How it works
When the radio module is turned on, the sensor instantly begins to read data about water use. The radio module receives the data as counted pulses, the number of which is equal to or more than the number of revolutions of the water meter’s hand.
A cable with a PY07-6 connection that is 1.5 meters long is used to transmit the data.
The permanent memory of the radio module houses all of the data that is received from the sensor. The device then uses the LoRaWAN network to send this data, at predetermined intervals, to the resource provider’s server.
The system converts the incoming data into a format that the resource provider can view and use for administration panel-based monitoring, analysis, and management.
- Sensor model – Jooby Aquaris SNS WISC01 100
- Water meter model – Schloesser
ETW-MFS-ECO (Art.No 25102, 25103)
- Pulse coefficient – 1 pulse per 100 liter
- Operating temperature – 1 °C … 60 °C