TheMeterDisplay™, was was submitted to the Testing Laboratories of the National Council of Weights and Measures for evaluation within the context of its National Type Evaluation Program (NTEP). NTEP Certification provides confidence that a device will be manufactured in accordance with United States standards, as adopted by NCWM and published in Handbook 44. We are Read More →

SCADAmetrics® is pleased to introduce the industry’s most revolutionary remote display for water meters – ever! Not just ‘a’ meter display – TheMeterDisplay™! Our economical, USA-Made remote display offers every feature one could ever wish for! – including the ability to work in conjunction with a co-connected AMI/AMR endpoint! In the past, water meter owners Read More →

The Honeywell (Elster) evoQ4 is a very popular magnetic flow meter in use throughout North America.  It is available with an Absolute Encoder Output signal, pulse signal, or both.  At time of purchase, the AMR encoder signal may be specified as either “Elster K-Frame” protocol or “Sensus” protocol. If you would like to connect an Read More →

The Universal Duplexer is powered by a single, user-replaceable, made-in-the-USA, CR123A lithium cell. We presently power with either an Energizer(NYSE:ENR, St. Louis MO)-brand cell (EL123AP) or a Panasonic-brand cell. The design of the Universal Duplexer is optimized for battery efficiency.  First, CMOS switching technology was leveraged to ensure that the idle-mode current draw is less Read More →

SCADAmetrics’ introduction of its new line of water meter signal duplexers— the Universal Duplexer for AMI and the AMI Duplexer for SCADA — has introduced a new term into the water metering industry lexicon: “Co-Metering”. Co-Metering describes two (or more) interested parties accessing a single water meter, each using their respective meter-reading equipment in parallel — Read More →

SCADAmetrics is pleased to introduce a technique that fosters meter-reading harmony between a water utility and its major commercial & industrial customers… The vast majority of Water Utility customers consist of homes, apartments, and small businesses. However, within every water district there exist a set of customers who, due to the size or nature of Read More →

Regional Water Utilities deliver and sell wholesale water to their Satellite Districts through networks of distribution mains and custody transfer meters.  The consumption data from these custody transfer meters — the “cash registers”, so to speak — are of vital interest to both parties; and regulations generally require that their readings be collected daily — Read More →