Energy meter

GPM/GENERAL PULSE METER

REMOTE MONITORING OF ELECTRICITY

The GPM (GENERAL PULSE METER) is a device owned by Acotel. The device offers remote reading, measuring and monitoring of electrical energy, water and gas consumption.
Versatility of use, simplified configuration and management
Compatible with all types of meters.
Connectivity to the platform via the mobile network for data transmission.
The operation and maintenance cost of the GPM is competitive. The investment will pay for itself within a few months. The device can be installed in a few minutes and does not require the expertise of a technical specialist.
Energy meter
  • Versatility of use, simplified configuration and management

  • Compatible with all types of meters.

  • Connectivity to the platform via the mobile network for data transmission.

Energy meter

The operation and maintenance cost of the GPM is competitive. The investment will pay for itself within a few months. The device can be installed in a few minutes and does not require the expertise of a technical specialist.

SPECIFICATIONS

TECHNICAL DETAIL

DESCRIPTIONS

Custody PLASTIC container in ANSABLEND PC/ABSVO
Degree of protection IP20
Dimensions 130X60X35 mm
Operating ambient temperature -10/+40°C
Ambient storage temperature -10/+60°C
Architectural Hardware nanoWatt XLP Technology MAIN CLOCK 7,3720 Mhz RTCC CLOCK 32,768 Khz
Power supply Lithium-ion battery - Nominal voltage 3,7V - Capacity 2000mAh
Lipo battery connector MOLEX 22-03-5025
Connections for charging toroid TE CONNECTIVITY/AMP 292253-2 WIRE-BOARD CONN, RECEPTACLE, 2POS, 2MM
Pulse sensor connector TE CONNECTIVITY/AMP 292253-3 WIRE-BOARD CONN, RECEPTACLE, 3POS, 2MM
digital input 1 power input in accordance with the technical standard IEC 62053 - max freq 12,5 Hz
Communication channels GSM module Quad Band GSM/GPRS
Marking CE
Complies with regulations Emissions CEI EN55022:2009; Immunity CEI EN55024:2012
ACCESSORIES
Optical sensor connected to the LED of the meter for the measurement of consumption
The device is powered by a toroid clamped around the meter's cable