ZTE’s power meter, other latest techno’s boosts efficiency

Posted on 27 May,2017

PowerEM, ZTE brand on smart metering field, which stands for Power Efficiency Master, to improve the power efficiency and reduce loss. The product has launched after an intensive research for years, ZTE said.

Since 2010, ZTE started the research and marketing in smart metering field. Right now, ZTE can provides end to end smart metering solution, including smart meter, data concentrator, data collector, AMI management system, prepayment vending system, Field Installation Management (FIM), Hand Hold Unit HHU (HHU), and other accessories for engineering.

ZTE PowerEM AMI is compliant with international standard and certification, including DLMS/COSEM, STS, KEMA, SICEM, and MultiSpeak.

ZTE can provide comprehensive communication solution according to different application scenario, including cable based, wireless, PLC, mobile network and low power WAN.

Based on the rich experience of project deployment, ZTE also introduced a lot of new technology of communication and networking into smart metering solution. Such as LoRa wireless communication, broadband PLC communication, dual channel (PLC + RF, OFDM PLC + LoRa) communication, and collector networking mode.

ZTE AMI smart metering adopt open and sharing architecture, ZTE PowerEM AMI system can integrate with the system and terminal from other vendor at DCU lever and HES level. For north bound interface, ZTE AMI provide data share interface through ESB (enterprise service bus), to DMS, SCADA and other systems.

ZTE PowerEM smart metering solution has been deployed in 16 countries and more than 20 power supply companies, and the totally more than 1,000,000 shipment of smart meter.

ZTE is a world-leading comprehensive telecommunication and ICT solution provider, the largest telecommunication and ICT equipment listed company, as well as a top ranking ICT solutions provider.

ZTE has committed in G&E industry for more than ten years. In 1997, ZTE set up a Private Network Department taking charge of the industry communication market.

In 2005, ZTE established the Enterprise Network Sales Center taking charge of the enterprise network market so as to greatly expand channel partners and make breakthrough in the key markets such as energy, transportation, government, public utilities (including education, medical care, the State Administration of Radio Film and Television), finance, and internet.

ZTE, with deep understanding of the industry and customer needs, relying on the 18 R & D centers and 107 branches in the world, is committed to ICT solutions focused on six industries (energy, transportation, government, public utilities ( including education, medical care, the State Administration of Radio Film and Television), finance, internet, supply chain) for government and enterprise customers to provide professional and efficient integrated solutions with 30 cross-application scenarios and over 80 industry-oriented sub-programs.