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Solar Powered Ethernet

Metering & Power Quality

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Solar Powered Ethernet

Team:

We have an opportunity to help an established PME customer with a problem.  They will be installing a PM8000 in a remote 12,500 substation that has no low voltage power at all.  Has anyone found a good solar powered with battery back up system that could power remote wireless communication for a meter?

Thanks,

Michael

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