What does a Sensus do?

What does a Sensus do?

Sensus, a Xylem brand, provides remotely-managed products and solutions that deliver the right data at the right time for investor-owned utilities, cooperatives and municipalities.

Where are Sensus water meters made?

Sensus has opened a new meter manufacturing and assembly facility in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, the People’s Republic of China. The facility, with the capacity to produce 150,000 meters annually, will meet demand for Sensus meters in Asia as well as Oceania, South America and Europe.

Who owns Sensus meters?

Xylem Inc.
Xylem Inc. (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Sensus for approximately $1.7 billion in cash.

What is a Sensus radio read?

(MXU) is a radio signal device which permits off-site meter reading via radio signals. The MXU interfaces any compatible absolute encoder equipped utility meter with a RadioRead™ interrogation device. The MXU is used for both inside and pit-set utility meter installations to provide safe, off-site meter reading.

Is Sensus a water meter?

Sensus iPERL® (International) Water Meter.

What data does census collect?

In most countries, people are counted in their place of usual residence. The Measure Evaluation document outlines the types of data collected in the census: Basic population characteristics including age, sex, marital status, household composition, family characteristics, and household size.

What is Sensus protocol?

Sensus RF is an optimized, license-free radio communication system for battery-powered end points. It is an advanced system for retrieving data from meter endpoints and then providing it for further processing and analysis, creating information for billing and network management.

Can a Sensus water meter be installed vertically?

The Sensus accuSTREAM Meter is a positive displacement oscillating piston meter. It is constructed to meet the general requirements of American Water Works standard specifications C710-02. Meters should be installed in a horizontal line in such a position that the register is readily accessible for reading.

How does Sensus FlexNet work?

FlexNet communication network sends alerts to you when an event occurs—making you smarter at every point. Sensus works with you to manage your water system enabling you to address problems in the field faster and provide better service to your customers.

Can a smart meter cut off power?

If you have a smart energy meter in your home, your supplier could potentially disconnect your supply remotely without needing access to your meter. However, before they do this, they must have: contacted you to discuss options for repaying your debt, eg through a repayment plan.