The Supercom 587 is the first radio module for water meters of Sontex that supports fully wM-Bus according to OMS. It is meant to be put on Modularis water meters e.g. from Wehrle or Wasser-Geräte, and can be retrofitted at any time without affecting the calibration. Any OMS capable readout tool can be used to read out the Supercom 587.
Thanks to the bidirectional radio system, the Sontex 566 sends consumption data only when actually requested. Compared to standard radio systems, there is thus no disturbance from continuous radio signals. Data collection for heat cost allocation is obtained by “walk-by” or remote read off, thus meeting different customer needs. This heat cost allocator is password-protected and can be re-parameterised by radio by encrypted data transmission.
The Sontex 565 stands for precision while guaranteeing high measuring convenience and measurement resolution of consumption levels. By means of intelligent data collection, the heat cost allocator distinguishes unequivocally between summer and winter months, manipulations and other situations. Consumption data can be collected manually via the operating button or the optical interface. The product features an attractive price-performance ratio.
The new Sontex 868 heat cost allocator with mono-directional and standardised wM-Bus radio allows simple and flexible consumption recording. Meter reading can be carried out both remotely from a data recording centre or on site. More flexible read-out times are a further innovation. In addition, the Sontex 868 features simple, fast installation and commissioning.
The Sontex 556 is the Sontex 566’s predecessor. Its popularity is due to the bidirectional radio system; it transmits the required consumption data only when actually requested to do so and thus avoids creating unnecessary electro smog.
The retrofittable, battery-powered remote radio module Supercom 580 is available for Elster capsule water meters MO-A and MOZ-A and for the Pico Flux water meter EV-A. Bidirectional Sontex remote radio technology permits consumption data to be retrieved with a mobile read-out device, a concentrator located in the building or directly from the accounting centre. You will find more information on the subject in our system technology section.
Sampling is carried out by coils.
The Supercom 581 radio module for Wehrle Modularis water meters can be retrofitted at any time without affecting calibration. Bidirectional Sontex remote radio technology enables readout of consumption data with a handheld read-out device, by way of a concentrator located in the building or directly from the accounting centre. You will find more information on this subject under “System technology”.
Again, sampling is carried out by coils.
The battery-powered radio module Supercom 582 allows reading of consumption data via SONTEX radio of Elster water meters S110 PICOFLUX EF and M140 MODULMETER MOF. As for all other radio modules it can be retrofitted at a later stage without impairing the calibration. You will find more information on the readout subject in our “System technology” section.
The battery-operated Supercom 583 radio module for Itron/Allmess V +m and MK +m water meters can be retrofitted at any time. Bidirectional Sontex remote radio technology enables consumption data to be read with a handheld readout device, by way of a concentrator located in the building or directly from the accounting centre. You will find more information on this subject under “System technology”.
Sampling is carried out by photoelectric reflex switches.
The Supercom 541 battery-operated radio pulse adapter stores consumption levels for one or two metering devices on the basis of impulses and transmits the data via bidirectional radio to a concentrator or mobile read-out device. This sturdy equipment is suitable for remote read-out of all types of metering devices (water, gas, electrical power) with a pulse output. Depending on the model, the radio pulse adapter is freely programmable, e.g. programmed with reverse flow and/or manipulation detection.
Supercal 739 compact heat meter, as single jet flow sensor and as coaxial multi-jet flow sensor with various connections.
The Supercal 739 compact heat meter follows on from the successful Supercal 539 compact heat meter. Sontex has not only comprehensively enhanced the new Supercal 739, but also integrated an array of new functions and added new versions. Its excellent price-performance ratio has been improved once again.
The Supercal 739 is a compact heat meter to measure heating and cooling energy in a wide field of applications in home automation and can be easily integrated into a variety of configurations thanks to Sontex system technology.
The Supercal 739 is available with single jet flow sensor and coaxial multi-jet flow sensor for Ista(G2B) or Allmess(M77x1.5) connections for flows qp 0.6; qp 1.5 and qp 2.5 m³/h.
The Supercal 739 compact heat meter meets the requirements of the European Directive MID 2014/32/EU and the standard EN 1434 class 3.
It has also been type approved by PTB Germany for cooling applications and can be ordered for heating or cooling applications with the according approval.
Based on the static measurement principle, the Superstatic 440 provides solutions for low to very high flow rates (qp 1.5 – 1500 m3/h). One important element is the multifunctional calculator that can be equipped with various communication interfaces. The removable measuring head allows efficient re-calibration.
Dismantling and assembly costs are significantly reduced because only the measuring head needs to be changed. Complex interventions in the pipe system are unnecessary. The Superstatic 440 measuring head is the same for any flow rate, thus simplifying planning. The use of high-quality corrosion resistant materials ensures the measurements stability and working reliability during several calibration periods. In the German district heating association AGFW-Wärmezähler Prüfprogramm IV, the static heat meters with nominal flows qp 1.0 m³/h and qp 3.5 m³/h received the top grade of 5 stars for measurement precision and stability.
Sontex provides many installation lengths according to EN1434, various materials such as ductile cast iron and can thus be used in a great variety of uses.
The Superstatic 440 is completed by a multifunctional calculator. This can be battery- or mains-powered and offers the entire range of Sontex communication modules. This guarantees an extremely wide range of uses and simple integration in every district and proximity heating network or building management system.
Made of fibre composite, the new Sontex Superstatic 789 compact heat meter is sturdy and light. It is known for its precision and reliability thanks to the static measurement principle.
The new Sontex Superstatic 789 compact heat meter of fibre composite for heating/cooling applications is the logical evolution of the use of the principle of fluidic oscillation which, thanks to its accuracy and reliability of measurement, is a reference in the measuring of thermal energy.
All the benefits and features of fluidic oscillation were adapted and integrated into a compact shape for a flow of qp 1.5 – 2.5 m³/h. While its total weight has been reduced by half, it retains its shape despite temperature differences and devices have been introduced to guarantee mechanical resistance.
Based on the latest piezo technology, the new flow sensor, which is also suitable for glycol mixtures, is equipped with a detachable multifunction integrator with a wide range of communication options. This covers many applications and ensures its trouble-free integration into a district heating network or a building management system.
The sturdy compact heat meter with the fluidic oscillation principle.
The Superstatic 749 fluidic oscillation meter is the compact version of the Superstatic 440 that has been used for many years and is very popular. The Superstatic 749 is even more compact and seamlessly fits in the Superstatic product portfolio. It is designed for less complex uses of static heat and cooling meters where fewer functions are needed than with the Superstatic 440. It has a removable compact calculator with communication modules and can be easily integrated into district heating or a building management system.
The Superstatic 749 is available for flow rates of qp 0.6; qp 1.5; qp 2.5 m³/h and in lengths of 110 mm, 130 mm and 190 mm.
The Supercom 636 radio modem is a handheld bidirectional data readout system. Supercom 636 is suitable for connection to a Pocket PC (PDA or tablet) with Bluetooth interface. The Sontex 916 and Tools Supercom readout and parameter setting software also contain customer-friendly route planning.
The radio modem consists of a SMD circuit equipped with a 433 MHz radio module and an external antenna. The use of standard protocols allows easy integration into various billing programmes. The sturdy industrial housing protects the electronics against possible damage.
The Supercom 656 repeater extends the transmission range of the Supercom 646 concentrator. It supports various configurations, so it is possible to cascade up to 6 repeaters in a chain or to build a multiple star configuration. Each repeater can relay up to 500 wireless devices.