Jim Mimlitz

Jim Mimlitz, SCADAmetrics

You have an AMI-capable water meter, and you are quite satisfied with its ability to transmit revenue-grade readings into your AMI system – but in certain situations, wouldn’t it be useful if you could collect those same revenue-grade readings into your SCADA system, as well?

The Model SDA “AMI Duplexer for SCADA Systems” was designed for that exact purpose!

Model SDA, “AMI Duplexer, SCADA-Version”

The AMI Duplexer for SCADA Systems enables the splitting of AMI signals from every major AMI-capable water meter to every major AMI/AMR/Visual endpoint in the industry – including those from Sensus, Neptune, Metron-Farnier, Kemp-Meek, Aclara, Mueller, Kamstrup, Badger, Master Meter, RG3, Zenner, Itron, Elster-AMCO, McCrometer, and many others!

SCADA Duplexer – Conceptual Illustration

The AMI Duplexer maintains all the popular functionality contained within our retired Radio-Read Filter device which led to its widespread acceptance at major water utilities throughout the United States and Canada – PLUS the additions of an attractive, compact din-rail case and a convenient removable terminal block.

It is important to note that the SDA “AMI Duplexer for SCADA Systems” is designed to only split a meter signal to a SCADAmetrics EtherMeter plus a third-party AMI device.  If signal splitting to strictly non-EtherMeter devices is desired, then the UDA “Universal Duplexer for AMI” is the recommended signal splitter.

Sample Application:

SCADA Duplexer Splitting Metering Data between Badger Orion AMI System and a SCADA System.


Are you interested in how SCADAmetrics technology can help you to eliminate pulse-counting errors and split a water meter’s encoder signal to both your AMI and SCADA systems? Give us a call! We’ll be glad to discuss the details!

Jim Mimlitz

About Jim Mimlitz

Licensed Professional Electrical Engineer @ SCADAmetrics. Specialties: Connecting Flow Meters with SCADA, Telemetry, and Building Automation Systems. Electronic Circuit Design, Software Development.

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