Collects data from QBrick™ and miniQloset™ meters via wired or wireless (QRadio) connections.
Quadlogic Controls is thrilled to announce the latest revision of Quadlogic’s data collector, the QTao™ G2 Data Hub. This revision adds compatibility with the new miniQloset multi-channel electric meter and the ability to read from up to 480 metering points.
Product details here (PDF).
Quadlogic's High Density Revenue-Grade Electric Meter Designed for Residential Applications
Quadlogic Controls is thrilled to announce the miniQloset™ — a multi-tenant electrical submeter designed specifically for in-panel residential metering.
The miniQloset's compact design and increased meter point capacity make the miniQloset™ the ideal solution for in-panel residential metering in locations with limited space. The miniQloset™ has two configurations for monitoring 24 x 2-phase circuits or 16 x 3-phase circuits.
The miniQloset™ is compatible with our QBrick™ product line.
Product details here.
Acquisition Makes Metergy the Number One Submetering Provider in NY and One of the Largest Submetering Providers in North America
On July 20th, 2022, Metergy Solutions closed the acquisition of Quadlogic Controls Corporation. This acquisition makes Metergy the number one submetering provider in New York and one of the largest submetering providers in North America.
Together, the complementary electric submeter product lines from both Quadlogic and Triacta Power Solutions (a wholly owned subsidiary of Metergy) give Metergy a scalable platform to drive continued innovation in the services and solutions we offer our clients.For more information about the transaction, refer to this press release.
For more information about Metergy Solutions, see www.metergysolutions.com.
Microgrids are self-sufficient, low-voltage energy distribution systems that consume and produce electricity autonomously from the greater electricity transmission grid.
Microgrids are self-sufficient, low-voltage energy distribution systems that consume and produce electricity autonomously from the greater electricity transmission grid. These systems comprise a series of managed electric loads such as lighting loads; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); elevators; and electric vehicles among other things. They also include distributed power sources like small scale wind turbines, Solar PV, hydrogen fuel cells, geothermal, heat pumps, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) or Co-Gen, as well as battery storage. Microgrids typically serve a small geographic community independent from the transmission grid, known as being in “island mode.” This is due to the technical, financial, and regulatory difficulties associated with pricing and maintaining electricity flow between the microgrid and the larger public grid. That being said, microgrids can also be connected to the public grid through a “grid-connected mode”, which means there is the potential for a two-way flow of power.
Microgrids are becoming increasingly commonplace in North America. They have shed their niche appeal, migrating from the pioneering edges of society and into urban centers as self-reliant enclaves of technological dynamism and climate resilience. These forays mark a rapid transformation in how cities generate, supply, and distribute electricity. They also demonstrate a change in how business leaders, community architects, building owners and facility managers think about electricity consumption and pricing. However, the growing prominence of microgrids is not only powered by ESG investments or progressive government policy, but also by leaps in IoT innovation.
Smart meters are becoming the bedrock for measuring and managing the complex data streams associated with energy production and consumption in microgrids. By disaggregating loads by end-use, smart meters provide detailed information regarding the microgrid community’s energy profile and recorded consumption. All that data can then be processed and organized using an energy data hub, which in turn enables microgrid managers and building owners to engage in energy management. Moreover, active grid management using smart metering data can make it easier to match onsite energy production with energy use. This translates to less energy wasted, fewer dollars spent and more system resilience. By balancing energy production with consumption, the microgrid will not only operate more efficiently, it will also be more flexible and better equipped to handle dips in power output.
From a supplier standpoint, the IoT integration of smart metering and microgrids makes it easier to remotely collect energy data for billing. This is because new advanced revenue-grade smart meters allow building owners and billing companies to pull real-time meter reads to generate accurate and reliable invoices. This plays a big role in ensuring the microgrid not only avoids unseen technical and nontechnical losses, but also that it stays financially viable by keeping the cost of providing energy services low.
Energy digitization, automation and intelligent IoT driven microgrids may seem like far off fantasies, but in reality, they drive a lot of today’s innovations in energy infrastructure. By supporting the deployment of microgrids that utilize smart meters and IoT, we not only benefit from having accurate, reliable, and affordable energy services, but also from clean, sustainable, and climate-resilient communities.
Quadlogic Controls is pleased to announce that its new revenue-grade meters, QBrick 4™ and QBrick 1™, have been approved by California Weights and Measures
Quadlogic Controls is pleased to announce that its new revenue-grade meters, QBrick 4™ and QBrick 1™, have been approved by California Weights and Measures.Quadlogic Controls is dedicated to achieving the highest standard regarding the safety and quality of our electric meters. The Division of Measurement Standards (DMS), the enforcer of California weights and measures laws and regulations, approved the QBrick4 and QBrick1 after the devices passed a rigorous series of tests and inspections. The tests confirmed the accuracy and appropriate use in California of QBrick4 as a multi-channel revenue-grade 3-phase residential electric meter and QBrick1 as a single-channel revenue-grade 3-phase residential electric meter. Both devices are now available throughout the United States. For inquiries regarding purchasing the QBrick4 and QBrick1 and the rest of Quadlogic’s new metering and communications system, please reach out to us at email@example.com or call us at +1 (212) 930-9300.
IQ2 to be Discontinued, Replaced by Quadlogic's New Database Platform QView
IQ2 will be discontinued, all service and access to this product will end after December 31st, 2021. While Quadlogic is no longer selling this product, a paid support option will be available for requests by current users until December 31st, 2021. IQ2 can be replaced by Quadlogic's new database platform, QView. If you have any questions regarding support rates and requests for IQ2, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in transitioning to a QView account, please contact email@example.com.
Maryland' Public Service Commission has Approved QBrick™ 6 For Billing in the the State of Maryland
Quadlogic is pleased to announce that its new revenue-grade residential electric meter, QBrick™ 6, has been approved by the Maryland Public Service Commission (Maryland PSC).
Quadlogic is dedicated to achieving the highest standards regarding the quality, safety, and security of its electric meters. Maryland PSC is the public utilities commission of the Maryland state government; it regulates and administers the activities of the electric, gas, water, sewage, and telecommunication industries. Quadlogic is excited to receive Maryland PSC approval for its newest revenue-grade residential electric meter. Maryland PSC is a national leader in regulatory excellence and is respected internationally as one of the most rigorous metering standards. Maryland PSC approval is highly sought after for anyone who wants to sell into Maryland.
The QBrick™ 6 is available now throughout the United States for purchase and installation. For inquiries regarding the QBrick™ 6 and the rest of Quadlogic’s exciting new metering and communications system, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +1 (212) 930-9300.
Quadlogic Mourns the Passing of Michael Schuit, One of our Four Founder
Quadlogic sadly notes the passing of our friend Michael Schuit, one of our four founders and an original "Quad".
An electrical engineer, Mike was instrumental in establishing Quadlogic as the leading provider of digital electric submetering systems and billing services. Experienced in controls and an engineer with Flack & Kurtz, Mike tirelessly met with engineering firms to have QLC systems specified for many prestigious NYC high-rise projects. He contributed to the design and functionality of our meter systems through several evolutions, to meet engineering, regulatory, and application requirements. Mike also trained sales and technical associates, and was always available to solve technical and application issues. It was a privilege to know and work with Mike, and he will be missed.
Quadlogic expresses our sincere condolences to his family.
Quadlogic VP of Technology, Thomas George, is Presenting at 2020 AEE World Virtual Energy Conference & Expo
Quadlogic Controls is pleased to announce that our VP of Technology, Thomas George is presenting at the 2020 AEE World Virtual Energy Conference & Expo. The 2020 virtual event takes place online December 1st-4th and covers the latest industry innovations in Energy and Sustainable Development. We encourage all our friends and colleagues to check out Tom’s presentation on Smarter Buildings with Better Data, which seeks to educate viewers about improvements in data collection and IoT integration in buildings. Also don’t miss its release in the on-demand library at https://world.aeecenter.org/collections/all-speakers
For more information or to attend the #AEEWorld Virtual Energy Conference, please visit https://world.aeecenter.org/pages/energy-conference
Quadlogic Has joined the “The Grid”, a New Network for the Urban Innovation Community of New York City
Quadlogic Controls is pleased to announce that it has joined the “The Grid”, a new network for the urban innovation community of New York City supported by Urbantech NYC and CIV:LAB.
“The Grid” is a New York City-based community network connecting businesses, startups, universities, government agencies, incubators/accelerators, investors, non-profits, and civil society organizations dedicated to finding new ways to improve New York City. We are excited to join a diverse and expanding group of over 100 organizations from around New York City who are looking to pool perspectives, resources, ande xpertise towards innovating in the urban tech landscape. Quadlogic Controls looks forward to working together with the other members of “The Grid” to helpdeliver solutions to the challenges facing New York City.
To learn more about “The Grid”, how Quadlogic Controls is working to improve energy efficiency in New York City or about Quadlogic’s exciting new metering and communications systems, please go to our website www.quadlogic.comor reach out to us either at email@example.com or at +1 (212) 930-9300.
Quadlogic's QBrick 6 Has Been Approved by Both the New York State Department of Public Service and Measurement Canada.
Quadlogic Controls is pleased to announce that its new revenue-grade residential electric meter, QBrick 6, has been approved by both the New York State Department of Public Service (DPS) and Measurement Canada.
Quadlogic Controls is dedicated to achieving the highest standards for the quality, safety, and security of its electric meters. New York’s DPS is the public utilities commission of New York state’s government and is nationally respected as requiring highly rigorous metering standards. As a proud New York City-based submetering company, Quadlogic is excited to receive department approval for its newest revenue-grade residential electric meter, QBrick 6. Almost simultaneously, the QBrick 6 has also been approved by Measurement Canada, a special operating agency of the Government of Canada, also widely regarded as holding to the most stringent standards of metrology.
The QBrick6 is available now throughout the United States for purchase and installation. For inquiries regarding the QBrick 6 and the rest of Quadlogic’s electrifying new metering and communications system, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at +1 (212) 930-9300
Quadlogic's RSM5 and RSM5c to be discontinued in the US
Support, Service and Repair
• QLC will offer Remote (phone or email) Technical Support, On-Site Field Service and RMA Repair for the RSM5 and RSM5c until September 1, 2025
• All RSM5 and RSM5c meters come with a hardware warranty for 5 years from the original ship date
• Warranty and non-warranty RMA Repair of RSM5 and RSM5c will be available until September 1, 2025
If you have any questions, please contact one of our sales representatives or visit www.quadlogic.com
Quadlogic Controls QBrick 6 has been Approved by California Weights and Measures for Revenue Billing Applications
Quadlogic Controls is pleased to announce that its new revenue-grade residential electric meter, QBrick 6, has been approved by California Weights and Measures.
Quadlogic Controls is dedicated to achieving the highest standards regarding the quality and safety of our electric meters. California’s Division of Measurement Standards (DMS), the authority overseeing the applicable laws and regulations, approved the QBrick 6 after a series of tests and inspections confirming its accuracy and suitability as a revenue-grade 2-phase residential electric meter in the state of
The QBrick 6 is available now throughout the United States for purchase and installation. For inquiries regarding the QBrick 6 and the rest of Quadlogic’s exciting new metering and communications system, please reach out to us at email@example.com or call us at +1 (212) 930-9300.