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ReliaGear Lighting Panelboards AMP1

ReliaGear® lighting panelboards with an AMP1 Integrated Power and Energy Meter connect with a building automation system to monitor key electrical parameters of the main power coming into the panelboard. AMP1 provides a detailed consumption report ideal for tenant billing and cost allocation helping improve efficiency and control costs. Furthermore, ReliaGear Lighting Panelboards with AMP1 Integrated Power and Energy Meter feature Formula A2 and Tmax XT circuit breakers as mains and sub-feeds in the RQ, RE, and RS to experience Xtreme Performance.


  • Improve energy efficiency and help reduce costs
  • Maximum reliability and security
  • 5-year warranty on metering equipment
  • Earn points towards LEED Certification


  • LEED measurement & verification points
  • Data logging option to c and safeguards during power failures
  • User-enabled password protection
  • Backlit LCD Display
  • Communicates Modbus RTU or bacnet, a versatile and widely used protocol
  • Flexible UL design allows for multiple mounting configurations. Configure inside the lighting panel or purchase separately to externally mount to the wall. See selection guide.

Technical specifications

  • Solutions up to 800A
  • Revenue Grade, ANSI 12.20 0.5% accuracy
  • Submeter 1% system accuracy

Certifications, classifications and standards

  • UL 67 panelboards; UL 50 cabinets and boxes
  • UL 489 molded case circuit breakers
  • cUL listing for ReliaGear lighting panelboards and non-entrance panelboards
  • International Building Code Seismic Certification
  • California Building Code Seismic Certification
  • NEMA PB1
  • National Electrical Code – Ref. Article 384
  • ISO Certification 9001
  • IEC Class 1 metering accuracy
  • ASHARE 90.1 compliance


ReliaGear lighting panelboards with the AMP1 integrated power and energy meter are the safe, smart, sustainable solution for applications where energy monitoring is critical to reduce costs , improve energy efficiency and safeguard during power failures such as:

  • Commercial submetering
  • Educational and institutional facilities
  • Condominiums & apartment complexes
  • Storage units & parking garages
  • Retail stores
  • Healthcare facilities
  • Data centers
  • Infrastructure projects
  • Large industrial complexes