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MRC-1 transmitter

Type:
A low-cost, low-power transmitter designed specifically for use with Elster’s V100 water meter which is used in the majority of domestic dwellings in Australia.

Communicating with Taggle receivers, data can be collected over a wide geographical area.

Range:
Typical ranges of more than 2km in urban and 5km in rural areas depending on installation and local geography are achievable.

Fitted with a Hall effect sensor which out-performs the more widely used T-Probe or reed switch sensors, defeating the jitter sometimes experienced with reed switches.

Use:
Designed primarily for Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) applications.

ADC-1 transmitter

Type:
ADC-1 is a general purpose transmitter for use with pulse outputs.

Typical applications include reading water, gas and electricity meters and other devices with compatible outputs.

Communicating with Taggle receivers, data can be collected over a wide geographical area.

Range:
Typical ranges of more than 2km in urban and 5km in rural areas depending on installation and local geography are achievable.

Use:
Designed primarily for Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) applications.

HP-1 transmitter

Type:
HP-1 is a high power general purpose transmitter for use with pulse outputs.

Typical applications include reading water, gas and electricity meters and other devices with compatible outputs.

Communicating with Taggle receivers, data can be collected over a wide geographical area.

Range:
Typical ranges of more than 4km in urban and 10km in rural areas depending on installation and local geography are achievable.

Use:
Designed primarily for Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) applications.

LSTT

Type:
The LPWA Sensor Telemetry Transmitter (LSTT) is a general purpose telemetry transmitter for use with Taggle Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) radio networks.

The LSTT is a self-contained battery powered device and can operate for up to 15 years depending on the power requirements of the connected sensor, and the reporting interval of the sensor.

Communicating with Taggle receivers, data can be collected over a wide geographical area.

Range:
Typical ranges of more than 2km in urban areas and 5km in rural areas are achievable depending on installation and local geography.

Use:
Designed to interface to a wide range of low data rate industrial and environmental sensors.