FM432ir – IoT sensor for German electricity meters (LoRaWAN)
  • FM432ir – IoT sensor for German electricity meters (LoRaWAN)
  • FM432ir – IoT sensor for German electricity meters (LoRaWAN)
  • FM432ir – IoT sensor for German electricity meters (LoRaWAN)

FM432ir – IoT sensor for German electricity meters (LoRaWAN)

€130.00 tax excl. (€156.00

FM432ir is an IoT sensor for monitoring the electricity consumption (electric power) of all types of buildings. It has been specially designed for meters with infrared communication ports (mMEGerman meters with SML protocol), but can also be used with old Ferraris meters. It is easy to install on the existing main electricity meter. It connects to LoRaWAN communication networks so that the power curve can be collected at regular intervals. This professional solution is extremely adequate for the remote monitoring of small and medium buildings.

Time step: 1 min

Infrared IoT LoRaWAN sensor for electricity consumption monitoring with a 1-minute or 15-minutes time step (depending on the chosen option). The sensor consists of an optical reading head (to be installed on the existing main electricity meter) and a radio box (also including batteries).

The sensor can be connected to a LoRaWAN network. Data can be decoded autonomously (payload format described) or sent to the Fludia server to be decoded and retrieved through an API.

  • Universal: compatible with all electricity meters (with infrared port or with rotating disk)
  • Plug & Play: easy and quick to install, no electric contact
  • Accurate: power load curve in Watts, with 1-minute time step
  • Designed and manufactured in France

Technical characteristics:

  • Optical reading head compatible with electronic electricity meters (mMEgerman meters with an infrared communication port and SML protocol) and electromechanical electricity meters (traditional meters with rotating disk)
  • LoRa radio – LPWAN 868MHz network – LoRaWAN 1.0 protocol
  • 1-minute option: 
    • if mME meter, data message every 15 minutes, including fifteen 1-minute successive values
    • if Ferraris meter, data message every 20 minutes, including twenty 1-minute successive values
  • 15-minutes option: data message every 2 hours, including eight 15-minutes successive values
  • Data decoding and storage included for 3 years (Fludia data collect server)
  • Supervision dashboard access included for 3 years (sensor fleet visualization, communication/data quality monitoring)
  • Data collection API included for 3 years
  • Payload format decoding documentation provided (for those who wish to be completely autonomous, i.e. bypass Fludia server)
  • Battery: 2 replaceable Lithium 3.6V batteries
    • Lifetime for mME meters: 3.5 years for 1-minute option, 8 years for 15-minute option
    • Lifetime for Ferraris meters: 3.5 years for 1-minute option, 5 years for 15-minute option
  • Optical head size: 40 x 30 x 20mm / Weight: 19g
  • Battery box size: 94 x 74 x 30mm / Weight (without batteries): 76g