Lemonbeat uses Semtech’s LoRa technology utility metering

December 20, 2018 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Lemonbeat uses Semtech’s LoRa technology utility metering
According to Semtech Corporatio, Lemonbeat, an IoT provider, has integrated Semtech’s LoRa® devices and RF technology into its smart metering systems for easier reading and collection of utility usage.

Lemonbeat’s LoRa-connected smart meters work by utilizing embedded LoRa-based IoT technology to connect the meter to their own purpose-built receiver units. Using this connectivity, meters send data through multiple floors in bigger buildings or all way in to the street, where network operators conveniently collect the data without having to enter the building. Using the meters’ other radio frequency, Lemonbeat Radio, meters provide customers accurate data on their energy consumption. With a third-party application, individuals can view and analyze this data, and change their habits accordingly.

“Lemonbeat’s solutions offer a compelling mix of accurate and efficient energy monitoring, with an ease in reading for the utility provider,” said Vivek Mohan, Director of IoT in Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group. “These meters are reflective of an industry trend toward ‘lean metering,’ in which cost-effective receiver units provide highly detailed data to consumers and providers alike.”

“During the development of our lean metering solution, we quickly realized that an innovative combination of our own high-bandwidth radio protocol with LoRa Technology’s long range capabilities would be very useful and offer a clear added value," said Oliver van der Mond, CEO of Lemonbeat GmbH.


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