3 PHASE PREPAID METER
The Cashpower 3 Phase prepaid meter is a four-
This unit is programmed to stop the flow of electricity once the prepaid credit is exhausted. Recharge vouchers can be purchased at several convenient locations, including Pick n Pay, Checkers, Spar, BP Express Shops, Unipin outlets, FNB, Standard, ABSA and Nedbank Internet Banking.
We can install more than one meter per property and tenants can buy their electricity almost anywhere! This, combined with the convenience to tenants, have made us the preferred prepaid water meters suppliers of landlords and property managers across Gauteng.
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Full Description of 3 Phase Prepaid Meter
The Cashpower Three Phase meter is a four-
As a standard feature, the Three Phase meter offers an IEC 62056-
The Cashpower Three Phase meter is mechanically sealed against tampering through the use of factory sealed plugs and optional sealing wires for the electronic enclosure. In addition the terminal cover can be sealed by standard utility seals.
The Cashpower Three Phase meter is equipped with a tamper sensor that will automatically disconnect the power to the load in the event of tampering.
The meter has been designed to have a surge voltage withstand that significantly exceeds the requirements of both SABS 1524 and IEC 62052-
Remote Customer Interface Unit
The meter has two parts, the prepayment meter and the customer interface unit. The meter is connected to the customer interface unit by a two-
The meter contains all critical metering, token decryption and load control functionality. It operates independently and is immune to any form of tampering on the Customer Interface Unit.
The meter is usually installed outside the home in a secure, locked enclosure which should not be accessible to the tenant. This facilitates easy inspection by the property owner at any time and reduces the opportunity of fraud by tampering.
The customer interface unit is installed inside the consumer’s house in a convenient location. The communications interface can withstand voltage surges of 6kV, however it is recommended that one of the communication lines be earthed at the meter for additional protection.
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