AUTOMATIC METER READING
fixed network AMI advanced metering system employs high-powered
meter transmitters in conjunction with an easy-to-deploy network
of receivers to bring daily meter data right to the utility's desktop.
To make data capture even easier, the GALAXY system allows the use
of multiple network backhaul options, providing additional flexibility,
security, and reliability.
Meter offers three AMR/AMI hardware solutions for water and gas
utilities as part of the ORION product family. These proven hardware
solutions are all part of a comprehensive Advanced Metering Analytics
integrated family of products for water and gas AMR is the ITRON
system, incorporating the lasted RF technology. There are good reasons
why it has more installed units in North American than any other
- its field-proven performance, reliability, and flexibility.
close proximity meter reading system is dependable, tried, and true.
It's a versatile and economical solution that provides simple and
reliable meter reading for thousands of utilities.
Disc: The preferred
choice for small to intermediate service applications, the Recordall
family of Disc Series meters meet or exceed AWWA C700 and C710 standards.
Strength" Performance. Recordall Turbo Series Meters are the
smart choice for larger facilities, including hotels, apartment
buildings, commercial and industrial buildings, manufacturing and
processing plants, irrigation centers, and refining operations.
The Turbo's no-nonsense performance will reduce your day-to-day
maintenance and replacement costs, while capturing every billable
penny through greater accuracy and efficiency.
System Revenue Protection. When you're metering a well-populated
building such as a hospital, university, apartment complex, or a
busy industrial or processing facility, you're concerned about rapid
and wide changes in water demand. Recordall Compound Series meters
combine two Recordall metering systems in one innovative package
- our Disc Series positive displacement chamber for low flow, and
our Turbo Series measuring element for measuring high flow. Our
new compound design has not only eliminated the need for a trigger
valve, but has all but eliminated the crossover accuracy concern
As the sentinels of our vital fire protection systems, Recordall Fire
Series meters (FSMA) and assemblies (FSAA) are built to provide big
performance, whether they are used in a secondary line dedicated to
fire protection alone, or as part of a primary, multi-use system providing
fire service protection, and potable water for domestic and/or industrial
Thanks to a wide variety of size configurations, liner materials and
connection options, you can use Badger Meter mag meters just about
anywhere - on potable meter lines, in fluids with suspended solids
and in a wide range of commercial and industrial applications that
require exacting liquid measurement.
Many businesses today - landscape service companies, construction
and pool contractors, for example - often need a temporary source
of water, and they are willing to pay for it. Now you can tap into
this lucrative market with Badger's innovative fire hydrant meters.
Your customer simply attaches your portable meter and a hose to an
idle fire hydrant and your cash flow begins, every gallon adding new
revenue to your bottom line.
Recordall Transmitter Register: The RTR is the main link for all of
Badger's meter reading technologies, as well a the Connectivity Solution
of choice in hundreds of mixed-technology systems. Amazingly flexible,
featuring a non-proprietary protocol and very low power requirements,
RTRs provide years of reliable, accurate readings for a variety of
applications - including pit and indoor systems.
Absolute Digital Encoder: The ADE is intended for utilities with existing
investments in remote meter reading technologies using ASCII communications
protocols. Designed with connectivity to leading AMR solutions, the
ADE utilizes non-contact state-of-the-art Light Emitting Diode (LED)
technology to provide a full six-digit reading, while at the same
time eliminating friction and wear of traditional mechanical encoders.