As the next generation of smart meters, flowIQ® 2200 raises the bar for what you can expect from a residential water meter. You get uncompromising accuracy, state-of-the-art built-in acoustic leakage detection, full support for remote reading and a host of other intelligent features in one superior meter protected from water ingress with up to 20 years battery lifetime.
flowIQ® 2200 is a residential water meter based on proven ultrasonic technology. It maintains the same high accuracy throughout its lifetime and measures even the smallest consumption due to its very low error margin, industry-leading accuracy and optimised low start flow.
With its built-in acoustic leakage detection, flowIQ® 2200 works for you to detect possible leakages in the service connections and distribution mains. The meter monitors noise patterns giving you a better picture of the condition of your network and enabling you to identify high-risk installations.
Founded on our more than 30 years of experience, the flowIQ® 2200 provides modern water utilities with the data needed to bill consumers fairly, optimise operations and lower their water loss. You get a solid foundation for prioritising both your daily efforts and long-term investments through advanced data analytics focused on non-revenue Water and leak detection.
Now, you can let every smart water meter work for you to help locate leaks and create an unprecedented transparency in your distribution network. Acting like a fine-meshed network of noise loggers, the flowIQ® 2200 water meters listen to the distribution lines and service connections to detect leakages.
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In one residential area from the 70´s with high leakage levels, VandCenter Syd suspected leaks in the service connections, but lacked the tools to tackle the problems effectively. After installing Kamstrup’s new flowIQ® 2200 water meters with integrated acoustic leak detection and using the Leak Detector analytics app, they quickly were able to pinpoint high-risk areas and identified six leaks that otherwise would have never been found.
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