Portland-based Obvius Acquired By Leviton

By Portland Business Journal

Electrical device maker Leviton Manufacturing Company said Monday it has purchased Portland-based Obvius, which makes hardware for collecting data on energy use by buildings.

Leviton, based in Melville, N.Y., said Obviusâ¿¿ products fit well with the energy management systems it produces to help building operators conserve energy. The Obvius sensors monitor electric, water, gas, environmental and renewable energy use, translating the data into useful information accessible by a buildingâ¿¿s owner or operator via the Internet.

Read the complete story at Sustainable Business Oregon.

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