Sensus SmartPoint® GM Residential Transceiver

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The SmartPoint® GM transceiver for residential applications connects gas utilities with their customers, harnessing the power of two-way communication for superior service and operational excellence.

Our transceivers can be installed as walk-by, drive-by or fixed-base communication endpoints. They are easily reconfigured for optimal operational efficiency. They mount directly onto the meter, interfacing with the meter drive assembly and allowing re-use of the existing meter index.

With this transceiver, regular automated readings provide insight into consumption patterns, enabling you to improve customer satisfaction, to market higher-value services and to develop new revenue streams. Now you can use key information to better answer customer questions and provide more accurate readings.

Product Features
  • Walk-by, drive-by or fixed-base deployment
  • Works with ultrasonic, rotary or turbine meters
  • Mounts directly onto the meter
  • Easy migration from walk-by/drive-by solutions to fixed-base solutions
  • Remote updates to SmartPoint transceivers (fixed-base only)
  • Reports alarm status
  • Class 1 Div. 2 Intrinsic Safety rating


  • 2 watts broadcast power
  • Frequency range: 896-960 MHz
  • Channels: 8000, in 6.25 kHz steps
  • Proprietary narrow band modulation
  • Non-volatile memory
  • Operating temperature: -30° F to +150° F
  • Lithium thionyl chloride batteries with hybrid layer capacitor
  • 20-year warranty
  • 5.56” x 5.50” x 3.0”, 1.13 lbs.
  • Seven models, compatible with a wide range of Sensus and non-Sensus meters
  • FCC CFR 47: Part 24D, Part 101C, Part 15 licensed operation
  • Industry Canada (IC) RSS-GEN, RSS-119, RSS-210

For more information about this product, please download the data sheet.

Benefits to you

  • Offers three easy ways to deploy—walk-by, drive-by or fixed-base—for more flexible meter reading options
  • Enhances customer satisfaction and trust
  • Preserves your investment in existing meters, indexes and piping
  • Requires less infrastructure investment, with two watts of broadcast power
  • Reduces operational costs via remote reading and transceiver updates
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