ADD GRUP meters are PRIME certified

30 September 2013 — Chisinau, Republic of Moldova – Madrid, Spain — ADDAX single phase and three phase meters have successfully passed PRIME testing at DNV KEMA’s laboratories and are now certified by PRIME Alliance.

Besides the standard features available at PRIME meters, ADDAX single phase and three phase meters have extended functionality like USB, wireless M-BUS, PLC FSK132 interfaces for Home Area Network. At the same time meters are based on universal communication platform, which allows usage of S-FSK IEC-61334 compliant communication technology.

Such meters are already deployed in the largest PRIME project outside Spain, namely at Energa Operator, Poland. Total project quantity is 310 000.

ADD GRUP is going to showcase these meters at European Utility Week 2013, booth 1.C19 .

To access the information about ADDAX PRIME certified meters follow the link http://www.prime-alliance.org/?page_id=316  .To access DNV KEMA test reports follow the link: http://addgrup.com/products/view/id/10

ADD GRUP is an active member of the PRIME Alliance, participating in relevant working groups. ADD is a supporter of interoperable solutions, successfully implementing DLMS/COSEM protocol for the last 5 years. For more information on ADD GRUP please visit www.addgrup.com  .

DNV KEMA has been accredited by PRIME Alliance to perform the PRIME testing and certification. DNV KEMA’s mission is to be an independent, leading global authority that adds value to the business of its customers by offering risk, performance and quality management in the field of electricity, gas and heat – from production to use.

The PRIME ALLIANCE ( PRIME = PoweRline Intelligent Metering Evolution) is focused on the development of a new open, public and non-proprietary telecom solution which will support not only smart metering functionalities but also the progress towards the Smart Grid. Power line communications is the most suitable and natural technology to provide the needed telecoms performance, even in complex underground electricity grids.

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