LoRaWAN radio module with external connection sensors for various types of meters. The radio module is specifically designed to automatically read four distinct categories of meters simultaneously: it can be employed for gas, electricity, heat, and water meters.

The installation process of the radio module follows this step-by-step approach: firstly, the device is affixed to the wall in proximity to the accounting devices. Subsequently, the meters are connected to the JOOBY OMNI RM 4PU 204 EU, and the mobile application activates the radio module. During the installation, it is possible to modify the default reading frequency and specify the desired time interval; users have the flexibility to choose options ranging from once per hour to once per day.

The JOOBY OMNI RM 4PU 204 EU comes equipped with intelligent sensors that enable the device to gather meter readings. Additionally, the radio module maintains a record of any unauthorized attempts to interfere with its operation. The device transmits all the gathered data via the LoRaWAN wireless network to the base stations, from where it is further relayed to the server and made accessible to the resource provider.

The radio module is linked to meters featuring pulse outputs through the use of a JOOBY CONNECTOR cable, which is not provided as part of the package. The device runs on a 8.5 Ah battery.

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How it works

The radio module needs to be installed and activated within the installer application before it becomes operational. Once activated, it is ready for use. At the designated frequency, the radio module records the readings of the connected meters and securely stores this data in non-volatile memory.

Using the established settings, the device transmits this data to the server at scheduled intervals via the LoRaWAN wireless network. This entire process of recording and transmitting data is completely automated, ensuring that suppliers receive accurate information promptly and according to the predetermined schedule.

The radio module is powered by an integrated battery. Its overall lifespan varies from 5 to 15 years, contingent on the frequency at which the readings are transmitted.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
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