What role can smart meters play in the age of the Internet of Things?
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Release time: 2019-12-19 14:28:01
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Author: Far and small series
[Article reading] HYFW series intelligent power meter rail mounting structure, dot matrix color screen display, measuring electrical energy and other electrical parameters, can set parameters such as clock, rate period, multi-rate metering:
With the progress of the times, the Internet of Things technology has made rapid progress. In the field of smart meters, the application of the Internet of Things technology has become particularly important. In the era of the Internet of Things, the role of smart meters is no longer comparable to traditional meters. Today's smart meters have more intelligent functions. In addition to the basic power calculation function of traditional electricity meters, in order to adapt to the use of new energy, he has also started to develop data communication, anti-theft, anti-theft, and multi-rate calculation methods. This will also become a type of development of the Internet of Things. The inevitable trend.
It can be said that the popularity of smart meters has been very widespread, and whether in rural areas or urban areas, a large number of smart meters can be seen. In terms of power management, the traditional era of manual meter reading has also passed, replaced by the HYFW IoT smart meter with four electricity in one.
HYFW series intelligent power meter rail mounting structure, dot-matrix color screen display, measuring electrical energy and other electrical parameters, can set parameters such as clock, rate period, etc. Multi-rate metering: 10 day periods can be set; 12 months are provided Historical power inquiry; Demand: real-time demand for total active power; current and maximum total active power demand and time scale; current and last month maximum active power demand and time scale; standard RS485 interface, expandable 2G / 4G / LoRa / NB-IoT and other wireless interfaces, built-in communication protocols such as ModbusRTU, MQTT, and support third-party platform access.
In the age of the Internet of Things, smart meters that rely more on remote power control have also spawned too many intelligent applications. Specific heat can be used for power collection and pre-sale management in schools, office buildings, large shopping malls, and communities.
It can also analyze the electricity consumption habits through the use of electricity, thereby better saving expenses and resources. More importantly, unnecessary power plant construction can be avoided by analyzing the power demand during peak power periods.