Partnership integrates mSure technology into electric meters

November 08, 2019 //By Ally Winning
Analog Devices will collaborate with Lithuanian company Elgama-Elektronika to help design electricity meters using ADI’s mSure diagnostics technology.
Analog Devices will collaborate with Lithuanian company Elgama-Elektronika to help design electricity meters using ADI’s mSure diagnostics technology.

mSure technology will assist utilities remotely monitor the accuracy of their meters in the field to allow a longer working life and reduce meter sample testing costs. In addition, the technology will help provide the information to help identify different types of meter tampers.

In combination with an analytics service, mSure directly monitors meter accuracy and reports data back on individual meter health, helping to identify both malfunctioning meters and more electricity tamper cases. Raw data generated by mSure-enabled meters is provided to and processed by a cloud-based analytics service, allowing utilities to run reports on their entire meter population at desired intervals.

More information

https://www.analog.com/msure

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