Water, thermal energy, gas and electricity are read over the same system platform — thanks to the Open Metering Standard and intelligent interfaces. Diehl Metering supplies the complete infrastructure from one source — as far as complete AMR installation and Smart Metering applications.
Our comprehensive system engineering portfolio includes innovative meter reading technologies, data loggers and software for energy data management. We have developed and produced the electronics and radio modules in our own works for many years.
Our reference projects all over the world set the standards for automatic meter reading. Whether radio or cable, M-Bus or Open Metering Standard, fixed network or mobile reading in walk-by or drive-by mode, we have many years of experience in planning, implementation and support for system engineering solutions — in intensive cooperation with our international customers.
The DIEHL Metering Group’sIZARRadioDataConcentratorSTANDARDis a Smart Metering transceiver based on the Open Metering System Specifications (OMS-S). Interoperability, data logging, remote configuration and prepared bidirectionality make it a core product for future full-coverage Smart Metering roll-outs with a multi-utility approach. The IZAR RDC STANDARD is designed for implementing a radio fixed network with excellent cost-effectiveness and technical specification.
The IZAR RECEIVER DISPLAY is able to do a stationary reading of up to 10 meters with IZAR RADIO or Open Metering radio protocol. This way, a clear representation of meter and consumption values in the living area can be done. The result is an optimisation of consumption and an efficient handling of the resources.
The IZAR RDC PREMIUM is the most powerfulRadioDataConcentrator of the Diehl Metering RDC product family. It makes wide area fixed networks ready for mass data transmission and network monitoring. With a maximum of four high-performance radio receivers, state of the art embedded technology and an industrial design, made for harsh outdoor conditions, it contributes significantly to a reduction of concentrator locations. Interoperability is achieved by the conformity to Open Metering Standard.