Designed by DSOs for DSOs
Our smart meters are among the most advanced in the world. Packed with innovative features, they can help you take your grid to the next level.
01 - Bi-directional energy measurement
Allows for the measurement of energy exchanged at the point of connection on LV networks, enabling all energy supply services for end customers, prosumers and producers.
02 - Multiple communication channels
Makes DSOs’ smart metering and control systems more high-performing and resilient, optimizing remote operations and providing highly granular metering data.
03 - Multi tariff management
Allows for energy measurements based on increasingly complex and personalized tariff structures, enabling advanced energy and ancillary services, e.g. those linked to distributed generation, e-mobility and flexibility.
04 - Load profile management
Advanced metering data management functionalities thanks to high data granularity and increased acquisition rates. Allows for the extraction of maximum value from data for the benefit of DSOs, customers and all the operators of the electricity market (e.g. evolved customer profiling, advanced network calculations, customized tariff offerings).
05 - Permanent overvoltage protection
Protects the customer’s installation from damage when a permanent overvoltage is detected from the LV network, reducing claims and costs.
06 - Revenue & fraud detection
Protects DSO revenues and promptly identifies frauds. The smart meter can detect several fraud attempts and send them to the central system in order to activate countermeasures.
07 - Home automation and active DR support
Sends information in near real time to the end customer through a dedicated communication channel. Enables greater awareness and energy efficiency, home automation and Demand Response services.
08 - Pre-payment management
Energy supply management based on a pre-payment approach. Energy delivered reduces energy credits available to the customer.
09 - Power quality measurement (QoS)
Leveraging meters as grid sensors, allows for the collection of several data sets related to the status of LV networks, such as interruptions and variations. The data can be used for several DSO applications, from grid planning to quality of service improvement.
10 - Energy balance
This functionality compares the energy that flows at the output of a MV/LV transformer with the energy measured by all the meters connected to the same LV network. This allows the DSO to evaluate network losses, including frauds and direct connections to the grid.
11 - Peak shaving
This functionality allows the DSO to limit the power being delivered by meters installed in a specific area in order to reduce the overall power distributed from the network when in critical condition.
12 - Multi-service measurement
Allows for the collection of data from several meter types or sensors belonging to other public services, optimizing investments and operations. This also allows the DSO to offer new services to the public within a smart city framework.
13 - PUSH communication
This feature allows for data to be sent from metering devices and IoT sensors as soon as it is available (PUSH approach), and not at the request of the central system (PULL approach). This reduces the time the data will be available to the central system, enabling new applications and benefits for network calculations.
14 - Sustainability
All our products are circular by design. They are manufactured by reusing materials recovered from the disposal of first generation smart meters and other field devices. This guarantees reduced CO2 emissions and significant savings on the purchase of raw materials.