Flow Meters & Metering Systems

Itron’s MC3 Automated Meter Reader

Itron’s MC3 is the company’s next generation of drive-by data collecting. It combines GPS mapping with meter reading, two-way wireless radio communications, and backward compatibility in terms of performance and mobility. Regardless of the kind or size of a utility’s service, the MC3 improves operational efficiencies by streamlining business processes and lowering costs related with meter reading operations and service delivery. Additionally, it improves customer service and employee safety.


The MC3 can handle basic consumption, gather interval data, and communicate with gas, water, and electricity meters, sensors, and other devices. This includes service control valves and switches. MC3 is small enough to readily switch between drivers as needed, eliminating the requirement for a dedicated vehicle.


Features included:


  • Collect gas, water and electricity interval data.

  • Read both “bubble-up” and “wake-up” endpoints.

  • Two-way radio communications for remote service dis/connect.

  • Simultaneous reading capability for multiple routes

  • GPS mapping for reduced drive times

  • Out-of-route read collection to reduce special read visits

  • Exceptional meter reading performance in a small size

  • Wired or wireless data transfer using any Internet connection


In over 100 countries, Itron assists utilities and municipalities in delivering essential infrastructure solutions that are safe, secure, and dependable. This allows them to better manage the resources of their clients, helping millions of people better their quality of life, safety, and overall well-being.


For more information on Itron’s M3, visit here.


To learn more about the Avanti Company and the services and products we provide, including utility systems and flow meters, please visit us online or call us at 800.284.5231.

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