Non-invasive LoRa water meter!


MQTT integrated in AREE Energy Efficiency Solutions


AREE software already includes the new non-invasive CubicMeter water meter!

The CubicMeter is a wireless meter, LoRaWAN or Wireless M-bus protocol. Its battery life is up to 10 years with one measurement per hour.

The CubicMeter uses ultrasonic vibrations for non-invasive counting.  No plumber required to install, with an average of two minutes to install.

The CubicMeter is MID/OIML R-49 compliant, measurement is 98% accurate. The water temperature must be between 0.1°C and 70°C.

In communication with AREE software, the CubicMeter is perfect for sub-metering, continuous monitoring and analysis of water consumption and leak detection.

The CubicMeter is extremely easy and quick to install. Integration with AREE software offers the choice of communicating in a private LoRa network or in a public LoRa network.

Its very competitive price makes it possible to measure where the installation of a standard communicating meter is not economically feasible.

Equipping your site with such a water meter allows you not only to make significant savings but also to take a further step towards a more sustainable future.

For information, do not hesitate to contact us.

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