How it works
Upon the sensor’s installation on the water meter’s housing, the process of data collection begins. This data is received by the radio module in the form of counted pulses, where the pulse count directly corresponds to the number of revolutions of the water meter’s hand or a multiple thereof.
All the information obtained from the sensor is securely stored in the non-volatile memory of the radio module. The device then transmits this data to the server of the resource provider through the LoRaWAN network at specific time intervals. The system further converts this data into metrics that the resource provider can monitor, analyze, and manage via the administration panel.
- Sensor model – Jooby Aquaris SNS WIAP02 100
- Water meter model – Apator JS Smart +
- Pulse coefficient – 1 pulse per 1 liter
- Operating temperature – 1 °C … 60 °C