Automatic Meter Reader – AMR 600

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

Electronet series AMR 600 offers Walk by and Drive by automated reading solution for efficient data collection with fewer efforts. Integrated RF transmitter with our own water meters makes it even more reliable and Cost effective. It eliminates the need for physical access or visual inspection of water meters, allowing gathering data from meters located in places that are not easily accessible. It also eliminates the errors which are present in manual meter reading system.

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Author: Electronet Equipments Pvt Ltd

Incorporated in 1993, Electronet has emerged a key player in the Indian instrumentation and automation business. Our goal is to establish ourselves as a key player in the global arena, especially process control instruments, which cater to power plants (nuclear, thermal, wind, hydro & gas based), fertilizer plants, refineries, chemical, petro‐chemical, cement, pulp & paper, sugar, pharmaceuticals, gas, water & water treatment plants, atomic research stations, and so on.

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