How it works
The module is attached to the meter body using standard fasteners and activated using a mobile app. The process takes just minutes, and removing the actual meter is unnecessary.
The radio module gathers data from the meter via a magnetic field sensor. This sensor registers the meter’s dial rotation, and each complete turn generates a pulse that is captured by the data transmission subsystem.
A magnetic field sensor records each rotation of the meter’s dial, generating a pulse for each revolution. A LoRaWAN wireless network then transmits the pulses at pre-configured intervals (from once an hour to once per day) to the supplier’s server. Therefore, the utility supplier can receive current meter readings instantaneously.
Non-volatile memory stores the collected data safely and reliably before it is transmitted. The data is retained for two months for hourly transmission intervals; for daily transmission, it is kept for an entire year.
Thanks to an integral high-capacity battery, this module can operate continuously for 5-15 years.