Designed to solve problems in telecom and networking equipment, Elite Platform™ Super-TCXOs™ and oscillators bolster communications equipment performance, reliability, and QoS even when environmental stressors are present. These precision devices are based on DualMEMS™ architecture with TurboCompensation™, which further includes TempFlat MEMS™, 100% accurate thermal coupling, and integrated mixed-signal circuits with on-chip regulators, TDC, and a low-noise PLL.
Utility saves $181,000 per month with smart water network RALEIGH, NC (Sept. 07, 2016) - For the technicians at Nashville Metro Water Services (MWS), poison ivy and bug bites were often a part of the job, especially when manually reading meters in the rural farmlands of the utility’s northern territory. In addition to hazards in the field, the meters were often covered with overgrown... Read More
Smart water network led to 23 percent decrease in water use RALEIGH, N.C. – More than a dozen water leak alerts come into the City of Fountain Valley, California each week through its new Sensus technology. It is all part of an effort to reduce water use by 20 percent in a state plagued by drought. Fountain Valley deployed Sensus technology one year ago to help the state save billions of... Read More
Equipped with 3-state valve, ally™ Water Meter lets utilities remotely turn on water for new account, turn off water in event of leak, or reduce flow. Alarms can alert utilities to conditions such as empty pipes, reverse flow, leaks, and tampering. In addition to sensors for monitoring pressure at service connection, meter includes temperature sensors to warn of potential freezing problem. Data is transmitted from meter to utility via Sensus FlexNet® utility-grade communication network. Read More
Comprehensive submetering approach leads to cost savings for owners of master-metered multi-family buildings; utility costs lowered through a combination of consumption reporting and leak detection BENSALEM, Pa. - H(2)O Degree, manufacturer of two-way wireless mesh submetering systems for tenant billing, leak detection, utility conservation and building automation system integration in... Read More
Technology improves customer service for growing population RALEIGH, NC - For the past 14 years, Randy, a water department technician in the City of Evans, Colorado, has spent several days a month driving the streets to collect data from each of the city’s 6,500 aging water meters. “We couldn’t provide customers with the best possible service because our technicians were tied up for... Read More
Available for pipe sizes from 5/8–2 in. and suitable for sub-metering applications with respective flow ranges of .22–22 gpm and .25–160 gpm, CLXC-P (single-jet) and MJ-SDC (multi-jet) meet ANSI/NSF 61 for materials safety and ANSI/NSF 372 for lead free compliance. CLXC-P meters are rated for cold water to 122°F and hot water applications to +140°F, while MJ-SDC meters are rated for cold water to 122°F. Both meters have 150 psi max operating pressure and 1.5% nominal accuracy.
Hoffer Flow Controls to Attend the 2016 Subsea Tieback Forum and Exhibition In The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center In San Antonio, TXFebruary 3, 2016
March 22-24th Booth# 7093 Elizabeth City, NC – Hoffer Flow Controls will be exhibiting their high accuracy Subsea Series turbine flowmeters for demanding subsea applications at the upcoming Subsea Tieback Exhibition. These meters are designed to operate at depths of 20,000 feet below sea level in flow applications involving BOPs, ROVs, wellhead additives and subsea production... Read More
Olivenhain deploys smart water network to conserve water RALEIGH, N.C. – Receding reservoirs, parched farms and wilting trees are constant reminders of California’s water plight. While many utilities are handing out fines for illegal water use,Olivenhain Municipal Water District (OMWD) is also utilizing technology to assist its customers in achieving their water conservation goals. OMWD... Read More
Delivering metrology-grade time and frequency performance in configurable 1U rack-mountable package, SyncSystem 4380A employs internal rubidium oscillator and L1/L2 GPS receiver that mitigates effect of ionospheric delay changes and supports advanced GPS processing. Reference offers timing accuracy of <10 ns RMS, frequency accuracy of <1E-13 at 1 day, and holdover of 250 ns at one day. Six expansion ports for hot-swappable output modules provide array of timing signals. Read More
Powered by internal lithium battery with no external power connections required, Series PT17 Digital Tach/Maintenance/Hour Meter keeps track of true engine rpm and running time for all types of gasoline engines. Operation of meter is triggered by ~5.7 ft shielded and external lead, wrapped around spark plug wire of engine. Since unit is triggered by spark of engine, hours and rpm display actual operation, which facilitates maintenance and warranty applications. Read More
Featuring better than ±0.01% accuracy over entire range, .196 in. display height, and 6-digit LCD for readings to 99999.9 hr, tamperproof T56 Series mounts on metal surfaces via magnet on back and operates for 8+ years via internal battery. Jumper connector on back can be removed to activate hour meter. After removal, IP67-sealed unit operates only when it is introduced to vibrating equipment. Hour glass icon serves as running indicator, and total operating hours are always shown on LCD.
Maddalena SpA Leverage Infortrend EonStor DS Storage Systems to Achieve Business Continuity for 24/7 Production FacilityJuly 6, 2015
TAIPEI, – Maddalena SpA, a well known water meter and measuring instruments manufacturer, leverages Infortrend EonStor DS storage systems with its VM (virtual machine) datacenter environment for better reliability, performance and capacity to achieve business continuity for their 24/7 production facility. Located in Northern Italy, Maddalena SpA produces and distributes high tech and... Read More
City utilizes smart water network to meet water conservation demands RALEIGH, N.C. – Water restrictions, conservation rebates and turf removal are some of the ways the City of Fountain Valley encourages residents to save water as California’s historic drought continues. Smart water technology is bringing those efforts to the next level by regularly monitoring water usage and proactively... Read More
Incorporating near real-time event monitoring, detailed GIS integration, and automated migration between Drive-by and Fixed Network modes, Allegro Advanced Metering Infrastructure and Harmony Meter Data Management and Analytics Suite allow utilities to analyze, manage, and precisely account for system-wide water consumption. Allegro endpoint, built on Under-the-Glass technology, fully encloses RF circuitry, meter register, and dual-band antenna in IP68-rated hermetically sealed design. Read More
One-third of global utilities lose more than 40 percent of treated water due to leaks, smart water networks detect leaks RALEIGH, N.C. – As California battles one of the most severe droughts on record this Earth Day, Sensus encourages public service providers to invest in proven technologies that will increase the state's water efficiency and ultimately save water. Now in its fourth... Read More
World Water Day 2015: Etowah Water and Sewer Authority Reinforces Commitment to Water Conservation with Sensus FlexNet Communication SystemMarch 25, 2015
Public service provider deploys FlexNet to improve customer service and conserve water RALEIGH, N.C. – Faced with recent droughts and the mission to improve the quality of life for its customers, community and the environment, Etowah Water and Sewer Authority (the Authority) is leveraging the Sensus FlexNet™ communication system and iPERL™ meters to conserve its limited water... Read More
With optimized solid-state sensors and CMOS readout ASICs using hybrid pixel technology, Hybrid Photon Counting Detectors provide direct sensing of every single photon in X-ray. HPC technology achieves high signal-to-noise ratio via noise-free signal with no dark current. Detectors also deliver high data rates via dedicated ASIC and electronic design, exclusive spectral information via energy analysis, and high spatial resolution via direct detection, without scintillators or fiber optics. Read More
Able to generate reference clock with <20 nsec accuracy, 12.2 x 16.0 mm NEO-M8T and 17.0 x 22.4 mm LEA-M8T offer high sensitivity (-157 dBm signal acquisition) with assisted GNSS that enables accelerated start up even inside structures with limited sky view. Reference clock is derived from multi-GNSS, including GPS, GLONASS, and BeiDou. Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring and alarms, 2 configurable time-pulse outputs, as well as survey-in and single satellite timing features are standard. Read More
Suited for metering and sub-metering, WM-PC Series comes in ½–1½ in. sizes with dry type register, meets federal lead free regulations concerning products that come in contact with potable water, and meets AWWA C708 Standards. Features include strainer (inlet and internal), register dial face, and optional pulse output and check valve. All meters include pipe adapters with nuts and couplings made of same FRP polymer as main case; 1½ in. size substitutes brass for coupling material. Read More