensive energy reduction strategies in commercial, industrial, and retail environments. Watch our introductory video to learn more about our design process and the markets we serve.
Identify inefficiencies, meet performance goals, and gain powerful insight with DENT submeters. Permanently monitor discrete building power systems such as HVAC or lighting. Real-time energy data is communicated using industry-standard Modbus or BACnet.
Our industry-leading monitoring instruments are indispensable for energy audits, load studies, and other temporary projects. Measure Energy consumption or time-of-use in commercial, industrial, or institutional settings. Obtain baseline data critical for facility maintenance and upgrades.
DENT current transformers are designed for applications that require maximum accuracy and precision. The superior performance and robust design make them ideal for installation in energy & demand metering, tenant submetering, and load survey applications.
One of the fastest ways to start saving on building and equipment costs is to perform an energy audit to identify savings opportunities, but that can be easier said than done. Our easy-to-follow guidelines will keep you on track during your next metering project. Includes a printable checklist!
Do you need help choosing the right equipment for your project? Or maybe you need technical help on a DENT product you already own? Share details below and we will be in touch within one business day. Remember that product manuals and specifications can also be found in our Technical Library.