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Old 10-29-2018, 11:59 AM #51
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Sigh.. once more.. data CAN BE TRASMITTED through power network. No need for any "2 way power wires". Just electronics at power company end and at the meter in consumer end.
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If you had any kind of an education you would realise a 2 way power wire is like superman. It doesn’t exist.

now.. I an saying THERE IS NO NEED FOR 2 WAY WIRE. quoting your use of the term 2 way power wire.


Now.. why are you telling me it is impossible when I just told you there is no need for such a thing. This is annoying ..



This is partly why I get the feeling you are trolling .. peace if you are sincere in your comments..
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Old 10-29-2018, 06:02 PM #52
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here is a google translation from electricity company's website regarding potential health dangers of remotely read meters.


"Communication on the power grid

The vast majority of Landis + Gyr's remote-readable electricity meters use a wired PLC (Power Line Carrier) transmission. The measured values are transferred from the consumer meter to the transformer in the transformer via the power line in the frequency range permitted by the EU standard. The data transmission is used for the EU DLMS traffic. The EN-SFS standard 50065-1 has defined accurately used signal power and other signal permissible values.

Discussion on health hazards does not apply to PLC technology."
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