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The Reliable EvoQ4 Battery Mag Water Meter

The Avanti Company carries some of the finest Water and Flow Meter Products on the market, which is why we’re proud to offer the EvoQ4 Battery Mag by Elster, one of the top residential and commercial meters on the market.

Manufactured by one of the leading specialists in meters, the EvoQ4 delivers unparalleled performance and functionality through its state-of-the-art design. This versatile meter meets the demands of four commercial meters: compounds, turbines, single jets/mag meters, and large positive displacement meters.

The EvoQ4 mag meter provides optimal accuracy through a wide range of flows, conditions, and applications. It’s suitable for meter sizes starting from 1.5″ through 12″. It has a 0.5 second sampling rate, is IP68-rated fully submersible, is compatible with the leading AMR/AMI devices in the industry.

Designed to be long-lasting and low-maintenance, the meter’s light weight and solid-state design makes it durable and versatile. Thanks to its clever lack of moving parts, this meter has great longevity. In fact, its average battery life is around ten years, all but guaranteeing long and steady performance.

The EvoQ4 is compatible with management billing systems, making it an ideal revenue meter, a powerful distribution management tool for utilities, and a vital fire service meter. This cutting-edge meter offers a tremendous amount of reliability, versatility, and cost-effectiveness for a variety of operations.

Like all products sold by the Avanti Company, the Elster EvoQ4 Battery Mag comes with unsurpassed customer service and technical support, including testing, calibration, repair, and any other solutions we can offer.

To learn more about this and other meters, call 800-284-5231 or email info@avanticompany.com.

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