ORION® Migratable Endpoint (ME) for Automatic Meter Reading from Metering and Technology Solutions
The ORION® Migratable endpoint (ME) is a two-way water endpoint for mobile applications with the capability of migrating to fixed network mode to support future utility capabilities. The Orion Migratable Endpoint is ideal for those utility companies that are in transition from drive by reading systems to a fixed tower reading system. In addition to providing the current and snapped daily reading, the two-way functionality of the ORION Migratable endpoint allows users to wirelessly obtain data profile information during the normal reading process without having to directly access the endpoint. Through a software license, an ORION Migratable endpoint is easily upgraded to an ORION Fixed Network endpoint (SE).
The ORION Migratable endpoint continuously monitors the encoder circuit. At predetermined intervals, the endpoint broadcasts the totalized reading value along with other meter data to the mobile collection devices. Once activated, ORION Migratable endpoints begin transmitting in mobile priority mode. After installation, using the endpoint two-way communication, an endpoint transmits its meter data every six seconds.
The Migratable endpoint is a member of the time-tested ORION family of products from Badger Meter, designed for maximum flexibility. Since 2002, the ORION product family has been providing comprehensive Advanced Metering Analytics (AMA) for interval meter reading and data capture using both one-way and two-way communications.
- Two-way communication
- Migratable endpoint to support future fixed network system deployment
- Compatible with Badger Meter encoder register
- Premise leak detection
- Ability to provide enhanced customer service through data profile analysis
- Unlicensed, regulated FCC operation
- Residential Water Metering
- Water & Wastewater Treatment
- Water Distribution
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Metering and Technology Solutions is your provider of migratable endpoints for Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Nebraska.