JOOBY OMNI RM 4PU 205 EU
LoRaWAN radio module with external connection sensors for various types of meters
The radio module is designed for the automatic reading of four different types of meters at the same time: the device can be used for gas, electricity, heat, and water meters.
It is recommended to install the device on a flat surface as close as possible to the accounting devices. After connecting to the meters, the radio module must be activated in the installer’s mobile application. During the installation, you can change the standard data reading frequency settings and set the ones that are convenient for the customer. The device software allows you to choose the value of this indicator from once an hour to once a day.
The JOOBY OMNI RM 4PU 205 EU’s smart sensors record the readings of accounting devices and also respond to any attempts of unauthorized interference in its operation. The radio module sends this information via the LoRaWAN wireless network to the software, where the resource provider or management company can access the data.
The JOOBY OMNI RM 4PU 205 EU can be used to collect data from 4 different or similar meters with pulse outputs, which are connected to the device using the JOOBY CONNECTOR cable. The device runs on two batteries with a capacity of 8.5 Ah.
*LoRaWAN is a registered trademark of Semtech Corporation.
- Remote data collection from all metering points
- Data transmission frequency customized
- Average lifetime 10 years (1 data transfer per day)*
- Message alert battery charge
- Installation up to 5 minutes
After the installer has installed and activated the radio module in the app, the device starts collecting meter readings from all connected meters. The radio module saves the data in non-volatile memory, then sends it to the server at a set frequency via the LoRaWAN wireless network. The data becomes available in the software, allowing suppliers to receive timely and accurate information about consumed resources.
The radio module is powered by an integrated battery. The device can operate autonomously for 5 to 15 years, depending on the data transmission frequency.