Water and gas meters open to electricity software
Jekyll Electronic Technology
Pulsar Telelog remote metering logger
Jekyll has now introduced the standard Electricity Industry Code of Practice 6 (CoP6) protocol onto its Pulsar Telelog remote metering logger, which is powered from the telephone line
Jekyll has now introduced the standard Electricity Industry Codeof Practice 6 (CoP6) protocol onto its Pulsar Telelog remotemetering logger.
Existing data collection software used by manyelectricity utilities in the 100kW and sub 100kW electricitymarket can therefore be used to access the multi utility meterdata within the Pulsar Telelog.
With CoP6 available, the utilitycan use this existing data collection capability to communicatewith electricity, gas and water meters and provide theircustomers with energy management data and services.
The PulsarTelelog with its integral modem is powered from the telephoneline making the unit reliable, easy to install and cost-effectiveto operate.
The CoP6 protocol was introduced to standardise thecommunications between different metering equipment.
Byincorporating this interface onto the Pulsar Telelog, Jekyll ishelping multi-energy supply companies transform themselves intoenergy service suppliers.
The Pulsar provides 30 minute periodaccumulation of meter data from pulse output meters as requiredfor the electricity market.
This time base segregation of usagecan be utilised when collecting gas or water data to provide leakdetection, trend information and multi-tariff charge dataaccumulation to further enhance the service that the utility canoffer their customers.
The Pulsar Telelog provides four pulseinput channels to take data from electromechanical meters and aserial RS232 port for collection of data from an electronicmeter.
The memory can store sixty days of data (expandable to 480days), and the data accumulation period is adjustable from 5minutes to 24 hours.
DL130 and IEC1107 data formats can besupported in addition to CoP6, and a V22bis modem link ensuresrapid data transfer.
The Pulsar Telelog has CTR/21 approval foruse throughout Europe.
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