Harvesting TIC sensor – LoRaWAN
The Harvesting TIC sensor is an autonomous sensor. It allows the transfer of customer tele-information (TIC) from the low power electric / electronic meters of private individuals and industrial premises to a remote server via a public or private LoRaWAN™ communication network. It turns the meter into an object connected to the Internet.
Different versions available:
- LoRaWAN™, Class A
- Easy to install and use
– PTSM connector for the TIC signal
– DIN rail 1U
- Fully self-powered
- Transmission of up to 2 data frames per minute
- Compatible with electric meters:
– Blue (CBEMM, CBEMM-ICC)
– Yellow (CJE)
– Emerald (ICE)
- Differential data compression
- Use case: tracking electricity consumption.
- Telemetry, energy management.
- Real time monitoring of energy consumption provided by ENEDIS meters.
- Intermediate billing.
- In solar energy production, separate reporting of usage and generation potential.
- Load curve retrieval at 10-minute point.
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