How it works
When the sensor is affixed to the meter’s enclosure and the radio module is activated, the data collection process commences. The information is sent from the sensor to the radio module in the form of pulses, where the pulse count directly corresponds to the number of revolutions of the water meter’s hand or a multiple thereof.
This information transmission is facilitated by a specialized 1.5-meter cable with a PY07-6 connector.
All data collected is securely stored in the non-volatile memory of the radio module and is automatically relayed to the server of the resource provider at specified intervals through the LoRaWAN network.
Upon reaching the server, the data undergoes processing by the metering system, resulting in the generation of visible readings. This comprehensive process enables the supplier to monitor and analyze resource consumption in real-time.
- Sensor model – Jooby Aquaris SNS WIAP01 100
- Water meter model – Apator JS Master +
- Pulse coefficient – 1 pulse per 10 liter
- Operating temperature – 1 °C … 60 °C