Smart Electric Metering Solution

The critical technological problem of all smart metering technologies is communication. Each smart meter must be able to transmit the readings collected to the central data storage reliably and securely. Taking into account the variety of places and environments where meters can be used, the problem can be intimidating. The traditional smarter grid solutions propose the use of cell and pager networks, satellite, licensed radio, combination licensed and unlicensed radio like ZigBee + GPRS, and PLC (power line communication) systems. All of them either unreliable or costly.

IoT Turn -Key IoT Smart Electric Metering Solution

loT has elegantly solved communication issue and offers an effective solution for wide -area electricity consumption monitoring. It includes plug -and -play smart electric meters, radio modules, and moderns ready for integration with standard electric meters, and Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI).

Long-Range Smart Electric Metering Communication

loT offers to energy companies state of the art cost-effective metering solution with extraordinary scalabilty. They get ready -to -operate smart metering, peak and off-peak pricing, remote switching and related efforts.

No matter how extensive is the service area and how many points of control to be monitored, just plug IoT customer smart electric meters or middle node modules and watch all readings in loT Cloud interface. We worked hard to deliver reliable user-friendly solution able to receive signal within 16+ km in urban area with no repeaters or mesh topology.

Smart electricity meters transmitting readings via long-range wireless network to the server. All data can be displayed in end -user Cloud dashboard or transferred to enterprise application using API of HTTP-GET exchange data request. Standard kWh meters can be connected to network with modem using R5-232 or RS -485 interface.

Fanna Technology Utility Meter Multi-Protocol Bridge

  • Utility Meter Multi-Protocol
  • Acquire consumption and profiles
  • Meter to Gateway synchronization
  • Alert and Notification Management
  • Tariff Management
  • Supply Management
  • Secured Wireless Communication
  • Anti-Tampering Detection
  • Remote OTA Software update

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