NKE Sensor TIC PME PMI 50-70-045 EU868
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Key features highlights :
- LoRaWAN Class A device
- Easy to deploy and use
- Power Supply: 230VAC, 3.6V-24V
- Contains DIN Rail 1U
- Demand/Response mode
- Periodic/ Vacation mode
- Class IP20
- Compression of digital data before transmission
The PME PMI TIC Sensor is a LoRaWAN Class A sensor which allows the transfer of data from PME-PMI counters to a remote server using the LoRaWAN communication protocol and transforms the counter into an object connected to the internet.
There are many useful applications of this NKE device, such as:
- Energy Management
- Real Time Monitoring of power consumption for PME/ PMI Meters
The PME PMI TIC sensor recognises automatically the ERDF meter and adapts to the speed of communication. This device from NKE can decode and analyse 74 fields of the ICT flow of the PME-PMI sensors.
By using a remote server, it is possible for the user to select useful fields depending on the needs of the user.
Six different reports can be configured along with separate criteria and selections. Data can be showed separately.
Two transmission modes are available:
- Demand/ response
- Periodic and or variations of data
This sensor is delivered with a displaceable antenna when the sensor is installed in a metal cabinet. It can be powered by two distinct ways:
- Power Display (230V/ 50Hz)
- Power Supply from a continuous source of 3.6 to 24V capable od supplying 42mA
The autonomy of the ICT PME-PMI sensor is an incredible 9 years.
|Manufacturer Part number||50-70-045|
|Product Attributes||Metering, Temperature|
|RF Region||EU868 - Europe 863-870MHz|
|LoRa Class||Class A|
|Solution Represented||Smart Industries|
|Power supply||Non rechargeable battery|
|Battery specification (Wh)||14|
|Battery type||Alkaline AA|
|Lead-time if backordered (in working days)||40|
|Is available for sale||Yes|
|Lead-time if in Stock (in working days)||5|
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