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Elster présente des solutions de mesure intelligente innovantes et primées, a Pollutec

LUTON, Angleterre, 14 novembre 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- La société Elster annonce aujourd'hui qu'elle présentera son produit V200/V210, débitmètre volumétrique polymère d'eau, ainsi que ses solutions de mesure intelligentes perfectionnées AMR/AMI, à Pollutec, salon international de l'équipement, de la technologie et des services environnementaux pour l'industrie et les administrations régionales et municipales, qui se déroulera du 27 au 30 novembre à Lyon.

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Comme l'explique Bruno Guichard, directeur général d'Elster Water, en France, « Elster possède un réseau bien établi d'agents locaux, répartis sur tout le territoire français, et est fière d'être un fournisseur de premier plan pour le secteur de l'eau sur ce marché ; déjà, différents services des eaux en France, parmi les principaux, se tournent vers Elster pour bénéficier de ses solutions innovantes ».

Elster a été un précurseur du développement des débitmètres volumétriques à corps polymère, et a annoncé, au mois de mars de cette année, que les débitmètres volumétriques à corps polymère fournis au secteur européen des services des eaux se chiffrent désormais à plus d'un million.

Le débitmètre volumétrique à corps polymère V200/V210 est compatible avec les systèmes de mesure automatique (AMR), et a été développé afin d'assurer la conformité aux toutes dernières normes de l'UE et autres réglementations régionales, comme la norme WIS 4-32-19, au Royaume-Uni.

Avec son corps polymère, le débitmètre V200/V210 pèse à peu près la moitié d'un appareil équivalent à corps de laiton, et son empreinte carbone n'est que du tiers de ce dernier. Il est approprié pour différents types d'installations, y compris des terrains susceptibles d'être contaminés. En outre, plus de 98 pour cent du débitmètre V200/V210 au corps polymère est recyclable en produits en matière plastique de classe 3.

A Pollutec, Elster présentera également ses solutions de mesure intelligente AMR/AMI, à la pointe de la technologie, permettant à ses clients d'augmenter leurs revenus, de réduire leurs couts d'exploitation, et de renforcer leur service clients. Elster propose une vaste gamme de solutions de mesure intelligentes sous forme des systèmes de débitmètres automatisés (AMR) et d'infrastructures de mesure perfectionnées (AMI). La politique adoptée par Elster permet aux services des eaux de mettre en œuvre des systèmes de mesure flexibles et rentables pouvant être intégrés dans des installations modernes, tout en permettant au système d'évoluer avec l'expansion de l'entreprise et du perfectionnement de la technologie.

Les solutions Elster Emeris sont au nombre de cinq, chacune étant axée sur des exigences particulières. En outre, Elster propose des services pouvant être adaptés aux exigences particulières de ses clients.

A Pollutec, Elster sera représentée par sa filiale Elster Coronis, fournisseur de plates-formes à technologie sans fil permettant la collecte et la gestion de données, ainsi que des communications avec des capteurs à distance. Elster Coronis est un centre d'excellence RF, non seulement pour Elster dans son ensemble, mais également pour les équipementiers et les intégrateurs. Parmi ses principales réalisations mondiales, on trouvera des réseaux de distribution d'eau et de gaz, des installations de traitement de l'eau, et des systèmes d'irrigation. Un des principaux composants de la plupart des marchés d'Elster Coronis est la technologie Wavenis®, plate-forme de communications sans fil en mesure d'assurer des connexions longue distance dans les deux sens, ainsi que des services de réseau pour dispositifs autonomes avec des ressources en batterie extrêmement limitées. Les applications de mesure intelligentes représentent plus de 50 pour cent des dispositifs intégrant Wavenis. Aujourd'hui, plus de six millions d'appareils, ont été déployé par Elster Coronis dans le monde entier.

À propos d'Elster

Elster est un des principaux prestataires de services de mesure et régulation d'électricité, de gaz et d'eau du monde. Parmi les services proposés par cette société, indiquons la surveillance et le contrôle de la distribution, la mesure intelligente perfectionnée, la réponse à la demande, des solutions en réseau et logicielles, ainsi que de nombreux services et communications connexes – atouts de premier plan pour donner un choix au client, et assurer le rendement de l'exploitation et la conservation. Ses produits et ses solutions sont répandus parmi les entreprises dans les marchés traditionnels et émergents des réseaux intelligents.

Elster possède une des bases installées de mesure des revenus les plus vastes du monde, comprenant plus de 200 millions de dispositifs de mesure déployés au cours des 10 dernières années. Elle vend ses produits et ses services dans plus de 130 pays, où ils sont utilisés dans les secteurs de l'électricité, du gaz, de l'eau, et mixtes pour des applications résidentielles, commerciales et industrielles, mais aussi de transmission et de distribution.

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