Stationäres GSM-System zur Zälerfernauslesung

Stationary GSM-system

Remote meter reading and measurement point monitoring via GSM and internet

There are various fields of application for remote meter reading via GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication).

One of these is remote reading of measurement points installed in systems where effective selection via walk-by radio or M-bus is not an option.

Bulk consumer measuring points can also be selected easily and at short intervals via GSM. Other fields of application are leak detection and pressure monitoring. An alarm message is sent via SMS in the event of an unusual operational status.
Long travel times and complicated access, for example to meters integrated into shafts, often result in huge effort being expended. This increases the more often the meter has to be selected. With ZENNER’s GSM solution these are problems of the past, and an investment in our GSM system will pay for itself in a very short time.

Up to two meters or pulse outputs are connected to our GSM data logger GSM multilog for remote reading via GSM. The battery-operated data logger has an integrated GSM modem and stores the meter readings at regular, freely configurable intervals. The data are transmitted to a server via SMS. The highest level of data security is guaranteed. Consumption data can be retrieved and evaluated via a protected internet portal.

The data is therefore available for access at any time. The same portal can be used to individually configure the GSM multilog and for example set up alarm messages.

Data logger GSM multilog

files/content/ZENNER_PIM/Produkte/0301 Systeme/GSM-multilog_front.jpg GSM multilog – battery-operated data logger with integrated GSM modem

The GSM multilog data log is connected via a pulser to the water meter being monitored. GSM multilog saves the meter reading at regular intervals (e.g. hourly) and transmits the saved information via SMS to a server generally once a day. The mobile radio card required for SMS data transmission is preinstalled ex works as standard. The server receives, saves and manages the transmitted data. [more]