WaterGroup 3G SIM Loggers for monitoring systems
Telstra has announced that it will be decommissioning its 2G signal on 1 December 2016. As a result, all smart meters across Australia running on the 2G signal will stop functioning. Now is the time for users to think about upgrading their smart meters to the latest 3G technology models, which will provide futureproofing for their monitoring systems.
WaterGroup offers 3G SIM Loggers that can be used to monitor water, gas, electricity, solar and tank level. The logger comes with a vandal-proof box and has a battery life of 3–5 years. It has been in production for over 10 years and has been through several significant hardware revisions, creating a robust solution suitable for monitoring applications.
The data collected by the hardware in the field is displayed on the WaterGroup smart metering portal. This is a highly customisable user interface where data can be viewed and managed in multiple layouts and formats. Data can be manually exported as a CSV file to be opened in Excel. Automatic delivery of data can be arranged via multiple methods. A hierarchical user access allows certain users to have different levels of permissions.
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