Electricity meter industry in Serbia
Eng. Goran Jovanovic, Director of Serbian Company Tagor Electronic, comments e-meter business in the country
In the modern world energy saving and management take crucial position in every country’s economy. Before it was necessary for an e-meter to be readable from distance, called AMR (Automatic Meter Reading), but we have now more intelligent and upgraded system, called AMM (Automatic Meter Management), that allows metering and network management, and is closely connected or integrated with billing and payment handling system. Now it is easier than ever to do different data analyses, modify rating and tariff plans, discounting and to have instant fraud detection. This integrated solution is applicable for all meters with pulse output like water, gas or heating energy meters.
Another worldwide trend is implementing of the new DLMS protocol (Device Language Message Specification) to all meters. And currently, many e-meter manufacturers have become members of the DLMS Association.
Last years in Serbia
several manufacturers who follow those trends have grown up. Now Serbia is one of the few countries where we can find AMR/AMM systems working in the field in many cities like: Novi Sad, Ruma, Zajecar, Nis, Kraljevo, Belgrade, Sabac, etc. Main manufacturers, in alphabetical order, are Atlas Electronics, Citi Belgrade, Enel Belgrade, Mikroelektronika Banja Luka, etc.
CITI Co. Belgrade
• Digital electric energy meter (three and single phase);
• Digital tariff switch clock;
• Digital ripple control receiver;
• Automated energy meter test station;
• Reference meter for power, current and voltage (class 0,05 to 0,5);
• Services of electronic components surface mounting;
• Services of authorized laboratory.
|is leading in technology e-meter company with AMR based on 485 port and PLC communication systems installed and with high performance industrial meters most sold in the field.|
Mikroelektronika Banja Luka, BiH,
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