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H2O Degree Integrates Energy-Harvesting Radiator Controls into Its Wireless Network Energy Submetering System
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H2O Degree Integrates Energy-Harvesting Radiator Controls into Its Wireless Network Energy Submetering System

Radiator control system features actuators utilizing EnOcean energy harvesting technology Bensalem, PA—July 30, 2019—H2O Degree, manufacturer of advanced two-way wireless submetering systems for tenant billing, leak detection, utility conservation and building automation system integration in multi-family facilities introduces the HCH0104 Hydronic Radiator Control System providing wireless...

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New L54230 Pulse Counter Works on Cloud-Based LoRaWAN Platform
Test & Measurement

New L54230 Pulse Counter Works on Cloud-Based LoRaWAN Platform

L54230 LoRaWAN Two-Channel Pulse Counter can monitor and record dry-contact pulses from two separate gas or water utility meters. Unit can be operated within 1000 ft radius that covers 70-plus-acre property. The counter communicates via open-protocol LoRaWAN™ (long-range wide area network) platform. Unit is designed for tenant billing, leak detection, utility conservation and building...

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Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

H2O Degree's Comprehensive Systems Uniquely Positioned to Support New California Legislation Mandating Water Submetering in Multi-Family Facilities

Bensalem, PA - Dec. 1, 2016 - California State Senate Bill SB 7, passed in September of this year, requires water submetering in all new-construction multi-family dwellings in California after Jan. 1, 2018. The goal of SB 7 is to hold tenants accountable for water usage and encourage conservation while providing consumer protection. The bill also addresses the prevalent problem of water leaks –...

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H2O Degree's Submetering and Leak Detection System Drives Multi-Family Housing Water Savings

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...

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H2O Degree Integrates Energy-Harvesting Radiator Controls into Its Wireless Network Energy Submetering System
Test & Measurement

H2O Degree Integrates Energy-Harvesting Radiator Controls into Its Wireless Network Energy Submetering System

Radiator control system features actuators utilizing EnOcean energy harvesting technology Bensalem, PA—July 30, 2019—H2O Degree, manufacturer of advanced two-way wireless submetering systems for tenant billing, leak detection, utility conservation and building automation system integration in multi-family facilities introduces the HCH0104 Hydronic Radiator Control System providing wireless...

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New L54230 Pulse Counter Works on Cloud-Based LoRaWAN Platform
Test & Measurement

New L54230 Pulse Counter Works on Cloud-Based LoRaWAN Platform

L54230 LoRaWAN Two-Channel Pulse Counter can monitor and record dry-contact pulses from two separate gas or water utility meters. Unit can be operated within 1000 ft radius that covers 70-plus-acre property. The counter communicates via open-protocol LoRaWAN™ (long-range wide area network) platform. Unit is designed for tenant billing, leak detection, utility conservation and building...

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Sensors, Monitors & Transducers

H2O Degree's Comprehensive Systems Uniquely Positioned to Support New California Legislation Mandating Water Submetering in Multi-Family Facilities

Bensalem, PA - Dec. 1, 2016 - California State Senate Bill SB 7, passed in September of this year, requires water submetering in all new-construction multi-family dwellings in California after Jan. 1, 2018. The goal of SB 7 is to hold tenants accountable for water usage and encourage conservation while providing consumer protection. The bill also addresses the prevalent problem of water leaks –...

Read More »
Test & Measurement

H2O Degree's Submetering and Leak Detection System Drives Multi-Family Housing Water Savings

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...

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