GE552-W

Wireless M-Bus data centralization

The wireless M-Bus (868 MHz) centralization complies with the standard EN 13757. The consumption data may be sent remotely or in walk-by mode.
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REMOTE MODE
The new modular M-Bus Wireless centralization system is composed of a datalogger GE552Y052 (with integrated web server) and radio signal repeater antenna GE552Y053. The system allows:
- connecting in series the various wired and wireless devices, extending the reading capacity up to 500 devices.
- directly managing 500 wireless devices or 20 wired devices and 480 wireless.

The number of wired devices may be extended to 250, connecting more local concentrators GE552Y050 to the GE552Y052 datalogger, maintaining the possibility to manage up to 250 wireless devices.

Advantages:
- The integrated web server allows the set-up, the search and the consultation of data from all the devices that make up the M-Bus/M-Bus wireless network directly on the display of the device
- Through a dial-up router all data can be managed and viewed on a PC or smartphone
- Management of alarms due to failure, tampering or the exceeding of configurable thresholds with the sending of email notifications
- Scheduling for the generation and forwarding of reports on the data gathered

GE552Y052
Wireless M-Bus/M-Bus datalogger for acquisition, processing and registration of data from wired or wireless M-Bus devices.
Manages directly up to 500 wireless devices and 20 wired devices.

GE552Y053
Wireless repeater and concentrator to extend the radio flow rate of the devices and for data transmission to the GE552Y052 datalogger.

GE552Y055
3G/EDGE/GPRS wireless modem router for remote connection of GE552Y051 or GE552Y052 datalogger.

The other remote data centralization system is composed of a concentrator GE552Y044 and signal repeaters GE552Y045, if necessary. The system allows:
- the remote transmission of read data to programmable e-mail addresses.
- the remote transmission of the data to a PC, via the GSM/GPRS network.
- the local downloading of data to a PC (connected via the USB port).

GE552Y044
Wireless data concentrator and transmitter.
This runs up to 300 devices. It transmits consumption data via email, GSM/ GPRS, USB (connection to a PC).
Complete with configuration software. Battery-powered.
Can be used for indirect and direct metering.

GE552Y045
Wireless signal repeater. This increases the transmission distance of the Wireless devices. Battery-powered.
Can be use d for indirect and direct metering.

GE552Y034
Software for water meters. Using this software, the wireless metering system can be configured and run easily.
The code refers to 1 user license.

GE552Y035
Software for thermal energy meters. Using this software, the wireless metering system can be configured and run easily.
The code refers to 1 user license.
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WALK-BY MODE
Data sent to a PC, received by antenna GE552Y043 connected to USB port.

GE552Y043 - Wireless data receiver antenna
Wireless data receiver for devices installed on the installation (heat cost allocators, wireless modules for meters). Can be connected to PC via USB port. Flow rate up to 400 m.
The operation is provided by the same software GESWY001 used for heat cost allocators programming.
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WIRELESS DEVICES FO WIRELESS WATER METER DEVICES

GE552Y027 - Wireless module for thermal energy meters
To be installed on the thermal energy meter GE552Y215, GE552Y216, GE552Y217.

Info

* Last in production.

Remote mode
Product Code Size Pack Single Pack Multiple
GE552Y052 Datalogger wireless 1 -
GE552Y053 Antenna repeater 1 -
Walk-by mode
Product Code Size Pack Single Pack Multiple
GE552Y043 Wireless data receiver antenna 1 -
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