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Smart Meters

In a Networked Energy Services (NES) smart grid system, each meter uses power line (or optional RF) signaling to communicate with its peers in a meshed network. The smart meter and device network share a single IP connection to a utility's WAN backhaul, either through a distributed control node, or an IP-enabled meter.

 

Each meter provides a comprehensive set of energy services when operating within the NES system. Some of these services are: automated two-way meter reading, power quality measurement, remote electronic disconnect and local physical reconnect, distribution system asset optimization, outage detection and restoration management, blackout and brownout detection, comprehensive revenue protection, real-time direct load control, and more.

  • IEC CT Smart Meter
    Monitors energy at the distribution transformer for loss and theft detection and communicates using IEC standard protocols.

    IEC Single Phase Smart Meter
    Single phase revenue-grade features for residential and small commercial customers.

    IEC Poly Phase Smart Meter
    Poly phase revenue-grade features for residential and small commercial customers.

    ANSI Smart Meters
    Revenue-grade features and ANSI standard communications protocols.