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 IZAR PULSE i emitters are the center of the new modular inductive concept developed by SAPPEL. They can be clipped onto all the meters of the SAPPEL inductive (Ti) or mixed (Ha+Ti) modular range with grey ring, making them "communicative" in a very easy way. IZAR PULSE i can manage the flow values in both directions and also features alarms (cable cut-off tampering and unclipping). It may be connected to remote-reading or consumption-analysis systems. IZAR PULSE i features a new clamping ring for completely secured mounting (sealable cam) and allows to install it again on another meter.
The pulse emitter IZAR PULSE is at the core of the modular concept developped over 10 years ago. They can be clipped onto all the meters of the modular range "Hall" (blue ring) in a few seconds to turn them into communicating meters. The new generation of IZAR PULSE uses a Hall sensor and allows to determine the flow volume in both directions. IZAR PULSE offers a number of alarms against magnetic tampering, unauthorised unclipping of module and cable cut. IZAR PULSE is powered by a lithium cell and can be connected to remote reading system.