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  • Remote Reading Water Meter

  • Product Description
  • With touch based AMR, a meter reader carries a handheld computer or data collection device with a wand or probe. The device automatically collects the readings from a meter by touching or placing the read probe in close proximity to a reading coil enclosed in the touchpad.

  • Model : AMR remote reading water meter

When a button is pressed, the probe sends an interrogate signal to the touch module to collect the meter reading. The software in the device matches the serial number to one in the route database, and saves the meter reading for later download to a billing or data collection computer. Since the meter reader still has to go to the site of the meter, this is sometimes referred to as "on-site" AMR. Another form of contact reader uses a standardized infrared port to transmit data. Protocols are standardized between manufacturers by such documents as ANSI C12.18 or IEC 61107.

Automatic meter reading

Automatic meter reading, or AMR, is the technology of automatically collecting consumption, diagnostic, and status data from water meter or energy metering devices (gas, electric) and transferring that data to a central database for billing, troubleshooting, and analyzing. This technology mainly saves utility providers the expense of periodic trips to each physical location to read a meter. Another advantage is that billing can be based on near real-time consumption rather than on estimates based on past or predicted consumption. This timely information coupled with analysis can help both utility providers and customers better control the use and production of electric energy, gas usage, or water consumption.

AMR technologies include handheld, mobile and network technologies based on telephony platforms (wired and wireless), radio frequency (RF), or powerline transmission.

The benefits of smart metering for the utility.

1. Accurate meter reading, no more estimates

2. Improved billing

3. Accurate profile classes and measurement classes, true costs applied

4. Improved security and tamper detection for equipment

5. Energy management through profile data graphs

6. Less financial burden correcting mistakes

7. Less accrued expenditure

8. Transparency of “cost to read” metering

9. Improved procurement power though more accurate data - “de-risking” price

10. In cases of shortages, utility will be able to manage/allocate supply.

The benefits of smart metering for the customer.

  • Improved billing and tacking of usage.

Benefits of advanced metering

Advanced metering systems can provide benefits for utilities, retail providers and customers. Benefits will be recognized by the utilities with increased efficiencies, outage detection, tamper notification and reduced labor cost as a result of automating reads, connections and disconnects. Retail providers will be able to offer new innovative products in addition to customizing packages for their customers. In addition, with the meter data being readily available, more flexible billing cycles would be available to their customers instead of following the standard utility read cycles. With timely usage information available to the customer, benefits will be seen through opportunities to manage their energy consumption and change from one REP to another with actual meter data. Because of these benefits, many utilities are moving towards implementing some types of AMR solutions.


In many cases, Smart Metering is required by law, with Pennsylvania's Act 129 (2008) an example.

Pre-equipped pulse output



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